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When it comes to woody plants, I feel more strongly about protecting them from insects and managing diseases than I do about perennials and annuals.

PREVIEW: Berkshire International Film Festival 2018 — 80 films from 27 countries in 4 days

I am still interested in the documentaries from war-torn areas of our globe and dramas of family strife, but there also needs to be some relief — some comic relief — and I think this festival successfully provides both.

Bits & Bytes: BIFF 2016; Miss B. Haven at the Colonial; Family Fun Day & Health Fair; ‘Who Was Annie Haggerty?’; Artful Hike at...

Roberta Hareld's talk at Ventfort Hall is presented in conjunction with an exhibit that portrays the lives of Civil War hero Col. Robert Gould Shaw and his bride, Annie Haggerty, whose family owned Ventfort, the home at which the two spent their brief honeymoon.

REVIEW: Crewdson’s ‘Cathedral of the Pines’ opens at Gagosian Gallery

The 31 digital print images were taken in and around the rural town of Becket, Massachusetts, and the subjects include several Berkshire residents.

The new ‘dystopian’ Great Barrington downtown streetscape

In his letter to the editor, Chris Blair of Monterey writes: The new treeless Main Street in Great Barrington, with its pole-punctuated, sodium-pink illumination, is like some Gregory Crewdson image of a dystopian moment.

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