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THE LAZY BERKSHIRE GARDENER: Week of May 29, 2024

Sometimes the lazy gardener must choose what can be done in the time available.

You can go home again

When I walk out side and look up to the sky I realize: If you want to change your life, just try to find a way to do it. Life is short and the stars are bright, you just have to be looking up from the right spot.

Christopher Niebuhr, 83, formerly of Stockbridge

He served honorably with the U.S. Army from 1956 until 1962, and thereafter worked in various positions as a city planner for the state of New York.

Business Briefs: Barnbrook Realty joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices; National Women Build Week; Massachusetts Whale Trail; grant for Berkshire Children & Families; Salisbury Bank scholarships

Telling the story of the Commonwealth through its connection to whales, the Massachusetts Whale Trail features nearly 40 stops along the coast as well as a literary tangent connecting sites in western Massachusetts.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Martin Luther King in This Time’; 37 Interlaken open house; Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service; Dugway at Lenox...

The Urban Choral Arts Society is a combined choir of youth and adults dedicated to improving the achievement and esteem of Baltimore-area youth through music and cultural arts.

Regional housing symposium for rural communities

The symposium will gather business leaders, policymakers, town planners and other community partners to examine how affordable housing can serve as a boon to economic development.

Interview: Tommy Stinson of Guns N’ Roses at Club Helsinki Jan. 3

"The record industry stopped being the tastemakers for what is cool and what is not cool. People are making records in their living rooms now, selling them online, and getting rid of the middle guy, and the record industry was the middle guy for so long. ." -- Tommy Stinson
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