Regardless of what chef Josh Irwin makes for the Harvest Supper, it will utilize in-season produce grown on the premises of his restaurant or gleaned from a cache of about five local farmers he tries to support as much as possible.
Kim Widener knew that starting a GrubHub-style service in places like Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and Litchfield County, Connecticut, would be daunting. The area simply lacks the critical mass of empty stomachs needed to make an urban and suburban business model viable.
Dobson’s civil case alleges that Fred Weller, the intoxicated driver who killed his daughter, would have been in jail if not for the interference of a small-town police department in nearby Monroe that was using Weller, now 40, as a drug informant.
Great Barrington lawyer Ira Kaplan, one of the Dobson’s attorneys, confirmed that a notice of appeal has been filed with the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Through her talk, Lynda Meyer will examine how the circumstances of art, technology, a world war and woman’s suffrage forced the world to be reconfigured, creating new roles and aspirations as well as new looks in fashion.
As the chair of entomology and wildlife ecology at the University of Delaware, Douglas Tallamy studies how invasive species can disrupt local ecosystems and lead to the disappearance of both large and small animals.
The benefit concert for the Clinton A.M.E. Zion Church will feature 12 short performances by student vocalists and musicians including members of Simon’s Rock’s chorus and jazz concert and a performer from the annual gospel concert.
“Lenox at 250 Years: Panel I, 1787–1880″ will include Charles Flint and Lucy Kennedy, who will discuss the town’s early history; Dr. Carole Owens, who will focus on the years 1750–1800); and Bernard Drew, who will discuss Lenox in the mid-19th century).
“Screenagers” is a film by doctor, filmmaker and mother Delaney Ruston, who turned the camera on her own family and others, revealing stories that depict messy struggles over social media, video games, academics and Internet addiction.
Over the past four months, firefighters Morell, Dezieck, and Powell attended class in Lee two nights per week, learning about fire behavior, building construction, hazardous materials, and safely sizing up incidents.
Williams College Museum of Art commissioned the project with Ghana ThinkTank as part of the 2016–17 campus-wide academic program called “Confronting Climate Change,” a series of events, talks, and initiatives aimed at raising issues around climate change.
On August 31, 2017, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the continental United States from coast to coast for the first time in 99 years. The partially eclipsed sun will be visible from all of the United States, Canada, and Mexico, with 72 percent coverage in the Berkshires.
Anna-Marie Holmes is a recipient of the prestigious Dance Magazine Award and an Emmy Award for her staging of “Le Corsaire” for the American Ballet Theatre on PBS’ “Great Performances.” She served as ballet program director for 16 seasons at Jacob’s Pillow.