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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on New Marlborough Meeting House—”preserving history, celebrating cultural creativity”

Almost two hundred years later, the Meeting House is still celebrated as a sacred space vibrant with programming to serve the local and surrounding communities.

Three Shakespeare comedies highlight Shakespeare & Company’s 2019 season

“The strings of the heart” is artistic director Allyn Burrows’ concept theme for the summer and he has chosen a quartet of very contemporary plays to flesh out the idea.

Bits & Bytes: 37 Interlaken open house; Beatles music concert; ‘King David in Words and Music;’ ‘The Droll’ staged reading; patient safety talk

Organized by Boston University music professor Dr. Jeremy Yudkin, the Beatles music concert will feature musicians from the Berkshires and beyond recreating all the songs on the album 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.'

Bits & Bytes: ‘Screenagers’ at MMRHS; ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ at Shake & Co.; Contemporary painting exhibit; Angel Tree program seeks donations; ‘Censored Voices’

“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.

Matthew Savery: The accidental conductor at Carnegie Hall

"It’s easy to think that if you don’t come from a big metropolitan area, you don’t have a shot. But I’ve conducted all over the world. You have to believe that it’s possible. Nothing comes easy. The true joy in life is to be at your best because you’ve worked hard to develop your craft. Then when you nail it, nothing is better than that.” -- Conductor Matthew Savery, who grew up in Lee, Massachusetts

Preview: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ returns to Shake & Co.

We may be witnessing the early days of a new theatre tradition in the Berkshires. “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” seems perfect for us to celebrate the Holidays — now, and for years to come.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.