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THE OTHER SIDE: The king is not dead — not really

Well, in one fell swoop, the new conservative majority—it might be more accurate to call them the new MAGA majority—betrayed originalism and textualism.

Bits & Bytes: Poet J.K. Lawson reading in New York; Fiber art talk at the Jewish Federation; Terry A La Berry at the Lenox...

Terry A La Berry is a fixture at the Lenox Library's summer reading program, where children can sign up to read books or be read to for prizes and to keep their reading skills up to par through the summer. This summer’s theme is “Every Hero Has a Story.”

Bits & Bytes: River Walk cleanup; Kenyan children exhibit at St. Francis Gallery; Primamore trio at Eastover; The Torah in verse

"Their creative journey turning discarded tin into works of art demonstrated that exploring the artistic possibilities and learning how to joyfully and creatively move outside boundaries is as essential to life as food shelter and health care. " -- Phil Pryjma, owner of the St. Francis Gallery in South Lee, Mass., referring to the art work of Kenyan children

Bits & Bytes: Birding at Olana; Homespun Theatre at Lauren Clark Gallery; Holocaust Remembrance Day; Ventfort Hall – Treasures of Bellefontaine

As a member of a generation filmmaker Sara Greenberg terms “the last living link to the survivors,” she feels strongly about her responsibility to relate her grandparents’ Holocaust experiences to the world and to future generations. Her film, "B-2247: A Granddaughter’s Understanding," will be shown Sunday, April 12, at the Lenox Town Hall Auditorium.

Incident prompts schools, Jewish Federation, to act against bigotry

Great Barrington — Wafting rumors of anti-Semitic incidents at Monument Valley Regional Middle School, a swastika spray-painted near the entrance of a house on...

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