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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Refill GB—a mission-based shop with a welcoming vibe (and zero plastic!)

Founded three years ago by Berkshire native Jamie McCormack, this charming Great Barrington retail space helps you make better choices for your health and the planet.

Family of 4 Food Project: Sharing exponential good in Sheffield

“The idea was to give the community some way to care, which they were aching to do; to give a local establishment some extra business; and to feed families.” - Rev. Erik Karas

Local takeout: Supporting the big picture

“We’re accustomed and willing to be creative with what’s available,” said Cantina 229 chef/owner Josh Irwin, who hopes current times will create new ways of life for many.

Dry January offers plenty of opportunities for socializing, good food

If you count yourself among the 1 in 5 Americans estimated to be taking part in Dry January, don’t despair; the local food scene might just be enough to satiate your need for heading out for a night on the town sans alcohol.

Bits & Bytes: Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas; ‘A Baroque Celebration’ at Saint James Place; culinary arts dinner; ‘Ay Mariposa’ at Mason Library; ‘The...

Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas to capture small-town holiday spirit Stockbridge -- The Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas celebration, which captures small-town Christmas spirit in...

Celebrating the bounty at Berkshire Grown’s 21st annual Harvest Supper

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.

Business Briefs: ‘The Barrington Stage Experience’; cannabis certification; RSYP apprenticeships; Salisbury Bank donates to CDC; Place Corps at Hawthorne Valley

Berkshire Community College is launching a one-year cannabis certificate program designed to provide students with skills and knowledge to work professionally in the areas of cannabis cultivation, processing, preparation, retail and outreach.

Bits & Bytes: Hidden Gardens tour; Northeast Fiddlers’ Convention; Hopped Up for Health; ‘Art for a Fragile Planet’

Adhering to the concept of 'participation is preservation,' the Northeast Fiddlers’ Convention will feature the Down Hill Strugglers with John Cohen as the host musicians

Egremont ZBA proposes unnecessary exterior lighting changes for Egremont Village Inn

The current lighting has received no complaints from bordering neighbors

Great Barrington Farmers’ Market begins its 28th season

The Great Barrington Farmers' Market is a producers-only market in the heart of historic Great Barrington and is lucky enough to be the host of 36 weekly vendors representing a wide array of the Berkshire dynamic food landscape.

Winner of the Edge fine dining drawing announced

For a month from mid-January to mid-February, Edge readers could dine at one of 15 participating restaurants, ask their servers for an entry form and send the completed form to the Edge.

Business Briefs: Fairview welcomes Dr. Nykiel; ‘5 Reasons to Visit Great Barrington’; Lenox 250th committee distributes excess funds; Flying Deer offers programs at new...

Since several initiatives raised more funds than were necessary to accomplish its goals, the Lenox 250th Anniversary Committee decided to donate the excess to organizations that will directly assist Lenox residents.

Just 12 days left to win a weekend for two at The Red Lion Inn

The Red Lion Inn and 15 Berkshires restaurants join The Edge in a winter dining promotion.

Bits & Bytes: ‘The Nutcracker’ at the Colonial; RSYP culinary arts dinner; Ellen Lagemann at Roe Jan Library; disaster relief breakfast fundraiser; holiday art...

Chris Bonniver, executive chef of the Hermitage Inn in West Dover, Vermont, will be the special guest chef at its annual culinary arts celebration dinner, to be held Monday, Dec. 4.

Bits & Bytes: ‘The Nutcracker’ at the Colonial; Clinton AME Zion Church fundraising update; Stone Walls II release party; RSYP culinary dinner; interfaith holiday...

The Winter 2017 issue of Stone Walls II features work about the late poet, journalist and feminist Michelle Gillett written by Patty Crane and others, as well as two poems by Gillett.

Bits & Bytes: ‘BEDFELLOWS’ at LABspace; Will Allen at Williams; Linda Purl at the Egremont Barn; Otis Arts Festival; Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market season...

A former professional basketball player, Will Allen is now a practitioner of urban agriculture whose methods of composting, vermicomposting, and aquaponics result in remarkable yields of food in small growing areas.

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