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CONNECTIONS: In America, truth has never gotten in the way of politics

Fomenting fear to drive policy is a political technique older than our country. It has never lost favor with the power hungry and never varied.

Through immersive experiences, Moving Arts Exchange encourages participants to be themselves

I liken the performance to that of any creative expression: Once the word is on paper, the brushstrokes on canvas, and the dancers on stage, the creator is no longer in control of how audience members interpret their form, which should feel simultaneously liberating and empowering for the audience.

Berkshire-Bounty: Local nonprofits join forces to combat hunger

The new organization soon expects to be collecting and distributing fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and baked goods to those in need at the rate of 100,000 pounds per year.

Business Briefs: Berkshire Nonprofit Awards; Mickey to manage Red Lion Inn; CHP welcomes new physician; new phase for Roots Rising; Williams gains directors of...

Robert Mickey has joined Main Street Hospitality Group as senior director of regional operations and general manager of the Red Lion Inn.

Business Briefs: Berkshire Nonprofit Awards announce finalists; free museum admission for foster families; internet security seminar; grants for American Mural Project; Eagle Fund awards...

Created in 1998 to provide educational opportunities for Southern Berkshire Regional School District students, the Eagle Fund received more than 20 applications and awarded grants to students, teachers and community members.

Backyard Bounty: Alleviating hunger in the Berkshires

Berkshire Bounty’s creation is an example of ingenuity and compassion, two characteristics that help define the culture of the Berkshires.

Culinary Adventures: It must be spring. Farmers’ Market opens

The Great Barrington Farmers Market took over the train station on Saturday mornings for years, but moved to the fairgrounds last year. This year they have an arrangement with Great Barrington’s fairy godmother, Jane Iredale, who is generously leasing them space on her company’s conveniently located property, with a lot of room for parking.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.