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State Rep. Pignatelli appointed as Lenox’s interim town manager, effective July 1

Select Board members applauded filling the opening with a local resident already knowledgeable with town workings.

Bits & Bytes: Hillsdale ArtsWalk; Living Room Theatre; Becket Arts Center exhibit; Behold! New Lebanon tours

The Hillsdale ArtsWalk will encompass a variety of art media spanning painting, ceramics and pottery, woodcraft, photography, custom jewelry, found object art, mixed media, fabric art, and metalwork.

Bits & Bytes: Don Wynn exhibition; ‘Happiest Baby’ class; ‘connoisseurship’ panel discussion; dance intensive at Berkshire Pulse

Led by CHP breastfeeding peer counselor and certified Happy Baby educator MaryBeth Merritt, the 'Happiest Baby' program focuses on simple, effective ways of soothing babies such as activating the calming reflex, swaddling, and soothing sounds and motions.

Bits & Bytes: Arcadia Viols at Simon’s Rock; painting exhibition call for artists; ‘Real Talk on Race;’ ‘Baseball’ book release; Lenox church partnership; GB...

The course, "Real Talk on Race," is interactive, and will require participants to confront racism explicitly on individual and systemic levels.

Bits & Bytes: BCC dog show; Playhouse seeks directors; watercolors at Camphill Ghent; ‘RE” at Ferrin Contemporary; Crossroads gallery hop

The Ghent Playhouse is seeking proposals from directors interested in directing a musical as part of its 2016-2017 theater season.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Cuba in Changing Times;’ Don Wynn at Neumann Fine Art; innovation prize for Behold! New Lebanon; pianist Benjamin Hochman concert

On Sunday, November 15 the Schumacher Center for a New Economics will present Cuban author Rafael Hernández for a talk entitled “Cuba in Changing Time.”

Bits & Bytes: The Great Parade; The Eight in Hillsdale; Birds of prey at Kenver; Student art at Flying Cloud; Berkshire Children & Families...

To be in the Rogue Angel Theatre parade in Great Barrington, meet at 10 a.m. at the bandstand behind Town Hall on Saturday, July 18. Bring flamboyant and wild costumes and props, and instruments.

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