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President Biden to drop out of presidential race – updated with statements from Governor Healey, Congressman Neal

President Biden had been previously under pressure by members of the Democratic party to drop out.

Local food businesses rely on community, creativity to weather the unpredictable Berkshire off-season

So the next time your family (or belly) asks what’s for dinner, fear not: Creative, local options abound, which means you can think outside the kitchen—and the box—and make it through March well-fed and ready to tackle the long-awaited spring.

REVIEW: Janet Reich Elsbach’s ‘Extra Helping’ incredibly thoughtful with practical advice

In a world where many find it increasingly hard to connect, Elsbach sees food as a great connector, one capable of spanning even the greatest divides.

Summer’s roar: Red Lion Inn upping its game for high season

The newest trend in hospitality is the offering of “guest experiences.” Guests don’t just look for places to stay, they look for things to do that interest them. The list of experiences is so extensive and variable that the Red Lion now has a manager of guest experiences. Name your experience and he’ll work to make it happen.

A reformer, Andrea Harrington, running for district attorney; questions raised about Capeless’ tactics

As Harrington sees it, trying cases against defendants is not the only relevant experience that qualifies one to be a prosecutor. Her extensive experience as a defense attorney, for example, has given her a clear-eyed and detached view of the criminal justice system.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Love Triangles’ at the Mahaiwe; Jacob’s Pillow Fellowship; Berkshire Grown Spring Supper; Morgan Jerkins at Bennington College

Berkshire Grown's Spring Supper features the talents of chefs from around the world who have made their homes in the Berkshire region.

Bits & Bytes: Youth Art Month at Berkshire Museum; peace walkers in Great Barrington; Jeff Goodell on rising sea levels; WAM Theatre auditions

The six peace walkers, including Japanese Buddhist nun Jun-san Yasuda, are walking to Indian Point Energy Center nuclear power plant in Buchanan, New York, to raise awareness about nuclear weapons and waste.

Bits & Bytes: 30under30 art exhibit; ‘Poets Creating Conversation’; PCTV channels to change; BBG Bulb Show

By sharing personal stories, observations, and moments of inspiration and hope, the aim of 'Poets Creating Conversation' is to spark conversation and discussion around current issues affecting the country.

Bits & Bytes: W.E.B. Du Bois lecture; sock hop benefit; Del Soul Quartet at No. Six Depot; student art call; digital photography class

The Berkshire Art Association fellowship is open to Berkshire County residents enrolled as art majors at any college in the country as well as to nonresidents majoring in art at a Berkshire County college.

Work by New York artists Ashley Garrett, Brian Wood at No. Six Depot

Brian Wood and Ashley Garrett, while not unfamiliar with pastoral living, found No. Six Depot as a result of its proximity to their “upstate” studio in Canaan, N.Y.

Turn Park Art Space, an inspired — and inspiring — landscape of sculpture

The juxtaposition of man-made and natural elements continues throughout the 14-acre Turn Park, perhaps most notable in the balance of pristine marble slabs and encroaching patches of lush clover in the amphitheater.

EATING ON THE EDGE: Provisions at the White Hart Inn provides perfect picnic fare … and then some

You may enjoy eating in the café, or get your goodies to go. I usually do both. Something to sit down and enjoy, and something to take home for dinner and a sweet snack later.

ON DANCE: An interview with Pamela Tatge, artistic director of Jacob’s Pillow

“We are initiating a program of commissioning works that draw attention to the environmental splendor of our Berkshire home, thereby illuminating our responsibility to steward this great landscape on behalf of future generations.” -- Jacob’s Pillow Director Pamela Tatge

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: First Fridays Artswalk; Old Mill Trail work party; ‘Really’ staged reading; waste oil & paint collection; local poet at Mass. Poetry...

Volunteers are needed to help clean the trail of winter debris, rake leaves, pick up trash, replace lost markers and hand-pull invasive plants such as garlic mustard, celandine and winged euonymous.

30 under 30 ‘Dear Bones’ dazzles at Six Depot

The youth-centered artistic series was the brainchild of Great Barrington native Mika Mintz, a dance teacher at Berkshire Pulse and hopeful medical school applicant.

ON THEATRE: WAM’s special eighth season

WAM is the only independent company to have collaborated with Barrington Stage Company, Shakespeare and Company, Berkshire Theatre Group and Williamstown Theatre Festival.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.