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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.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Celebrating Freedom: Democracy in Action’; Stefan Jackiw, Conrad Tao at Simon’s Rock; memoir lecture; wildlife tracking workshop

The program will include works by Stravinsky, Lutoslawski, Saariaho and Brahms, and will be preceded by a pre-concert conversation with Stefan Jackiw and Conrad Tao.

Bits & Bytes: Jackie Wang at Simon’s Rock; ‘Reviving Our Hearts for Justice’; oral history workshops; opioid panel at Williams

'Reviving Our Hearts for Justice: An Interfaith Call to Action' seeks to revive people’s spirits for the work of social justice in the Berkshires and beyond.

Business Briefs: Habitat for Humanity to dedicate new home; award for Carr Hardware; Entry to Entrepreneurship applications open; new director for Berkshire Rainbow Seniors;...

BerkShares Inc.'s Entry to Entrepreneurship program offers a forum in which young people can learn the fundamental tools and considerations of business.

Bits & Bytes: Independence Day at Shakespeare & Company; Mickalene Thomas book signing; fairy house workshop; firefly talk; new Rainbow Seniors groups; mindful eating...

Rainbow Seniors of Berkshire County will launch two new monthly meetings of its program serving the social and cultural needs of the county's LGBTQ senior citizens.

Bits & Bytes: Boston Early Music Festival; ‘Out in the Berkshires’ panel discussion; ‘Children of a Lesser God;’ ‘Citizen Jane’ screening; Open Days garden...

In 1960, Jane Jacobs’ book “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” sent shockwaves through the architecture and planning worlds

Bits & Bytes: Lee Greener Gateway Cleanup; youth poetry festival finale; Bill and the Belles at Dewey Hall; ‘Straight Answers to Gay Questions;’ Emma...

The Outspoken poetry festival includes workshops, peer-led open mics and competitive poetry slams for youth ages 15–24, and the finale is a celebration that includes performances by the top finishers of the poetry slams and a feature set by poet Mariah Barber.

Bits & Bytes: 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festival; ‘The Intimate Bach;’ ‘Spamalot’ at Berkshire School; ‘Lovers’ Spat’ at Shakespeare & Co.; Talk & Listen group

“Lovers' Spat: Shakespeare's Famous Couples’ Encounters” will include scenes between Shakespearean characters Beatrice and Benedict, Oberon and Titania, Romeo and Juliet, Hermia and Lysander, Kate and Hotspur, Kate and Petruchio, Richard and Lady Anne and more.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; MOMIX at the Mahaiwe; Solarize Mass program grants; ‘Swords Through the Ages;’ Berkshire Rainbow Seniors meeting; clown workshop...

Since its launch in 2011, 51 cities and towns have participated in Solarize Mass, which has led to the contracting of more than 2,600 new small-scale installations at homes and businesses and resulted in 18 megawatts of contracted solar capacity.

Bits & Bytes: New CHP pediatrician; Rainbow Seniors Pittsfield meetings; Susan Morse on cougars; Armchair Travel Series; ‘Lee Loves a Parade’

"The Cougar returns to the East" features information about the big cats attempting to recolonize their former habitats, which include a growing list of eastern states and Canadian provinces.

Bits & Bytes: Rainbow Seniors discussion, potluck; Volovik on Chabad community; United Way employee resource coordinator

Berkshire United Way’s Workplace Resource Coordinator will be located at participating local employers to connect employees with necessary resources.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Warm up the Winter;’ ‘Ghost Hunters’ at The Mount; TEDxBerkshires; Berkshire Rainbow Seniors potluck; Susan Dworkin on memoir

All proceeds from the Warm Up the Winter concert November 19 at the Mahaiwe will go to the heating assistance programs of Construct, Inc., to support Berkshire County residents in need.

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