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CAPITAL IDEAS: Is it too late to buy Nvidia

As a contrarian, I view rampant interest (euphoria?) from investment civilians as more of a negative than a positive for the stock. But momentum is powerful, and the company’s earnings growth has been stellar.

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.

PREVIEW: Pooja Prema’s solo performance ‘A Lot to Ask’ explores personal politics

“This is community-based activism addressing local and global issues in a way that’s not just talking." -- Pooja Prema

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.

Bits & Bytes: Rogue Angel Theatre’s ‘The Lift’; JoAnne Spies at Bascom Lodge; Appalachian Trail potluck; BPL staged reading series

Berkshire Playwrights Lab will present its first play in the free Staged Reading Series on Wednesday, June 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.

‘The Lift,’ Rogue Angel’s multi-dimensional production

Rogue Angel Theatre is local, live and outrageous. Its next production is "The Lift," a multimedia event that takes place in an elevator in a Pittsfield warehouse.

Promenade to celebrate the season

The audience moves from location to location through the majestic property of Gedney Farm.

Living Room Theatre to pop up in Rotary Way: Taboo is the topic

We’re collecting performances about those things we don’t want to talk about, varying from the serious to the funny, like sex, death and politics." -- Pooja Ru Prema

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.