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Sophisticated contemporary Berkshires compound

Selina Lamb of BIRCH Properties offers the pinnacle of Berkshires living with privacy, tranquility and modern comfort in an ideal location.

Bits & Bytes: Lenox Tub Parade; Imani Winds at Saint James Place; ‘Where the Wild Things Are;’ ‘Asian-Americans: No More Perpetual Foreigners;’ gravestone art

Panelists Helen Haerhan Moon, Deepika Shukla, Setsuko Winchester and K. Scott Wong will address what it means to be Asian-American in the U.S.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Hot Summer Swing Bash; Blue Rider Stables’ Fun Day; ‘Soil and Shul in the Berkshires;’ historical society exhibit opening

The first Jewish families who came from New York City in the early 20th century were part of a plan by the Jewish Agricultural and Industrial Aid Society to settle an agricultural colony in the Berkshires.

Dewey Hall celebrates its 130th year as Sheffield’s cultural center

“I love that Dewey Hall provides an experience of history, a tangible sense of continuum… We're invited to create personal memories, to mark our family milestones and engage our friends and neighbors in a space that holds 130 years of collective history.” -- Erika Ludwig, Dewey Hall board member

Bits & Bytes: ‘Travels With a Masked Man;’ the Beatles, classical music talk; ‘The Oceans in a Changing Climate;’ spoken word poetry workshop; 130...

Poets of all experience levels are welcome for an exploration of the Nick Cave installation “Until” at Mass MoCA, followed by a workshop with Carl Hancock Rux.

Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Chapin, 87, of Sheffield

Elizabeth “Betty” M. Chapin, 87, of Bridgeview Lane in Sheffield peacefully passed away Nov. 13, 2016, at her home. Born Jean Elizabeth Melvin on Dec....

Marion Barnum, 94, of Sheffield

Marion was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Sheffield Historical Society, and was co-owner of Mt. Everett Lumber in Sheffield.

Richard III: Debunking the myth with the bones

Richard III has been portrayed as an evil hunchback who murdered his nephews and took the throne by duplicity and murder. Until now.

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