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This West Wing should learn from ‘The West Wing’

Joe Biden, the waters around you are rising fast. You have a choice: Withdraw or drown.

Mayfest in Place to support affordable housing

Construct encourages posting a video on Facebook to show others that attending a fundraiser remotely can be fun while at the same time providing help to our most vulnerable neighbors.

Construct, Lenox and GB offer emergency rental assistance during COVID-19 pandemic

Both housing trusts are allocating funds received from the local Community Preservation Act surcharge and granted to the trust in previous annual town meetings.

Chef’s Italian roots influence his cooking at Stagecoach Tavern

After the challenge of winter, Soldini craves the smell of spring and working outside, both of which give him so much energy as a chef. Soldini is always eager to teach others about the vast and varied cuisine of his native country.

Classic contrast in race for Sheffield Board of Selectmen

Both James Collingwood and Martin Mitsoff live not far from the Connecticut border, but most of the similarities between the two men end there.

Bits & Bytes: Troika al la Russe’ at the Mahaiwe; ‘Resisting Repression’ at Mason Library; Race Mountain Spring Banquet; rabies, microchip clinic

The talk is the first sponsored by the W. E. B. Du Bois Legacy Committee as well as the first in a series of lectures by UMass visiting scholars, co-sponsored by the town of Great Barrington and UMass.

Decadence All Day! Part 3

Lunch, cocktails and dinner on our day of chocolate extravaganza! Enjoy!

Restaurant workers endure exploitation during winter season

In his letter Peter Tiso writes: "Service workers often earn barely enough to keep a car moving legally at all, let alone enough for the extras that make winter driving safer in our climate."

Music Inn reunion will celebrate Berkshires’ musical history

Music Inn in Lenox that loomed large during a period where musicians ruled the roost and legendary concert experiences like Woodstock drew epic crowds to relatively unheard-of locales.

Bits & Bytes: Music Inn reunion; Building 13 open house; Medicare seminar; waste oil & paint collection

Acceptable materials are oil-based paint, oil-based stains, paint thinners, spray paint and turpentine as well as waste motor oil.

The four-cocktail dinner: Emerging culinary trend makes local debut

It was the task of chef Laurel Barkan and bartender Rafael Russi to invent creative ways to pair Berkshire Mountain Distillers’ spirits—in this case, vodka, gin, bourbon and rum—with food and drink that complimented one another.

Business Briefs: CIP gains senior advisor; NEPR moves to BCC; new head chef for Stagecoach Tavern; banking class in Spanish; Shred Day at Salisbury...

Berkshire Community College has announced that New England Public Radio’s Berkshire bureau has moved its office to BCC’s main campus.

Bits & Bytes: DCSC April line-up; Robin’s Candy casting call; Giulia Rozzi at the Garage; Jonathan Cannon at Williams; Mayor Tyer on Pittsfield; WAM...

“My vision for Pittsfield reflects a place where small businesses thrive, strategic collaborations are nurtured, and the creative economy flourishes." -- Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer

Bits & Bytes: Swing dancing at Shire City Sanctuary; W.E.B. Du Bois talk at Race Brook Lodge; Sheffield Land Trust bird walks & panel...

The Lucky 5 blends swing and gypsy jazz to create a unique, foot-stomping blend of music that appeals to a wide range of music lovers.

Bits & Bytes: BFWW announces March schedule; February at the Mahaiwe; ‘Heart Song’ at Ventfort Hall; Williams planetarium schedule; DCSC in February

Astronomy students at Williams College will host free shows for the public at the Old Hopkins Observatory’s Milham Planetarium Friday evenings at 8 p.m beginning February 5.

At the Stagecoach, elegance and Bohemia join hands ‘down county’  

Bohemia of the Berkshires: The Down County Social Club at the Stagecoach Tavern is a sort gypsy-rustic-styled hybrid of speakeasy, salon, and cabaret that holds a variety of performance art, poetry readings and film screenings.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Four Freedoms’ anniversary; Kwanzaa celebration; DCSC January events

In 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt articulated his vision for a postwar world founded on four basic human freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
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