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Shooting in Pittsfield leaves two injured

Second shooting in Pittsfield in a week.

Bits & Bytes: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes; ‘Being Black in the Berkshires;’ Joachim Frank at Lenox Library; ‘Having Difficult Conversations’ workshop; Amanda...

A discussion of African-Americans’ Berkshires history and culture as well as the stories and voices not being told or heard, 'Being Black in the Berkshires' will remember the past, assess the present and plan for the future.

Bits & Bytes: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes; ‘Hawthorne & Melville;’ Jordan Carlos at the Garage; Stockbridge Land Trust meeting; Walden Chamber Players...

“Hawthorne & Melville” follows the friendship between the two American authors from August 1850 through November 1851 when both men were working on their new novels.

Business Briefs: Vision ’22 at the Pillow; Korte returns to CHP; BCC hires community engagement dean; grant for Sandisfield book project; Salisbury Bank awards...

Vision ’22 is a strategic approach for Jacob's Pillow’s development and a blueprint for enabling the Pillow to become a year-round center for dance creation.

Bits & Bytes: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes®; OLLI art show; Robin F. Williams at Simon’s Rock; RSYP culinary apprenticeships; BPL calls for...

Railroad Street Youth Project's culinary apprenticeship program links youth with professional chefs who will teach them the skills they need for employment in the world of culinary arts.

Bits & Bytes: Joe Crookston at the Guthrie Center; EMV chip card talk; OLLI fall courses & open house; BeauSoleil at Club Helsinki Hudson;...

OLLI fall class highlights include “Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre,” and “Famous Trials That Helped Shape America and Her Institutions” ... OLLI courses are non-credit and there are no grades, no tests, and no prior experience required.
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