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‘History is real and not a theory’: Pittsfield celebrates Juneteenth

"I think it is deeply important that Berkshire County celebrates Juneteenth," NAACP Berkshires Vice President Sabrina Allard told The Berkshire Edge. "For Pittsfield, celebrating Juneteenth shows a commitment to equality and racial justice.”

Bits & Bytes: ‘Reality Hunger’ at Geoffrey Young Gallery; a cappella at Roe Jan Library; CoA luncheon; ‘Shrek the Musical’ auditions

The Egremont and Mount Washington councils on aging invite all seniors to a complimentary luncheon Wednesday, March 6, at 11:45 a.m. at the Egremont Village Inn.

Bits & Bytes: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Colonial; ‘An Old-Fashioned Christmas’; ‘Battlemind’ at BCC; ‘The Jewish World of Elvis Presley’; ‘All of Us’...

Participants of 'An Old-Fashioned Christmas' will be able to trace the history of the Christmas tree from the Colonial period to the Victorian era, the 1950s and on to the modern day.

Bits & Bytes: Train Campaign lecture; ‘Abraham’s Daughters’ at CAS; Berkshire Children’s Chorus concerts; ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Colonial; Red Cross blood drives

Author Alex Marshall will present new ideas about how transportation–including modern passenger rail and 21st-century innovations such as driverless cars–can be designed and managed in the public interest.

Berkshire Theatre Group season reformatted for 2017

Looking at this ambitious season it is clear that rather than expanding they are doing just a differently formatted season filled with the potential of excellent and fascinating presentations.

Bits & Bytes: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Colonial; ‘One Month Later’ election talk; Sundance Theatre Lab; ‘Pervert’ art show; iPhone drawing for BHS...

A native of Pittsfield who now resides in Baltimore, Alec MacGillis covers politics and government for ProPublica, a nonprofit online investigative journalism organization and two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner.

Bits & Bytes: First Fridays Artswalk; ‘Danny Dollar, Millionaire Extraordinaire;’ ‘The Bach and Mozart Connection;’ Pajama Night at Berkshire Museum; ‘Words in Transit’

Beginning in October and running through the school year, BTG PLAYS! Brings together Berkshire Theatre Group artists-in-residence and members of the community to perform an original play at dozens of venues throughout the region.

Bits & Bytes: Albert Cummings to record live album; ‘A Christmas Carol’ auditions; ‘Clay Politics’ discussion; Egremont FD steak dinner; ‘The Effects of Music”...

During her talk, Crescendo founder Christine Gevert will present an overview of the latest scientific findings about music and choral singing.

Bits & Bytes: ‘The Art of the String Quartet’; Construct’s MayFest; high school musicals celebration; Shakespeare summer training; ‘Tulipalooza II;’ Sisters for Peace fundraiser;...

The Summer Training Institute provides young actors the opportunity to immerse themselves in Shakespeare six days a week during the height of Shakespeare & Company’s summer performance season and is geared toward but not limited to undergraduate theater majors.

Bits & Bytes: Source-to-Sound River Festival; Pleasant Valley Volunteer Day; BTG auditions; Crane Paper Mills talk; Simon’s Rock joins Common Application

The Common Application allows prospective college students to submit just one application in total rather than one application per school.

Bits & Bytes: BTG auditions; ‘Bob and the Trees’ online; Ramsdell Library Sundays; Pittsfield Coalition sessions; ‘Creative Conversations’ at Race Brook; Burns Night celebration

The documentary, ob and the Trees," gives a celebratory if unflinching portrait of one logger’s life as he tries to keep his family business afloat

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