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State Rep. Pignatelli appointed as Lenox’s interim town manager, effective July 1

Select Board members applauded filling the opening with a local resident already knowledgeable with town workings.

REVIEW: BUTI tuba recital at Trinity Church in Lenox

After watching these guys suck up gallons of air and force it through all those yards of brass tubing, "Ride of the Valkyries" will never be the same.  

A revelatory encounter with family, folk and fantasy: Hanani’s merry band brings Suk and Dvorak to the Mahaiwe

After the excited, powerful statement of the second theme in the Dvorak quintet, the movement took flight as a plane from the runway, and the two violins were as wings lifting the ensemble up and up.

Trinity Church Lenox to host architecture lecture

St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Manhattan sold its 1905 gothic edifice in 1970, and consecrated a new church designed and built in 1977 in the international style.

A profound choral, cinematic and orchestral ‘Passion of Joan of Arc’: Andrea Goodman ‘s Tour de Force at Trinity Church in Lenox

Hats off to the organizers of this evening’s pageant, an unforgettable musical experience, which left a full congregation on its feet in a prolonged ovation for all the players, lined up in the side aisles.

LITERATURE: Michael Orthofer, originator of one of Time’s 50 coolest websites, to speak at Trinity Church

Michael Orthofer has been reviewing books and publicly exploring the international literary scene since 1999, with almost 4000 titles under review and a focus on international fiction and fiction in translation.

Trinity Church’s brave stance on immigrants

In his letter to the edtior, Daniel Klein writes: "The time has come for all of us to take the next courageous step of declaring our houses of worship in Great Barrington as safe havens."

We are one with the stranger among us

In his letter to the editor, Rabbi Neil Hirsch writes: “The times we are living in are calling to us, inviting us to remember our roots, and to find compassion in the kinship of shared immigrant narratives.”

Signs of the times

“Our understanding of the scriptures, scriptures we consider inspired by God, tells us to welcome all people in all circumstances as fellow human beings.” -- The Rev. Michael Tuck, rector of Trinity Church in Lenox

Bits & Bytes: MMRHS band concert; Interfaith gathering; financial aid workshop; Berkshire Symphony family concert; ‘Spirits of the Ventfort Hall’

In 1767, official incorporation of a town required sanction from the Congregational Church. New England villages partnered with the church to form their governments.

Bits & Bytes: Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas; Standing Rock benefit; Elwood H. Smith at Lenox Library; ‘World’s Greatest Christmas Carols’

The Standing Rock benefit will include speakers Jeremy Stanton, who recently fed Thanksgiving dinner to more than 2,000 people at Standing Rock, and spiritual peace activist and filmmaker Fidel Moreno, who is just returning from his second visit to the reservation.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire rabbis in NAACP march; auditions for Cantilena Choir; ‘Stateless’ documentary at Berkshire Museum

America’s Journey for Justice will mobilize activists and advance a national advocacy agenda to protect the right of every American to a fair criminal justice system, uncorrupted and unfettered access to the ballot box, sustainable jobs with a living wage, and equitable public education.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’; Sohn Gallery art show; Belle Fox at Lauren Clark; Canon Booth at Lenox Library; iconography at St....

The environmental health of the Berkshires and what people can do to maintain it will be the emphasis when Canon Stephen Paul Booth discusses if there are any green spaces left in his talk, “Culture, Community, and Conservation in the Housatonic Valley” on Sunday, April 19, 4 p.m. at The Lenox Library.

Bits & Bytes: Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations; winter farmers’ markets

"Imagine in the middle of January being able to buy carrots, watermelon radishes, a variety of potatoes grown here in the Berkshires, plus locally produced cheeses and meat. That’s our vision for the winter farmers’ markets. We are experimenting — these are our first farmers markets in January and February, so we need everyone to join us for them to succeed. If each of us buys directly from a farmer, we build the local food economy.” -- Barbara Zheutlin, executive director of Berkshire Grown

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