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CONNECTIONS: A tale of two 19th-century Berkshire women

One had a solid impact on Berkshire County and her generation. While the other, although more famous, may have had no impact on the county at all. You decide.

Bits & Bytes: Tom Gold Dance at Turn Park; Naumkeag garden party; ‘The Real Story’ at the Mahaiwe; Greg Farley at the Egremont Barn;...

The Afternoon Garden Party at Naumkeag will take place in Fletcher Steele and Mabel Choate’s historic and recently restored gardens and feature garden-inspired libations, locally sourced bites, live music and performances, sweeping views of the Berkshires and more.

Bits & Bytes: Shakespeare & Company gala; ‘Inhabitants of Childhood’ opening; Urban Bush Women at Club Helsinki Hudson; Guatemalan education talk; Open Mic Music...

The residents of rural Maya village Copal AA la Esperanza in Guatemala have founded a community-run middle school that focuses on indigenous culture, human rights and sustainable forestry.

Bits & Bytes: Hurricane Harvey relief concert; Williams College professor’s photo in space; Avett Brothers movie screening; Alex Rostotsky at Turn Park

Each spacecraft contains a golden record that contains 115 photographs, greetings in many languages and samples of music. One of the photographs was taken by Williams College astronomer Jay Pasachoff.

Turn Park Art Space, an inspired — and inspiring — landscape of sculpture

The juxtaposition of man-made and natural elements continues throughout the 14-acre Turn Park, perhaps most notable in the balance of pristine marble slabs and encroaching patches of lush clover in the amphitheater.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington;’ ‘The Kabbalah of Bob Dylan;’ 1854 Town Hall benefit; 28,000 lbs. of food donated

'Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington' is set in 1915 and centers on an encounter between Du Bois and fellow NAACP co-founder Mary White Ovington.

Fourteen-acre sculpture park taking shape in West Stockbridge

The lime quarry and its surrounding land at the edge of the Mass Pike have been gently worked and enhanced for the installment of sculptures and other spaces.

ART REVIEW: Diane Felber Gallery, something new in West Stockbridge

West Stockbridge promises to become a vital art center in the near future. In addition to other galleries in town, a new 12-acre outdoor sculpture park is under construction at Turn Park Art Space.

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But Not To Produce.