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You will find more than just coffee beans at Jake’s Java in Lanesborough

The new coffee shop pays homage to a local, fallen hero and his crewmates.

U R Famous: WSJ is Wink Wink Nuts 4 local confectioner and her stash of Sweethearts XOXO

The story of Robin Helfand, and her eponymous candy store in Great Barrington was read by more than two million Wall Street Journal readers this Tuesday and the story was far more sweet than sour.

REVIEW: ‘The Plot to Hack America,’ the untold war on American soil

We are used to the images of war: bombs and bullets and blood. But Nance knows what many Americans are unwilling to recognize: We are at war and this war is being fought on our land.

Smoke Signals from the Swamp: Kushner, the Mercers and Cambridge Analytica – Round One

As you continue to read, I want you to imagine an iceberg. Both Forbes and the New York Times thought they were being told, and telling us, the true story of Cambridge Analytica. But they and we saw only a small portion of what Cambridge Analytica wanted us to see.

Smoke Signals from the Swamp: The Son-in-Law

With all the talk about the varied skills of Corey Lewandoski, Paul Manafort and Steve Bannon, who took turns steering the Trump campaign, many were surprised by the title of the Nov. 22, 2016, Forbes article: “How Jared Kushner Won Trump the White House.”

Repeal of ‘net neutrality’: What are the implications for the Berkshires?

The opinion of Berkshire County experts ranges from skepticism to staunch opposition to the repeal of net neutrality, which is the principle that internet service providers must treat all data on the internet in the same manner and not charge different rates based content or platform.

Trump agenda endangers peace initiative in memory of slain journalist Daniel Pearl

The mission of Music in Common is “to strengthen, empower, and connect communities through the universal language of music.”

Music in Common: Bridging cultural divides

Created in the memory of Daniel Pearl, Music in Common performs here in the Berkshires, across the country, and in Israel, where they work with Arab and Jewish students.

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But Not To Produce.