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BUSINESS MONDAY: Spotlight on Refill GB—a mission-based shop with a welcoming vibe (and zero plastic!)

Founded three years ago by Berkshire native Jamie McCormack, this charming Great Barrington retail space helps you make better choices for your health and the planet.

BITS & BYTES: Celebrating W.E.B. Du Bois; BAC gala; Rodin talk; historic hike at Bidwell; BIFF and Bousquet film series; Marianne Van Lent exhibit...

"W.E.B. Du Bois: I’ve Known Rivers” will be held on August 27, the 59th anniversary of Du Bois’s passing.

Berkshire Grown: Where to find local food and farms

The Berkshire Edge Magazine is happy to present Berkshire Grown's annual guide to food and farms. Keep Farmers Farming! Find their products in this guide.

Car Trip: Tracing early New England vernacular architecture in the Berkshires

Go out for a drive and learn about the earliest architectural styles in the Berkshires, and how they still resonate today.

Berkshire region real estate sales June 28 – July 4, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: June 28 - July 4, 2020

Bits & Bytes: Mahaiwe drive-in movies; Howardena Pindell at Art Omi; online theater workshop; screenplay submissions

During the workshop, guest choreographers Becky and Jamal Ahamad, Community Works alums and creators of the dance troupe dysFUNK, will show how movement tells a story.

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Greylock expands to Hudson; Downtown Pittsfield ambassadors; Villages of the Berkshires grant; Jacob’s Pillow commission; new Mezze co-cowners

Villages of the Berkshires is launching an effort to provide volunteer services such as friendly visitors or companionship, local transportation, technology support, and basic household repairs and assistance to seniors in the Berkshires.

Berkshire region real estate sales June 21-27, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: June 21-27, 2020

Berkshire region real estate sales June14-20, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: June 14-20, 2020

BUSINESS BRIEFS: Artists at Work program; Spoon in Williamstown; Berkshire Agricultural Ventures grant; painting fellowship for Bradley

Zero-interest, forgivable loans and grants will be provided to help farmers adapt to new realities, overcome significant income challenges, and ensure farms remain viable and sustainable and can continue to meet demand for healthy local food.

Berkshire region real estate sales June 7-13, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: June 7-13, 2020

Berkshire region real estate sales May 31 – June 6, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: May 31 - June 6, 2020

Bits & Bytes: Policing talk; ‘Dance We Must’; ‘Art in the Time of Pandemic’; online theater workshop

Occurring on the same date on which Jacob's Pillow’s season opening gala had been planned, “Dance We Must” will include performances by Kyle Abraham’s A.I.M, Michelle Dorrance, Irene Rodríguez, Daniel Ulbricht and Danielle Diniz, and Calvin Royal III.

News Briefs: Two arrested in organized fraud scheme; House of Corrections gains video chat capabilities

Video Connect sessions are offered throughout the day and available for incarcerated individuals to use on seven terminals that are appropriately spaced for social distancing in the facility contact visitor room, which is no longer being used for in-person visitations.

Berkshire region real estate sales May 24-30, 2020

The latest weekly report of real estate sales in the Berkshire region of Western Massachusetts and Northwest Connecticut: May 24-30, 2020

Berkshire Grown introduces new resources to connect farmers during pandemic

Over the past two weeks, a series of podcasts have taken shape with hope of engaging those tasked with raising our food.
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