Thursday, June 20, 2024

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Tag: Woodstock


It seems this week has all the important gardening tasks scheduled for early morning.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell was likely entrenched in his daily routine on that long-ago summer afternoon, one that included riding his bike down Main Street and observing passersby from the expansive northern-facing windows of his second-floor studio in Stockbridge.

AMPLIFICATIONS: ‘Woodstock’ on my mind

That love affair with film never ended. For the most part, the quality of the movies I watched improved, but I could still be found at Ed Wood retrospectives and just adoring the exploitation movies of Charles Band.

Over the Border: N.Y. State Properties

Lindsay Lebrecht of Copake Lake Realty offers a selection of beautiful N.Y. state properties!

‘Sister event’ to Women’s March planned in Pittsfield

On the one-year anniversary of the iconic movement, Indivisible Pittsfield has organized another sister event to this year's march – what it calls a "March into Action Resource Fair and Community Forum" at the Colonial Theatre on South Street.

CONNECTIONS: Remembering The Music Inn

Music Inn existed as a venue from 1950–1979. During three different phases, it was consistently a gathering place of American musicians.

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

The saga of Hershey the poodle rock musician (currently an angel mentor to Lulu) continues with his appearance at "Woofstock" in 1969.

EYES TO THE SKY: Astronomer Bob Berman  

“There’s no such thing as free will. Astronomy was my destiny. My first memory of life is looking into the night sky from my carriage or stroller. I memorized every star in the sky and their spectral classes by the time I was 12 or 13 years old." -- Astronomer Bob Berman

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But Not To Produce.