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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.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Jefferson’s Children’ at MMRHS; trauma healing talk; Writers Read; Natalia Zukerman at Club Helsinki Hudson

W.E. B. Du Bois Educational Series will welcome Shannon LaNier and Jane Feldman for an interactive, multimedia presentation exploring the meaning of race.

BOOK REVIEW: David Giannini’s new poems, summoning transcendent moments overlooked

There is a transcendent quality to his themes, one that delineates the continuum in life rather than the specific entries and exits, beginnings and endings.

Bits & Bytes: Affordable Care Act rally; habitat slideshow; Kiwanis scholarships; Writers Read; CoA luncheon

The rally at Park Square in Pittsfield, Mass., in support of the Affordable Care Act, Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare is one of hundreds of similar events being held across the country this Saturday.

Bits & Bytes: GB bicycle notice; ‘Lenox: The First 100 Years;’ FAFSA Day Massachusetts; Writers Read; Williams seeks books for human library; puppet plays...

The FAFSA Day services are free and available to anyone who will be attending college during the 2017-2018 academic year; low-income and first-generation college students are especially encouraged to attend.

Bits & Bytes: Holiday cooking safety tips; Writers Read; ‘The Gift Show;’ Last Waltz Live; Muddy Brook online auction

The online auction is the Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School PTA’s main fundraiser and supports a wide range of enrichment programming, including artist residency programs and field trips.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Witches of Litchfield County;’ Writers Read; harvest concert; hawks and owls program; FilmColumbia 2016

FilmColumbia 2016 will get underway with a special James Ivory tribute and kick-off celebration on Saturday, Oct. 22, benefiting FilmColumbia and the nonprofit Chatham Film Club.

Bits & Bytes: Hevreh Ensemble at Simon’s Rock; Ace Frehley at the Colonial; GBFD open house; Julia Ain-Krupa at the Bookstore; geology hike at...

The Great Barrington Fire Department's open house will include a rope rescue demonstration and a fully simulated extrication of a patient from a motor vehicle using the Jaws of Life.

Bits & Bytes: Howard Dean in Pittsfield; Grillsdale 2016; BPL to present ‘War Stories’; Discover Tyler Street; Writers Read; Annette Miller on acting

Former DNC chairman, presidential candidate, six-term governor and physician Howard Dean currently serves as a senior strategic advisor and independent consultant focusing on the areas of healthcare and energy issues.

Bits & Bytes: John Mayall at the Colonial; Outstanding in the Field dinner; Ramsdell Winter Sundays; Writers Read series; BTCF grant deadlines

The architecture and history of Housatonic will be highlighted during the final Ramsdell Public Library Winter Sunday Afternoon on March 20 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Bits & Bytes: Legislative breakfast; BTG presents Ben Kronberg; Writers Read series; Williams diversity lecture; GBRSS science fair

The Writers Read monthly reading series at the Lee Library will continue on Tuesday, February 23, at 5:30 p.m. with guest host Frances Roth and poets Hilary Russell and Jan Hutchinson.

Bits & Bytes: Michael Pollan at Williams; ‘Suffragette’ to open FilmColumbia; Artful Hike at Olana; guided property walk in Sheffield; ‘Writers Read’ in Lee;...

From axe murders to botched robberies "Gilded Age Murder and Mayhem" has dredged up the forgotten underbelly of the Berkshires with unforgettable stories of greed, jealousy, and madness.
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