|Berkshires Beat: Shakespeare & Co. Hosts Fourth of July Celebration|
'We Hold These Truths'
In special partnership with BRIDGE, Shakespeare & Company host its annual Fourth of July Community Celebration "We Hold These Truths" from 1:30 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 4, at 70 Kemble St. in Lenox. The event includes music, children's crafts and activities, and a public reading of one of
|County Youth Soccer Teams Compete at Mass Tournament of Champions|
LANCASTER, Mass. -- Six county teams qualified for the Massachusetts Tournament of Champions over the weekend.
The girls seventh- and eighth-grade Berkshire Hills Breakers team advanced to the Division II state semifinal after going undefeated through the preliminary round of the tournament with a win and two
|Tanglewood Cuts Ribbon on New Multidisciplinary Facility|
A total of four structures were built on the property that make up the center.
LENOX, Mass. — Tanglewood cut the ribbon on the new $33 million Linde Center for Music and Learning on Friday morning.
The newly constructed buildings will house the 6,000-square-foot Tanglewood Learning Institute and
|@theMarket: G-20 Weighs on Stocks|
It wouldn't be a normal weekend in the financial markets without something to worry about. This weekend, it is the meeting of the two presidents, Trump and Xi, in Japan with $350 billion in new tariffs hanging on the outcome. What are the odds that they clinch a deal?
Not great, in my opinion. That doesn't necessarily
|Hot Weather Brings T-Storms for the Weekend|
The sun will be shining over the Berkshires most of the weeked but be prepared for possible thunderstorms on Saturday.
The National Weather Service is forecasting scattered storms late in the afternoon and into evening Saturday but only slight risk of severe weather. The primary threat will be damaging wind gusts, however, large hail
|Biz Briefs: New Berkshire Food Co-op Opens in Great Barrington|
The project expanded the co-op's space from 4,400 square feet to 7,600 square feet.
The Berkshire Food Co-op celebrated its grand opening in the Powerhouse Square Building at 34 Bridge St. in Great Barrington on June 19 with local vendor demonstrations, live music, prizes and thousands of dollars in
|NAMI Berkshire County Names New Program Director|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Berkshire County has welcomed Stephanie Adornetto as its new program director, following the departure of Brenda Carpenter as executive director in December 2018.
Adornetto initially joined NAMI Berkshire County as a board member in October 2018. Stephanie has been an
|Review: Do Not Leave at Intermission of 'Into the Woods' |
The story of Stephen Sondheim's "Into The Woods" only appears to be over at end of the first act of this farcical and entertaining mash-up made from four Brothers Grimm fairy tales. While everyone is about to live happily ever after, Act I is really a foreshadowing of the pay-back set forth Act II.
Bring your mind as well as
|'The Dead Don't Die': Having Fun With the Oxymoron|
I'd be impressed if I learned that a history prof in some U.S. university was showing his class director Jim Jarmusch's zombie/horror/comedy "The Dead Don't Die" as an instructive metaphor for the zombies down in Foggy Bottom. It might be a stretch, but then again, c'mon.
Possessed of no morality and
|The Independent Investor: Reverse Mortgages|
Some Baby Boomers have found themselves financially between a rock and a hard place. Rising costs, insufficient retirement savings and, in some cases, health issues, have forced seniors to consider taking out a reverse mortgage on the only asset they own. Is it a good idea?
For those who don't know, a reverse mortgage is a
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