|MCLA Shows Galleries to Higher Ed Committee Chairman|
"Since the start of DownStreet Art, and Gallery 51 and Press Gallery, we're now at 85 percent occupancy for downtown." — Jonathan Secor
|'The Internship': A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future|
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson team up again in "The Internship."
|'Fast & Furious 6': Left Me in the Dust|
The sixth edition of "The Fast and the Furious" features too little cars and too much typical world domination/terrorist action.
|Cultural Pittsfield: June 14-20|
This week's listings of events in Pittsfield.
|Tanglewood Expects Economic Impact to Grow|
"There are at least 40,000, 50,000 people coming before the BSO arrives." — Mark Volpe
|North Adams Happenings: June 12-18|
Head up to Windsor Lake as local band One Way Out kicks off the summer concert series with their blues/rock improvisation style.
|North Adams Art Museum Delayed Over Parking Rules|
"The good news is if you accept this application, the Methodist Church site won't be the site of a CVS or Walgreens." — Eric Rudd
|A Tree Stays in Williamstown|
"She called (Clark Director) Michael Conforti and said, 'We can't let them take that tree,'" — Vicki Saltzman
|'Now You See Me': Now You Won't|
The film "Now You See Me" lacks the magic the title suggests.
|Adams Middle School Will Star in Independent Film|
"The town and the Berkshire Film Commission has been so accommodating that it makes the process so enjoyable." — Jessi Shuttleworth
|North Adams Happenings: May 29 - June 4|
It's time to bring that dirty reggae and floor-shaking soul back to Ashland street. Join Rebel Beat Sound System for a great night of dancing, music, and fun times.
|'Star Trek Into Darkness': What an Enterprise|
Bright eyed and bushytailed, the best the Starfleet has to offer, they've got their work cut out for them.
|Clark Art Offers Free Admission to Military Personnel|
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute will offer free admission to active duty military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
|'The Great Gatsby': A Bit Jazzed-Up|
Baz Luhrmann's take on "The Great Gatsby" is a decent adaptation, it doesn't live up to Bruce Dern's 1974 take.