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Cultural Pittsfield This Week: April 17-23
Casting, Opening Dates Set for Shakespeare &...
Ball said box office sales to-date are ahead of last year’s numbers and going strong.
Pittsfield Woman Tapped as New Executive...
Murphy is the fourth director since the New England Craft Program was founded in 1984. She follows Karen Totman, who served as the director since 2009 and is leaving Snow Farm after 20 years.
More Big Names Coming to Williamstown Theatre...
Additional programming and events, as well as complete casting and creative team information, will be announced at a later date.
'Danny Collins': Idol for the Ages
Supplying both affirmation and eloquently imparted nostalgia, the film chooses for its protagonist the iconic figure of a generation: the rock star.
'Furious 7': Makes Six Too Many
The only question to answer with each succeeding issue is, "Just how much more insanely ludicrous is this one?"
Music Scholarship Deadline Approaching
The auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 13, at the Second Congregational Church in Bennington.
'Deli Man': Knows From Chopped Liver
The film is as much an homage to American opportunity as it is to deli men.
Local Musician Takes First In National Trumpet...
"I was focused on simply sharing the music that I had put all of this work into because I thought it was awesome." — Steven Felix   [6 Comments]
Packer's Shakespeare Book Being Released April...
Published by Knopf, "Women of Will" is a fierce and witty exploration — part master class, part brilliant analysis — of the women in Shakespeare’s plays that illuminates Shakespeare’s changing...
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: April 3-9
WCMA Receives Large Donation of Contemporary...
The gift to WCMA is part of Norton’s second such philanthropic project, following one in 2000 in which he gave more than 1,000 pieces to 32 institutions.
IS183 and The Clark Joining Forces for Art...
By offering hands-on art-making on-site, IS183 will complement the Clark’s mission to advance and extend the public understanding of art.
Former Williams President to Serve as Interim...
Oakley, the former president of Williams College, is a long-time member of the Clark’s Board of Trustees and served as the board’s president from 1998–2005. Oakley is currently a senior fellow at the...   [1 Comment]
'The Gunman': Guarantees a Murder a Minute
The studio might also accommodate the savagely inclined by supplying a unit pricing ratio.
Monument Mountain Stages 'Little Shop of...
This year's production features more than 40 students in the cast, crew, and pit orchestra.
Hoosac Valley To Perform 'Grease' This Weekend
"We chose 'Grease' because we really enjoy it." — Jacob Keplinger
Taconic High Theatre Goes Broadway With 'Guys...
The musical romantic comedy involves the unlikeliest of Manhattan pairings.
Mass MoCA Summer Filled With Music,...
"There's a lot of photography at Mass MoCA, spanning a full spectrum." — Joseph Thompson
Art School Raising Money to Save Soda Kiln
Soda ash vapors have destroyed the bricks lining the kiln, the back and sidewalls are cracking and the brick arch is in imminent danger of collapse.

 
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Tennis: MM Girls @ PHS
Monument Mountain girls tennis team won 5-0 over Pittsfield...
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Monument Mountain boys tennis team won 4-1 over Pittsfield...
IS183 Versace Tchotchke Gala
IS183 Art School of the Berkshires' annual over-the-top...
Tennis: MG @ Lenox
Cami Sachetti and Emily Czelusnick battled to a 7-5, 6-4...
St. Joseph High School Play
Students at St. Joseph High School are putting their own...
Wahconah Spring Musical '9 to...
Wahconah Regional High School students rehearse for the...
Pittsfield Eggstravaganza...
Youngsters scrambled for treats on Sunday morning at...
Girls Lacrosse: PHS vs MG
Spring has slightly sprung in Williamstown as the Mount...
Schantz Exhibit at Berkshire...
Attendees mingle at a reception Thursday for the opening of...
Freeman Center Sex Assault...
The Elizabeth Freeman Center held a rally to raise...
Tyer Announces for Mayor
Linda Tyer, Pittsfield city clerk, announced her candidacy...
Pittsfield Vietnam Memorial
A memorial service was held in Park Square for those killed...
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U.S. Rep. Richard Neal and the Berkshire Chamber of...
BFAIR Annual Meeting 2015
BFAIR holds its annual breakfast meeting at the Williams...
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Berkshire Chamber Nite @...
The Berkshire Chamber of Commerce held a networking event...
Tennis: MM Girls @ PHS
Monument Mountain girls tennis team won 5-0 over Pittsfield...
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