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'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For': Graphic,...
Here, much of the suspense is dispensed with, the buckets of blood unabashedly spoon-fed to whomsoever wishes to lap it up.
New Concept in Open Air Museums Opens in New...
Located in this rural Columbia County community in upstate New York, BEHOLD! New Lebanon is a museum without walls, comprising a wide – and variable -- range of venues and guides representing rural...
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: August 29 -...
Cultural Pittsfield
'The Giver': Once More Into the Apocalypse
The lessons are at once beautiful, harsh, epiphanic and, in proper science fiction style, full of metaphors about our current civilization.
Cultural Pittsfield This Week: August 15-22
'Magic in the Moonlight': Casts Its Spell
Of course this newest offering, like almost all of Woody's films, has love at the heart of its intelligent ruminations.
The Mom Review: Oh, The Places We'll Go
The production, Berkshire Theatre Group's ninth annual Children Theatre Production, was lovely and colorful and musical and energetic.
Cambridge Opera Company Back for Seventh...
"I have a goal of using local singers where I can, but more so I try to focus on bringing young singers into the fold." — Alix Jones
North Adams Downtown Celebration Moved to...
The street festival runs this Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. on Main, Eagle and Holden streets with food, shopping, entertainment and conversation.
Tanglewood's Everyday Dining Offers Tasty...
"Everything is from scratch here. Ninety-eight percent of our food is fresh made." — chef Paul Kirch   [3 Comments]
Clark Art Expanding Reach, International...
"In terms of art history and museum work, the Clark has been an international collaborator at least since the 1960s." — Thomas Loughman
Kushi Summer Conference Features Healthy Food...
"It's the first time Kushi Institute is doing something like this, cultivating local agriculture and organic food vendors." — Marisa Marinelli   [2 Comments]
'Guardians of the Galaxy': Defenseless
Too bad the wit that results from the gang's incessantly sarcastic repartees is compromised by the same old, same old.
'Pasture-ized' Partners WTF, Cricket Creek...
"We thought it was an awesome idea, and we're really excited." — Cricket Creek Manager Topher Sabot
Tanglewood Wine & Food Classic Features...
"It's gonna be great! They're putting an emphasis on local food which I'm always more than happy to be part of." — Nicholas Moulton
The Mom Review: 'Hairspray Jr' Energetic,...
At 8, Noelle had a hard time grasping the underlying issue of racism, though she absolutely loved the music, costumes and set.
George Lucas Family Foundation Awards Norman...
“Access is at the heart of this initiative, and we are thankful to our lead funder, the George Lucas Family Foundation, who understands the significance of our undertaking.” — Laurie Norton...
The Classical Beat: Great Music in the...
Although there's diversity in programming, the common denominator this week is on the mainstream classical masterpieces.
Shakespeare & Company Combines Two 'Henrys'
"If you get a chance to do 'Henry IV, Part 2,' you grab it because you're not going to get another chance." — Jonathan Epstein

 
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Friday Soccer Scrimfest
Friday afternoon girls soccer 'Scrimfest' at Drury High...
Pignatelli Campaign Kickoff...
State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli held a kick off...
Down Street Art
People flooded main street to see the new art installations...
Western Mass Beer Fest 2014
Hundreds turned out for the 9th annual Western Mass Beer...
High School Soccer
High School soccer practice got under way on Thursday.
Motorama
Hundreds of cars, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles and...
Chamber Nite @MountainOne
A who's who was at the MountainOne-hosted Berkshire Chamber...
Third Thursday Aug. 21, 2014
The August Third Thursday event in Pittsfield included a...
High School Football
High School football practice got under way on Monday.
Giorgi League Semis: B&B vs...
Burr and Burton held a steady lead over Bennington, Vt.'s,...
Giorgi League Semis: Drury vs...
Alex Heck scored 19 points to lead the Drury boys...
Mill Children Opening
The 5 Hoosac Street Gallery held its grand opening Friday...
Downtown Celebration 2014
North Adams held its annual street fair on Main Street on...
Worcester Bravehearts vs...
Key at bat helps the Worcester Bravehearts defeat the...
9th Annual Rock, Rattle &...
This year's theme is "Living in Harmony, Fulfilling Our...
Softball Series: Berkshire...
Friday Soccer Scrimfest
Friday afternoon girls soccer 'Scrimfest' at Drury High...
Pignatelli Campaign Kickoff...
State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli held a kick off...
Down Street Art
People flooded main street to see the new art installations...
Western Mass Beer Fest 2014
Hundreds turned out for the 9th annual Western Mass Beer...
High School Soccer
High School soccer practice got under way on Thursday.
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