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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Local businessman Richard Stanley, developer of the new Beacon Cinema, will give a talk, "The Beacon Cinema: Adaptive Reuse to Revitalize Pittsfield’s Downtown," at the BBQ: Berkshire Business Quarterly Visionaries Breakfast on March 25, at 7:30 a.m., at Beacon Cinema, 57 North St.

The event, featuring a light breakfast, the talk, and a tour of the facility, is fourth in a continuing series, and is sponsored by BBQ: Berkshire Business Quarterly magazine, published by Berkshire Living.

The BBQ: Berkshire Business Quarterly Visionaries Breakfast Series offers members of the wider business community the opportunity to meet and learn from the area business leaders profiled in the publication. Stanley is featured in the cover story, "Screen Gem: Richard Stanley’s Midas Touch Inspires Hope for a Full-Fledged Revival of Downtown Pittsfield, Mass.," by Daniel Bellow, in the 2010 First Quarter issue of BBQ.

The breakfast event provides an opportunity for members of the business community to hear about best business practices of a successful organization. The speaker is introduced by the magazine’s founder and publisher, Michael Zivyak, and the talk is followed by a question-and-answer period.

Tickets are $25, and advance reservations are required; call 413-443-8200 by March 19.

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