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Free W.E.B. Du Bois Guided Walking Tours Offered
The visionary leader, scholar and champion for civil rights, William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was born in Great Barrington in 1868 along a “golden river.” The hour long, 1/2-mile walking tour visits places that were significant to him while growing up and

Berkshire History Theatre to Present 'I Am Pittsfield' at Arrowhead
Written and directed by Arrowhead’s playwright-in-residence Sally Filkins, author of “The Melville Trilogy," “I Am Pittsfield” treats themes of ethnic hostility, poverty, prejudice, abuse, hatred and fear, and the resultant disenfranchisement of “the othe

Lift Ev'ry Voice Festival Announces Summer Lineup
"Freedom is a birthright, a gift of life, the platform on which we build our hopes and our dreams." — Don Quinn-Kelley

Our Neighbors: John E. Atwood


'America's First Hippie': O.B. Joyful Left Indelible Local Legacy
"I always remembered whatever pertained to nature and have come to the conclusion that human beings do not think enough." — Oh Be Joyful   1 Comment

A History of Organized Crime in the Berkshires
The Pinball Hearings, which played to packed audiences in City Hall chambers, lasted from February to early May.

North Adams Holocaust Museum Talking With Worcester University
"I would like to keep it here in the region but I can't seem to push the button." — Darrell K. English

North Adams Holocaust Museum Hosts Holocaust Support Group
"You have to have this stuff in the front of people so that they understand what it meant." — Darrell English

Adams Historical Society Exhibits Massive Civil War-Era Flag
"Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!" — Adm. David Farragut

The Decline of Loyalist Opposition in the Berkshires
"The tories of the town were subjected to many petty annoyances, and the mischevious and fun loving youth played on them many pranks." — "History of the Berkshires"

Williamstown Museum Hosts Talk by Former Sprague CEO
"I thought the SEC story, which I know personally, was an important story that needed to be told." — John L. Sprague

Williamstown Art Conservation Center to Restore Fire Apparatus
"Do you restore it to the original condition, or do you just clean it up?" — Ed McGowan

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