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|Two Dozen Bands To Play Benefit For Local Child
"Every single cent is going to Madison, no one is taking any money, everything is volunteered." — Najwa Squailia
Party in the Park Returns to Noel Field
"Party in the Park" returns to Noel Field every Thursday from July 11 to the end of August for free concerts from 6 to 8 p.m.
Brayton, Terry A La Berry Present Anti-Bullying Song, Video
"These kids are so motivated, it's so much fun." — Terry "A La Berry" Hall 3 Comments
Taconic High Grad Brings Musical Advantage to Ephs
"Caroline's rendition of the national anthem brings a great deal of pride to our program, institution and community." — Mike Maker
Dalton Musician Dedicates Song to Sandy Hook Victims
"I didn't believe it at first. ... I was heartbroken like the rest of the world." — Randy Cormier
LA Band With Pittsfield Ties Returns Saturday
"Pittsfield is fearless and should be proud of how punk rock they make us feel, let alone vice-versa." — Dollyrots' Kelly Ogden
Brayton Pupils Share Messages With Terry A La Berry
"It's great when you see teachers who really care and make an effort." — Terry "A La Berry" Hall 1 Comment
Drury High School Chorus Sings at Waltham Museum
The Drury High School chorus performed at the Charles River Museum in Waltham on Sunday. 1 Comment
Berkshire Idol Winners Named for 2012
Hunter Hassett was the highest individual fund raiser.
Williamstown Mayfest Music Festival Benefits NARH
"We've been wanting to do something to help the hospital, and Mayfest gives us an opportunity to do that." — Allen Jezouit
Rock The Block Attracts Over 2,000 To Main Street
The event, put together entirely by Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts' Performing Arts Management class, featured a plethora of performances and activities on the half-closed street. 1 Comment
Methodists Sell Historic North Adams Pipe Organ
"It's better that it's being used instead of sitting dormant." — John Carvalho 3 Comments
MCLA Hosts Annual Blues & Funk Festival
"We kick it off old-school style with Gina Coleman and Misty Blues channeling the great women of the blues." — Jonathan Secor
Mount Greylock Students Selected for Music Festival
The highly competitive auditions for high school and middle school students were held in November and December 2011, respectively.
Lenox Caroling Festival Winners Announced
The winning group was the Mount Everett Regional School Madrigal Choir, which received the grand prize of $2,000.
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