Pittsfield Carr Hardware Featured In Google Film

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Carr Hardware and the City of Pittsfield are featured in Google's new film "Trillions of Questions, No Easy Answers." 
"We were thrilled and honored to have been selected to be part this incredibly interesting and well done educational film." President of Carr Hardware, Bart Raser said. "If you ever wondered how Google Search works, or are curious to see what goes on behind the scenes, there is something here for you."
The one hour film shows how Google Search works and covers things like where Google came from and how improvements are made to Google search. 
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The film can be viewed here.

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Methuselah Loses License for Two Days

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A bar and restaurant owned by a city councilor had its license suspended for two days for violating state COVID-19 guidelines.

On Monday, the Licensing Board voted to suspend Councilor at Large Yuki Cohen's liquor license for Methuselah Bar and Lounge, scheduled for next Tuesday and Wednesday, after a hearing for three alleged pandemic violation complaints that included pictures and anonymous testimony.

Because of the anonymous nature of the evidence submitted, the board weighed in on the fact that this is not Cohen's first time in front of the Licensing Board, as Methuselah faced a five-day liquor license suspension in 2018.

"I feel like in light of what the history is, I don't think we can just pretend that there's no history,"  Chairman Thomas Campoli said, concluding with the other board members that this case had to be handled differently than if it was a first violation.

On Jan. 15, the board held a hearing for two of the violations occurring on Aug. 22 and Dec. 11. It was decided to continue the hearing for the third violation and voting until Monday, Jan. 25.

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