Sept. 18 to 24 arts and community events in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont
Sept. 18 to 24 arts and community events in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont Full Story
(Photo courtesy of George Cox)
Outpost produces its first feature-length film, 'Feet First'
George Cox and i'in Purwanti are ready to show you their neck of the woods. Full Story
Mark Twain will return to Dorset Theatre Festival with wry comedy
09/17/2014 05:32 PM EDT
Dorset Theatre Festival brings Mark Twain to town. In the summer of 1904, bare weeks after his wife died, he came to the mountains. Full Story
Barrington Stage Company and Jim Brochu salute Broadway in 'Character Man'
09/17/2014 05:12 PM EDT - PITTSFIELD -- At the age of 68, writer-performer Jim Brochu is living the life he dreamed of as a kid growing up in Brooklyn. Full Story
From Chinese bronzes to Magna Carta
09/18/2014 12:42 AM EDT - WILLIAMSTOWN -- It began as a conversation between people who love books. It has grown to touch hundreds of conversations, and to gather in performances, theater, dance and art from 3,000-year-old Chinese bronze vessels to the first document to restrict the power of the king of England. Full Story
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FreshGrass highlights: Sam Amidon will perform at Mass MoCA festival
09/17/2014 05:11 PM EDT
NORTH ADAMS -- After performing at Wilco's most recent Solid Sound festival in 2013, Brattleboro native Sam Amidon returns to Mass MoCA this Sunday to perform at FreshGrass, the museum's yearly bluegrass and roots music festival. Full Story
Elizabeth Liang finds home: Performance at Williams College '62 Center
09/17/2014 05:05 PM EDT - WILLIAMSTOWN -- "Where are you from?" It's an easy question on the surface, but a more complicated matter if you're Elizabeth Liang, a child of mixed-race parentage, who grew up in six different countries -- Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Morocco, Egypt and the United States. Full Story
Installation artist Lauren Ewing returns to Bennington College
09/17/2014 05:07 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- The cooler temperatures and changing leaves mark the return to classes for local students, teachers and professors, as well as the return of Bennington College's visual arts lecture series, which brings esteemed artists from around the country to Bennington for free, open-to-the-public talks on their work and career. Full Story
Lee to celebrate Founders Weekend
09/17/2014 05:02 PM EDT - LEE -- Salsa, Bachata and Merengue -- Peruvian chicken wings, fried dough, crèpes with chocolate and hazlenuts -- the Rubber Duck Derby -- Lee Founders Weekend, a small-town New England event for nearly 20 years, has evolved into a major tourist attraction for the town with an international flavor. Full Story
Festival Latino will bring the beat downtown Saturday
09/17/2014 05:03 PM EDT - LEE -- The 19th annual Festival Latino of the Berkshires will take place Saturday, Sept. Full Story
Stratton retreats to explore mindfullness
09/17/2014 05:14 PM EDT -
STRATTON -- Get focused. Live in the now. But don't forget to check your email. Anyone who spends time in the contemporary hyper-connected world has probably wondered -- is this progress? STRATTON -- Get focused. Live in the now. But don't forget to check your email.Full Story
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