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Drumming, traditional Native American songs, speeches, and a procession culminating in a ceremonial blessing of the Housatonic River will mark the local observance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day on Monday, Oct. 11. Alliance for a Viable Future has organized a series of four events from Sept. 23 to Oct. 17.

Patrick Brennan’s setting for Regge Life’s crisp, incisive, penetrating production of debbie tucker green’s “hang” at Shakespeare & Company’s Tina Packer Playhouse is a generic, generally featureless meeting room in some quasi-governmental office building.

Kathleen Carey is back at the Theater Barn, in director Phil Rice’s generally admirable production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s remarkably written “Good People,” a bittersweet comedy-drama about a group of economically challenged people living in South Boston’s Lower End who do the best they can to look after themselves, protect what’s theirs, make do and survive while causing as little damage as possible.

The Nichols' family of Pittsfield, which has owned Harry's Supermarket on Wahconah Street since 1914, have sold both the market and an adjacent package store, to a group with roots in New York that owns three other package stores in the Berkshires.

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