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Seeing photos of the village of Housatonic, a screenwriter in Hollywood said, "This is a movie."
The director Matthew Penn began six days of filming on Thursday for his drama “The Sweet Taste of Freedom,” which mostly takes place in Housat…
The Eagle’s new printing press is now in full operation, following an installation this fall that Fred Rutberg has described as akin to “a complicated military maneuver.”
While Great Barrington officials inch closer toward a proposal to regulate short-term rentals, there is little agreement that any such regulation would accomplish one of its original objectives: that of freeing up significant housing units for much-needed long-term rentals.
Carol Diehl has written what she says is “the first in-depth investigation” of the social, economic and political implications of the work of Banksy, whom she calls “one of the geniuses of our time.”
Housatonic artist and writer Carol Diehl has released a new book, "Banksy: Completed." Diehl’s book is as much a defense of Banksy as it is a …
Some 11th grade Mount Everett High School boys say that when they donned matching white tank tops for their yearbook photos this school year, they only were looking to display, in a silly, informal way, their camaraderie and that they meant no offense. But, when school officials saw the photos, they exercised their prerogative to determine that the photos “will not be usable.”
Today, from sea to shining sea, the nation will ring with wobbly, discomfited entreaties to the divine. Can we get a hallelujah?
All those stories told about their great-great Uncle Will — it turns out, they are true.
On the grounds of the former Peabody Academy in Troy, N.C., a monument gives honor to the Rev. William Harmon Ellis, of New Marlborough.