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“Being in business on North Street is kind of like being really popular in high school, but having really embarrassing parents,” says Jessica Rufo, owner of Dottie's Coffee Lounge at 444 North St. “We're all doing so well, but Mom and Dad are, like, passed out in the living room and, like, their car is always dented up.”
Upon the invitation from The Eagle, Mayor Linda Tyer walked Pittsfield's North Street to discuss the concerns of the business district, which include vandalism, parking tickets, and a lack of police presence.
At Barrington Stage Company’s Boyd-Quinson Stage, Alec Wilkinson’s two-character "Sister Sorry" is being given a vigorously played, brilliantly staged world premiere.
PITTSFIELD — A conceptual artist’s unusual project takes an unusual and unexpected turn in “Sister Sorry,” a new play by Alec Wilkinson that i…
Barrington Stage Company announced Saturday that it was postponing the remaining events of its "Celebration of Black Voices Festival" on Aug. …
Theater critic Jeffrey Borak reviews 'Boca' at Barrington Stage Company.
The Pittsfield Cultural Council awards grants to three local organizations offering programs to the community with a focus on diversity.
In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, Sharron Frazier-McClain, Barrington Stage Company's community engagement and EDI coordinator created the initiative Black Voices Matter to share Black narratives through the arts.