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Roots Rising and the Berkshire Black Economic Council are partnering to launch the BIPOC Vendor Fund at the Pittsfield Farmers Market.
The Berkshire Black Economic Council on Saturday released data that it says show diversity and inclusion are lacking at the county's many arts and cultural venues.
In a day that included tours of the property, dance, and hands-on sculpture with clay, the highlight of the "Sculpting Berkshire Afro Futurism…
The community-led projects focus on childcare, housing, education, arts programs and supportive services for formerly incarcerated people, people struggling with substance use disorders and under-resourced residents.
The Berkshire Black Economic Council, formed in May, is a nonprofit organization interested in assisting the local Black business community and Berkshire businesses as a whole.
Xavier Jones, of BiggDaddy’s Philly Steak House fame, is coming back to Adams. Jones and co-owner Warren Dews Jr. will try something new: a Mediterranean-infused small plates restaurant at Park Street’s historic Firehouse Cafe.
There is more to Alfred "A.J." Enchill Jr. than just economic development. The 28-year-old has served as a legislative aide to state Sen. Adam Hinds, volunteered for several local nonprofit organizations and flirted with the idea of becoming a professional lacrosse player.