Guests include candidate for Lt. Governor, Quentin Palfrey, Poetess Carissa Sacherski, author Chris Wondoloski, organizer of the first ever Northeast Fiddlers’ Convention Jim Wright, AND we have special coverage of the June 4 Poor People’s Campaign rally and action in Albany,Read more
Guests include candidate for Lt. Governor, Quentin Palfrey, Poetess Carissa Sacherski, author Chris Wondoloski, organizer of the first ever Northeast Fiddlers’ Convention Jim Wright, AND we have special coverage of the June 4 Poor People’s Campaign rally and action in Albany,
Welcome brothers and sisters, to Episode #31 of INDIEcent Exposure, in which we share new music from, and our conversation with, Halie Loren, who’s just […]
Artist and gallerist Jim Schantz has organized an art exhibition for this summer that will honor the river, featuring recognized painters from the Berkshire region who work with the river as their subject matter, including Bart Elsbach, Michael Filmus, Scott Prior, and Jim Schantz.
Music in Common announces the launch of Amplify, a concert experience in which musicians perform songs written by youth from around the world.
The Berkshire Bach Society concludes its 2017-2018 performance season with a double-bill on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20, with concerts in Great Barrington and Hillsdale, NY.
MCLA announces the addition of men’s lacrosse to its varsity lineup with competition slated to begin during the 2019–20 academic year.
The Berkshire County Branch of the NAACP has organized a standout protesting police violence against people of color this Saturday, May 5th from 12 noon to 2pm at Park Square in downtown Pittsfield.
The Massachusetts Senate voted 38-0 on Thursday to pass a bill designed to protect the personal information of consumers in the case of data breaches, like the one seen at Equifax, and provide free credit freezes for all consumers.
On Saturday May 5th from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM the Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation will host a Sheep to Shawl Festival at its Sheep Hill headquarters in Williamstown.
The Williams Theatre Department will present Purple Valley Plays, original works for the stage written, directed, designed, and performed by Williams students, April 26–28.
The 12th Annual Massachusetts Region 1 Middle School Science and Engineering Fair will be held Friday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the campus’s Amsler Campus Center gymnasium.
David Eppel shares thoughts on apartheid, creativity in the shadow of oppression, and his 35 years as a professor of theatre at Williams College