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November 2015

Will Call #37 — Festival of Trees at the Berkshire Museum

The Festival of Trees, 2015: Westward Ho, Ho, Ho! is a rich tapestry of all aspects of life in the Old West, including the near extinction of the American bison; photo and manipulation by Jason Velazquez.

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It’s a grand celebration of the American West with the Festival of Trees 2015: Westward Ho Ho Ho! on view to the public from Saturday, November 14, 2015, through Sunday, January 3, 2016.
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Will Call #36 — Spectacle 99, Anais Mitchell , Unsilent Night in North Adams

Anais_Mitchell performs Friday, December 4, 7:30 p.m. at the MCLA Church St. Center, photo submitted by artist.

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We speak again with our ever-generous guest Michelle Daly of the Berkshire Cultural Resource Center at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. Michelle discusses some of the exceptional events coming up in December, including Anais Mitchell, Unsilent Night, and Spectacle 99, and hints at what’s to come in 2016.
 
Definitely consider subscribing to the “North Adams Happenings” newsletter put out by the BCRC—a great resource for anyone looking to find out what’s going on around town.…

The Top Left Corner #24: Northern Berkshire Santa Fund Going Strong

"Santa's Workshop & Winter Wonderland," used in this mashup, by Daniel Voyager, (CC BY 2.0)

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Toy donations from the community to the Northern Berkshire Santa Fund make sure that boys and girls in North Berkshire County have presents under the tree on Christmas morning.

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Abundance and Envy

"Abundantia," by Peter Paul Rubens; public domain.

Peter Paul Rubens – Abundance (Abundantia)
I cruised southward alone along a curving, coastal dream road in central Maine. I suppose it might have been on the North Shore. It might have been in the Maritimes, though never having been to that region of Canada, I wouldn’t know. The sky was inhabited by a diverse population of cloud styles. In the foreground, dense, grey, self-important tufts sailed along with me at a low altitude. Above them, frivolous wisps formed and dissipated, sometimes gathering into excited groups before being dispelled by the insistent breeze.…

INDIEcent Exposure #19 — New Movie, “Penny Land,” Shoots in Berkshires

"Penny Land," written and directed by Billy Hahn, is currently being filmed in various locations throughout the Berkshires; composite image created with submitted photos.

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In “Penny Land” a new film being filmed in the Berkshires by Billy Hahn, a young man drifts aimlessly through life dreaming about striking rich by betting on the shady world of penny stocks. As his dream becomes an obsession he creates a stock scheme that could destroy himself and everyone around him.

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INDIEcent Exposure #18 — Anonymous Animal at the Gararge with And the Kids

Anonymous Animal; photo courtesy the band, via Facebook.

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This episode, we speak to Joe Aidonidis, half of Anonymous Animal, who discusses music and music technology, as well as some of his work in video craft.

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INDIEcent Exposure #17 — “Have I Not Found You Yet”

Justin Hillman and Good Company at The Iron Horse Music Hall; photo by Carly Rae.

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Berkshire-born musician Justin Hillman released his third album, “Have I Not Found You Yet,” in September, but, lucky for us Alt-Folk fans here in the Berkshires, scheduling challenges placed the CD release party on the calendar Friday, November 20, at the Whitney Center for the Arts in Pittsfield.

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Will Call #34 — Williamstown Artist Open Studios : Pottery

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Williamstown Artist Open Studios will be having a pre-holiday event, showcasing some of the most dazzling work from local artists of a variety of disciplines.

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Berkshire Business Outlook #5 — Holiday Walk, Unsilent night, Kit & Kaboodle

"Unsilent Night," created by Phil Kline and performed in cities around the world will occur in North Adams; photo courtesty unsilentnight.com

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Emily Watts, executive director of the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce joins us again, this time as the guest on our very first “Chamber Check-In” segment of the show.

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Will Call #33 — Fall Festival of Shakespeare Brings that Naughty Thane to Greylock

The three Thanes of Cawdor in Mt. Greylock Regional School's production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" during this year's Fall Festival of Shakespeare; photo by Brittney Holland.

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We speak with Josh Aaron McCabe and Ally Allen of the Shakespeare & Company Education Department, as well as Luc Park, senior at Mt. Greylock Regional School, who will be playing one of three Macbeths in William Shakespeare’s eponymous tragedy.

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Will Call #32 — Maximum Woe: Romeo and Juliet at MCLA

The cast of "Romeo and Juliet," by William Shakespeare, rehearsing the fateful masquerade scene; submitted photo.

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You don’t have to defy the stars to enjoy a hot date with two of literature’s most unlucky lovers, Romeo and Juliet. The eponymous tragedy, staged by the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Fine and performing and Arts Department, will run for one weekend at the Venable Theatre.

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Will Call #31 — “The Tempest: A Gyre” at Williams College

Sketches of the costumes of Prospero, Ariel, and Calaban, designed by Barbara Bell; mashup created from submitted images.

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Erica Dankmeyer, Artist-in-Residence in Dance, and Janine Parker, Artist-in-Residence in Dance, are choreographing dance scenes that have been integrated into the play; seven student dancers from Contemporary Dance Ensemble (CoDa) will perform.

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