TLC #61 — Gettin’ FESTIVE at Greylock WORKS

Immerse yourself in beautiful and delicious handcrafted gifts at the 2017 FESTIVE! A new holiday market at Greylock WORKS celebrating the unique magic of the Northern Berkshires. Set in an expansive, light-filled mill, the festival marketplace offers music performances, food crafters, local farmers, fermenters and distillers, and the region’s best artisans and textile curators. Come to discover all your holiday […]

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TLC #60: Berkshires first Transgender Day of Remembrance

    from GLAAD: Transgender Day of Remembrance is an international annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. Additionally, during the week of November 13-20, individuals and organizations around the country participate in Transgender Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender and gender non-conforming people […]

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Will Call #62: The Wolves roam CenterStage in DeLappe’s 2017 masterpiece

This is Will Call, #62—We travel this episode to somewhere in the Midwest to meet high school women’s soccer team The Wolves. Rather we’ll speak with Misha Chowdhury, who directs this Williams Theatre Department staging of Sarah DeLappe’s 2017 Pulitzer Prize Finalist play, The Wolves, which runs Nov 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18 on the CenterStage.

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Hinds: Mass Senate passes legislation to curb college campus sexual violence

(from information included in submitted press release) BOSTON — State Senator Adam G. Hinds (D- Pittsfield) announces that yesterday the Massachusetts Senate took strong action to prevent sexual violence on college campuses by passing comprehensive legislation to establish state-level policies for all higher education institutions in the Commonwealth. The legislation was engrossed with a unanimous 39-0 vote.

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TLC#58: Food for Thought: Dinner with Virginia Willis at Hancock Shaker Village

Shaker Meets Southern with Virginia Willis   Top Left Tunes This episode features “Hot Chicken,” off Dom Flemons‘ release, Prospect Hill. We interviewed this Grammy Award winning artist on a recent episode of the Cornbread Cafe, our American Roots music show. Check out the artist’s website, find out more about him, and maybe even pick up a CD or download […]

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INDIEcent Exposure #30: “Training of Poe”—Bella Vendetta Interview • Paper City Exile

Award-winning BDSM documentary film screening at Images 10/16 “The Training of Poe” is Bella’s BDSM documentary film that came out early 2017 and has since won 2 honorable mentions at Seattle Erotic Cinema Film Festival and a “feminist porn award” at The Toronto International Porn Film Festival. Official selection for the Jim Thorpe Independent film festival, sex workers fest in […]

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TLC #58: MCLA creates Chief Diversity Officer position; PROFILE—Print Shop Williamstown

Recent friction between students of color and MCLA administration not the main reason for creation of execution position of Chief Diversity Officer says college president       Hey Greylock Nation— Today is Sunday, October 15, 2017, and you’re listening to episode 58 of the Top Left Corner. I’m your host, Jay Velazquez, and, as always, I thank you for […]

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TLC #54: 10/10 Democratic Primary, 1st Berkshire District candidate John Barrett

Election 2017: A conversation with John Barrett, III. Find him online here. Hello, Greylock Nation— Today is Saturday, October 07, 2017, and this is a special election series episode of the Top Left Corner, presented by the Greylock Glass. We don’t have the resources yet to cover all races, but due to the enormous popularity of our coverage of the […]

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TLC #55: 10/10 Democratic Primary, 1st Berkshire District candidate Lisa Blackmer

Election 2017: A conversation with Lisa Blackmer. Find him online here. Hello, Greylock Nation— Today is Saturday, October 07, 2017, and this is a special election series episode of the Top Left Corner, presented by the Greylock Glass. We don’t have the resources yet to cover all races, but due to the enormous popularity of our coverage of the 2016 […]

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