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The Greylock Glass Welcomes Eoin Higgins.

Hello everyone, my name is Eoin Higgins. I’m a writer and historian based in the Berkshires whose work regularly appears in outlets across the country. 

I’m excited about taking this step forward for local journalism in our region!

Eoin Higgins

Eoin Higgins is a writer and historian from western Massachusetts.

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Will Call #68: David Eppel bids farewell with Tartuffe

David Eppel shares thoughts on apartheid, creativity in the shadow of oppression, and his 35 years as a professor of theatre at Williams College

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Cornbread Cafe #010

I promise you WILL have to loosen your belt when you get done with this episode — Pickxen, Grant Maloy Smith, Scott Thorn, Mikalyn Hay, The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, Parsonsfield.

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Will Call #67: Underground Railroad Game at ’62 Center

EXPLICIT. Named one of the top ten theatre experiences of 2016 by the New York Times, "Underground Railroad Game" is a vivid, piercing piece of experimental performance from Philadelphia-based company Lightning Rod Special. Recommended for mature audiences only.

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Cornbread Cafe #009

We’re going to get right into the music this show, because the hardcopy of the EP, Tired Old Town, by Chris Anres with Gary McDannold showed up in the mail just a couple days ago, and I have been impatient to share it with you. I couldn’t decide between the five tracks on this 2017

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The Cornbread Cafe #8: Not a Valentine’s Day episode. Unless’n you want it to be.

Tanya Gallagher [explicit lyrics], Kate Lush, The Suitcase Junket, Bumper Jacksons, Faint Peter, Birds of Chicago

Tanya Gallagher; photo courtesy tanyagallagher.com.

"Virginia taught me love, it taught me heartache, but most importantly it taught me that a home away from home can exist. These songs represent an incredible time of personal growth."

— Tanya Gallagher

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TLC #62 — Remembering the Women’s March: Voices from the Road

We’re coming up this week on the first anniversary of the Women’s March, the largest single-day protest in U.S. history, with half a million attendees showing up for the flagship event in Washington D.C.

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WDIJW? “Alma”

One of the most macabre, yet most lovely shorts we’ve come across. And just right for a cold and snowy weekend at the end of the year!

Alma from Rodrigo Blaas on Vimeo.

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Will Call #66: Bach At New Year’s and Travis Daly on “A Christmas Carol”

We speak with Paula Hatch, executive director of the Berkshire Bach Society, about this New Year’s event and look forward to 2018. Also on is Travis Daly to talk about "A Christmas Carol," staged by Berkshire Theatre Group.

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The Cornbread Cafe #6: INTERVIEW with Janie Barnett, too many new tracks to list!

We speak with singer/songwriter and educator Janie Barnett, whose release, "You See this River," plumbs the emotional depths of self, family, and national soul.

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Will Call #65: The MCLA Allegrettos deep in a new season of harmony

The MCLA Allegrettos, now in their 15th season, are going strong, belting out spot-on harmonies in both their a cappella and gospel sections of the vocal group.

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Will Call #64: MCLA presents Tartuffe, Shakespeare & Co.’s 2018 line-up of Billy’s works

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PLUS a sneak peek (well, more of a sneak listen) to our 1st place storyteller Jennifer Holey telling her tale about “Little Creatures” at the inaugural batch of the new Berkshire Yarn Mill’s live story event!
 
Today is Friday, December 1st, 2017, and

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