We’ve had a running joke in our house about much how we enjoy a production that’s “ultimately life-affirming” after seeing one billed that way years ago. The show was superb, and I wanted to scrub the depressing, kinda icky residue out of my memory with a pumice stone and some strong lye soap for aMore
We have a look and listen to While Mighty Thunders Roll: Popular Artists Sing the Shakers, Borrowed Light: Barbara Ernst Prey, and the Suitcase Junket's new release, Mean Dog, Trampoline. We also hear from Shakespeare & Company about their season opener, The Waverly Gallery.
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Stirred by the popular will across the United States to enact meaningful criminal justice reform, the Berkshires gets ready to train eyes and ears on the court system.
Berkshire County Courthouse, Pittsfield, Mass., photo by AlexiusHoratius; [ CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons.
In this episode, we speak with Josh Bennett, founder of the Berkshire Music Project, which seeks to grow the area's live music scene. The first show features Afrobeat and R&B-influenced Lady Moon & The Eclipse; photo by Jose Cotto.More
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Talks set to continue as union and company measure each other’s resolve from across parking lots.
NORTH ADAMS — Today is Saturday, April 13, 2019, I am your host, Jason Velazquez, and I’d like to welcome you to Episode #69 of our flagshipMore
The youth of Earth have a message for its leaders today: You have failed to lead, so now you’ve forced us to.
By synchronizing worldwide demonstrations demanding action to reduce the human activities driving climate change, young people from elementary school on up through college are staging sit-ins, walkouts, marches, strikes, and town halls toMore
The question of how long humans have been ice fishing might be best answered by another question: How long have humans run out of food in the middle of winter? One can imagine an ancestor gazing hungrily out over a frozen expanse of lake or pond, a gnawing ache in the belly matched by aMore
by Jason Velázquez
A few years ago, when I told my buddy Mike that my eight-year-old daughter and six-year-old son would be taking skiing lessons through their school next week, he reminded me that his own daughter had been skiing since she was three.
Helmets are now required during high-speed winter sports for anyone under the ageMore
You may have missed the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (IDEVAW) this year. It passed by without much fanfare in the U.S. If you happen to be a subscriber to the Trinidad Express or the Bendigo Advertiser (serving the towns of Bendigo, Jackass Flat, and others in Victoria, Australia) you’d haveMore
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In this episode of Growl, we speak with Cole Harrison, Executive Director of Massachusetts Peace Action, based in Cambridge, Mass. At issue is last week’s Senate vote in favor of allowing floor debate on Senate Joint Resolution 54 to proceed, which would pave the way
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Before we get to the specific advertiser types, I thought it was important to point out two points of data that shocked me. What wereMore