The Cornbread Cafe #5: Western Centuries, Dom Flemons, Oh Susanna, & MORE

Welcome! brothers and sisters to Episode #5—of the Cornbread Cafe. Cazh and cozy, we’re located at the five-corners of Blues, Americana, Folk, Country, and Gospel. And you can sometimes catch an express to Rock ’n’ Roll at the bus stop across the way. We want to be your new fave hang for the best in a sprawling menu of American […]

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Why Support the Greylock Glass?

People hate ads. People hate paying for news. People hate beggy websites. All three axioms can’t exist simultaneously in the same universe as a healthy free and independent press…   We are one of the area’s only independent news outlets. And we really need your help. We’ve published hundreds of episodes, articles, and essays. People have downloaded thousands and thousands […]

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Cryptocurrency Markets

What is cryptocurrency? (from Wikipedia) A cryptocurrency (or crypto currency) is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of additional units of the currency. Cryptocurrencies are classified as a subset of digital currencies and are also classified as a subset of alternative currencies and virtual […]

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TLC #42: Dom Flemons kicks off Barn Music Series at Hancock Shaker Village

Concert with Dom Flemons in the 1910 Barn kicks off Berkshire season of American roots music at Hancock Shaker Village (Hancock Shaker Village, official release) HANCOCK, Mass.—When Grammy-award winning Dom Flemons kicks off Hancock Shaker Village’s new Shaker Barn Music series on June 16, he’s continuing a long tradition of music by the Shakers, whose musical roots run deep, with […]

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INDIEcent Exposure #28: Burgers, Fries, Blarney and The Middle with Jeff and Jane Hudson

Meeting Jeff Hudson of Jeff and Jane Hudson at The Moonlight Diner in the middle of the day is treacherous. We had every intention of digging deep and talking about the new album, “The Middle,” that he released with Jane, his wife and musical conspirator of a quite a little bit now. Her absence from the conversation (she was holding […]

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Selecting Cantaloupes

By Toby Hudson (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons

by Jason Velázquez He remembered that she liked cantaloupe. Correction: he remembered that she loved cantaloupe. She told him that if he were ever to be exiled to a desert island and only given three food choices for the rest of his life, he should choose turkey, kale, and cantaloupe because they provided (in combination) all the nutrients a body […]

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NAMA Prom Presents: I Love the 90’s

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —The NAMA Prom Committee, a group of passionate North Adams residents, have announced the return of the annual NAMA Prom at the Elks Lodge on 100 Eagle Street. The 21+ semi-formal event will be held on July 30, with doors at 8:00 p.m. and running until 1:30 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10, […]

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Williams College to Host Fiction Reading by Author Stephen Graham Jones

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Stephen Graham Jones will read from his works of fiction at an event at Williams College on Tuesday, March 3, at 4:30 p.m., in Griffin Hall, room 3. The reading is free and open to the public. Jones is an author of experimental, horror, crime, and science fiction. He has published more than 20 books of fiction, […]

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