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Mary Pope Osborne Jan 30
Stay warm today everyone! What a perfect day to read a book! 📚
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 28
“I am full of hope.” Andrea Harrington, Berkshire County’s new district attorney, at Sunday’s Four Freedoms gathering at Berkshire Community College, with hundreds in attendance, including
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NormanRockwellMuseum Jan 18
We are offering FREE admission to all furloughed federal government employees impacted by the . Federal employees, with proper government ID, are invited to bring one guest and enjoy a relaxing visit to the Museum on us during the course of the shutdown.
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 14
State Senator Adam Hinds will kickstart his public outreach campaign this year with a Speak Up Western Mass. public forum in the northern Berkshires, Thursday, January 24, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Freight Yard Pub & Restaurant, 1 Furnace St., North Adams. All are welcome.
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 10
How does the Magic Tree House creative team dynamic work? “They take what I offer and they offer so much more. Randy [Court]’s music captures in emotion so much more than I can put in words. I trust this team. That’s what makes it work.” at the
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 10
“Music is mysterious. And it’s dangerous. And it’s magical. But it ain’t magic. It’s language. And it’s the language of emotion.” Composer Randy Courts and the rest of the Magic Tree House team during a talk tonight with at the .
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 10
“Mary has such a knack at tapping into people’s humanity. Her work translates beautifully to the stage.” Playwright Jenny Laird, speaking about during a talk tonight at the
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NormanRockwellMuseum Jan 7
Conveying a story well is an art--through writing, singing, movement, or illustration. Join author + her Magic Tree House Team at NRM this Thurs. 5:30 pm. for a look at “The Art of Story Telling." Presented in conjunction w/
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Berkshire Magazine Jan 5
Lots happening this weekend and into next week. First up is an exhibition opening of the winning images for Berkshire Magazine’s Secret Places in the Berkshires photo contest. Today (Saturday) at 2 pm at Stamneyer Gallery in W. Stockbridge.
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Berkshire Grown Dec 28
Taking down your Christmas Tree, this weekend? Why not dispose of it at your local goat farm. Goats make short work of all of that evergreen goodness. Let us know where you are dropping yours off.
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MASS MoCA Dec 27
"You finally got me here, bro." — to James Turrell this morning
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Berkshire Magazine Dec 24
“Ask the world to reveal its quietude — not the silence of machines when they are still, but the true quiet by which birdsongs, trees, bellworts, snails, clouds, storms become what they are, and are nothing else.” (Wendell Berry) Wishing you peace in this holiday season.
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Berkshire Magazine Dec 7
“However much you are prepared, death still comes as a surprise.” — the Rev. Michael Bernier, Sacred Heart Church. Lauri Klefos, Feb 26, 1956-Nov 28, 2018
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Berkshire Magazine Nov 28
Skiing is on our mind with all this snow. The Winter issue of Berkshire Magazine’s cover story is on Mount Greylock's Thunderbolt Trail and backcountry skiing, written by Karen Berger and photographed by Bradley Wakoff. Inside, our quarterly biz413, holiday gift guide, and more.
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Berkshire Magazine Nov 22
Berkshire Magazine presents the winning images in the first Secret Places in the Berkshires photo contest. Feast your eyes on these photos.
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Berkshire Magazine Oct 4
“Facts are merely what we already know. They are, by definition, what can never surpass us. Once in the mind, they form a hardened lump. They’re all that survive the death of a spirit.” — from Luigi Pirandello’s “Naked,” now on stage.
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Berkshire Magazine Oct 1
It's harvest time in the Berkshires, and a new crop is on the horizon, on the cover of our October issue. “Green Rush” is the feature story by , photos by Megan Haley. Also stories on in the 413, and more.
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Berkshire Magazine Sep 9
Announcing our 2018 SECRET PLACES IN THE BERKSHIRES photo contest! Where is a location that you have discovered, where you can steal away and find special moments of contemplation, beauty, and reflection?
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Berkshire Magazine Aug 30
The look, the feel, the outdoors, the education, the culture, the people, the community, the Berkshires. It’s all here, in our September issue, on newsstands now. Cover photo by Bill Wright, taken Wheatleigh Hotel. In this issue, the Berkshire 25!
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Berkshire Magazine Aug 27
“Never mistake motion for action.” — Ernest Hemingway. Action is what it’s all about with these individuals who move our community towards a better way of life. Congratulations to this year’s Berkshire 25 — and thank you.
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