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    Distinguished Lecture 9-22-19 at the Lenox Library: Eugene Johnson, “Inventing the Opera House.”

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    The Lenox Library begins its latest Distinguished Lecture Series, now in its 13th year, on September 22nd. Eugene J. Johnson, Amos Lawrence Professor of Art, Emeritus, will present "Inventing the Opera House: Theater Architecture in Renaissance and Baroque Italy." Johnson traces the invention of the opera house, a building type of world-wide importance. Italy ...

    New Memoir Workshop Series Begins September 15

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    LENOX, MA—Veteran writing teacher Jennifer Browdy, PhD, launches a new series of monthly memoir workshops open to anyone interested in exploring their life stories through writing. The series, entitled “The Alchemy of Purposeful  Memoir,” will focus on a different theme each month, beginning with “Seeking Love” on September 15. Each session will take place ...

    New Marlborough artists on exhibit

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    By Emily Thurlow The perspectives of seven artists from New Marlborough have been crafted together into an invitational mixed media show that’s currently on display. Dozens flocked to the 22nd annual New Marlborough Artists Show on Friday for its opening reception at the Meeting House Gallery. The show provides a way to follow artists and […]

    Join us for Crescendo’s Season Opening Concert!

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    This Weekend’s Concerts: Come and hear music by the “Rock Stars” of 17th century Italy! We are thrilled to announce our new season programs! This year our program will offer something for everyone, from our first semi-staged Spanish Baroque comical opera, to some of the most festive music that Bach and Handel ever wrote. There […]

    Brothers open head shop for the home grower

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    By Hannah Shirley GREAT BARRINGTON— As a burgeoning cannabis industry continues to blossom in Berkshire County, dispensaries aren’t the only new shops to open. Brothers Daniel and Max Lowenstein, who operate the county’s only cannabis accessory shop that also specializes in cannabis growing accessories, said they have high hopes of seeing other new business ...

    Come learn about Tree Care at River Walk

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    GREAT BARRINGTON -- On Saturday, September 28th River Walk is inviting tree-minded community members to Save A Tree, a learning event focused on the best care and maintenance of large trees. Local land care expert, Tom Ingersoll will lead this hands-on workshop aimed at teaching the steps needed to encourage the health of large trees. […]

    Veteran Lenox tub parade participant Tjasa Sprague will give a tea & talk at Ventfort Hall, Saturday, September 7.

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    LENOX, MA.  Ventfort Hall board member and veteran Lenox Tub Parade participant Tjasa Sprague will present a Tea & Talk on the story of this traditional event that dates back to the Gilded Age in the Berkshires.  She will give her visual presentation on Saturday, September 7 at 3:30 pm followed by a Victorian Tea.  […]

    Andy Goldsworthy Documentary

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    Friends of the Great Barrington Libraries will host a free screening of Leaning Into the Wind -Andy Goldsworthy, in the vaulted reading room of the Mason Library on Saturday, September 7th. Sixteen years after the release of the ground-breaking film Rivers and Tides, this new documentary film follows Goldsworthy on his exploration of the world and himself […]

    Tableware shop fills hole in downtown

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    GREAT BARRINGTON — When Abby Webster and Andy Pruhenski opened Sett, a specialty tableware shop, they wanted it to be completely separate from their six-year-old store, One Mercantile. But Webster said when longtime customers walk into the new space, which opened in April, they comment that they can recognize Webster and Pruhenski’s distinct taste immediately. ...