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  1. It's all about the food, but the annual Greek Fest is also all about the dancingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    From left, Corinne Keegan, Caroleena Tyer and Alaina Keegan dance to live music at Greek Fest at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Pittsfield Sunday, August 20, 2017. Loukoumades, balls of dough or dumplings, deep fry before syrup, walnuts and cinnamon are added.

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  2. Work starts on Tanglewood complexRead the original story

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    William L. Rawn III, Joyce Linde, John Williams, Andris Nelsons, Richard Sebring, and Mark Volpe break ground on Tanglwood's new building project. Additional comments on the Boston Symphony's $40 million investment in new and upgraded facilities at Tanglewood, including the $30 million Tanglewood Music Center/Tanglewood Learning Institute complex: "We look forward to a future for Tanglewood that redefines the way a modern major symphony presents its art, passes its knowledge and shares its passion for listeners and its public."

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  3. 'Enough is enough': Hundreds turned up to tune out neo-Nazi hate-mongeringRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Hundreds of people of all ages gather at Park Square in Pittsfield during a standout against hate and for equality and justice in counterpoint to the white supremacist ralllies happening around the country on Saturday August 19, 2017. Hundreds of people of all ages gather at Park Square in Pittsfield during a standout against hate and for equality and justice in counterpoint to the white supremacist ralllies happening around the country on Saturday August 19, 2017.

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  4. It's Backpack Challenge time: Giveaway to aid families with school suppliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    For many Berkshire families, back-to-school time spells financial struggle. There simply isn't enough money to buy all the supplies their student needs for the upcoming school year.

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  5. Letter: Museum must change to survive and growRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    To the editor: No one likes to see a museum forced to deacquisition its collections. But in our view, museums are dynamic institutions that must adapt to changing times if they are to play a vital role in their respective communities, as no museum can afford to be all things to all people.

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  6. Letter: Explore other options to finance museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    To the editor: Twenty-some years ago I had the good fortune to work with Michael Govan, who was assistant to Thomas Krens at the time that the Williams College Museum of Art was undergoing a major expansion. Michael was a very bright young man and I judged that in time he would go far.

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  7. Letter: Issue is implementing museum board's planRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    To the editor: Since coming to Pittsfield in 1974, my late wife, Ruth, and I have been supporters of the Berkshire Museum. In fact, we received our only parking ticket for overtime parking when we were preparing "Gramma's Tree" for the Festival of Trees.

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  8. Pittsfield activists to protest neo-Nazi movementRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    As the heat rises in what has grown into a deadly summer of hate, the Southern Poverty Law Center is advising citizens and activists to stay away from neo-Nazi and other white nationalist rallies, and protest bigotry in other locations instead, and to do it peacefully. Many activists are doing just that Saturday, with people planning to face down their fears and oppose white supremacy in public, here and in cities around the country.

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  9. LENOX Thistlewood mansion sells for $3.57 million Highest priced...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Thistlewood, a 26-room, 19th century Gilded Age cottage in Lenox, just sold for $3.57 million, the largest residential property transaction in the Berkshires since 2014. Thistlewood, a 26-room, 19th century Gilded Age cottage in Lenox, just sold for $3.57 million, the largest residential property transaction in the Berkshires since 2014.

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  10. Equality in focus: In "Create Equal,' four plays will examine America's promiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Lora Lee Ecobelli portrays Fanny Kemble and Andrew Joffe portrays Pierce Butler during rehearsal of the staged reading Mrs. Butler Returns, one of the four short plays that are a part of Created Equal by Jesse Waldinger, at Temple Anshe Amunim in Pittsfield. Hana Kenny portrays Amelia Hall, center, Andrew Joffe portrays Pierce Butler, and Lora Lee Ecobelli portrays Fanny Kemble during rehearsal of the staged reading Mrs. Butler Returns, one of the four short plays that are a part of Created Equal by Jesse Waldinger, at Temple Anshe Amunim in Pittsfield.

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  11. Pittfield's quiet gift: Remembering Wilbert N. Stockton Sr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    During his race against Raymon S. Webster III, Wilbert N. Stockton won by a single vote and served as the first black city council member for the city of Pittsfield. Here Stockton is sworn in as city council member for the first time.

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  12. Mayoral candidate vows responsivenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Peter Oleskiewicz has jumped into the race for mayor. With just days remaining before the deadline, Oleskiewicz was the final candidate to take out nomination papers to run for office, but returned them on time this week.

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  13. Judy Waters: Pioneering Pittsfield doc broke barriers, defied normsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Compassion was missing among many when a GOP bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act recently threatened health care coverage for those most in need, prompting the American Medical Association to voice opposition. A pioneering woman physician who made her home in Pittsfield and for whom compassion was a way of life, would have taken courageous measures, no doubt, to stop such a bill today.

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  14. Letter: Financial history of museum neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    To the editor: Joining many others, I object to the Berkshire Museum's pending sale of 40 artworks to fund a renovation and an endowment. Many of these pieces, by Rockwell, Church, Bierstadt, Calder and others, constitute the core of the museum's collection and the cultural legacy of the Berkshires.

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  15. The Scene | Hancock Shaker Village "Here We Grow" Gala Goes All NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    The significance of preserving and treasuring our history is a value and objective we share in the Berkshires and beyond. Our history is where we find the tools to build our future and the pieces of time that engage and link us to our past.

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  16. Barrington Stage re-examines a Sondheim classicRead the original story

    Aug 10, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Aaron Tveit takes on the leading role of a 35-year-old bachelor named Bobby in Barrington Stage Company's production of Stephen Sondheim's "Company," through Sept. 2 at BSC's Boyd-Quinson Mainstage on Union Street in Pittsfield.

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  17. Our opinion: Looking forward to a Markey town hallRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Congressional summer recess is a time for senators and representatives to embark on taxpayer-financed fact-finding missions to places like London, Paris and Rome - and failing that, to return home to take the temperature of their constituencies. In this spirit, one of our U.S. senators, Ed Markey, ventured out into the hinterland of Western Massachusetts last Monday to hold a town hall meeting.

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  18. Nurse staffing remains a dividing line in Berkshire Medical Center, union contract talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Disagreement over proper nurse staffing at Berkshire Medical Center remains a dividing line in contract talks, against the backdrop of a possible strike. Negotiators for the hospital this week rejected an alternative approach to staffing advanced July 20 by members of the Massachusetts Nurses Association.

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  19. Molly Meczywor named AD at Hoosac ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    Longtime Drury teacher and administrator Molly Meczywor is trading in her Drury blue for Hoosac Valley red, as the Hurricanes' girls lacrosse coach accepted the athletic director position at Hoosac Valley. Meczywor will also serve as an English teacher at the school.

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  20. Berkshire Mall exhibit celebrates the history of baseball in the countyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2017 | Berkshire Eagle

    PITTSFIELD - Anyone from Berkshire County knows how proud the county is of its historical association with the game of baseball. In Pittsfield, a record of baseball games goes back to 1791, a bylaw governing where the game could be played downtown.

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