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Mount Greylock Committee Moves Toward Complaint Resolution
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:20PM / Tuesday, July 01, 2014
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The School Committee on Tuesday dealt with an Open Meeting complaint and gave Superintendent Rose Ellis her evaluation. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Tuesday voted to approve a resolution to a the Open Meeting Law complaint that resulted from an email sent by one of its members.   By a vote of 5-0-1 with the member in question, Robert Ericson, abstaining, the committee OK'd language negotiated by the district's legal counsel and the complainant, Lanesborough resident Richard Cohen.   The letter explains that Ericson "did not intend to violate any provision of the Open Meeting Law" and, in fact, only communicated

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Clark Exhibit Marks First U.S. Trip for Chinese Bronzes
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
09:09PM / Monday, June 30, 2014
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Bronzes from the Shanghai Museum will be on display at the Clark Art Institute when the museum reopens to the public this Friday, July 4.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Clark Art Institute is shedding some new light on some old treasures this summer.

The first installation in the museum's new visitor and exhibition center, the Clark Center, is a collection of Chinese bronze vessels dating from 1800 B.C. to the eighth century A.D.

The works have rarely left their native soil. Most have never been to the United States. And if you happened to see them at the Shanghai Museum, you did not see them quite like this.

"[Architect Annabelle Selldorf] came up with the

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Williamstown Community Preschool Installs New Signage
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Kerrigan Boasting Experience In Bid For Lt. Gov.
By Andy McKeever,
06:30PM / Monday, June 30, 2014
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Steve Kerrigan ate lunch with his dog Cooper at the Marketplace Cafe on North Street in Pittsfield on Friday.

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Steve Kerrigan remembers being on the phone with former Mayor Gerald Doyle trying to figure out how to give the city a chance to survive its largest economic collapse — the closure of General Electric.   "We spent two years working with the EPA, the city, state DEP and with General Electric to make sure that we pumped the brakes a little bit and thought about what was right for the community, the environment, and economic growth," Kerrigan said during an interview on Friday.   "We came up with the

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Red-letter Day: Clark Art's Granite Helps Tie Campus Together
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
09:30PM / Sunday, June 29, 2014
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Japanese architect Tadao Ando participates in Saturday's panel discussion with the help of his interpreter, right.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — One of the Clark Art Institute's special exhibitions this summer celebrates how a pioneering sculptor rediscovered the use of color in his medium.

On Saturday, the architectural team behind the Clark's renovation and expansion explained how a critical color choice helped pull that project together.

At the outset of the more than decade-long endeavor, the Clark was faced with two seemingly irreconcilable realities: It wanted a world-renowned architect to be the driving force behind the expansion, and it

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Governor Helps Clark Art Open its Doors
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
09:04PM / Sunday, June 29, 2014
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Gov. Deval Patrick meets with Chinese Ambassador Sun Guoxiang as Clark Associate Director Tom Loughman, right, looks on. iBerkshires.com has complete coverage of the grand re-opening of the Clark; click here. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The renovation and expansion of the Clark Art Institute has drawn a lot of compliments over the last couple of days.   But the governor of Massachusetts had a special reason to be impressed.   "I'm a frustrated architect, so first of all, ot the architects and landscape designers, I'm jealous of what you have produced and incredibly impressed by it," Deval Patrick told a crowd of 700 Clark supporters gathered on the terrace

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'Jersey Boys': Working Its Way Back to You
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
12:06PM / Saturday, June 28, 2014
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Popcorn Column
by Michael S. Goldberger  
Four 'Jersey Boys' find fame and fortune as the Four Seasons in this Eastwood-directed film based on the Broadway play.

Point of disclosure: I'm from Jersey. I knew guys of the sort depicted in Clint Eastwood's adaptation of the Broadway hit "Jersey Boys." They were called baddies or greasers, and generally wore black leather jackets, high roll-collar shirts and shiny pants.

My clique, a subset of the penny loafer, white jeans and madras shirt faction, took pride in echoing those words from the Beach Boys' "I Get Around": "Yeah, the bad guys know

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North Berkshire Community Invited to Speak to Health Care Consultants
Staff Reports, iBerkshires Staff
07:08AM / Saturday, June 28, 2014
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A health care consultant will hear from the community this Tuesday at the weekly meeting at the American Legion.

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Community members will have a chance to provide their perspective on the medical needs of the community this Tuesday.

Representatives from Stroudwater Associates will attend the weekly meeting at the American Legion on Tuesday beginning at 6 p.m.

Those interested in commenting should arrive early and sign in to speak. Comments should be in writing and be limited to two minutes. The public is invited to attend.

The health care consulting firm based in Portland, Maine, has been commissioned by the state to assess the health care needs and access

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It's A Family Affair at Williamstown Theatre Festival
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
11:01PM / Friday, June 27, 2014
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The cast of 'June Moon,' rehearses for the Williamstown Theatre Festival's first show of the summer.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Jessica Stone is an accomplished actor and director, but there was nothing fake about the emotion in her voice on Friday morning as she talked about Nicholas Martin.

As the Williamstown Theatre Festival prepared to embark upon its 60th season, Stone talked about the legacy of longtime WTF director and former artistic director Nicholas Martin, who died this spring at 75.   Stone broke the jovial mood of a morning press event at the Williams Inn to share some heartfelt words about her friend.   "Nicky really was like a second father to

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Williamstown Cal Ripken All-Stars Win District
iBerkshires.com Sports,
08:48PM / Friday, June 27, 2014
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LEE, Mass. — Derek Paris pitched 4-1/3 innings of two-run relief to lead the Williamstown Cal Ripken 10-and-under all-stars to a 7-4 win over Lee that clinched the district championship on Friday evening.   Williamstown swept a best-of-three series with wins on Thursday and Friday.   Both Williamstown and Lee move on to the state tournament in Sutton, July 5-8.   On Friday, Paris took over with the bases loaded and two out in the second and got his man to pop up to the mound. He went the rest of the way, striking out six and allowing three hits, three walks and one earned run.   Oscar Lowe went 3-for-3 with a run scored for Williamstown. Landen Jamula was 2-for-3

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Clark Races Clock, Wows First Visitors
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
07:17PM / Friday, June 27, 2014
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Members of the media gathered along the new reflecting pool for a preview of the Clark Art Institute's $145 million renovation. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — As construction crews raced to put the finishing touches on the Clark Art Institute's landscape, the museum Friday showed off the features that will broaden the cultural landscape of North County.   Opening day to the general public is still a week away, but on Friday afternoon architects Tadao Ando, Douglas Reed, Gary Hilderbrand, Annabelle Selldorf and Madeline Burke-Vigeland joined the Clark's curators and top brass in playing tour guides to members of the press from throughout the region and around the

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