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Williamstown Cal Ripken Stars Lose Second Outing at States
SUTTON, Mass. -- The Williamstown 10-and-under Cal Ripken baseball all-stars fell to 1-1 in pool play at the state tournament with a 7-6 loss to Hudson on Saturday afternoon.   Williamstown rallied from a 6-4 deficit to tie it in the top of the sixth thanks to a one-out RBI single by Alex Axt and a bases loaded walk drawn by Miles
Williamstown Cal Ripken Stars Win Opener at States
SUTTON, Mass. -- The Williamstown 10-under Cal Ripken all-stars battled back from a 4-0 deficit to take an 11-4 win from defending state champion Frontier in Williamstown's first game at the state tournament on Saturday.   Landen Jamula struck out five and gave up three earned runs before getting an inning of 1-2-3 relief from
Rain, Renoir, Revelry on Williamstown's Fourth
The Clark Art Institute opened its newly built and renovated galleries on Friday. See more Clark photos here; see photos from the parade and readings at WCMA here. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — This July Fourth was a great day to soak up some culture and get soaked by Mother
Fourth of July: The Declaration of Independence
A reminder what today is really all about: The adoption of a (literally) revolutionary document that stated the grievances of the colonists against England and their resolve to pursue a course of self-determination — without the bindings of hereditary rule. The
Clark Art's Evolution Continues With July 4 Reopening
The old Clark meets the new Clark at the intersection of Tadao Ando's Clark Center, foreground, and the 1955 'white building.' WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The physical expansion of the Clark Art Institute makes its public debut on Friday.   But it is only the next step in a
iForum: Heroin or Hero-in?
I sit alone finally writing about a subject that I have remained silent about due to my profession and what potentially may be a perception that not everyone agrees with. That being said, I expect criticism, I expect to be called an idiot or told that I don't know what I am talking about. I assume that many will believe it is impossible or
'Obvious Child': Adulthood the Hard Way
Popcorn Column by Michael S. Goldberger   A24  Jenny Slate plays Donna Stern, a woman on a difficult, if sometimes comical, path to adulthood. While coming of age stories are a dime a dozen in Filmdom, they rarely deal with the
Local Team's DriveRite App Encourages Safe Driving
Three area men have created a smart phone app to deter distracted driving. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Friday is about freedom.   And with freedom comes responsibility.   But when tens of millions of Americans hit the road this Fourth of July weekend, it is a fair bet that hundreds
Renegade Pragmatist David Smith Shown at Clark
David Smith's sculptures are on display this summer at the Clark Art Institute in an exhibit called 'Raw Color.' WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — This summer's David Smith show at the Clark Art Institute explores how the 20th century sculptor brought color to sculpture. It also
Say 'Va Bene!' to 'Bleu!' at Jacob's Pillow
Editor's Note: This is a second installment of The Mom Review, a summerlong series of reviews of family-friendly theater, dance, art exhibits, etc., by iBerkshires Community Editor Rebecca Dravis and her 8-year-old daughter, Noelle, who hope to give you some ideas for summer family fun. I've never seen two-dozen young children sit
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