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Decorative Arts Look Better Than Ever in Remodeled Clark
New life will be breathed into the Clark Art Institute's decorative art pieces when the museum re-opens on July 4. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Everyone at the Clark Art Institute is excited about all the new things for visitors to see when the museum reopens on July 4. But part of the new
Williams Students, Wild Oats Offer New Grocery Program For Food Bank
Wild Oats cashier Chris Mowe shows the Suspended Groceries card at the register at the Williamstown market. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A partnership between the Williams College student group, Wild Oats Market and the Berkshire Food Project has produced an innovative and dignified
Classical Beat: 'Kate' Is Iffy, Tanglewood Is A Sure Bet
'Kiss Me, Kate,' running through July 12 at Barrington Stage Company in Pittsfield, has wonderful performances but is a bit frenetic. Dear iBerkshires readers: I’m Stephen (Steve) Dankner, a composer and pianist. I’ll be writing weekly previews of upcoming classical music
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Mount Greylock Committee Facing Open Meeting Law Complaint
Mount Greylock Regional School Committee counsel Fred Dupere is drafting the committee's response to an Open Meeting Law complaint. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School Committee on Tuesday reacted to an Open Meetings Law complaint lodged against one of its
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Down Street Art Season Refocuses on Public Art
BCRC Director Jonathan Secor discusses this season of Down Street Art, which kicks off June 26 in North Adams. NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Berkshire Cultural Resource Center has presented the new exhibits and galleries that will join Down Street Art throughout the summer. BCRC Director
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Redesigned Clark Will Feature Expanded Shop
The 'Fragment Eternal,' the handiwork of Japanese-born artist Kayo Saito, is one of the many items Japanese items to be featured in the new expanded gift shop at the Clark Art Institute. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — When you come to the Clark Art Institute to check out its new
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Lanesborough Official Pressed to Commit to SU-71
Lanesborough Elementary School Committee members Regina DiLego and Robert Barton participate in Monday's meeting of Superintendency Union 71. LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — School officials from Mount Greylock Regional School and Williamstown Elementary School on Monday evening again pressed
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Stuebner Reflects on Winning Scarborough Award
Dr. Win Stuebner, right, listens to the citation awarding him the Faith R. Scarborough Community Service Award at Town Meeting in May. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — When Erwin (Win) Stuebner Jr. retired after more than 30 years as a primary care physician with the Williamstown Medical
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Clark Galleries Will Have Fresh Look
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Patrons flock to the Clark Art Institute for the world-class collection of paintings on the wall. Odds are they do not give too much thought to the paint on the walls. But the creative team behind the Clark's multi-year, multi-million dollar renovation spent a lot of time making sure they got everything just
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Former Spruces Resident Gets Assist in Home Demo
Arthur Smith of North Adams and formerly of Williamstown's Spruces Mobile Home Park, left, meets with Williams College alumni who on Saturday helped him dismantle his former home. See more photos here. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Arthur Smith can tell you some stories, but he is not the kind
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