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THE OTHER SIDE: Monsanto v. General Electric — Round One

It is remarkable what emerges when billions of dollars are at stake, and once colluding polluters decide they need to fight one another.

Death and taxes…some random thoughts

For the serious poet, nothing is more certain than he or she will write about death at some point. And what about taxes? It was a subject that rarely came up since poets hardly ever acquired enough income to think about them.

Celebrating its 250th anniversary, The Red Lion Inn roared into 2024 with a 1920’s themed New Year’s Eve Extravaganza

This event will live in the memories of all who were lucky enough to be in attendance - it was surely the place to be.

THE OTHER SIDE: Sue Monsanto, save Lee — a modest proposal (Part Two)

Thanks to our share of Aroclor, we in Berkshire County have been victims of GE and Monsanto’s gross incompetence, remarkable negligence, and their unrelenting impulse to put profit before worker safety, and the public health and our environment.

A day and night filled with holiday delights in Great Barrington

“An event like this is a positive thing for our businesses because it brings thousands of people into our town to shop,” Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce President Dawn Stanyon told The Edge. “It’s great for people to have a good feeling about Great Barrington, which makes them want to come back into town again."

BITS & BYTES: ‘Like Magic’ at MASS MoCA; National Tour preview at Adams Theater; Jewish Federation hosts Dennis Ross; Forest bathing with Berkshire County...

The exhibition “Like Magic” brings together artists who employ technologies of magic to resist systems that attempt to surveil and control people’s lives and stories, often because of their race, ability, sexuality, gender identity, indigeneity, or immigration status.

Founders Weekend celebrates town spirit

“Over the years, this has become a real community event, but also an event for people outside of our town,” Lee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathy DeVarennes said about Founders Weekend. “Lee has always had a special place in my heart and it is a wonderful town that still has some of the same values as hometown America.”

Jacob’s Pillow celebrates community

“I think Community Day is a chance for people who might not always come to the Jacob’s Pillow for regular programming to experience it in a new way,” said Jacob's Pillow School Programs Fellow Lauren Bramlett.

Jacob’s Pillow, Just Sole! Street Dance Company, Pittsfield’s Funk Box Dance Studio take part in Berkshire Busk!

A free Berkshire Busk! performance on Friday, July 14, organized by Jacob’s Pillow On The Road, featured Philadelphia's Just Sole! Street Dance Theater Company and Funk Box Dance Studio of Pittsfield.

Pittsfield goes all out in celebrating Independence Day

"The reason why we have so many people here is because people take pride in their city," said President and COO of MountainOne Jonathan Denmark before the event. "There has always been a sense of pride and celebration every year on Independence Day. People love to come out and get together for their community."

Pittsfield goes all out in celebrating Independence Day

"The reason why we have so many people here is because people take pride in their city," said President and COO of MountainOne Jonathan Denmark before the event. "There has always been a sense of pride and celebration every year on Independence Day. People love to come out and get together for their community."

Rouge – Well established and popular restaurant for sale

Maggie Merelle and Stephen Schoenfeld of William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty offer a turnkey opportunity to buy one of the Berkshire's most popular restaurants.