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PITTSFIELD — The year 2017 has been full of recognition for incredible black cinematic creations."Hidden Figures," "Fences," "I Am Not Your Negro," and of course the winner of the Oscar for best picture, "Moonlight."The Academy Awards was a … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — My modest collection of Berkshire literary curiosities includes a 5x8-inch sheet of paper with the fourth stanza of "Home" handwritten and signed by the poet Dora Read Goodale, "Seattle, Wash., June 16, 1914." more
EAST CHATHAM, N.Y. — The days are cold and gray; nights, dark and frigid. The entire natural world is at a snowbound standstill awaiting the gradual warming of spring. February is the hardest month, a month when food supplies dwindle or are … more
PITTSFIELD — Since the establishment of crowdfunding sites such as GoFundMe, Kickstarter, and Patreon, individuals and teams on the internet have been able to subvert traditional means of publishing and distribution by cutting out the middle … more
WORCESTER — St. Joe High is history. Its last school year is ending, students are rearranging plans for next year, alumni and friends are sharing memories, at once mourning St Joe's loss and celebrating its life well lived, as at a funeral.St … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Berkshire history questions fly my way, and while some challenge my ability to come up with a good answer, all show the wide curiosity about our rich heritage.In the past several months I have been asked:What's the history … more
By Carrie SaldoIncreased diversity at Pittsfield Public Schools Teacher diversity is at a 10- year high in city schools. "This is not by accident," Superintendent Jason "Jake" McCandless told the School Committee on Wednesday. "This is because … more
HONG KONG — The summit between President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping could be described as a triumph of style over substance but for the fact that, on the Asian side of the Pacific, style can be very much synonymous with … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — At the 2017 Bay State Games Figure Skating Competition, held at Williams College's Chapman Rink, I was glad to not be a judge. They are respected, have comfortable chairs to sit on, and are up close to the rink for a good view … more
STOCKBRIDGE — For more than 200 years, a hotel has sat at the corner of South and West Streets in Pittsfield. There currently is the Crowne Plaza, which The Eagle reported earlier this month is facing foreclosure proceedings. more
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