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PITTSFIELD — There's no lecture-style setup — rows of desks and chairs and a lectern — in the classrooms where Mark Lausier and David Pemble teach at Taconic High School. But there are workbenches and welding masks, steel cutters … more
NORTH ADAMS — Each school day, hundreds of teachers in Berkshire County enter classrooms and hallways with the mission to help raise up the next generations of children, no matter where they come from, how they think or what they aspire to do … more
PITTSFIELD — The county's young actors are casting a wider net to rope in more opportunities for their peers to perform on professional stages.This week, Berkshire Theatre Group will open its curtains for two special performances: the premiere … more
Meet ...In conjunction with its current exhibition, "Hanna-Barbera: The Architects of Saturday Morning," the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge will present an afternoon with Hanna-Barbera writer and musician Glenn Leopold at 2 p.m. on Sunday. … more
PITTSFIELD — They're less like a class and more like a family. And right now, they're entrenched in singing together, dancing together and all things 1980s. They are Proteus, the student actors and crew members of Pittsfield High School's … more
PITTSFIELD — The seventh grade at Nessacus Regional Middle School has been putting some new twists on how classes study ancient Greece. more
Meet ...The Williams College "Tuesday Teas" series concludes at 4 p.m. today, in the Stetson Reading Room, at the college's Sawyer Library. Jason Josephson-Storm, chair and associate professor of religion, will discuss his forthcoming book, "The … more
NORTH ADAMS — What do the neuroscience of love, the risks of hydrofracking and a mysterious traveling cat named Magic have in common? They were all featured topics at the 15th annual Undergraduate Research Conference at MCLA.The day-long … more
Meet ...The second annual Outspoken Youth Poetry Festival will take place this Friday through Sunday, with free workshops, peer-led open mics, and competitive poetry slams for young people ages 15 to 24. Registration can be done as an individual or … more
PITTSFIELD — After being inspired by narrative photography portrait projects like Robert X. Fogarty's "Dear World," and Brandon Stanton's "Humans of New York," Miss Hall's School seniors Gabriela Keator and Mikala L'Hote developed their own … more
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