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Meet ..."Asian-Americans: No More Perpetual Foreigners," is the theme of a panel discussion being presented by the Pittsfield Human Rights Commission, at 2 p.m., on Sunday, Sept. 10, at the Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield. Free and open … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — When 14-year-old Diego Mongue was asked this summer if he had a band that could represent the region in the Youth Showcases coming up this January as part of the International … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — They spent the summer training for one of their most important assignments yet: to monitor, document and analyze data from one of the biggest solar events of the year."We spent at least eight hours a day together, working to get … more
Meet ...At 4 p.m. on Saturday, volunteers from the Stockbridge Library's Procter Museum & Archives invite you to meet the fascinating people of Church Street, as the group presents, "Church Street: Home of the Famous and Memorable," part of its … more
Massachusetts has always been on the forefront when it comes to education, be it progress, reform or innovation.This academic year, students, teachers, families and legislators will be no less subject to dealing with changes and proposals on … more
Meet ... "Education in Northern Berkshire: A NEW Vision for our Region," is the theme for this month's Northern Berkshire Community Coalition forum. It's scheduled from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The efforts of Berkshire Country Day School students continue to be highlighted in the results of the national IWitness Video Challenge to share community stories.The annual contest is sponsored by the USC Shoah Foundation: The … more
Meet ...The "Save Our Shakespeare at Taconic Inc." group will hold a benefit "Paint A Mug," class from 6-9 p.m., on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at The Dirty Brush, 141 North St., Pittsfield. The event will help raise funds to support Taconic High School … more
NORTH ADAMS — For some parents, the idea of their children being immersed in video games all summer is the worst. But some have discovered, through a summer camp program called "Young Hacks Academy," there's some good that can come out of it … more
BECKET — With support from working a couple of jobs, holding some fundraisers and getting a generous amount of support from family members and friends, Mt. Everett Regional School junior Emellin Pineda got to go on the summer trip of her … more
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