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PITTSFIELD — The majority of the artwork Berkshire Museum intends to sell at auction has left the Berkshires.The museum announced plans earlier this month for a $60 million "reinvention" largely dependent on the sale of 40 works from its … more
PITTSFIELD — There was a significant percentage of people at Saturday morning's protest in front of the Berkshire Museum who admitted to being angry. Others said they were frustrated by the museum's plan to sell at total of 40 pieces of art to … more
The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts announces the return of its annual Walk & Roll fundraiser starting at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail.Residents can register as individuals, set up a team, start a … more
The Memory Clinic of Bennington, Vt., will present a free talk on Alzheimer's disease from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, at Sugar Hill Assisted Living, 45 Main St.Discussion will include emerging research on the role of sleep in Alzheimer's … more
The South Berkshire Household Hazardous Waste Collaborative will hold a paint and oil collection for its 15 participating towns from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Great Barrington … more
BOSTON — From the home of the New England Patriots to a mall in Leominster to the William Stanley Business Park in Pittsfield, 26 sites in Massachusetts want to host Amazon's second … more
The Richmond-West Stockbridge Artists Guild will be hosting Paint/Photograph Together sessions from 9:30 to noon Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 1 and 2, as part of the Lenox Paint-Out Art Show taking place later in the week.Special prizes will be … more
Leaders of the former North Adams Regional Hospital will not face penalties for failing to provide adequate public notice of their plan to close in 2014, the state Attorney General's office revealed Wednesday.The decision was detailed in letters … more
PITTSFIELD — While a new law sets terms for recreational marijuana sales in Massachusetts, local officials have a lot to learn.To jump-start their understanding, the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission will convene a free workshop Aug. 31 … more
Dalton native and portrait artist Brian DiNicola has had an incredible summer.His artwork was selected by juror George Kinghorn, executive director and curator at the University of Maine Museum of Art, in a juried artist book competition hosted by … more
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