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About Town American Legion Post 69: Monthly joint meeting of American Legion Post 69, Sons Squadron 69 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 69, Thursday, Feb.   Full Story
 
 
9 children's authors who call the Berkshires home

Springfield may have the twisting rhymes of Dr. Seuss, but the Berkshires has its share of colorful characters brought to life by local children/young adult authors and illustrators.

With school vacation just around the corner, grab a copy of a few of these titles and support some local authors you may not know share your zip code.

Here are nine children's book authors who live in the Berkshires: Full Story

At Berkshire Museum, a world of wonders unfolds in a zoo unlike any other
PITTSFIELD — You could say the Berkshire Museum's newest exhibit — filled with an extensive selection of photography, sculpture, paintings, skeletons, taxidermy and one living lizard — is a bit of a zoo. Full Story

Former BSO leader Seiji Ozawa to return to Tanglewood
LENOX — For the first time in 10 years, the Boston Symphony Orchestra's former music director, Seiji Ozawa, will return to Tanglewood this summer for two public performances. Full Story

A critic's choice of the artists who made 2015 a visionary year for theater in the Berkshires
Just a nod or two to the theater artists whose contributions enriched the theater year 2015. Full Story

A year of change in classical music in the Berkshires
Change came in a big way to both the Boston Symphony and the Berkshire Symphony during 2015. Full Story