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Weekend Outlook: Celebrating Pride Month
By Sabrina Damms, iBerkshires Staff
08:59AM / Saturday, June 04, 2022
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Berkshire County will be kicking off Pride month this warm sunny weekend with a variety of indoor and outdoor events including festivals, parades, crafts, art walks, and farmers markets.    The Common Park, Pittsfield   Pittsfield will be celebrating Pride Month this Saturday with a Berkshire Pride Festival and Parade from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.    Participants are encouraged to bring their friends and family, that includes pets, to watch Pittsfield’s first ever pride parade which will start at 11:30 on Eagle Street.    This rain or shine event will be hosted by Boxxa Vine and will provide “live entertainment, vendors, resource fair, food, and

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Live Storytelling Series at Flat Burger Society
11:52AM / Friday, June 03, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On Tuesday, June 7, The Berkshire Yarn Mill (BYM) will again welcome to the stage anyone who has a tale to tell.   Storytellers' stories must be true, have happened to the teller, pertain to the evening's theme, and must be told with no notes or props. Raconteurs only have five minutes to get through the beginning, middle, and end of their story.   Based closely on the StorySlam competitions popularized by The Moth storytelling events founded by the novelist George Dawes Green, The Berkshire Yarn Mill, in its new home at Flat Burger Society on McKay Street, is meant to be bring community together.    The series, initiated by The Greylock

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WTBR Programs Win National Awards
11:58AM / Thursday, June 02, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Two local programs produced on Pittsfield Community Radio, 89.7 WTBR-FM won Hometown Media Awards in a national contest conducted by the Alliance for Community Media.   "On Patrol with the PPD," produced by the Pittsfield Police Department, and "Wheeling the Pathways of Life," produced by Brian Fitzpatrick, were chosen out of nearly one thousand submissions as best in their categories.   The Hometown Media Awards is the Foundation of the ACM's yearly awards program. It is established to honor and promote community media, community radio, and local cable programs that are distributed on Public, Educational, and Governmental (PEG)

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Berkshire County Historical Society Presents 'Moby-Dick' Monologues
04:07PM / Wednesday, June 01, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On June 8 at 5:30 pm, actor and educator Stephen Collins will perform monologues from Melville's expansive novel "Moby-Dick."    Presented by the Berkshire County Historical Society at Herman Melville's historic Arrowhead, Collins's performance features the musings of Ishmael, Father Mapple, Captain Peleg, Starbuck, and Ahab. This free event is sponsored by Pittsfield Cooperative Bank and Lee Bank Foundation.   Stephen Collins grew up in Cambridge and received a BA in Literature from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He teaches seminars on Walt Whitman, Thomas Hardy, William Shakespeare, Robert Frost, and Contemporary

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Berkshire Historical Society Birding Walk
08:00AM / Monday, May 30, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Join Rene Wendell, president of the Hoffmann Bird Club for a spring migration bird walk on June 4.   This will be a gentle, slow hike around Arrowhead’s fields and forests appropriate for beginners and experienced birders alike.    Attendees will be looking for newly arriving spring migrants such as warbler and flycatcher species like yellow warbler, blackburnian warbler and least flycatcher. Bring binoculars if you have them, water, and appropriate footwear. Heavy rain will cancel this event.    This free event is presented in partnership with the Hoffmann Bird Club. This event is sponsored by MountainOne

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Berkshire Lyric Chorus Returns to Tanglewood This Weekend
By Sabrina Damms, iBerkshires Staff
12:15PM / Saturday, May 28, 2022
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LENOX, Mass. — Nearly 100 voices will peal forth in harmony once more from the Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood this Sunday as the Berkshire Lyric Chorus performs its annual concert for the first time since 2019.    COVID-19 prevented the community's biggest choir consisting of 85 people from performing the annual event and forced it to find virtual alternative options.    "Everyone's vaccinated. We've had to wear masks during rehearsals, which is not very comfortable to sing with, but people are eager to get back to this kind of thing," said Jack Brown, the chorus's executive director. "In a normal year, the choir would

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BFAIR's First Summer Kick-Off Festival
03:54PM / Thursday, May 26, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On June 11, Berkshire Family And Individual Resources (BFAIR) will host its first Summer Kick-Off Festival at the Paterson Field House at Berkshire Community College.   The event will be held from 11 am 3 pm.   There will be a mini-golf tournament, live music, games, activities, raffles, prizes, food trucks and more.   The Paterson Field House is located at 1350 West Street in Pittsfield.   Patrons can support the BFAIR mission of "providing quality services to individuals with developmental disabilities, autism, and acquired brain injury while kicking off the summer with some fun," according to a press

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Barrington Stage Company Celebrates 10th Anniversary
08:05AM / Thursday, May 26, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Barrington Stage Company (BSC) celebrates its 10th anniversary and re-opening of the Sydelle and Lee Blatt Performing Arts Center with Broadway's Joshua Henry in an encore concert, "Joshua Henry Up Close," on Sunday, May 29 at 8:00 p.m.    Tickets are $60, by calling 413-236-8888 or online at barringtonstageco.org.   The concert will honor long-time supporters of Barrington Stage since its early years, Sydelle and Lee Blatt, who were instrumental in BSC's move from Sheffield to Pittsfield in 2005. The Blatts were honored in 2011's annual Gala for their support. Sydelle has been a member of the BSC Board of Trustees since

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Hancock Shaker Village Contemporary Asian Art Exhibit
12:00PM / Wednesday, May 25, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In its first major exhibition on contemporary Asian art, "A Spirit of Gift, A Place of Sharing" is a campus-wide exhibition opening May 30 at Hancock Shaker Village.    The exhibition features three artists—Yusuke Asai of Japan, Kimsooja of Korea, and Pinaree Sanpitak of Thailand – who explore links between 19th-century Shaker art and contemporary Asian art. This is the third time in the last 30 years that Hancock Shaker Village has explored a connection between Asian aesthetics and the very American religious utopian Shaker movement.   The artists will collaborate with the village's collection of Shaker material culture,

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Berkshire County Historical Society Architectural and Agricultural Walk
08:08AM / Wednesday, May 25, 2022
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — On Saturday, May 28, beginning at 11 am, the Berkshire County Historical Society will offer a free, ninety-minute walk exploring the architecture and landscape of Herman Melville's Arrowhead.   Long-time Arrowhead tour guide John Dickson will begin with an enlightening tour of the Arrowhead grounds providing an overview and evolution of the architectural features of the building from the 1780s to the present.    Lesley Herzberg, Executive Director of BCHS, will follow with a walk through the north field discussing the cultural landscape where the entire Melville family participated in the cultivation of the farm and gardens in the 19th

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