|Cultural Pittsfield This Week: July 3-9|
Welcome to Cultural Pittsfield's weekly guide featuring in-person and virtual classes and events, information, and more. If you are a Pittsfield business and would like your event listed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and be
|Pittsfield Community Television to Highlight Fourth of July|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Pittsfield Community Television and the Pittsfield Parade Committee have teamed up to bring residents a television event to celebrate the Fourth of July in place of the traditional Fourth of July Parade, which was canceled due to COVID-19.
On Saturday, July 4, beginning at 9:30 a.m., PCTV will air a historical
|Jacob's Pillow to Launch Virtual Festival|
BECKET, Mass. — Jacob's Pillow, home to the longest-running dance festival in the United States, is set to launch a virtual festival with eight weeks of free programming running from July 7 to Aug. 29.
Jacob's Pillow announced the cancellation of its 10-week festival for the first time in the organization’s 88-year
|The Retired Investor: Big Banks & Big Brother|
It is an interesting time for bank stocks. In the aftermath of two federal regulatory actions last week, the money-center banks are becoming more public than private institutions.
First the good news. Federal banking regulators announced that they are relaxing provisions of the Volcker Rule, which was an important part of the
|BCC Pinning Ceremony Recognizes Nursing Graduates|
BCC, like many other schools, has been forced to be creative in recognizing its graduates during the pandemic. The graduates have often put their own spin on the unusual ceremonies. See more photos here.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. —Twenty-seven graduates of the practical nurse certificate program at Berkshire Community College
|Pittsfield to Explore Forming Office Of Diversity |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The city will explore creating an office of diversity, equity, and inclusion to address issues in both the city government and the schools.
The School Committee accepted an anti-racism resolution last week but some members wanted to do more and committee member Alison McGee asked that a subcommittee be
|Let's Go Paperless|
I would like to thank City Clerk Linda Tyer for agreeing to print out one less city council packet, as I have officially gone paperless for council meetings - which I hope will be a trend that can be extended throughout city government.
The bulky (and often, very bulky) city council packet that councilors use for a reference costs an average
|Berkshire Music School Kicks Off 2012 Classes With Open House|
January 29, 2011
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Dozens of youths, many of them under the age of 5, attended an open house at the Berkshire Music School Saturday, as the educational nonprofit enters its 70th year at its 30 Wendell Avenue home.
The open house featured a sample class, access to musical instruments, information for parents,
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