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Chesterwood Grounds to Open on July 2
11:40AM / Thursday, June 25, 2020
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STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Chesterwood will open its 51st season on July 2, through online, pre-paid, timed parking passes, Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Two-hour passes can be reserved online for 10 a.m., noon or 2 p.m. The entry fee is $20 per car and visitors can download maps and self-guided tours of the formal gardens, landscape, hiking trails and woodland walk, which currently features the contemporary sculpture of Rick and Laura Brown. All current Friends of Chesterwood can reserve their free parking passes through the online booking system as well.

Picnics on the grounds are encouraged with a carry in, carry out policy. Chesterwood will follow all the safety

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'The Petrified Forest': Diners, Disillusionment & Diva
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
03:56PM / Friday, June 19, 2020
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I wish that I were reviewing one of the half-dozen movies certain to be made when this pox upon our house is no more. But until that glorious return to normality has us resuming all the simple joys of life we take for granted, like going to the movies, I'll be retro-reviewing and thereby sharing with you the films that I've come to treasure over the years, most of which can probably be retrieved from one of the movie streaming services. It is my fondest hope that I've barely put a dent into this trove when they let the likes of me back into the

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Jacob's Pillow Names Dance Award Recipient
10:28AM / Thursday, June 18, 2020
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BECKET, Mass. — Ronald K. Brown has been named the recipient of the 2020 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award. 

An advocate for the growth of the African American dance community for more than 30 years, Brown creates works that show audiences “the evidence of themselves and the evidence of our human condition,” and tells stories of human struggles, tragedies, and triumphs. 

Brown will be honored at "Dance We Must: A Virtual Event Supporting Jacob’s Pillow," streamed free online on Saturday, June 20, at 7 p.m. Audiences are invited to celebrate Brown virtually at a post-show dance party immediately following Dance We Must. RSVP required, event details

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Summer Jazz Camp & Music Academy Open for Enrollment
By Jack Guerino, iBerkshires Staff
03:58AM / Tuesday, June 16, 2020
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ADAMS, Mass. — The annual Berkshires Summer Jazz Camp plans to open this August with the inaugural semester a new music academy following in September.   Applications for the jazz camp are now being accepted and Richard Boulger, executive director and co-founder of the Berkshires Academy for Advanced Musical Studies, or BAAMS, said he and his colleagues are excited to be able to offer the free camp for the third year.   "My musical philosophy is that your musical instrument is an amplifier of what you are hearing, thinking, and feeling," Boulger said. "As one develops this approach to playing and composing music, one's own life experiences are

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'Eight Men Out': Say It Ain't So, Joe
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
02:41PM / Saturday, June 13, 2020
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I wish that I were reviewing one of the half-dozen movies certain to be made when this pox upon our house is no more. But until that glorious return to normality has us resuming all the simple joys of life we take for granted, like going to the movies, I'll be retro-reviewing and thereby sharing with you the films that I've come to treasure over the years, most of which can probably be retrieved from one of the movie streaming services. It is my fondest hope that I've barely put a dent into this trove when they let the likes of me back into the

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Mass MoCA Approved for Major NEA Grant
11:10AM / Thursday, June 11, 2020
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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art is one of a select number of initiatives the National Endowment for the Arts has approved for a major "Our Town" grant.

Selected as one of just 51 grants nationwide in this category, the two-year, $100,000 matching grant will support the North Adams Artist Impact Coalition, a collaborative initiative designed to maximize artist support in the North Adams community and better connect artists to regional resources and to each other. 

The coalition, which formed last year, is spearheaded by Mass MoCA's Assets for Artists Program alongside the city of North Adams and other area arts stakeholders such as

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Successful Start to Outdoor Service at Williamstown Diner
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
02:24PM / Monday, June 08, 2020
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The diner doesn't normally have outside seating. It used a section of parking lot to create some al fresco dining. Right, hand sanitizer next to the outside coffeepots.   WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Cheshire's Barbara and Bill Hyland wasted no time taking advantage of Phase 2 of the commonwealth's reopening from COVID-19 closures.   On Monday morning, they were dining al fresco in the improvised outdoor space at the Moonlight Diner and Grille, where they kicked off table service by opening from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.   As they waited for their order to arrive from inside the pink diner, Bill said the couple was happy to have the opportunity to enjoy

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'The Great Gatsby': Class Distinction by the Book
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
01:25PM / Friday, June 05, 2020
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I wish that I were reviewing one of the half-dozen movies certain to be made when this pox upon our house is no more. But until that glorious return to normality has us resuming all the simple joys of life we take for granted, like going to the movies, I'll be retro-reviewing and thereby sharing with you the films that I've come to treasure over the years, most of which can probably be retrieved from one of the movie streaming services. It is my fondest hope that I've barely put a dent into this trove when they let the likes of me back into the

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Berkshire Museum's 'Art of the Hills' Will Open On Time, Online
11:01AM / Thursday, June 04, 2020
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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Berkshire Museum’s featured summer exhibit, "Art of the Hills: Narrative," will open on its previously scheduled date, Saturday, June 6, with one major modification: Instead of hanging on the plaster walls of the community museum’s galleries each selected work will be displayed on the simulated walls of an immersive, high-resolution 3D rendering. 

Visitors to the virtual exhibit will feel as if they are touring the museum’s galleries thanks to a cutting-edge technique that combines a three-dimensional digital model with crisp, colorful images of the artists' work and user-friendly navigation.

The

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Cultural Institutions Open Grounds, Look to Appeal to Area Residents
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
03:59AM / Monday, June 01, 2020
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The Norman Rockwell Museum is one of seven county cultural institutions that will be joining the Clark Art Institute in opening their grounds to the public. WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The museum doors remain closed, but the great outdoors offer opportunities for area residents and visitors alike to connect with culture.   "We really believe people are going to have a pent-up desire to be outdoors after being in the home for eight, nine, 10 weeks," Norman Rockwell Museum Director Laurie Norton Moffat said on Friday morning. "Now, with the beautiful season upon us that can be so short-lived here in the Berkshires, we know we're all eager to have some sunshine

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