|Music Before, During and After the Fourth of July|
Hi, pop fans. You'll note that today's column covers both this week and next, right through the weekend following the Fourth of July.
Berkshire Theatre Group
There will be several new musicals to enjoy, thanks to the Berkshire Theatre Group. "Coming Back Like a Song!" features songs by Irving Berlin, Harold
|Summer Classical Music Festival Season Heats Up|
It's here! The summer concert season is upon us, with stellar programs at Taconic Music, located in idyllic Manchester, Vt., and at Tanglewood in Lenox, Mass. Concertgoers will have the opportunity to hear great chamber music performed at its artistic best, in inviting and intimate surroundings.
|Work Toward Your Own Financial Independence Day|
We're getting close to the Fourth of July, our national Independence Day. This celebration may get you thinking of the many freedoms you enjoy. But have you thought of what you might need to do to attain financial freedom?
Your first step is to define what financial independence signifies to you. For many people, it means being able to
|Mack Molding Donates $5M Toward SVHC's ER Renovation|
BENNINGTON, Vt. — Mack Molding, the privately-owned business of Don Kendall and his family, has donated $5 million for Southwestern Vermont Health Care's emergency department expansion and renovation project at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center.
"The Kendall Emergency Department" will be unveiled at a
|Berkshire Museum Seeks Private Sales in Next Round |
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire Museum has selected nine more works of art to be sold toward its goal of $55 million that museum officials say is required to secure the institution's future.
Thirteen pieces have been sold by auction or private sale. Sotheby's will be working with the museum to find private
|Berkshires Beat: VanSant Honored as 2018 Unsung Hero|
Gwendolyn VanSant of Great Barrington was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s (MCSW) 2018 class of Unsung Heroines during a State House ceremony on Wednesday, June 20. State Sen. Adam Hinds nominated VanSant for this recognition because of her leadership in the Berkshires
|@theMarket: Ignore the Noise and Profit|
The world is in turmoil. The news is all bad. Trump is threatening to up the ante on tariffs. NAFTA is kaput. Our trade partners hate us. China won't back down and, if you have time to spare, you are reading about immigrant kids locked in Texas dog cages by order of the president. So why is the stock market holding up?
|Superior Court Briefs: June 18|
Cases heard before Judge Mark Mason on Monday, June 18.
Peter Meadow, 53, of Lenox admitted the facts of his case were sufficient to find him guilty on single counts of assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a disabled person, and caretaker abuse on a disabled person.
|'First Reformed': An Inconvenient Proof|
It is unfortunate. But it only makes complete sense that Paul Schrader's dark and starkly truthful "First Reformed" will be one of 2018's most important movies. Whether or not you like its profoundly intense take on current events and how that intersects with the crisis of conscience Ethan Hawke's Reverend Ernst Toller is
|The Independent Investor: The Next Recession|
Over half the economists on Wall Street believe that by the end of 2020, we will experience our first economic downturn in years. If so, when might you begin to prepare for a rocky two-year period for all of us?
The good news is that we still have another year or so of stock market gains, job growth and more importantly, wage
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