Posted Aug 07, 2014By Ben Garver | Berkshire Eagle Staff
The Mill Children, an exhibit featuring the photographs of Lewis Hine alongside art inspired by his work, has found a temporary home at the 5 Hoosac Street Gallery in Adams.The exhibit runs through Dec. 15, 2014.
Artists who contributed to the Mill Children exhibit include painters William Oberst and Dawn Nelson, musician Matt Hopkins, historian Joe Manning, educator Anne French, film maker Steve Borns and historian Eugene Michalenko.
Photos by Ben Garver / Berkshire Eagle Staff
Producer Paco de Onis and Director Pamela Yates, both partners in a production company called Skylight, and Adam St
In an event called Let's move Nessacus, Nessacus students walked (or ran) laps around the school to raise money for
Photos from Thursday's partial solar eclipse, taken across the United States on October 23, 2014.
Uncle Beazley, the Triceratops model from Berkshire Museum is in a new location at the Berkshire Athenaeum, Wednesd
Persip Park at the corner of North and Columbus in Pittsfield is getting a thorough makeover by Maxyimillian Techno
Upgrades in the Berkshire Talking Chronicle will enable the service to reach more listeners, Wednesday Oct. 13, 201