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October 2016

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In This Issue

Not a City on a Hill

Williams College offers an education for all

Like Them Apples?

Local Berkshire farms with apple picking and fresh cider

Packs a Punch

Berkshire Natural History Conference––Pollen research and wildlife discussions––Nov 5

Punks

The Hudsons, still making music and knocking over beers

Cabin Love

A creative soul finds restoration on the lake

Of the Profession

Actors Finn and Dylan Wittrock got their acting chops at Shakespeare & Company

Village Chief

Jennifer Trainer Thompson takes on a new role at Hancock Shaker Village.

Field and Stream

Paul Tawczynski, the hardest working man in the Berkshires

Ten Minutes with Ali Benjamin

A children's book author keen on science

Go Fly a Kite

"Kite Day" at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown

Indian Apple Chutney Recipe

Preserving the Harvest

Enjoying––and canning––the bounty of the season

Geometric Exploration

Sue Muskat Knoll's work is both figurative and abstract

Birding the Berks

Our county is filled with cool birds, and cool places to see them

Money Matters

AIER guides financial decisions large and small

Who was the first woman to vote in the U.S.?

Why do we allow controlled deer hunting in the Berkshires?

Howl-oween

Halloween happenings in the Berkshires 2016

Turkey Trot

Berkshire farms with different turkey types for every palate––ordering has already started!

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Ten Minutes with Van Shields

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On Second Thought

A surge of weekend homeowners pushes boundaries

Find Him in a Cafe

Novelist Brendan Mathews leaves no Berkshire coffeeshop unturned

Rockin' a Country Road

James Taylor, at peace in the Berkshires

In the Weeds

Cannabis culture grows in the Berkshires
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