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October 2017

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In This Issue

In the Weeds

Cannabis culture grows in the Berkshires

Morgan Bulkeley’s Wild Wild World

A retrospective of one of the Berkshire’s most accomplished artists

Food Visionaries

Berkshire group’s push for healthy food for all

Rainbow Seniors on Parade

Elderly LGBT share safe spaces

Calling All Angels

Thanksgiving Angels helps provide Thanksgiving meals for over 1,500 Berkshire families

Domestic Partnership

Pet and people find homes and healing at Berkshire Humane Society

Pumpkin Eater

How to serve pumpkin

Wife No. Six

"The Last Wife" (of King Henry VIII) is WAM Theatre’s fall play and benefits women veterans

Big Easy

13th annual Pittsfield CityJAZZ Festival

Season Finale

Outdoor farmers markets still open and festivals

Neighborhood Pub

Shire Breu-Hous is a microbrewery and neighborhood pub that's drawing people far beyond the local area

Stay (Just a Little Bit Longer)

Places to enjoy the Fall-foliage in The Berkshires

Read, Speak, Listen

Stories are coming alive with nationally known writers on social issues

Gimme Shelter

Scottish graphic designer adds color to his Berkshire landscape

Ten Minutes with LouAnn Hazelwood

A veteran who has stitched her life back together

Through the Veil

Our history lies within these hills and dales––Berkshire area cemeteries

Lenox Bound

The Pignatellis’ past is closely tied to the town

Autumn Splendor

The colors, the weather, the outdoors—fall’s best in the Berkshires

Where is our cow monument?

How did wild turkeys go—then return?

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