Word On The Streets2020-06-19T17:07:06-04:00

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Art Under the Stars: Artist’s Six-Story Waterfall Illuminates the Harlem Valley

Over the course of the next month, residents of the Harlem Valley, will be able to see something glowing steadily in the dark at the Wassaic Project in Amenia, NY. “It could be a shooting star. It could be a waterfall” according to a recent press release. The Wassaic Project is pleased to present All is Not Lost, a site-specific, [...]

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Town Supervisor Officially Resigns

In a move that has been nearly a year in the making, Peter Cipkowski officially handed in his formal resignation this week as Hillsdale's Town Supervisor. Mr.Cipkowski has been part of the Town's local government since 2005 when he first ran for a position on the Hillsdale Town Board. He first announced his early departure from his position as Town [...]

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Berkshire International Film Festival Partners with Shakespeare and Company to Present The Berkshire Drive-In Summer Series

The Berkshire International Film Festival (BIFF) and Shakespeare and Company have teamed up to present what they are calling The Berkshire Drive-In; a Pop-up Drive-In summer series on the campus of Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. The series will present films Thursday through Sunday evenings beginning July 23 and continuing through September 13. The series will present nearly 40 [...]

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NECC to hold Month-Long Virtual Event to Honor Community

The phrase “We’re in this Together” has been bandied about as the result of a number of transformative events throughout history. From natural disasters to national tragedies, the unmistakable human instinct to coalesce, sacrifice and help one another lays bare the nature of community in the face of imminent crisis. Like few moments in history, the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated [...]

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