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Great Barrington: Holding Fast Amid the Pandemic

The challenges COVID brought down upon this Berkshire town are not unique, but the community’s response can best be characterized by optimistic resolve.

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Flower Power

Great Barrington’s Calyx Berkshire Dispensary Is Forging a Path for Women in Cannabis
Great Barrington’s Calyx Berkshire Dispensary Is Forging a Path for Women in Cannabis.

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Farm-to-Label Cannabis Comes to the Berkshires

The Pass in Sheffield is a vertically integrated dispensary with products grown on-site
With this July's opening of The Pass in the quiet mountain town of Sheffield just outside of Great Barrington, the region’s recreational cannabis consumers have a new name to look to in conscientious sourcing. True to the vertically integrated dispensary's farm-to-label philosophy, there's a sleek retail space, two on-site growing facilities, and a lab for manufacturing its own products from the flowers grown just outside its doors.

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Mass Appeal: A Guide to Great Barrington

Beneath Great Barrington’s quaint Rockwellian facade, tectonic plates are shifting, as unprecedented forces of change roil in the sectors of development, racing, and legal marijuana

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"New Work" Exhibit @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

"New Work" Exhibit

Mondays, Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Aug. 1 — "New Work" Exhibit Featuring Alaina Enslen, Jeanette Fintz, Anne Francey, and Jenny...
Art Exhibit: Chimba "Reproducing Life: Conception" @ Window On Hudson

Art Exhibit: Chimba "Reproducing Life: Conception"

June 2-28 — In the windows, the canvases by Chimba (Chiarra Jonelle Hughes Mba) present...

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