Berkshires Welcome New U.S. Citizens

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  There are 16 new U.S. citizens in the Berkshires tonight. The naturalization ceremony was held at the Norman Rockwell Museum, in partnership with the Berkshire Immigrant Center. New citizens from around the world were sworn

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The Best 4-Year Colleges in Massachusetts

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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst came in at the best-four year college in the state of Massachusetts according to a report released by Schools.com. The survey took into effect various factors such as

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A Mansion of Unexpected Joy

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The first time I visited the stately white mansion, sitting peacefully at the edge of a vast and magnificent marshland in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, I had no idea how my life was about to change. I

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11 Hotels Rejuvenating Neighborhoods Across America

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When it comes to developing neighborhoods in cities across the U.S., hotels are reliable forebears. Oftentimes the first domino to fall, they have the ability to steadily transform enclaves from sleepy to thriving. Whether

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Can Contemporary Art Help Revitalize Rural America?

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“We’re trying to achieve nirvana.” When Joseph Thompson, the director of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), describes the scale, scope, and vision behind his institution, he isn’t just adopting the aggrandizing language

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