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Sounds Local: When feeling bad sounds good: Celebrate heartbreak this Valentines Day with new EP by Selah haleS
02-07-2024 4:01 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and if there is ever a polarizing holiday, it’s this one. For the romantics, it’s a day of celebration with shiny boxes of chocolates and roses, but for others, especially those who are nursing a broken...

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Sounds Local: Weekend music forecast: summertime vibes: Dance like it’s the Fourth of July at Greenfield’s 102nd Winter Carnival
01-31-2024 3:47 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

Greenfield will celebrate its 102nd Winter Carnival this weekend. Thanks to our local music venues, the three-day celebration, jam-packed with events, will include plenty of music to further fuel the party atmosphere. The theme of this year’s carnival...


Sounds Local: New year, new releases: Local artists release singles ahead of buzzed-about new albums
01-24-2024 1:44 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

With a new year comes new music, and 2024 looks like it will be an excellent year for both recordings and live music. Now that the holidays are over, some local musicians have dropped new singles in recent weeks as they gear up for full-length...


Sounds Local: From the Balkans to Jamaica: Inaugural klezmer and reggae events happening in Franklin County this Saturday
01-17-2024 2:54 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

On Saturday night, Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m., the Montague Center Common Hall will host a special concert and workshop featuring music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans.Orkestar Banitsa and Myrtle Street Klezmer, local bands who play different styles of...


Sounds Local: Dancing into the new year: Zydeco dance fest returns to Hawks & Reed this Sunday
01-10-2024 2:44 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

For local musician Michael Pattavina, hosting a dance festival during Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend has become a tradition that started 20 years ago and continues to this day.This year, he is hosting a mid-winter and Zydeco dance fest at Hawks &...


‘The bounty of the county’: Harvest Supper in Greenfield will pay tribute to local farms this year
08-24-2023 8:00 PM

By MARY BYRNE

GREENFIELD — Though the Harvest Supper on Saturday will look similar to years past, organizers are shining a light more than ever on the local farmers who make it possible.“This is the 18th season,” said Stone Soup Executive Chef and Director Kirsten...


Warwick’s roots on display at Old Home Days 
08-24-2023 1:11 PM

By AALIANNA MARIETTA

WARWICK — Horses and fire trucks will line the town common for Old Home Days this Saturday and Sunday for a “heartwarming weekend” of activities and education on the town’s history, according to Warwick Historical Society member Clare Green.The...


My Turn: Things one might not know about Garlic & Arts Festival
08-17-2023 8:00 AM

By DEB HABIB

The North Quabbin Garlic & Arts Festival turns 25 on Sept. 30 – Oct 1. The all-volunteer committee, 100 exhibitors, and over 50 performers and presenters are excited to welcome you! We thought we’d offer some fun behind the scenes history and...


‘One of the best shows around’: Thousands turn out for Bernardston Gas Engine Show, Flea Market & Craft Fair 
05-30-2023 2:42 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

BERNARDSTON — Plenty of “pops” were heard across Pratt Field during the 47th annual Bernardston Gas Engine Show, Flea Market & Craft Fair over the weekend, as collectors showed off their restored antique gas engines and tractors.“People love to watch...


Rallygoers denounce ‘crisis pregnancy centers’ in Greenfield 
05-13-2023 10:07 PM

By BELLA LEVAVI

GREENFIELD — A lot was taking place at once on the common Saturday morning, whether it was people shopping at the weekly farmer’s market, protesting against anti-abortion centers and gun violence, listening to a folk band, or remembering The Nakba —...


Sounds Local: High Tea release existential album, “The Wick and The Flame”
02-08-2023 3:10 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

The past year was a good one for the folk-rock duo High Tea. Their EP “Old Cowboy,” released in late 2021, received positive attention and they toured heavily throughout New England, including a string of shows opening for Heather Maloney. High Tea,...


Sounds Local: The Shea Theater presents Old 78 Farm Fall Festival Reunion this Saturday
01-18-2023 2:12 PM

By SHERYL HUNTERFor the RecorderPhil Simon of Warwick has been in the music business for over 30 years. He operates Simon Says Booking and Publicity based in Orange, and last year he assumed the role of Program Consultant at the Shea Theater Arts...


Sounds Local: Two-step your blues away: Winter Cajun and Zydeco Festival spices up Hawks & Reed this Sunday afternoon
01-11-2023 4:58 PM

By SHERYL HUNTER

An afternoon of dancing is the perfect way to lift those post-holiday winter blahs. So if that’s what you are in need of, head to Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center in Greenfield on Sunday afternoon (Jan. 15) for the Winter Cajun and Zydeco...

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