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Wednesday, December 31 1969


Music for Change

January 25, 2017

As the People's Music Network celebrates its 40th anniversary, the public is invited to attend a special concert at Greenfield Middle School on Friday night.

Bring on the Art!

June 7, 2016

At a press conference today, the Greenfield Recreation Department revealed a mural and new parking meters that were designed by local children.

Artistic License

April 21, 2016

Though they're not old enough to drive, these kids are helping to beautify downtown Greenfield's parking meters.

The Bread of Simplicity

April 19, 2016

Temple Israel Rabbi Andrea Cohen-Kiener and Heritage Grain Conservancy founder Eli Rogosa share how important the tradition of making Passover matzoh is to them and to their faith.

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February 9, 2016

Happy Chinese New Year!  Once again, residents gathered at a local restaurant to celebrate and enjoy a traditional Lion Dance.

Reminder: Film Festival Tonight!

Adapted from a Skolnick Films/Dead Henchmen Productions press release:

The public is invited to the Greenfield Garden Cinemas at 7PM when filmmakers from all over New England will be screening their work for one night only!  Tickets will be available at the door and are $9 each for adults, $8 each for seniors and military.  Due to the graphic nature of some of the films, younger audiences are discouraged from attending.

Art Space

August 27, 2015

Today, Greenfield's Local Cultural Council opened its 3rd annual art show, "Melting", in a somewhat unusual location for a gallery.

From the State House --- Episode 3

Recorded August 18, 2015

State Representative Paul Mark explains how the new state budget affects our area and gives some updates about bills currently before the state legislature that deal with solar power, education, and more.

Greenfield Town Council CRE Cultural District Public Hearing

June 22, 2015

Last night, the town council's Community Relations & Education (CRE) Committee held a public hearing; giving residents, business owners, and other interested parties a chance to weigh in on the creation of a downtown Greenfield cultural district.

Click the READ MORE>> link to watch our video of this meeting.

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Creative Economy Summit 2015 --- Ep. 2 Talent

Who is talented and how do you know talent when you see or hear it?  How do you bring talent into your creative business?  How do you tap the rich intern pool at UMass?  Moderator Dee Boyle-Clapp, Director of the Arts Extension Service at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and panelists William Baczek, owner of William Baczek Fine Arts, Caroline Gould, Assistant Director for Career Planning for the University of Massachusetts, Paul Hake, President of HitPoint Inc., and Jim Olsen, co-founder of Signature Sounds, answer these questions and more during this session from the 2015 Creative Economy Summit which was held May 15th at Greenfield Community College (GCC).