By CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder Staff, Sunday, April 26, 2015,TURNERS FALLS — The “Trash to Treasure” art exhibit, in the Great Hall of the Great Falls Discovery Center at 2 Avenue A through the month of May, references that history and more with 15 works created by 11 area artists. The art exhibit is now […]
BY Shaina Mishkin, MASSLIVE, April 6, 2015, Trash to Treasure: The River’s Song Art Exhibit”, which runs on Fridays and Saturdays from April 4 to May 8 and daily from May 9 to May 27, features materials like old bottles and car parts repurposed into paintings, sculptures and textile art. The exhibition is part of […]
By CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder Friday, January 9, 2015 TURNERS FALLS — Pending town approval, a Connecticut archaeological team will take up a two-year study of the bloody incident that began under present-day Barton Cove and continued into present-day Greenfield and surrounding areas during King Philip’s War. READ the full article here.
By Amanda Drane, The Valley Advocate, – Mar 10, 2015. In the thousands of years before European settlers arrived in the Valley, David Brule says, the Connecticut River basin was a place Native American tribes gathered peacefully to fish and farm. Since then, humanity’s relationship with the river has grown much more complicated. Brule, who […]
Friday, November 21, 2014 BY CHRIS CURTIS MILLERS FALLS — For a good cause, take a chance to win three liters of very strong beer. In celebration of its fifth anniversary, Element Brewing Co. is raffling off five three-liter bottles of something it calls double Summer Pilsner Fusion. At 15 percent alcohol by volume, it’s […]
November 28, 2014 BY CHRIS CURTIS, Greenfield Recorder Turners Falls RiverCulture hopes people will leave their dreams on Avenue A this season. A “magic mailbox” in Spinner Park is intended to invite the hopes, dreams and Christmas wish lists of young and old. READ the full article HERE.
By Cori Urban | Special to The Republican on September 09, 2014-MONTAGUE –Twentieth Century Turners Falls will be in the spotlight as RiverCulture’s Third Thursday event focuses on water power on the Connecticut River, the Renaissance Community and the role of women in industrial age factory work. There will be Polish food and Irish music […]