Cover of 'The Bollywood Bride,' courtesy of Sonali Dev

Reading for Pleasure — Love stories at Williams

People are dancing bhangra and moonwalking in the living room…

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In his Democratic Intuition project at the Williams College Museum of Art, Meleko Mokgosi (Botswana, b. 1981) Williams ’07, investigates  contradictions in democracy. Photo by Kate Abbott

Berkshire calendar April 17 to 23

From Earth day to love stories to Lakou Mizik — a Multigenerational…

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Foam flower shows clusters of white blossoms. Photo by Thom Smith

Thom Smith — Spring in the wings

As crocuses open on these early warm days, Berkshire Naturalist…

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Indigenous elder Nyarri Morgan of the Martu tribe in the remote Western Australian Pilbara desert reflects on his first contact with Western culture, in Australian artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth’s Collisions. Photo by Piers Mussared, courtesy of Lynette Wallworth.

Berkshire Calendar April 10 to 16

As Passover, Easter and spring take hold in the Berkshire…

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Poetry appears in daily places, including East Village Books on the lower east side. Photo by Kate Abbott

#BTW Flashback Pop Up Poets bring the word to the streets

Poetry on a park bench? I once talked with three…

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Williams College will invite poets to campus as the snow melts. Photo by Kate Abbott

BTW Poets come together in the city at night

The great poets Langston Hughes and Xavier Villaurrutia meet in…

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Edith Wharton's books line tables and shelves in her library at The Mount. Photo by Susan Geller

Writers in residence in Wharton’s rooms

In the evening, they share a house in Lenox. They…

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