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October 25 - Stockbridge
Literacy Network Gala

October 24 - Pittsfield
BCC's Orchid & Tropical Show

October 18 - G. Barrington
Berkshire South Gala

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Carrie Haddad Celebrates Her 20th

Rural Intelligence Parties and Openings A huge crowd, spilling onto the street, gathered on Saturday, April 23, to help Carrie Haddad celebrate the 20th anniversay of the Carrie Haddad Gallery. Twenty years ago when Haddad (left, with her Warren Street neighbor Mark Wasserbach of Mark’s Antiques) held her first art exhibition in Hudson, it was a different town.  “It looked the same, but the shops were different,” she recalls. “We had a supermarket that delivered, and Rocky the Barber, and the Jersey Bakery.”  Today, in their stead, we have businesses with hip names—Lick, Mix, TK, Gris, Swoon, Sweeps, DABA, Lili and Loo, Spotty Dog, Five & Diamond.  Jersey?  It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. 

Henry HaddadNick Hardy, artist David Paulson, who has been with Haddad nearly from the start, and whose paintings in the anniversary show hold a place of honor in the front gallery, and Yura Adams

Architect and photographer Arthur Baker, author of Wooden Churches: Columbia County Legacy and auctioneer Colin Stair; garden designer Peter Bevacqua and Stephen King

Meme Black and Bob Koffler; Andrea Bruce and Lucy Nathanson

Roseann Cane and Janet Kealy; Richard Egan and antiques dealer Todd Gribben

Phil Forman, Paula Forman, and Jane Ehrlich; artist Allyson Levy standing next to a piece of her exhibited work, and Scott Serrano, who has also shown at Carrie Haddad.
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Paul Reed, who has a recording studio in Chatham, and Michael Crane; Fred Morris and blogger Scott Baldinger

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