Author: Minwei Cao, Staff Writer

Chinese Music Ensemble explores instrumental diversity

On May 3, the Chinese Music Ensemble gave a rare performance in Brooks Rogers Recital Hall. The ensemble was formed two years ago by Wang Guowei, a professional erhu player…

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Coyote Flaco serves yummy finals fuel

Coyote Flaco cooks up delicious Mexican dishes such as carne a la tampiqueña, featuring unique skirt steak. Photo Courtesy of Minwei Cao. It’s my last week of college and my…

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Gramercy offers unique comfort food

Gramercy Bistro serves a variety of gourmet comfort-breakfast options, including breakfast pastries. Minwei Cao/Staff Writer Gramercy Bistro is a hidden gem in North Adams. Situated right at the entrance of…

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Renee’s Diner offers homey ambiance

Renee’s Diner in North Adams may be small in size, but it offers hearty portions of favorite comfort foods. Photo courtesy of Renee's Diner If you are looking for no-frill,…

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’6 House offers rich cuisine

It was a quiet and cold Saturday, and I really needed some comfort food. So, I drove down Route 7 towards the 1896 House Pub, or the ’6 House, as…

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Restaurant week delights Berkshires

Water Street Grill provides an inexpensive and friendly dining experience during “North County Eats.” Minwei Cao/Staff Writer. As someone familiar with D.C. and Baltimore restaurant weeks, I was skeptical when…

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Blue Mango offers little change

Blue Mango’s swift grand opening as a replacement for Sushi Thai Garden brought some curious minds to the “new” restaurant. Did the menus change? Did the selection of food expand?…

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Andrea Gibson’s commentary and poetry enlightens

Queer, feminist spoken word poet Andrea Gibson discussed her experiences for a crowded audience last Thursday in Goodrich Hall. Grace Flaherty/ Photo Editor. “I cry as much as most people…

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Dance troupe treats audiences to perfomance of Asian popular culture

Fiction, the culmination of a year of work, featured performances from five different Asian dance groups. Emory Strawn/ Photo Editor. PSY’s “Gangnam Style” is likely what comes to mind when…

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