Naomi's top five
Naomi LaChance is a motivated and meticulous journalist with an interest for the way an event affects the members of a community.
She is an intern at the Berkshire Eagle, a reporter at the Red Hook Observer and an editor at the Bard Free Press. She is also a recipient of the Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship and the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Scholarship.
She relishes each piece of the writing process— listening to members of the community, finding an angle, writing the piece and editing copy. She has an interest in mastering different styles for different pieces of writing and different publications, whether it be a feature on theater or a breaking news piece on a police raid.
To contact Naomi, please email [email protected]
Naomi's top five
The Observer— 2013-14
Former resident started fundraiser out of affection for her childhood village.
Bard Free Press— 2013-14
The Berkshire Eagle— Archives
The ‘Titles’ cast is, top row from left, Giovanna Sardelli, John Viscardi, Kate Hampton, Richard Dent, David Rasche; middle row, JoAnna Rhinehart, Michael Brady and Andrea Cirie; and front row, Evelyn Dumont and Flor De Liz Perez. (Courtesy photo)
Morgan Everitt as Mina Murray and Elsa Carette as Lucy, Andrew R. Butler as Professor Van Helsing, and Ryan Christopher Woods appear in ‘Dracula.’ (Paul Fox / Williamstown Theatre Festival)
Molly Camp, as Marjorie, confronts James McMenamin, as Raul, in a scene from 'Extremities.' (Christina Riley / Berkshire Theatre Group)
The Clark’s Extra! store at 73 Spring St. will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through October. (Naomi LaChance / Berkshire Eagle Staff)
Actor Daniel Craig and his wife, acclaimed actress Rachel Weisz, toured Shakespeare & Company in Lenox on Wednesday. Both are known fans of live theater. (Associated Press)
Bard Free Press— 2012-13
The Observer— 2012-13
Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords delivered the commencement address at Bard College’s 153rd graduation ceremony on Sat., May 25. And although it was a rainy, dreary day in Annandale, Giffords' short speech in a crowded tent was stirring.
The event, which was held at the Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in Tivoli, also included the swearing in of trustees Robin Bruno and Susan Ezrati. All three ran unopposed for their seats.
New weight room at Stevenson Athletic Center