Berkshire Lifestyles
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"Oh, my God!"A passenger on the yellow school bus carrying Tanglewood Music Center fellows to the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Lenox home on Tuesday night had spotted one of the grounds' packed parking lots. Besides the rustle of the plastic covering … more
You might not think acclaimed chef Dan Barber and distinguished economist Paul Krugman have much in common — but as it turns out, they do. And they'll have plenty of time to go over it all during an Aug. 27 fundraiser event, catered by The Old … more
Many residents of Pittsfield and nearby towns will spend a hot summer day by the water at Burbank Park orwalk their dog at Clapp Park. But did you know that Pittsfield is home to 31 public parks ranging in size from 0.1 to 246 acres? Located all … more
Navigating the long, winding roads through the Becket forest to Jacob's Pillow Dance is a rite of passage for some visitors, a gateway into the venue's rustic aura.But for Stephen Pepper, it's a barrier."I'm not a big fan of driving," said Pepper, … more
LENOX — Children chasing one another behind the trees, wine and cheese passing between family spreads, a cloudless twilight finale capping a sparkling summer day — the ingredients for a rollicking picnic atmosphere on the lawn outside … more
LENOX — What would you do with the 76-year-old leather tiles from the living room floor of famed abstract artists George L.K. Morris and Suzy Frelinghuysen?When the question was posed to artist Michael King by Kinney and Linda Frelinghuysen, … more
LENOX — Finding the right person to install your new tile floor can be difficult. Finding the right person to install your new leather floor is near impossible. It was just one of the challenges faced by T. Kinney Frelinghuysen, director of … more
The Berkshire Museum's decision to deaccession art as part of a fundamental institutional re-alignment has drawn lots of thoughtful commentary — and passion — that bespeaks the museum's cherished role in our community. Moments like this … more
STOCKBRIDGE — On a recent Friday, two maestros shared their work with crowds in Berkshire County. The first was Andris Nelsons, the well-known Boston Symphony Orchestra music director who conducted the group's Tanglewood season opener that … more
PITTSFIELD — For some of us, hunger pangs are as common to a museum experience as information panels and guided tours. After meandering through stimulating exhibits for hours — or mere minutes — our minds wander to the items so … more
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