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There's a cozy artists' studio located in the basement of Pittsfield's Ralph J. Froio Senior Center where, once a week, an intimate crowd of a half-dozen guests or so gathers around a table set with easels, sturdy sheets of paper, trays of … more
Before moving across the country from California to North Adams, dog photographer and author Jesse Freiden noticed a trend shift in the world of canine imagery: shelter pet portraiture, meant to highlight adoptable animals.The trend works — … more
WINDSOR — A Berkshire native and New York City woman, separated by 30 birthdays, have crossed career paths in the woods of Windsor. more
Ryan Murphy said Wednesday on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" that the upcoming season of his critically acclaimed FX anthology series "American Horror Story" will focus on the 2016 presidential election."I don't have a title, but the season that … more
It's a common situation — strangers meet on vacation, strike up a quick friendship and promise to keep in touch once everyone returns home. But how many people keep the relationship going post-vacation, and just how well do they know each … more
Lenox — "Charming, funny and cranky," is how Berkshire composer Alice Spatz describes William Jay Smith, America's 19th Poet Laureate. more
Valerie Balint is no stranger to the Berkshires or its historic artists' homes. The newly appointed program manager of Historic Artists' Homes & Studios Program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation can trace the beginnings of her … more
Former newsman Brad Parks has enjoyed a successful run with a series of entertaining, well-crafted crime novels whose protagonist is a sharp-witted reporter at a Newark, New Jersey, daily that's in the midst of the same death throes that grip much … more
It's a good time to be in late-night television. Donald Trump's unorthodox presidency has primed America's appetite for shrewd commentary from a range of hosts including Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Trevor Noah, Samantha Bee, Bill Maher and John … more
MILTON — Sweaters for chickens? It sounds like a joke, but a plucky group of retirees in suburban Boston has hatched a plan to keep poultry warm during the New England winter.The unusual project began after members of a knitting club at Fuller … more
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