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LENOX — Shakespeare & Company's new artistic director, Allyn Burrows, didn't look like a man on the run when he walked into Haven Cafe and Bakery on a sunny morning in July, ordered a glorious morning muffin and a coffee and sat down at … 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
Meal kits — offered by companies like HelloFresh and Blue Apron — have taken the food industry on a wild ride in recent years, and time-strapped families have fully embraced the option. They're on the high end of affordable, roughly $10 … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — If you want to emulate Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, you have to eat your vegetables.That's the essential message of his line of "Tom Brady Performance Meals," a series of dinners created with input from Brady, the … more
PITTSFIELD — On a muggy Saturday morning, 56-year-old Karen McIntyre turned her back to an unoccupied swimming pool at the base of Bousquet Mountain and pounced on a boulder near the water's perimeter. After minutes of quizzical looks at the … more
Appalachian Trail hikers are a familiar sight in Berkshire County, where the trail cuts through many of the towns, running for 90 miles through the county. Wearing backpacks, carrying walking sticks or trekking poles, sporting long hair and beards … more
PITTSFIELD — Far beyond the right centerfield wall at Wahconah Park, past the flagpole and scoreboard and trees overlooking the field, five people were huddled around a series of wooden crates in the Pittsfield Cemetery. The cases were stocked … more
WEST STOCKBRIDGE — For eminent pianist Emanuel Ax — "Manny" to one and all — this is an especially sweet Berkshires summer.For the first time, he has cleared his concert schedule, except for several performances at Tanglewood, so … more
STOCKBRIDGE — The Red Lion Inn is a grand dame of hostelry; the kind of welcoming, centuries old establishment — it's been around since 1773 — that's not so easy to find these days. more
There's a mysterious quality to New England and Tony Dunne has spent the last five years chronicling that in "New England Legends" on PBS with author Jeff Belanger. Now the show — and the region's creepy weirdness— are getting a wider … more
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