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LENOX — Nearly 400 people attended The Tanglewood Gala, a fundraising cocktail hour, dinner and post-performance reception on Friday, July 7, the Boston Symphony Orchestra's opening night at Tanglewood.
The vast and lush grounds of Edith Wharton's country estate were once again brimming with visitors and multifaceted sculptures as The Mount and SculptureNow kicked off their fifth year of collaboration.
ast weekend was a momentous time in the arts as the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art opened its doors to thousands of guests, board members and supporters of all levels to view and witness the grand opening of Building 6.
PITTSFIELD — In her moving, honest and inspirational speech, The Brien Center’s Annual UNICO Dinner guest speaker, Amy Alexander, spoke in memory of her father when she quoted Norman Vincent Peale, the American minister and author known for hi
On a cool and misty evening in spring and among the candlelit spaces of the late Sarah Morgan's 1893 Jacobean Revival-style mansion, a full house of guests gathered along with a hodge podge of celebrity impostors.
This year’s BerkChique was presented by Catwalk Boutique, the hippest shop in resale clothing, owned by and in support of The Berkshire Humane Society.
NORTH ADAMS — The definition of mud is what dirt (mixture of soils) turns to after a heavy rain, which seems to characterize the well-seasoned mix of local and national comedians in their candid and "not suited to those under the age of 16" performa
The Williamstown Theatre Festival honored one of its own during its annual Gala at TAO Downtown NYC on March 13.
Artists of the Berkshires and beyond, Berkshire Art Association board members, honored guests and art collectors filled the Berkshire Museum’s ballroom for the sixth annual 10x10 RAP, or Real Art Party, the fundraiser benefiting local art students.
Entering the Berkshire Museum on Friday night was like stepping into a time machine: The Berkshire Young Professionals’ Back in Time Bash went all out to transport and entertain. What fun it was to unveil each room and find a meshing of eras where
A New Year's reception to say, 'Thank you'
The Scene surveys one New Year’s Eve with visits to two places: Methuselah and Blantyre
With pride, Berkshire Young Professionals welcome the holidays in style
At its annual celebration, Literacy Network of Southern Berkshire shines in hearts and minds of many
150-plus celebrated Hollywood-style
Local art stars sparkle in the night for IS183 Art School’s 25th anniversary gala
The Made in the Berkshires Festival
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