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Lenox resident shares egg-centric decorating tradition

LENOX — Tjassa Sprague makes a lot of omelets this time of year.Shortly after Ash Wednesday, the first day of the Lenten season, Sprague’s...

Hikers hit the trail to escape indoor isolation

With schools shuttered and many locals cooped up inside practicing social distancing while they work from home, some residents are turning to the pleasures...

Local historian’s column offers a window to the past

Gary Leveille swears he doesn’t live in the past, but for many residents of Southern Berkshire County, it’s elements of the past that’s attributed...

Cultural events put on pause

Traditional experiences at art, cultural and educational institutions are on pause in the Berkshires for the near future. Many organizations throughout Southern Berkshire County...

Rising blues prodigy to headline Berkshire Blues & Brews Festival

Blues guitarist Quinn Sullivan has been honing his craft for the past 18 years. But he is anything but a grizzled old bluesman of...

Sheffield man plays out a dream

Bobby MacVeety has checked a big dream off of his list of things he’s wanted to do in his lifetime. And locals have a...

Local architect makes his mark with South County projects

For every project he designs, there comes a point when architect Grigori Fateyev reaches the bittersweet moment when he must pass off his creation...

Diane Wortis assumes role of director of advancement at Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center

GREAT BARRINGTON — The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center welcomed a new director of advancement this week.Diane Wortis, who has worked for numerous Berkshire County-based...

Preserving the past: Artisans repair interior of National Shrine of the Divine Mercy chapel at Eden Hill

Richard Byrne of Dallas-based Artisan Restoration International polishes one of several cherubs inside the chapel at Eden Hill, the home of the National Shrine...

Pops Peterson: The making of a protest artist

A commemorative piece of protest art, featuring a number of women from the Berkshires, will be part of a month-long exhibit focusing on a...

Berkshires’ best to cook at New York’s James Beard House

Within the last three to four decades, food culture has seen a shift. In the past, the average diner didn’t care about the name...

Seeing Rockwell’s works in a whole new way

Interactive technology is changing the way patrons of a Stockbridge museum experience artwork.Since 1993, visitors of the Norman Rockwell Museum have admired the works...

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