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CHARLEMONT — In a more difficult labyrinth, the pun-laden advice from animals on information sheets lining the paths of Hicks Family Farm Corn Maze might seem unnecessarily cruel."Cherish wide … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Rays of autumn sun settled over Indian Line Farm last Friday evening, swaddling the South Egremont hills in a lingering, golden glow. CSA members meandered between tables of harvested produce in the old dairy barn and then, wandering down a two-track dirt lane, entered the fields to pick husk cherries and flowers. more
A group of teen camp counselors sit around a campfire in the woods, each trying to scare the other with tales of a serial killer that slaughtered the campers at a nearby summer camp in the recent … more
WEST SPRINGFIELD — Country singer-songwriter Cole Swindell is from a small town in rural Georgia, so local fairs were a significant part of his childhood."That was like the biggest event we had," the 34-year-old Bronwood, Ga. (population: 513, … more
WEST SPRINGFIELD — Understanding country singer-songwriter Cam requires knowing the stereotype she embraces and the stereotypes she defies.In regards to the former, Cam (born Camaron Ochs) has curly blonde hair and is perpetually wearing … more
She had a cow. He had some land. Amelia and Will Conklin's love story began when both Sheffield natives finished up their college studies and left behind traveling to return to their roots. Will inherited his great-grandfather's land, formerly used as summer dairy pastures, at Sky View Farm, and he set to work returning them to productivity. Amelia, who was in the Peace Corps, decided to leave a rural village in Paraguay to raise cows in her own rural hometown in the Berkshires. more
This current weekend's Halloween parties and happenings were only a taste of what's to come as we get closer to Oct. 31. This guide includes events that will go bump in the night and provide … more
Editor's Note: In light of recent discussions about artwork being sold, we've been asking ourselves, how are work of art authenticated before a sale? How does the art world know if a piece is real? … more
Behind two swinging wooden doors adorned with an ironic "beware of attack cow" sign, Bill Galusha performs his life's work. Three days a week, the 60-year-old paces in the sunken corridor between his milking parlor's two platforms, where, at 3 a.m. and 3 p.m. each day, cows are ushered in 22 at a time. Galusha's job is to hook up milking machines to teats, hose off hooves and check each of his 230 beloved dairy cows for disease. more
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