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For a single year, Lenox could claim it was home to the largest home in America. But in 1895, the 100-room Shadow Brook paled in comparison to Biltmore House, the 250-room mansion built by George … more
NORTH ADAMS — Artists can share their work in museums, galleries and private collections around the world, but without printed pages devoted to their exploits, even some masters run the risk of … more
"Just a Journalist: On the Press, Life, and the Spaces Between," by part-time Stockbridge resident Linda Greenhouse, is a thoroughly readable personal account and analysis of ground-breaking shifts … more
STOCKBRIDGE — "I want you to call me Norman."When Mary Whalen Leonard began posing for Norman Rockwell at his Arlington, Vt., studio, the famous illustrator let his 9-year-old subject know that … more
In Rachel Urquhart's debut novel, "The Visionist," a teenage girl burns down her family's home, killing her father and ultimately landing her in a Shaker community called the City of Hope in Western … more
TYRINGHAM — If Jan Brett has learned anything in the more than 30 years as a children's book author and illustrator creating dazzling, delicate worlds for little readers is those same little readers have big, capable minds."It's the best when … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — With the upcoming simultaneous release of her two books, "The Care and Feeding of a Pet Black Hole" and "Smoot: A Rebellious Shadow," Berkshire-based author Michelle Cuevas … more
Anyone who loves jazz, or anyone who ever wanted to know what the fascination is all about, will find fulfilling new territory to explore in the new collection of stories by Wesley Brown, "Dance of the Infidels."Playwright and novelist Brown is … more
KICKER: BOOK REVIEWBy Colin HarringtonSpecial to The EagleIn his new volume, "If You See Something, Say Something: A Writer Looks at Art," author Willard Spiegelman encourages us to look deeply and … more
LENOX — When the Community Access to the Arts Writers' Workshop made its debut at The Mount, Edith Wharton's home, last year, no one knew what to expect, including the writers, the organizers and the audience.It couldn't have gone better."Last … more
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