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PITTSFIELD — Long before Teach for America, a young Sherwood Guernsey II (his dad hated the term "junior") took a job at a public school in northern New Hampshire, ink fresh on his Dartmouth … more
North Adams — Bring nature indoors and impress your friends and family this holiday season by making your own boxwood tree. "You'll be surprised, it lasts a lot longer than you keep your … more
"BROKEN" (BRITBOX)I'd like to say I'm surprised the BBC series, "Broken," hasn't gotten more attention, but I suppose I'm not. I think the reason it hasn't has a lot to do with what makes it such a … more
MONTEREY — As Ray Tryon describes it, one day he decided to build a barn and get himself some draught horses. "I was in the excavation business," Tryon said. He started Tryon Construction Company in 1948, and over time, he became interested in horses. "It just appealed to me and it was a good escape from the business stuff." more
A few years ago, networks like Hulu and Netflix were fighting to have their original programming recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. This year, the Golden Globe's television … more
Thomas Coen has structured his life around dog shows, but it wasn't a predictable path."I didn't come from a family that was interested in dogs," Coen said at his south Berkshire County home … more
"Bala Loca" (Netflix)It's a lot easier to find series with serial killers as heroes than journalists, but Chilean import "Bala Loca" does a great job at trying to change that. Set against the … more
We are in the midst of awards season, and one of the 2017 films that is being given serious consideration is partly set in the Berkshires — and, perhaps, influenced by one of the area's … more
In this column, staff at the Center for EcoTechnology offer advice on easy ways for people — and businesses — to introduce green changes in their daily lives.Q: Winter has arrived. Can … more
STOCKBRIDGE — What's in Terry and Jane Shea's barn? The simple answer: History. The more complicated one involves a flow chart of ancestry, tracing the Stockbridge barn — and the property it sits on, along with the house — through more than 150 years of single-family ownership. One family can collect a lot of things over the course of 13 decades. more
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