Anne Thompson will lead a tour of her "Trail Signs" at The Clark on Dec. 5.
Ghent Playhouse returns after a long, pandemic-forced shutdown, with its traditional panto production.
The awards, presented by the Berkshire Theatre Critics Association at the Zion Luther Church on Nov. 15, were for outstanding achievements in theater productions in the Berkshires and its environs between Oct. 1, 2019 and Sept. 30, 2021.
"Jan Brett: Stories Near and Far," a show featuring 120 works by author/illustrator Jan Brett is on view through March 6, 2022, at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
"Competing Currents: 20th-century Japanese Prints" now on view at the Clark Art Institute, examines two artistic movements of the early and mid-20th century that helped reinvigorate Japanese woodblock prints and move them back into the mainstream market.
A pilgrim in the stocks, a little boy who may or may not have learned Santa's true identity and Pepsi-drinking Santa Claus are among the images and illustrations on display as part of a small but robust offering of Norman Rockwell's holiday-inspired artwork at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
LENOX — Artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp, today, is, as the Museum of Modern Art states on its website for the exhibition "Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction," "considered to be one of the most multitalented modern artists."
The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is about to get underway and it's easy to forget to take a moment for yourself. We suggest you pause, and as an act of self care, take a moment to view some of the amazing art found in small galleries around the Berkshires. To get you started, we'r…
STOCKBRIDGE — Golden leaves take flight at Berkshire Botanical Garden — but not in the landscape, now slumbering at season’s end.
Twenty performing arts, museums and related organizations doing business or based in Berkshire County received $19.3 million from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Berkshire Theatre Group is lining up more live, in-person events this summer, announcing the addition of two concert series: Broadway Favorites and the return of Bobbie’s Summer Series.
Call me a wedding planner! Weddings, as we knew them prior to COVID-19, are on the horizon.
If all goes well, Massachusetts will relax its gathering restrictions for indoor and outdoor events on May 29, allowing for groups of 200 indoors and 250 outdoors; with a plan to remove all business restrictions on Aug. 1.
"I think that may be a sign. Aug. 1 is Herman Melville's birthday," said Lesley Herzberg, executive director of the Berkshire County Historical Society at Herman Melville’s Arrowhead, as over a dozen Berkshires-based wedding vendors primped the lawn of the historic farmhouse, at 780 Holmes Road, for a wedding-themed photo shoot.
Looking for something new to stream this weekend? John Seven offers up two Netflix picks.
Charlotte Sorenson was riffling through a newspaper one morning in December when she recognized someone in a gallery advertisement for a Norman Rockwell painting that she had not seen in years: herself.
There she was, a teenager in a cluster of schoolmates in graduation-day caps and gowns. Rockwell had called the painting “Bright Future for Banking.”
Here's what's playing — April 30 - May 6 — at in-person and virtual cinemas in the Berkshires and environs.
Recently, I picked up the cookbook and began thumbing through the pages, pausing twice, for a chocolate babka recipe and on another for challah bread that promised a dough that isn't sticky.
Every year we have a big latke-making session, frying up a double recipe. What we don’t eat that first night I freeze on a half sheet pan in layers, separated by foil or wax paper.
Who has time to think about breakfast on Thanksgiving morning? If you're hosting, your mind is sure to be on other things — getting the turkey in the oven, getting the side dishes underway, …
In a quest to find a "better" pumpkin pie to serve this Thanksgiving, members of The Eagle's features and digital content departments tried out four different variations of this Thanksgiving dessert ahead of the holiday.
It's the stuff of nightmares for Thanksgiving cooks: serving dry, bland turkey. A plump, juicy and tasty Thanksgiving turkey, with evenly roasted white and dark meat, is the Holy Grail of home cooks …
Unless you have had years of experience preparing the annual Thanksgiving feast, taking on the task can be intimidating. Don't let fear of failure get in the way of experiencing the joy to be had in …
Dennis Pregent went searching for some of the interesting people who were born in the Northern Berkshires. He profiles 35 of them in his new book, "Born in the Berkshires."
In this age of plenty, with more books being published than ever, choosing what to read isn’t easy. A trusted bookseller, friend, or reviewer’s recommendation might be more consistently reliable, but there’s also something to be said for keeping an eye on the big literary prizes for some guidance.
Amateur sleuth Stevie Bell needs a good murder to solve. Luckily, there's a cold case, the Box in the Woods murders, waiting to be solved in the Berkshire Hills.
In a nearly 200-page book about the history of Great Barrington, longtime Berkshire Eagle Our Berkshires columnist said his goal was to “go beyond the historical side to the human side and find little stories to tell.”
In "The Book Of Magic," due to hit shelves Tuesday, Oct. 12, author Alice Hoffman takes us back to the magical house on Magnolia Street, where the story of sisters Sally and Gillian Owens first began.
In her memoir “Half of a Whole”, longtime Lenox resident Marilyn Haus goes where few dare — in pursuit of an honest understanding of the dysfunction in her family of origin, and of her part as an actor in those relationships.