The Details: GB Eats, a family-owned and operated restaurant for over 20 years, makes homemade meals from scratch, including breakfast, lunch and dinner with a variety of homemade desserts. This upscale diner also has a full liquor license (cocktails, beer, wine and boozy milkshakes) and a f…
Hideyo Okamura, an abstract artist living and working in North Adams, aims for his pieces to remain open to interpretation.
Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, better known as the American hip-hop band, The Roots, will take the stage 8 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 22 in Joe's Field at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. The Roots are just one of many musical acts happening in the Berkshires this weekend. We've rounded up a few performances for you ...
Over the years, David Pupo has become the informal historian of Blantyre, which has a story that spans the entire 20th century.
Pizzeria Boema in Lenox offers specialty pizzas, including a vegan pies, made with the freshest ingredients that hold their flavor when reheated as leftovers.
Playwright, director, actor and poet Melanie Maria Goodreaux will perform her original solo show, “Rita is the Goat,” at The Foundry in West Stockbridge, Friday, Aug. 13, through Sunday, Aug. 15.
The Haflinger Haus offers a menu filled with dishes inspired by or directly from Donald Sommers' grandmother and his Austrian heritage.
In response to the Black Lives Matter movement, Sharron Frazier-McClain, Barrington Stage Company's community engagement and EDI coordinator created the initiative Black Voices Matter to share Black narratives through the arts.
Looking for something to do in the Berkshires? We have three ideas for you ... Mill City Production's summer cabaret; a preview of 2022's Motorama Car Show on Main Street in North Adams and exploring the newly reopened second floor of the Berkshire Museum.
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GREAT BARRINGTON — Berkshire resident Alison Larkin was in her 50s and an empty-nest single mother of two when she met Bhima, an accomplished area scientist combating climate change. Both had immigrated to America 30 years ago, he from South India, she from England. They fell in love, and, f…
Four artists and the Real Eyes Gallery have partnered to raise funds for the Lousion House.
While the Berkshires' museums are preparing the summer shows they'll unveil at the beginning of June, now is a great time to check out what's happening in the smaller galleries across the county, several of which have openings or ongoing shows.
On Saturday, May 28, the Lucky 5 will perform at Spencertown Academy as part of the Roots and Shoots Concerts Series.
To many gardeners, Memorial Day weekend is considered the time for setting out plant starts. Here's how to be sure that the time is right to make the move from indoors to outdoors.
This week, Thom Smith offers up a trick to keep house sparrows out of bluebird boxes and offers advice on cleaning bird feeders and ridding yards of garlic mustard.
The Harry Conklin Fund for Farmsteads, a project of the Berkshire Community Land Trust, is hosting a fundraiser concert series this summer to help save Berkshire farmland and find a new home for Comstock and Colfax Farm.
Five contemporary playwrights — a few more if you fold in Shakespeare & Company’s new Plays in Process series — will be sharing Shakespeare & Company’s two indoor and two outdoor stages with two plays by the Bard of Avon.
So many gardening books appear every year, the bulk of them rehashing familiar topics, that it’s easy to become jaded. Among the more routine offerings, though, occasionally you find a gem. That’s how I’d classify Uli Lorimer’s new book, "The Northeast Native Plant Primer: 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden."
The farmers markets are opening up again, and some of the great joys of the early season produce are tender, sweet greens. Dress those greens with easy homemade salad dressings and crunchy croutons.
Tomatoes may get more attention, but throughout Italy, lemon also often finds its way into pasta. This one-pot pasta dish is the perfect way to highlight lemon in an easy weeknight meal.
The most powerfully comforting dishes combine the personal with the universal. In my kitchen, a bowl of soft polenta does exactly that.
What's better than attending a tea party? Attending a tea party with ginger scones and homemade jam!
This 5-ingredient, no-knead peasant bread is simple to make and ready in just three hours.
Although the most traditional combination would be strawberry-rhubarb, feel free to mix different combinations of fruits for this cobbler.