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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."
Memorial Day Weekend, the Paradise City Arts Festival returns to the Three County Fairgrounds for its annual spring show with 200 artists and master craft makers from 15 states.
Former North Adams Transcript reporter and Adams native Donna Roberts has published her second novel, "Running with Hounds … and an English Degree."
Pittsfield-based author Kevin O’Hara is known through his books and decades of Berkshire Eagle columns for his warm, witty and whimsical tales. There are plenty of all three in his newly released book, but the title, “Ins and Outs of a Locked Ward: My 30 Years as a Psychiatric Nurse” tells r…
At a time when the news is filled with war, with civil unrest, with uncertainty, with fistshaking and fingerpointing, a little bit of kindness can go along way. With a seeming sixth sense for this universal need of messages for kindness and care, James Crews has partnered with Storey Publishing on a second anthology of poems, "The Path To Kindness," set to release on April 12.
Authors in and around the Berkshires have been busy. Here's a look at a few of the new works, ranging from collections of poetry to memoirs about less-than-friendly pooches, that have been published in the last 10 months.
Author Ruth Bass has released a new book in her series about the Sherman and Hibbard families.
The Mount has invited author Rebecca Hall to highlight the art and craft of memoir writing in the form of her graphic novel, "Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts." She'll participate in a virtual conversation with Courtney Maum on Thursday, Feb. 24.