Vintage Super Bowl recipes: Unique party ideas honor the referee

Editor's Note: These recipes are pulled from The Berkshire Eagle's archives. This story and photograph originally ran in the paper in 1988. YEAR: 1988 Super Bowl XXII TEAMS: Washington Redskins …

Vintage Super Bowl recipes: Score big with spicy wings, macaroni toss Editor's Note: These recipes are pulled from The Berkshire Eagle's archives. This story and photograph originally ran in the paper in 1 YEAR: 1988 Super Bowl XXII TEAMS: Washington Redskins and …
Ty Allan Jackson is ready for his next big chapter PITTSFIELD — Local author Ty Allan Jackson is having a moment. The month of January isn't even over, and he's already been featured in a Disney+ episode of "Marvel's Hero Project," a Martin …
Berkshire chefs return to James Beard House On Friday, eight area chefs will travel to New York City once again to collaborate in crafting an elaborate six-course meal using seasonal ingredients from local farms and producers for the "Rooted …
Author Q&A: Open book with Julia McKenzie Munemo For Julia McKenzie Munemo's first published work, she tackled something incredibly personal — her deceased father's legacy, which included penning pulp fiction novels about interracial …
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Mysteries from the Morgue: Was the Berkshire gold rush an elaborate hoax? The crowd gathered at the Hinsdale Mining Co. on Oct. 7, 1899, held its breath as the hammer fell upon the clay crucible in the center of the room. It cracked, splinters flying into the air, as a …
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John Seven | Viewer's Discretion: Series, animated short look at forms of immigration
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Review: In 'Your Best One' at Capital Repertory Theatre, good intentions are not always the stuff of good drama
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Mahaiwe adds to season lineup
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FAMILY FUN Free skating event The first 100 people in the door get to enjoy free admission and skate rentals, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Saturday, at Boys & Girls Club of the Berkshires, 16 Melville … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Tea reigns supreme in England — and other countries once in the British Commonwealth — but it is also perfect for warding off New England's cold, windy … more
GHENT, N.Y. — Ghent Playhouse is seeking director proposals for its 2020-2021 season. The theater presents five productions each year, between October and June. "We are looking for a … more
Like many people from many walks of life, dancers are often fascinated by their field's family tree. Modern dancers and aficionados may have an easier time in the tracing-back game: the genre is … more
PITTSFIELD — When artist Ace Amillion sits across from someone, she really sees them — the shadows on their face, the way skin tones reflect different colors. "I study people's faces … more
Details: The Capitol Restaurant: 55 Main St., North Adams. 413-662-2500 Recipe for success: I was a big fan of this restaurant's predecessor, The Hub, who, in my opinion, had the best burgers in … more
LENOX — As Nudel restaurant reopens after a short holiday break, chef/owner Bjorn Somlo has decided to kick off the new year, and the new decade, with a new concept — a vegetable-forward menu that promises to be "resolution friendly." more
PITTSFIELD — Downtown fixture House of India restaurant is on the move to its third North Street location in 25 years. It's not going far, just down the road to the former On A Roll Cafe space … more
The journey taken by The Lucky 5 that's lead to their new recording is more than just a personal one for the band — it's a journey through musical history. more
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