This week ...
Take 5 with Chris Thile
LENOX — "A Prairie Home Companion" and its successor, "Live from Here," have long been tied to the Midwest. But come September, … Read More
'Still I Rise': Art that evokes 'thoughtful experiences'
NORTH ADAMS — In Genevieve Gaignard's portrait, "The 99cent Store," a young woman, dressed in a pink sweatshirt with black kittens … Read More
Hancock Shaker Village to Host Second Annual Northeast Fiddlers' Convention
PITTSFIELD — The strum of banjos and the thumping of dancing feet have lured Americans from North and South to the warmth of a … Read More
A 'rock star' of the dinosaur world comes to the Berkshires
Each year, paleontologist Jack Horner addresses thousands of fans and scientists in the U.S. and around the world. His TED talk has … Read More
'Woodstock to the Moon: 1969 Illustrated' marks 'benchmark year'
STOCKBRIDGE — Fifty years ago, America was in a state of constant unrest as change swept across the nation and the world.It was the … Read More
Triplex to hold exclusive screening of Bob Dylan film
Bob Dylan embarked on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour to give fans a more intimate experience, traveling with a star-studded eponymous … Read More
Berkshires Week Calendars
Best Bets: Things to do in the Berkshires, June 13 - 19
ARTAn art-filled Fathers Day Norman Rockwell Museum is celebrating Fathers Day with a special program, "Father's Day: Fatherhood … Read More
Best Bets in the Berkshires for May 30 - June 5
ARTVisit Mass MoCA for freeCalling all North Adams residents — it's that time of year again for Mass MoCA's Free on the 3s. Bring … Read More
Nightlife, May 30 - June 5
LIVE MUSIC CHESTER COMMON TABLE 30 Main St., Chester 413-354-1076, Friday, May 31: Jim Eagan, … Read More
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Be pro-active: Stake your plants
I am a bit of a procrastinator, which explains why I will never be a master at staking and supporting perennials in the garden. For … Read More
Berkshire Botanical Garden exhibit shimmers
While some artists prefer watercolors or oils, Nancy Lorenz paints with mother-of-pearl and burnished gold leaf.This summer, at the … Read More
'What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael' celebrates the critic
GREAT BARRINGTON — "People don't tend to like a good critic. They tend to hate your guts," Pauline Kael says early on in Rob … Read More
'The very first' returns to Barrington Stage
Twenty five years ago, actress and singer Gail Nelson was the first person to perform at a brand new theater company called Barrington … Read More
New play celebrates Walt Whitman's 200th birthday
LENOX — On Walt Whitman's 200th birthday on Friday, May 31, actor and writer William Kinsolving will present a dramatic reading of … Read More
Thomas Christopher | Be-A-Better-Gardener: Ask your neighbors for pass-along plants
This is the premier shopping season for garden plants, and many purchases will be made in May by mail-order or by pilgrimages to local … Read More

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