The Berkshires Blog

Three Times the Museum Fun

Many people think of museums as a static environment, where art can be quietly and casually admired, but as the times have changed many museums are transforming to become more dynamic spaces, attracti...  Read more...

Posted on October 18, 2018

Tim Burke, Mill Town Capital

For Pittsfield native Tim Burke, age 33, the decision to return to the Berkshires with his wife and young daughter was both personal and professional. The region’s high-quality, approachable way ...  Read more...

Posted on October 18, 2018

Enjoy Gilded Age Splendor

By Kara L. Thornton The Berkshires, a popular Gilded Age vacation destination, offers a wonderful way to experience this time in American history through unique tours of many preserved and unique h...  Read more...

Posted on September 24, 2018

Get Outside and Enjoy the Foliage

By Darci Sosa We know when the night air turns brisk and children return to school that fall is on its way. Along with it, comes the beautiful Berkshire foliage. Visitors both near and far and resi...  Read more...

Posted on September 8, 2018

Kids’ Weekend in the Berkshires

A weekend trip to the Massachusetts Berkshires from our suburb near Boston has become our family’s summer tradition. Last summer I offered you a Two-Day Massachusetts Berkshires itinerary (With or W...  Read more...

Posted on August 6, 2018

Charlie O’Brien, Adams Community Bank

The Berkshires have been part of Charlie O’Brien’s life since childhood when he and his family came up to the area from their Long Island home to ski. Since then, the 59-year-old President and CEO...  Read more...

Posted on August 4, 2018

Charming Downtown Shopping Trail

By Darcie Sosa Is there anything better than going on a shopping spree while on vacation? The Berkshires has hundreds of quaint stores filled with authentic goods. Be sure to bring your wallet — ...  Read more...

Posted on August 4, 2018