The Berkshires Blog

Get Real at the Rockwell

Norman Rockwell Museum is keeping it “real” this summer. On view through October 30, Rockwell and Realism in an Abstract World looks at the schism that developed between realist and abstract art, ... Read more...

Posted on July 21, 2016

Shakespeare in the Park

By Enrico Espada Now in its third year, Pittsfield Shakespeare in the Park returns with another free, outdoor, all-ages production: "The Tempest", Shakespeare's tale of magic and redemption. Fou... Read more...

Posted on June 28, 2016

Rejuvenate in the Berkshires

By Kim Ostellino The world can be a hectic place, so it's good to take time some to rejuvenate and focus on your health and well-being. Through diet and lifestyle, you can be a healthier you, and t... Read more...

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Why Just Visit When You Can Live Here

By Nancy Macy On most weekends in the Berkshires, the pace of our small towns and villages is a bit quicker than usual. Out-of-state vehicles flow steadily through main streets. Pedestrians explore... Read more...

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Accessible Hiking Trails

By Darcie Sosa In the Berkshires, we are lucky enough to have an abundance of great hiking options. While some days you want a good workout in the woods with a more strenuous hike, others you want ... Read more...

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H2-Oh Yeah!

Discover the Freshwater Adventures of the Berkshires The warmth of late spring and summer is here and that can only mean one thing - it’s time to enjoy the lakes, ponds, rivers and streams of the B... Read more...

Posted on June 1, 2016

5 Great Late-Night Spots

by Nancy Macy Wondering where to go in the Berkshires for a late-night bite, beverage or live music? Here are five of the best after-dark hot spots that will not disappoint: Lion’s Den, Re... Read more...

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