Topics :: Berkshires
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By Matthew Wexler | Thursday Dec 26, 2013
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute inaugurates its new and expanded facilities this summer with four new exhibits and the reinstallment of its permanent collection.
By EDGE | Friday Nov 22, 2013
Looking to mix up your holiday spread with some new takes on classic dishes? EDGE procured recipes from the historic Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, Mass., which has been serving up feasts for more than two centuries. Bird not included.
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Mar 5, 2013
Berkshires chefs descended upon Manhattan to present "The Berkshire Cure-All," a multi-course dinner that celebrated the region’s commitment to preserving the bounty of the harvest season.
By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Feb 5, 2013
Berkshires chefs invade New York City March 1 for a one-night-only eating extravaganza that will focus on the culinary art of curing.
By David Perry | Friday Jan 25, 2013
Mark Johnson and Maurice Peterson met at the YMCA, but their love for each other and for life’s indulgences resulted in the Berkshires’ premier day spa: SEVEN salon.spa, in Stockbridge, Mass.
By Daniel Shaw | Tuesday Jan 22, 2013
Burning Man, eBay and a unique sense of style inspire Maple Glen, the latest property addition to the Red Lion Inn.
By Robert Israel | Monday Jul 11, 2011
There is much to discover in Berkshire County, Massachusetts -- 1,000 square miles bordering on Vermont, New York and Connecticut -- especially in the summer, when outdoor and cultural activities abound.
By Matthew Wexler | Friday Sep 24, 2010
Same-sex marriage has been legal since 2004, but don’t expect to see a barrage of gay flags or kitsch shops synonymous with Provincetown or Fire Island. The Berkshires, instead, present a mix of Gilded Age charm with a burgeoning food scene.
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