Berkshires Week & the Shires of Vermont
(Photos by Jess Gamari / Special to Berkshires Week & Shires of Vermont)
Spice of life: Searching for fall flavor in North Adams

From warm, crunchy apple crisp and salted caramel candy apples to steamy pumpkin spice lattes and roasted butternut squash soup, the Berkshires spills over with fall foods. We set out to explore North Adams for an afternoon in search of local seasonal flavor. NORTH ADAMS -- From warm, crunchy apple crisp and salted caramel candy apples to steamy pumpkin spice lattes and roasted butternut squash soup, the Berkshires spills over with fall foods. Full Story
 
 
 
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Updated: May 15, 2014 6:32:35 PM EDT
Grammy Museum's new exhibit explores Laurel Canyon's music scene in the '60s, '70s

"What is up in Laurel Canyon/ The seat of the beat," sang Van Dyke Parks on his "Song Cycle" album in 1968. Full Story
Japanese honeysuckle is sweet but aggressive
Honeysuckle is a blessing or a curse, depending on why and where you plant it and which type you plant. Full Story

Grammy Museum's new exhibit explores Laurel Canyon's music scene in the '60s, '70s
"What is up in Laurel Canyon/ The seat of the beat," sang Van Dyke Parks on his "Song Cycle" album in 1968. Full Story

Japanese honeysuckle is sweet but aggressive
Honeysuckle is a blessing or a curse, depending on why and where you plant it and which type you plant. Full Story

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Swiss photographer Rene Burri dies at 81

GENEVA (AP) — Rene Burri, a Swiss photographer who captured iconic black and white images of Communist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and painter Pablo Picasso, has died. Full Story
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Charlie Sheen breaks up with porn star fiancee

The “Anger Management” star had planned to marry Brett Rossi in November, but now says he wants to devote his time to his children.