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Jacob's Pillow cancels season

BECKET, Mass. — In a blow to the Berkshires' peak cultural season, there will be no dance in the Becket hills this summer. For the first time in its 88-year history, Jacob's Pillow Dance …

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Ratatouille: The dish, not the movie As this is an article appearing in the Food section, the ratatouille I'm referring to is the French vegetable dish, not the movie. I did have a good laugh though while researching when I came across …
Too hot to cook? Just make pasta salad ... We're headed into the dog days of summer ... temperatures this weekend are predicted to be near 90 degrees. In that type of heat, no one wants to heat up their house by using the oven and even …
Dining al fresco: A cheese dish picnic perfect In the almost 10 years I worked at cheese counters in the Berkshires, the most fun I had was when Yo-Yo Ma came into the shop with some friends from Paris, who had flown in for Yo-Yo's daughter's …
'A classic summertime drink' This weekend will be filled with Memorial Day celebrations — the unofficial start of summer in New England (the official start is Friday, June 21) — and Saturday is National Wine Day. …
May is for morels "If I told you, I'd have to kill you!" is a common tongue-in-cheek answer that a successful morel mushroom forager will give you if you ask where they found their harvest of these delicious, elusive …
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Editor's note: This year, to mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote, Southern Vermont Landscapes is celebrating the history of women from our region, … more
Editor's note: In January, Jeanine Cummins' scheduled visit to the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester was canceled, as the book's publishers said the author and the stores she was slated to visit had … more
In the summer, dinnertime is regularly blissful. We saunter out to our garden, find a perfectly ripe tomato, cut some greens, a sprig of basil, and happily trot into the kitchen. A meal of caprese … more
Town meetings can last for hours as residents make important decisions regarding their communities. more
Photography talk: Alison Wright showcases the magnetic stories of remarkable women living in post-conflict or hard-to-reach areas in developing countries in "Grit and Grace: The Empowerment of Women … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Vermont Arts Exchange's "Artreach" Program continues with an exhibition of work by Aimee LaPorte at the Taconic Spine in Manchester. LaPorte spent her formative years … more
NEW YORK — The new coronavirus has reached Broadway, but the shows on the Great White Way are scheduled to go on as planned. A part-time usher and security guard who worked at two theaters … more
SYDNEY — Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are isolated in stable condition in an Australian hospital Thursday after contracting the new coronavirus, the actor and Australian officials … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Women's Film Festival, originally scheduled for March 20-29 in Brattleboro, has been rescheduled to fall due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus, the festival's … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Main Street Arts' production of "Cabaret," set to open Friday at the Bellows Falls Opera House, has been postponed due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus.  A … more

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