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May 2016

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In This Issue

Special Tea

The Extra Special Tea shop lets customers explore and sample teas, served by people with special needs.

Pop Ups

Pop up restaurants are having a moment

Book Life

The little bookstore that could

Commence Speaking

Minding Their Business

Small companies are key to Pittsfield’s well-being

The Millers' Tale

Restoring a barn of historic proportion

Swain's Way

Williams College women's tennis coach racks record NCAA wins

Shaker Barn

An old barn becomes the model of efficiency

Dark Beauty

"The Pencil Assassin" displays hauntingly beautiful illustrations

Topical Treatment

Orion galvanizes its readers to take community action

Trans Formation

The Pearl, Jessica Dimmock’s film of transgender women

Indulge

A chocolate lover’s fantasy is temptingly close to home––Chocolate shops in the Berkshires

Mini-runs for Good

List of Berkshire 3K, 5K, 10K, and mini-marathons

On the Road Again

Listing of Roadside eats and local Snack Shacks that are a treat for all ages

Whiskey Neat

Five roadshow folk musicians tour, record, and jam in winning film

Estate––Visit––Planning

Landmark properties opening their doors to visitors

How many children did Shaker “Mother Ann” Lee have?

Ten Minutes With Francine Segan

A culinary historian and cookbook author

What’s found on the backside of Monument Mountain?

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Ten Minutes with Van Shields

The Berkshire Museum's Director

On Second Thought

A surge of weekend homeowners pushes boundaries

Find Him in a Cafe

Novelist Brendan Mathews leaves no Berkshire coffeeshop unturned

Rockin' a Country Road

James Taylor, at peace in the Berkshires

In the Weeds

Cannabis culture grows in the Berkshires
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