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May 2018

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In This Issue

Freedom From What?

Dog Has Its Day

ArtWeek–– April 27-May 6, 2018

P.R.O.M.

From “promposals” to the promenade, it’s all about the runup to the big night

’Shires to Broadway

Weather or Not

Events in The Berkshires––April-June

Food and Tippling

New books that share ancient secrets of flavorful cooking

Hands On

Master craftsmen pass down their artistry through apprenticeships

Farmhouse Flair

A couple with opposite tastes concoct their own “Cocktail Shaker Village”

Ten Minutes with The Berkshire's Two Mayors

Linda Tyer of Pittsfield and Tom Bernard of North Adams

Indie Out

Boondocks Film Society produces cool movie events

Soil + Shul

A Jewish colony that came and went in the Berkshires

The Passion of Joan of Arc

The Cantilena Choir joins musicians to present a silent film

Wrestle Me This

Mat tactics have come to the Berkshires—and everyone’s invited

Wild Cats

A local animal group’s mission is to control the cat population––Berkshire Animal DREAMS

Freedom to Travel

An exhibit on FDR and Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms goes global

Art Connections

CATA celebrates 25 years with its Berkshire community

Sup’s Up

Otto’s Kitchen bigger, better and more delicious comfort food

Where is the best place to see the sunrise in the Berkshires?

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Ten Minutes with Gilbert Gottfried

The legendary comedian talks about his life and comedy

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An artist's vision of local inns and fashion

Rockin' a Country Road

James Taylor, at peace in the Berkshires

Nature's Larder

Building a new restaurant at Tourists hotel
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