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Comedy Camp

by James Yeara July 3, 2014


  Thirty years ago, Charles Ludlam wrote a comic masterpiece. Here, the Berkshire Theatre Group celebrates it with a ridiculously hysterical production on the Fitzgerald Main Stage in Stockbridge. The Mystery of Irma Vep is a ...

Berkshire Theatre Group Fitzpatrick Main Stage

Going Out to Play

by The Staff June 5, 2014


  The Comfort of Nature Camping: never again. Because after a meal of Pittsburgh hot dogs—charred on the outside but cool in the center because they kept falling off the overly supple green-twig skewer into the fire—with ...

O Pittsfield!

by Stephen Leon June 19, 2013


If I had a quarter in my pocket and Mom wasn’t expecting me home immediately after school, I might have headed over to Elm Street when Egremont Elementary School let out. Jules Superette was a ...


Spring Roll Dynasty

by B.A. Nilsson June 22, 2011


We were waiting for spring rolls. Not any spring rolls, but the legendary ones we all discovered at Kim’s Dragon, a wonderful Vietnamese restaurant on Route 20 heading into ...

Collectors’ Choice

by The Staff May 19, 2011


“What catches the eye of an art collector?” While the answer surely varies from collector to collector, the latest offering from the Berkshire Museum seeks to examine that question with an eclectic exhibition drawn from the ...

Berkshire Museum

The Travelin’ Mccourys

by The Staff February 23, 2011


The Del McCoury Band can proudly claim the title of the most awarded band in bluegrass history. Del McCoury proved himself a legend over his 50-year-and-counting career, and for the last 20 or so Del ...

Don’t Ever Change

by B.A. Nilsson January 12, 2011


You may think you walked into the wrong place, as I thought. It’s not that the Highland doesn’t look sufficiently restaurant-like; rather, it looks like you’ve entered an Italian joint from your parents’ childhood. ...

The Highland restaurant