The Rural We
Meet the new executive director of Berkshire Grown.
The Hudson-based cut paper artist is celebrating the publishing of two new books.
Her debut album, “Howls from Deep in the Woods,” was released last year, and she'll be performing in Egremont on Nov. 24.
The Catwalk co-founder and co-manager also teaches classes at Moving Arts Exchange in Great Barrington.
Lynda Campbell creates beautiful works on paper using a letterpress printing technique that dates back to the 15th century.
Hudson's Emily Ritz is an artist and musician who recently self published the Lumpland Coloring Book.
The author will be speaking about her new book, "Slipper" at The Mount on Oct. 11.
Enjoyable to drink or cook with, sweet and fermented ciders are also the basis for many kitchen staples.
Playwright Elizabeth Diggs is bringing her new historical drama to PS21.
Finding Wholeness in the Company of Trees
His career has paralleled the birth and growth of TV news.