The Rural We
The Dutchess County author's latest book is "How to Disappear: Notes on Invisibility in a Time of Transparency."
Photographer Bill Wright talks about why he decided to start a family in the Berkshires and what he's working on creatively.
Torrington native Judith McElhone talks about how Five Points Gallery has helped with the revitalization of downtown.
Christina Barrett of Berkshire Community College talks about all her work for non-profits in the community as well as her life as a long distance runner.
James Burden of Red Apple Butchers talks about why buying local and supporting small businesses is going to save America.
Howard Rosenfeld, owner of The Smithy, talks about bringing "uber-local" food and goods to the village of New Preston.
Janet Elsbach talks about her plans for the Great Barrington Fairgrounds.