Kate Morris on the art of harmony
On the eve of the 2018 Winter Olympics, Vermont gold medalist Ross Powers is tapping his good fortune to propel the next generation of aspiring athletes.
Dion Snowshoes of North Bennington works to keep its edge in a niche sport.
Massachusetts Museum of Art curator Denise Markonish does things her way.
For Maggie Stuckey, gatherings around soup nights bring comfort to the season. By Jennifer Huberdeau Winter brings many things in New England: shorter days, longer nights, layered clothing, blustery winds, sub-zero temperatures, snow and ice. Hearty New Englanders take the cold weather in stride, turning the long, frigid nights into opportunities to enjoy a bowl… Continue reading The warmth of a winter soup
Vermont’s Robb Family Farm wondered if its future was past when it stopped milking cows after more than a century. Then Brooke Shields told People magazine about its maple syrup.
By John Seven Two breweries in the Berkshires are setting out to put the region on the map when it comes to beer lovers. When Best of the Berkshires winner Bright Ideas Brewing opened its doors just over a year ago on the Mass MoCA campus in North Adams, its goal was much loftier than… Continue reading Something Brewing in the Berkshires
Vermont artist Wolf Kahn marks his 90th birthday with a major new exhibit.
The iconic Berkshire town turns 250.
Nobody knows one Western Massachusetts trail quite like Scott Lewis.