Hancock Shaker Village in the Berkshires is a museum that keeps alive the religion, history and culture of a small and devout group of people who fled religious persecution in England in the late 18th century and moved to find peace in America. The Shakers are said to have lived a “simple life,” but that… Continue reading From the editor
With temperatures on the rise, now’s the time to enjoy a great meal with a side of fresh air.
The Land Rover Experience Center in Manchester, Vt., takes luxury off-road.
Southern Vermont College’s Laumeister Arts Center opens its doors with a celebration of The New Yorker cartoons.
Norman Rockwell loomed large in the March/April issue of UpCountry magazine, and we received so much positive feedback for it that I wanted to thank you, dear readers, for sharing it. Meanwhile, one reader prompted an inquiry into whether Joe’s Diner in Lee, Mass., was the actual setting for Rockwell’s “The Runaway.” That’s the 1958… Continue reading From the Editor
Explore UpCountry sugar houses.
"Design-Your-Garden Toolkit" by Michelle Gervais
Ask Kent Lemme about his running career and he’ll tell you he’s always been an athlete, but he wasn’t always a runner.
Kate Morris on the art of harmony
If you’re spending winter on the couch, watch these films with local connections.