Mother Nature always gets the last laugh.
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.
Four quintessential New England towns welcome Christmas-season visitors.
Grab a pair of snowshoes and put on extra layers because it’s winter in the Berkshires, and you might as well enjoy it.
From humble Colonial beginnings to Gilded Age grandeur, these houses, mansions, inns and hotels are worth taking a stroll inside.
Manchester’s Kimpton Taconic Hotel blends rustic charm and modern luxury.
By Robin Anish Roast turkey, oyster stuffing, mashed potatoes, squash, turnip, pies and puddings — traditional fare found on any New England Thanksgiving table — mark the start of a season of eating. Amidst the holiday season that spans from November through December, there is no other time of year that people are more enthusiastic… Continue reading Kitchens are hopping in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont!
A vintage 1940s train slowly enters the small Vermont station. Christopher Pop-In-Kins, the top elf waving gleefully, stands alongside his fellow elves. A curious crowd of children and their families wiggle in anticipation.