Berkshires fall foliage photos

Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Cheshire Reservoir, Cheshire, MA

Berkshires fall foliage photos Article by Dave Read Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Cheshire Reservoir, Cheshire, MA Here are photos that display Berkshires Fall Foliage, the subtle, early autumn variety, as found on the section of the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail that runs along Cheshire Reservoir in Cheshire, MA. The images were made on Sept. 28, 2014 around  Read more…

Beethoven Symphony 9 at Tanglewood

Beethoven Symphony 9 at Tanglewood Aug. 24, 2014 final program by the Boston Symphony Orchestra summer home in the Berkshires, led by Charles Dutoit.

Beethoven Symphony 9 at Tanglewood Article by Dave Read The August 24 performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was the final item on the 2014 schedule of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s season at Tanglewood, as it almost always is. It is such an immense work of art that to call it a fitting way to  Read more…

2014 Tanglewood season wraps with Tony Bennet

Tony Bennett plays final concert of 2014 Tanglewood season.

2014 Tanglewood season wraps with Tony Bennet Article by Dave Read; On Thursday, August 28, Governor Deval Patrick will be a special guest on radio program Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, which will be recorded in the Shed at 8 PM for broadcast to its weekly audience of 3.2 million weekly listeners. The NPR news  Read more…

2014 Fall Foliage events in the Berkshires

Lenox, MA September view Berkshires Fall Foliage

2014 Fall Foliage events in the Berkshires Article by Dave Read Visitors to the Berkshires during Fall Foliage season 2014 will find a variety of events scheduled in many Berkshire county towns and cities, including Lenox, Lee, Stockbridge, Great Barrington, West Stockbridge, Williamstown, North Adams, Hancock, and Pittsfield, MA. Many Autumn celebrations are annual events  Read more…

Theatres in the Berkshires

Map of Berkshires theatres

Theatres in the Berkshires Article by Dave Read The Berkshires theatre scene began early in 1920 with establishment of Town Players of Pittsfield, one of the country’s oldest continually running non-profit theaters. In 1928, the Berkshire Playhouse opened in Stockbridge, evolving into the Berkshire Theatre Festival in 1967, when Al Pacino appeared in Does a  Read more…