When I started my berkshiregirl blog and Facebook page, I was doing it for my own entertainment. I have a huge love and fascination for the Berkshires and I'm currently in the process of writing a book based on the Berkshires. So, I am always learning new tidbits and historical facts, and of course, I like … Continue reading the story "A brief peek at the ‘why’ of berkshiregirl"
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A new aerial adventure park is opening soon in the Berkshires, and this Berkshiregirl got a sneak peek last week! I have done basic aerial courses in the past, and have seen the different aerial parks around the county, so I was wondering if I would find anything unique at this new place, … Continue reading the story "Berkshire County’s newest aerial adventure park is amazing!"
HimalaSalt . I have used Himalayan salts before, but never this brand, so I was excited to try them out. Everyone knows how much I love local products, so I was hoping that I would love these, so I could share … Continue reading the story "Himala Salt for this Berkshiregirl, Please!"I recently received an assortment of products from
The other day, I was in a local coffee shop, and happened to run into Noel Prophet, a local musician and actor. We both had some free time, so I was able to sit with him over a cup of coffee, where I found out more about his new project, Soul … Continue reading the story "Berkshiregirl talks with Noel Prophet, of ‘Soul Prophet & the Faithless Few’."
Today, I ventured to Pittsfield for the sole purpose of stopping into Naturally Catering & Takeout, the new place at Berkshire Organics. The owner is chef Aura Whitman, and she is the former owner of my favorite café in the Berkshires (which is now … Continue reading the story "A tasty lunch at Naturally Catering & Takeout"
Last month, when local business woman and upcycler extraordinaire, Crispina Ffrench, sent out an open invitation for a 'Scrap Bag Challenge', I knew that I had to be in on it. I have always loved crafting and creating, and though I am by no means a master seamstress ( or even a … Continue reading the story "Crispina’s Scrap Bag Challenge"
This past weekend, I attended one of the Whitney Center for the Arts events, this one being a wonderful night of cabaret. Featuring singer and pianist, Ron Ramsay and singer, Samantha Talora, "Our Time" was a fabulous night of … Continue reading the story "“Our Time” cabaret night at the Whitney Center for the Arts"
Snow means different things to different people around New England. Kids, of course think the more the better, and will gladly spend hours playing in the frigid temperatures. There are the outdoor sports enthusiasts, who pray for the fluffy stuff, so they can get out on the slopes or hit the trails. Then there are those of us, who are either just muddling through, praying … Continue reading the story "Winter snow in the Berkshires"
We are fortunate, in the Berkshires, to live in the land of abundant farms and people who are committed to healthy foods, as a way of life. In the summertime, it's easy to find fresh, local produce. There are farmer's markets, roadside stands, and if you don't garden yourself, you know someone who does, that will willingly supply … Continue reading the story "Natural Food Stores in the Berkshires"