With the drudgery of the winter behind us(at least, it better be behind us!), I decided to start venturing out and about more to check out some Berkshire places that I have yet to visit, or revisit places that I hadn't been in awhile. The Berkshires are becoming a 'foodie's mecca', so I thought that checking out some local eateries was in order. A bit earlier … Continue reading the story "Recent Eats in the Berkshires – Castle Street Cafe"
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There are many things to love about the Berkshires, but one of the best assets that the Berkshires can claim is its culture. We have everything from great museums, to extraordinary musical venues, to historical spots. And true to the generous spirit that can be found throughout the county, many of these cultural events and … Continue reading the story "Culture in the Berkshires is always fabulous, and often free."
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’."
Last night, I made my way to the Whitney Center for the Arts(http://www.galleryw.org/), where they were hosting an evening of opera arias, set in a lovely informal atmosphere, such as would be found in the olden days of Mozart. The event is known as 'Opera Notte at the Whit', and plans to be a regular affair, bringing … Continue reading the story "A night of opera at the Whitney Center for the Arts"