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July 2015

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Rockin' a Country Road

James Taylor, at peace in the Berkshires

Hear Us!

Riverbrook and the Berkshires are models for people of all abilities

Her Garden Mum

Designer Annie Selke’s home is a labor of love—inside and out

The Art of It: Twilight Falls

Mary Sipp Green of Stockbridge has been painting for more than 40 years

Living Museum

Behold! New Lebanon, living museum of contemporary, rural life kicks off on July 4

Innovative Performance

Mass Live Arts festival - July 6-26

Let Them Eat Crêpe

Oh Crêpe! restaurant has a menu featuring both sweet and savory

Time Out

Taking a gap year isn't just for high school graduates

Ten Minutes With Mandy Greenfield

WTF’s new artistic director

The Whit

Former Women’s Club is now home to an eclectic arts center


Experimental musicians take their festival to the streets

Pets Welcome

Plenty of pet-friendly places can be found in the Berkshires

Easy Does It

That old adage—“No pain, no gain”—can take a hike

Batter Up!

Suns and ’Cats bring fans out for summer baseball

Where is the “Berkshire Divide”?

How did Broadway come to Stockbridge?

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