Life In the Berkshires

CONNECTIONS: An Age gilded by mirth returns

Tuesday, Jun 27 - The difference between the British and American novels of manners was that the British novelists could rely upon the stability of their society. In America, Wharton’s characters were either on their way up or down the social ladder.

Berkshire Co-op campaign going ‘gangbusters’

Tuesday, Jun 27 - The Coop has never missed a financial obligation in its 35-year-plus history. “When you invest in the Coop, you are investing in the community.” -- Berkshire Coop General Manager Daniel Esko

Larkin about in America: Airborne

Saturday, Jun 17 - The news we are fed daily is divisive and alarming, but if we get out of the bubble we find there are also good things happening.

Flying Deer Nature Day: A celebration of nurturing all life

Friday, Jun 16 - I will be at Flying Deer Nature Day, as the proud Mama to one of 13 girls in Moon Tribe, the rites-of-passage program for girls between the ages of 11-13, designed to support girls as they move through early adolescence, learning about themselves and the world and discerning their identities as young women.

Dewey Hall celebrates its 130th year as Sheffield’s cultural center

Wednesday, Jun 14 - “I love that Dewey Hall provides an experience of history, a tangible sense of continuum… We're invited to create personal memories, to mark our family milestones and engage our friends and neighbors in a space that holds 130 years of collective history.” -- Erika Ludwig, Dewey Hall board member