Judith Lerner has been writing about Berkshire food and lifestyles since 1987. Her features, columns, short fiction, photographs and drawings have appeared in local and regional publications including New Visions, The Berkshire Eagle, Berkshires Week, The North Adams Transcript, The Berkshire Review, The Advocate, Horizon AAA Southern New England, The Boston Globe, Edible Berkshires and iBerkshires. She has had a long career as a book and graphic designer. She created Judith’s Kitchen, a restaurant serving organic and local food in Lenox in the 1980s, has taught cooking, writing and graphic design and has maintained The Gallery at Bagels Too showing area artists since the sheep were on the street in Pittsfield.
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Boston University Tanglewood Institute’s Summer Concert Series features talented, passionate young performers
Sunday, 5 Aug 2018 - The Boston University Tanglewood Institute is an eight-week program of the college to train musicians of middle and high school age by immersing them in the world of professional and deeply exciting music-making.
Saturday, 18 Nov 2017 - Professional chefs contribute their delectability skills and the food for some of the dinners, like Squanto and Massasoit long ago. All the chefs, cooks and volunteers who present these meaningful dinners are experienced and will be creating meals to remember.
Thursday, 27 Jul 2017 - Leave a phone message that you would like to join Friday's or Saturday's Tanglewood Takes Flight events (413-637-0320) or, if you just wake up early and perky, drive over to Pleasant Valley and take part.
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017 - "I would like to continue incorporating nature into what we do at the TMC. Every year brings something new. But I would love to think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship between us and Pleasant Valley,” -- Ellen Highstein, Tanglewood Music Center Director
Friday, 20 Jan 2017 - In the 21st century, the birthday of Scottish poet Robert Burns is celebrated by Scots and poetry lovers all over the world, from the British Isles to India and Japan.