As Spring chases away the remnants of winter, the sounds of summer begin to be heard in the increasing pace of Berkshire music and theatrical activity.
While not yet finalized, it appears the museum will launch a major expansion project which will add another 60,000 visitors per year to its galleries and events..
Jan. 25 at Ventfort Hall, Curt DiCamillo describes the years between 1918 and 1939 as an age of fast living.It’s the Jazz Age which is where the fourth season of Downton Abbey finds the Cowley family. But In Lenox, things were changing too. Hear all about it at a real High Tea in a fabled gilded age home.
Two ways to free admissions: The New Kiefer Building opening at MASS MoCA or Museum Day – a national celebration of American history and culture.
Read the history, view the videos and order your ticket in advance. Gabriel Kahane makes great music.
The fascinating story of a young woman sold into sex slavery because her family could no longer support itself crafting Samurai armor.
The compact yet open to the skies Courtyard C hosts another unique event at Mass MoCA.
With just a few rooms scattered around the Northern Berkshires, the 2013 Solid Sound Festival looks to be bigger and better than previous editions. We list the availabilities and the sell-outs.
The Case for Safe Wildlife Crossings in the Berkshires gets intense discussion in Pittsfield this week, just one of 18 great things to see and do.
Art, music, plays and fun happenings all over town. Get out and enjoy some of them.
A classic selection of memorable black and white photographs – meticulously printed – will be at the Berkshire Museum until June 2.
The 10×10 Upstreet Arts Festuval in Pittsfield wants you to take part…
The New Year is cause to get out of the house and celebrate winter’s bounty of great music and entertainment in and around Pittsffield!
The Holidays have a lot to offer if when you visit Pittsfield with happenings all over town.
Pittsfield runs hot and cold this week with the Gypsy Lane Cabaret (Hot) and Flow State (Cold) on the calendar.
All kinds of events all over the City of Pittsfield this week. The Berkshires offer lots to do!
There are going to be whale sightings all over Pittsfield in the coming two weeks as Moby Dick is celebrated in word and performance.
One of the most popular community days in Pittsfield, the Berkshire Museum is once again hosting a free day on August 10. Read More…
Pittsfield’s museums are making a triple play discount available starting this Memorial Day weekend, runnning through October. Read More…