From the Editor

Time has a strange way of sneaking up on you. A year ago, toilet paper, cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer were in short supply. Groceries flew off the shelves. Businesses were shuttered; schools transitioned to remote learning; museums and theaters were closed.

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Pillows worthy of a frame

This spring, The Annie Selke Companies launched The Cynthia Wick Collection, which includes 10 pillows featuring Wick’s paintings and a collection of eight fine art prints. The pillows, priced at $70 and up, come in a variety of sizes and materials —

Enjoy your yard even more by adding a patio

5 things to consider when planning your perfect backyard getaway By Jennifer Huberdeau Did you contemplate upgrading your backyard last summer, only to find that patio materials were scarce to non-existent? If so, you’re not alone. “With everyone staying home because of

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Will festivals, audiences return this summer?

Amy Brady expects to have a busy summer and fall at Kampfires Campground, Inn and Entertainment.

But what summer and fall will look like, when it comes to hosting events, depends on what COVID-19 safety precautions/restrictions are still in place, how many people

From the Editor

I’m asking for a friend who has terrible cabin fever but can’t bring herself to ask if it’s spring yet. If the thought hadn’t already crossed your mind, I’ll admit. It’s me. I’m the one with cabin fever.
With that said, I’m hoping

Take your home from drab to fab!

7 tips from interior designers to refresh your home this spring By Jennifer Huberdeau After a year of spending more time in our homes than ever before, most of us are ready for a change. And what better time of year than

A cultural arts center pivots in order to survive

Saint James Place opens doors for socially distanced meetings, events By Jennifer HuberdeauGREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. In a normal year, the Sanctuary of Saint James Place is filled with sounds of jazz, chamber music and opera; of dancers on the stage, of actors

From the Editor

Happy 2021! We made it! 2020 is finally in our collective rearview mirror, and we’re all ready for a better, brighter new year. But, let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Before you throw away that mask in celebration, remember, 2020 wasn’t some

From the Editor

With the holidays fast approaching, I’m sure many of you have thought long and hard about how and with who you’ll be celebrating this year. Will you stay at home? Or, will you travel? Will you welcome family and friends at your

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