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07.05.14 - 07.26.14
Open Hearth Cooking: Hot Weather, Cold Hearth
Historic Deerfield
Learn how people in early New England kept cool during the hot summer with beverages such as switchel, and how they preserved summer produce.
07.05.14 - 08.14.14
A Botanical Journey: Exploring Plants and People in the Past
Historic Deerfield
Explore Historic Deerfield walking in the footsteps of past residents who cultivated, used, studied and collected plants for food, medicine, and materials.
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She’ll Be Sawing Down the Mountain
Carolyn Clayton built her own mountain. She put her personal peak together last year with synthetic...
Technicolor and Chalk
Loaded handguns figure in both of the shows now playing at Barrington Stage Company, but that’s...
Summer Arts Preview
A few good picks for a hot summer
Champion of the Odd
A t first, Travis Louie’s characters might seem a touch monstrous. After all, some of them really...
Good Reads
A spring sampling of the Valley’s current crop of books
Of Peacocks and Patronage
Darren Waterston’s Mass MoCA installation “Filthy Lucre” explores the relationship between money and art.