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Our Town Stage

Up in the Berkshires and its surrounding areas, the start of summer means the start of summer-stock theater. Before the curtains of the Sharon Playhouse in Sharon, Conn., officially open at the end of June with the Elizabethan-set musical comedy “Something Rotten!” the nonprofit community theater will host a one-night reading of “Ms.

A Wealth of Inspiration

Sasha is in trouble. In Jenny Jackson's debut novel "Pineapple Street" the thirtysomething has moved to the "fruit district" of the pricey Brooklyn Heights neighborhood in New York City, just below Orange and Cranberry Street, via a seemingly benevolent real estate windfall.

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Bach As You’ve Never Heard Him

While the casual classical music fan may easily list off “The Brandenburg Concertos” or “The Goldberg Variations,” the best of the Baroque era’s orchestral compositions, even the ardent will readily admit there is little we know about their author, the prolific and devout Johann Sebastian Bach.

Blooming Bouquet

Flowers have inspired artists throughout history, from the scientific studies of Joséphine Bonaparte’s Chateau de Malmaison rose garden by watercolorist Pierre-Joseph Redouté to the gloriously blooming chrysanthemums by the typically abstract Piet Mondrian hung in the Museum of Modern Art.

Green Room

The sleek white space of Furnace - Art on Paper Archive in Falls Village, Conn., is now striped in verdant swipes of paint as “Cut to Length” opened last weekend, featuring Janis Stemmermann’s viridescent prints.


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