The Approach Opens this Weekend in the Berkshires

‘Holds your attention like a transfixing riddle’– The Irish Times Tickets Three women have three conversations that draw us into their inner lives. Listen carefully: what will they reveal to each other, and what does each have to hide? A play about being human, an exploration of betrayal, and an appeal to listen before it’s … Continue reading The Approach Opens this Weekend in the Berkshires

Darkening Doors: Macabre Pittsfield Walking Tours

The October offerings in the Berkshires have gained a formidable addition with Macabre Pittsfield Walking Tours, created and lead by writer and historian (and friend of the blog) Joe Durwin. Because I couldn’t write it better myself, here’s the Durwinian description of the experience: “Embark on a journey through a downtown Pittsfield far removed from … Continue reading Darkening Doors: Macabre Pittsfield Walking Tours

Blogtober ’21: Continue to Do All the Things

Part Two. On the Fair Circuit: we hit the Pittsfield Fall Festival on the Common for a little farmer’s market-style shopping, crafts, and munchies. I bought this awesome plant hanger from Simply Macrame. I was chastised for calling a delicata squash a gourd at this tent and I’m still feeling a little spicy about it. … Continue reading Blogtober ’21: Continue to Do All the Things

Photo Hunt: Find the Horror Scene

(c) jcs 2021 “Your mum and I were hiding in a house. A wee cottage. There was an old couple that owned it. And they were there, too. Three other people. And we were, uh... just trying to stay alive, I suppose. We were doing okay for a while. And then we were attacked. They … Continue reading Photo Hunt: Find the Horror Scene