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ELYSE HARNEY

STAIR GALLERIES

Parties & Openings


Oct. 14 - Stockbridge
LitNet American Dream Gala

Oct. 7 - North Adams
Liz Glynn Opening Reception

Oct. 7 - Stockbridge
Schantz Galleries Reception

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A Movable Feast: Berkshire Grown’s Annual Harvest Supper

Lisa Green reports from Great Barrington. At Berkshire Grown’s Harvest Supper, it’s definitely helpful if you can eat and walk at the same time: you’ve got to keep moving to get a taste of all of the dishes provided by member chefs. The 19th annual food feast on Monday, Sept. 25, held again at the Ski Butternut lodge, offered a showcase for restaurants, markets and beverage purveyors who outdo themselves every year with ingredients from producers in our area. It’s an evening where chefs, farmers and enthusiastic eaters can help Berkshire Grown further its mission: to celebrate and support local food and farms. [Above: Tom Curtin, Berkshire Grown board treasurer, with Executive Director Barbara Zheutlin, Molly Comstock of Colfax Farm, Schuyler Gail of Climbing Tree Farm and Allison Bayles, board president.]


From Kripalu, Steve Sherman and Shelby Drosehn; Doria Polinger of H.R. Zeppelin Chocolates prepares her display.


The mother-daughter team of eaters, Ava and Margaret Lindenmaier, get set to do a round of feasting.


Sue Arkans and Sharon Schafler; Fabien Riviere, director of food and beverage at The Red Lion Inn, with Anne-Juliette Maurice, vice president of operations for Main Street Hospitality.


Good news for those who miss the former Cafe Reva in Pittsfield: Its owner, Aura Whitman, is bringing her company, nAtURAlly, to Berkshire Mountain Bakery.


Castle Street Cafe’s new chef, Luis Zambrano; Williams College Dining chefs Mike Militello and Jerry Byers.


David Rothstein, owner of Race Brook Lodge, with Laura Werntz.


Shakespeare & Company’s Ariel Bock, Ruth Dinerman, Barbara Zheutlin, Allison Bayles, and Lianna Toscanini, executive director of the Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires; Ryan Chandler and Ashley Chandler of Brattle Farm.


Richard Tovell and Abby Tovell, who run T Square Design Studio, with Sam Ernst and Jovanina Pagano.

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