(Jennifer Huberdeau — Berkshire Eagle Staff)
The Cottager | Brookside: Home of inventor rebuilt after 1904 fire with concrete walls

Grand cottage, now part of URJ Camp Eisner, still has two-story music room, library
GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. — During the early hours of Nov. 23, 1904, Brookside, the home of William Stanley, electrical engineer and inventor of the transformer and alternating current circuit, burned to the ground — almost taking the Stanley family with it. Full Story
10 ways to enjoy apples at Lenox Apple Squeeze
LENOX, MASS. — This year's Lenox Apple Squeeze will include a new mainstage, new performers and new vendors, but apples — despite a challenging growing season — will remain the main attraction of this year's popular community harvest festival. Full Story

Take Five | Five questions for Mark H. Dold
Mark H. Dold: No stranger to Barrington Stage, Mark H. Dold returns to Pittsfield, Mass. Full Story

Monster Mania: Bring your monster masks to the WOH Wrestling ring
BENNINGTON, VT — No, it's not Halloween yet, and this isn't a costume party. Full Story

The Cottager | Wheatleigh: Where the Berkshires ends and Italian country begins
Bathed in the glow of mauve, amethyst, and rose-colored lights, the exterior appearance of Wheatleigh, the Italian villa of Count Carlos de Heredia and Countess Georgie Bruce Cook de Heredia, garnered as much attention in the New York Times and Washington Post social columns as the night's "domino ball" did.

Photo Gallery | The Cottager: Wheatleigh Full Story