Summertime means seriously hot flix

A look back at films that almost sizzled their way over to the Red Light District By Dan TeboVermont Country correspondent Ah, the New England summer — that devastatingly fleeting stretch where the nights grow long and the earth comes alive. A

Article sparks fond memories of Otis Ridge

Thank you for the great article about Otis Ridge!! My father, David Judson, owned and operated Otis Ridge from 1946 until the early 1970s, on the 200-acre parcel my parents owned. He was elected the first President of the National Ski Area

A is for Apple

Macoun and gala and McIntosh, oh, my!
It's apple season, and with so many delicious varieties to choose from in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont, it's difficult to know what you're picking and what that apple is best used for (besides taking

UpCountry wins top honor

UpCountry Magazine was named the 2019 Newspaper of the Year in the Specialty Publications category in the New England Newspaper & Press Association’s annual competition. The award was announced Oct. 10 at the New England Newspaper Awards Luncheon held at the AC

Bring on the cookie swap!

A sweet way to gather with family and friends By Jennifer Huberdeau If you’re like the rest of us, the holidays are not only the “most wonderful time of the year,” they’re also the busiest. There’s shopping to do, presents to wrap,

From the editor

Hancock Shaker Village in the Berkshires is a museum that keeps alive the religion, history and culture of a small and devout group of people who fled religious persecution in England in the late 18th century and moved to find peace in