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You Can Be a Curator at the Clark

March 28th, 2012 by philhalpern

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, a Berkshires treasure, is undergoing construction and renovation.  It’s open continuously, and is using this time as an opportunity to experiment with new ideas about curating the collection.  The public is invited to participate through a program called uCurate.  Visitors are invited to use computer terminals to design […]

DiscoverLenox.com Is Here!

November 30th, 2011 by philhalpern

Visitors can now easily experience the uniqueness of  visit to Lenox, MA by using the town’s new website, DiscoverLenox.com.   This Berkshires town has an incomparable mix of history, nature, arts and hospitality, and the website offers information about lodging, restaurants, activities, events and shopping.  Here’s how the website describes what guests will experience: “An unparalleled healing treatment […]

Los Angeles Times Recommends Brook Farm Inn

September 12th, 2011 by philhalpern

In a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, Brook Farm Inn, our Lenox MA bed and breakfast, was recommended for travelers!  Known for our poetry library and literary connections, we’re a natural choice for guests who come to the Berkshires to see  The Mount (Edith Wharton’s home) and Steepletop (Edna St. Vincent Millay’s home).  It’s great to […]

New Video of Brook Farm Inn

March 31st, 2011 by philhalpern

Click on the picture to see our new video. A former guest  wanted to make a micro-documentary about a Berkshire Bed and Breakfast.  Neil Orman and his wife Bertha had stayed with us a couple of years ago.  They enjoyed their stay and this gave Neil  the idea of making a film about Brook Farm […]

National Geographic Traveler Ranks the Berkshires #7

November 19th, 2009 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn, a Berkshires bed and breakfast, is really proud that the Berkshires have been ranked #7 by National Geographic Traveler magazine, out of 133 top vacation destinations in the world!  The ranking was based on  a number of criteria including historic preservation, sustainable tourism, food, and cultural integrity.  The bottom line is that […]

See "Our Story" on Pamela Lanier's B&B Website

November 12th, 2009 by philhalpern

Pamela Lanier’s B&B website has posted the story of how we, Linda and Phil, came to live in Lenox, Massachusetts and to be the innkeepers of Brook Farm Inn.  Click here to see it! http://www.lanierbb.com/innkeeper-story-Linda_and_Phil_Halpern-bb9066.html

Can Poetry Save the Earth?

October 9th, 2009 by philhalpern

Can Poetry Save the Earth?   On Sunday October 18th at 4:00 pm the second program in the Lenox Library’s Distinguished Lecture Series will focus on the question: Can Poetry Save the Earth? Professor John Felstiner author of Can Poetry Save the Earth?: A Field Guide to Nature Poems will argue that as we hover on the environmental point of […]

New Millay Website

September 29th, 2009 by philhalpern

There is poetry here….   And one of our most memorable poetry readings was the one given by Peter Bergman, Executive Director of the Millay Society.  We’re glad to share the Millay Society’s new website www.millay.org.  You can go there to find out about the progress at Steepletop,  Edna St. Vincent Millay’s home in the Berkshires.  […]

See this article about the Tub Parade!

August 31st, 2009 by philhalpern

Thanks to Marti Mayne, who posted a great article about the Lenox Tub Parade on the BedandBreakfast.com blog.  Here’s a link http://blog.bedandbreakfast.com/post/2009/08/31/A-Tub-Parade-in-Lenox-MA-Great-reason-to-schedule-fall-getaway-to-the-Berkshires.aspx#comment.

Fall Foliage Season Website

July 25th, 2009 by philhalpern

Can’t believe we’re already talking about fall foliage, because we’re in the middle of a delightful summer.  But we have to mention a website that we just became aware of, http://foliage.org/massachusetts/bed-and-breakfast/brook-farm-inn-berkshires-bb/.   It’s all about New England in the scenic autumn season, and we’re glad to say that there’s a lovely write-up of Brook Farm Inn.

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