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5 of the Best Performing Arts Venues in the Berkshires

September 19, 2019
The usual tradeoff between city and country life is culture for nature, but the mountainous Berkshires region in Western Massachusetts seamlessly combines both, particularly in the summer months when Bostonians and New Yorkers alike retreat to this cool oasis. Read more!
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15-18 August / North, Fleet & Lewis Streets

Fisherman’s Feast

The 109th edition of Fisherman’s Feast - Boston’s oldest continuous Italian Festival – features an enticing mix of entertainment, food, street vendors and traditional processions. Held in Boston’s North End district, the event honours Madonna del Soccorso (Our Lady of Help) and the ancient local fishing trade. The highlight each year is a religious procession through the narrow streets carrying the Madonna Statue, ending in a grand finale known as Flight of the Angel, which sees a young girl dressed as an angel ‘flying’ out of a third story window and down to the Madonna. After a short prayer she is raised back up to the window to the cheers of the crowd and showers of confetti. Visit www.fishermansfeast.com for a full list of events as the festival nears. Visit full Events calendar
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