September 15, 1997 Culturally Inclined The gentle Berkshire hills have attracted writers, robber barons and smart chefs to a corner of New England and a state of mind By Ted Loos On a summer evening in the Berkshires of western Massachu-setts, surrounded by fragrant pine trees and fireflies, you can listen to the sweet strains of the Boston Symphony Orchestra at its summer home, Tanglewood.
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