By Nancy Oliveri

Summertime, and the living is easy on a misty June evening in Lenox, Mass.

A strolling Garrison Keillor, cordless microphone in hand, circles the reserved seating section in the cavernous Music Shed at Tanglewood. He moseys onto the huge lawn, picking his way between folding chairs, picnic baskets and foldable tarps, singing "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "Summertime"  from Porgy and Bess, just moments before he takes the stage for what may be his last Tanglewood performance. Read more