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The Eagle welcomes letters of 400 words or less. Letters must include full name, address and telephone number. The Eagle reserves the right to edit letters and does not print every letter it receives. The Eagle will not publish letters that violate standards of good taste, make libelous accusations, ad hominem arguments or endorse commercial products.

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    Letter: Naive approach to addressing anti-Semitism

    03/29/2015 12:16 PM EDT
    Naive approach to addressing anti-Semitism To the editor: I have a lot of respect for New York Times columnist David Brooks. 
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    Letter: Palestinians must act like a civilized state
    03/29/2015 12:16 PM EDT - Palestinians must act like a civilized state To the editor: Regarding your March 25 editorial on "A pol's cynical victory is Israel's loss," you have compared apples to tomatoes. Full Story

    Letter: Loss of trees renders downtown unrecognizable
    03/29/2015 12:16 PM EDT - Loss of trees renders downtown unrecognizable To the editor: I write on behalf of the flowering pear trees that were leveled over the past couple of days in Great Barrington. Full Story

    Letter: Sports overshadow academics in CBRSD
    03/29/2015 12:16 PM EDT - Sports overshadow academics in CBRSD To the editor: Public colleges and universities that compete in NCAA Division I sports spend three to six times as much on each athlete as they do to educate each of their students, according to a report by the Delta Cost Project at the American Institutes for Research. Full Story

    Letter: Loss of NARH is crippling region
    03/28/2015 03:59 PM EDT - Loss of NARH is crippling region To the editor: My husband and I and our two young children moved from Missouri to Williamstown in 1978, when there were only five houses for sale in this lovely small town. Full Story

    Letter: A high school worthy of city's young people
    03/28/2015 04:00 PM EDT - A high school worthy of city's young people To the editor: The Pittsfield City Council is about to make an important decision relating to the new Taconic High School. Full Story

    Letter: Loss of a good man will long be felt
    03/28/2015 04:00 PM EDT - Loss of a good man will long be felt To the editor: I write this letter with a heavy heart. Full Story

    Letter: Preventive medicine is key to good health
    03/27/2015 03:48 PM EDT - Preventive medicine is key to good health To the editor: I often wonder if I will live to see the day when there will be preventive medical clinics all over the country staffed by doctors who are also certified nutrition therapists or at least have a licensed CNS partner on board. Full Story

    Letter: Helping hands found on return to Pittsfield
    03/27/2015 03:47 PM EDT - Helping hands found on return to Pittsfield To the editor: I recently came to the Berkshires to pick up an old Volvo I bought in Great Barrington. Full Story

    Letter: Many contributed to successful BSA event
    03/27/2015 03:46 PM EDT - Many contributed to successful BSA event To the editor: On the evening of March 21, the Boys Scouts of Troop 8 hosted a Pizza Playoff. Full Story

    Trevor Noah
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    Trevor Noah set to replace Stewart on 'Daily Show'

    NEW YORK (AP) — Trevor Noah, a 31-year-old comedian from South Africa who has contributed to "The Daily Show" a handful of times during the past year, will become Jon Stewart's replacement as host, Comedy Central announced Monday. Full Story
    'The Sopranos' Drea De Matteo loses New York home in explosion

    'Modern Family’ actress Sarah Hyland grew up across the street from buildings that burned and collapsed in accident caused by gas and plumbing work.