Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Something struck me when America's ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley, warned that if China's President Xi Jinping does not help the U.S. deal with Kim Jong Un, Trump should place trade sanctions on China. Haley should know that China … more
To the editor:Saturday is National Honey Bee Day, a day to celebrate one of the most important and widespread pollinators of our food and flowers. And we need to do more to protect honey bees and all of our pollinators. Honey bees pollinate many of … more
To the editor:From the rightful dumping of British tea into the harbor, to the first recognition by a state government that love and marriage belong to all, Massachusetts has led the country in its pursuit of liberty, justice, and equality for all … more
To the editor:Your wonderful articles about the directors of Barrington Stage and the Berkshire Theater Group gave us insight about the job. May I suggest another human interest story? My husband has been a patient at BMC and that is where I have … more
To the editor:A lot has been written lately about the changes going on at the Berkshire Museum. Alan Chartock's recent column sided with the "keep the artwork" opinion, but I think Alan and others are being a bit short-sighted.We are surrounded by … more
To the editor:This letter is in response to Charlotte Avery's letter of July 25 and Betty Prevey's of August 7, regarding cemetery theft.My family and I had placed a beautiful ivory white and gold composite bench alongside my veteran husband's grave … more
To the editor:It is now obvious that many citizens of Berkshire County are vehemently opposed to the auction of the 40 works of art (many of them masterpieces) from the collection of the Berkshire Museum. All the arguments for keeping the collection … more
To the editor:It's heartening to see so many people talking about the Berkshire Museum. This little gem that serves the Berkshire community like no other museum in the county has been under-supported for too long. This public discussion about the … more
To the editor:The Washington Post reports that the the Gulf of Mexico "dead zone" is now larger than ever — the size of New Jersey, dwarfing the infamous Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010.Dead zones — where no aquatic life survives, … more
To the editor:I am an artist at the Eclipse Mill in North Adams. I am writing to express my concerns about the Berkshire Museum. I do think it becomes critical for many institutions to change with the times (and for them to shape those times as … more
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