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RICHMOND — The awfulness of learning that the Berkshire Museum had contracted to sell art that reflects our Berkshire heritage was hardly absorbed when the mostly silent museum professionals and board members said some 400 community members … more
To the editor:I am running for representative from the 1st Berkshire District because I believe our area can be doing better than its current state, and I am a person with the will to implement, execute and deliver that plan to help our people. In … more
First They Came First they came for the CommunistsAnd I did not speak outBecause I was not a Communist.Then they came for the SocialistsAnd I did not speak outBecause I was not a Socialist.Then they came for the trade unionistsAnd I did not speak … more
Rt. Reverend Douglas FisherSPRINGFIELD — I am the great-grandson of immigrants. America is my home because my family crossed the sea in the late 19th century. Many immigrants came as children — with no say in the matter.Not much has … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — One day in 1891, Dr. Frank Warner Brandow (1853-1921) of Bartlett Avenue, Pittsfield, was summoned to Marguerite Westinghouse's Erskine Park estate in Lee. She had a toothache. The doctor called for his carriage and he … more
There are those "Berkshire Moments" when a lot of people will "remember" that they were at some particular event.The only problem is that they weren't actually there but they will remember that they were. I really didn't want to go to Film Night at … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — A friend of mine recently lost his mom. That's tough. He asked me, in my capacity as someone who's been down that road, if it ever gets any easier. Well, not really. But missing her isn't as acute after a while. Still, it … more
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