Letters To The Editor
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To the editor:Jiminy Peak's vice president and chief operating officer, Paul Maloney, will be honored as chairperson for this year's Berkshire County Walk to End Alzheimer's, which takes place on Sept. 23 at the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail in … more
To the editor: As a Berkshire resident following the Berkshire Museum's decision to sell the top 1 percent of its extensive collection, I have a proposal to make regarding the two Norman Rockwell paintings given as a generous token of the deep … more
To the editor:I was thrilled to see Clarence Fanto's column on distracted drivers. The previous day I had encountered two distracted drivers in the course of my routine day. Following these drivers down a couple of major streets in Pittsfield … more
To the editor:I have known John Barrett III since he first became mayor of North Adams, where I was a resident. As North Adams mayor, he was a tireless worker for the people of of that city. John's personality, his knowledge and wisdom in regard to … more
To the editor:My hat's off to Jim Curley's letter (Eagle, Aug. 5). He did his research. He offered solid alternatives. He offered creative solutions and remained positive regarding the reinvention of our museum.Let's continue the trend and support … more
To the editor:I must say that I, as well as many others, am very upset with the Berkshire Museum for deciding to sell off a gift that Norman Rockwell made to the museum. It's basically a "slap in his face."Many years ago, Norman Rockwell gave one of … more
To the Editor:Does the Berkshire Museum not have a charter or a mission statement? Clearly either should offer guidance for the future of the museum. The former likely "set in stone," and the latter probably amendable.One wonders if the shift to the … more
To the editor:This weekend I had the privilege of participating (in a very minor role) in the town of Tyringham's wonderful "site specific" production of Thornton Wilder's classic play, "Our Town." The play was performed outdoors on the lawn in … more
To the editor:Without a strong foundation, anything above will fall and crumble — whether it be a building, school program or any other program. The credit for the economic growth we are presently having belongs to our previous president, … more
To the editor:My mother, Olive Volsky, an artist and longtime resident of Windsor, met Norman Rockwell in the 1970s. He took the time to speak with her about their paintings. She also made sure that I frequented the Berkshire Museum, where we both … more
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