Friday, June 21, 2024

News and Ideas Worth Sharing


Tag: media

Welcome to Real Estate Friday!

Kate Lascar of Berkshire Property Agents offers one of Great Barrington’s classic Victorian beauties in immaculate condition. An analysis of first quarter 2024 real estate sales. Architect Pamela Sandler transforms a dark, compartmentalized condo into a light, bright and open home. Plus, recent sales, gardening columns and more.

Alan Chartock: And in other news….

This governor really cares about making a splash. The splash is so important that he doesn’t seem to care that he is mixing it up with someone who he thinks has been unfair to him.

CONNECTIONS: Sowing seeds of terrorism at our border

There may also be disagreement about what to do with the children separated from their parents, but there may be another question worth answering: Are we creating a generation of terrorists?

MVRMS 8th graders just say YES to community service

“It’s really an opportunity for us to connect to our community in a way that feels purposeful and meaningful.” --- Monument Valley Regional Middle School math teacher Fred Erickson of Year End Studies -- YES for short

LEONARD QUART: The triumph of demagoguery and faux populism 

I see four years of roiling social and political conflict ahead, and the country becoming increasingly more polarized.

Berkshire Eagle parent company, Digital First, cuts New England staff

“What’s happening at The Eagle is partly an indicator of what’s happening to local journalism nationally and partly the result of the ownership structure it’s caught in right now. Digital First is in the financial engineering business, not the journalism and civic engagement business." -- Bill Densmore, lecturer at the Reynolds Institute of Journalism at the University of Missouri and co-founder of the Williamstown Advocate

Lulu ‘n’ Hershey

Irresistible mirth as the Two Dog hosts of DNN (Dogs News Network) continue reviewing potential GOP candidates: today it's Chris Christie.... let the good times roll.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.