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Lions & Tigers & Bears

by The Staff November 13, 2014

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  The new photography exhibit at the Berkshire Museum looks at three “apex predators” through the lenses of three National Geographic photographers. Michael “Nick” Nichols trains his camera on lions; Steve Winter focuses on tigers; and ...

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Objectify

by The Staff March 28, 2013

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  Happy 110th birthday, Berkshire Museum! In honor of the occasion, the museum is putting on display some of the “most significant and fascinating objects from [its] holdings of more than 50,000 artworks, specimens and artifacts” ...

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A Tortured Muse

by B.A. Nilsson November 1, 2012

  At the funeral of renowned conductor Pauletta Kripalova-Canti, the absence of her famous mezzo-soprano friend Alyssa is noted by several of Alyssa’s students, who summon the courage to query their instructor about it as a ...

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The Secret Lives of Birds

by Darryl McGrath May 24, 2012

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  Nature typically grants a species a couple million years on earth, but when you consider all that humans have done to birds in just the last couple of centuries, you wish you could push a ...

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The Museum Issue

by The Staff March 1, 2012

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The Adirondack Museum Blue Mountain Lake might seem like it’s in the middle of nowhere, but what it’s really in the middle of—as in right smack in the middle of, geographically—is the Adirondack Park itself. So ...