After 46 years protecting classical music, The Eagle’s Andy Pincus retires | Berkshirelandscapes

LENOX — For the previous 100 years, The Berkshire Eagle has had simply two classical music critics — together with the foremost project of reviewing live shows because the Boston Symphony’s summer season dwelling at Tanglewood opened in 1937.

Jay C. Rosenfeld of Pittsfield labored for The Eagle from 1919 till shortly earlier than his dying in October 1975, reviewing Berkshire live shows and protecting Tanglewood.

From 1975 by way of final summer season, so did Lenox resident Andrew L. Pincus, 91, whose retirement is introduced as we speak.







Newspaper clipping of Rosenfeld obit

Jay Rosenfeld was The Berkshire Eagle’s first classical music critic, a

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Time reporter hails $3.5T spending invoice, says media ‘lacking the larger image’ when masking Dem infighting

Time journal correspondent Charlotte Alter turned a giant cheerleader for the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending invoice being debated on Capitol Hill. 

There was numerous media consideration in latest weeks on the infighting amongst Democrats, notably between the extra reasonable wing together with Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema and the progressives within the Home. 

Throughout a panel dialogue on Sunday’s “Dependable Sources,” Alter tried to debunk the “narrative” over the dividing Democrats. 

MSNBC, POLITICO JOURNOS MOCKED FOR UNDERSTATING OPPOSITION TO DEM SPENDING BILLS WHILE HITTING SINEMA, MANCHIN

“There’s this narrative that it is Democrats dividing over this. I feel that

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Disturbing photograph reveals beatings Afghan journalists say they endured from the Taliban for masking a girls’s-rights protest

Journalists from the Etilaatroz newspaper, Nemat Naqdi, 28 (left), and Taqi Daryabi, 22, exhibiting the injuries they stated they sustained after Taliban fighters tortured and beat them whereas in custody after they have been arrested for reporting on a girls’s-rights protest in Kabul, Afghanistan, on September 8. Marcus Yam/Los Angeles Instances

  • Two Afghan journalists stated they have been brutally crushed by Taliban fighters on Wednesday.

  • They stated they have been detained after masking girls’s-rights protests in Kabul.

  • A number of journalists throughout totally different information retailers have been detained this week by the Taliban.

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