Letter to the editor: Another take on ecological value of ‘rewilding’

With great respect for the well-meaning editor, writer and horticulturist involved, I’m responding to the article entitled “Rewilding to increase the ecological value” in last week’s Arts and Leisure section.

Letter to the editor: Retiring the word ‘hate’ could be beneficial to all

Many of us (myself very much included) use the word “hate” unfortunately often for all sorts of inconsequential and every day consequential things.

Letter to the editor: Mead can’t be given a pass

It seems irrelevant (contrary to what Gov. Douglas suggests) that the Legislature put eugenic laws into effect 19 years after Mead made his very public statements in support of these evil ideas — and that therefore there is no proven connection between th … (read more)

Marrowbone is back to rejuvenate another fall

Marrowbone, an outdoor theater experience in the woods and fields of Lincoln, is back this year and will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, beginning at noon each day.

Marrowbone: Stories, song and dance in the Lincoln woods

LINCOLN — Marrowbone is a celebration of story and storytelling performed outside in the blaze of Lincon’s autumn woods. Perhaps you remember it? This annual tradition was conceived, produced and directed for about 20 years by Marianne Lust; but she hung … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Are detention centers ‘concentration camps’?

I regret that Sarah Laroche, who wrote a letter decrying the use of the term “concentration camp” in a recent article to describe the detention camps for would-be immigrants now in existence all over this country, won’t be reading this letter (having said … (read more)