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Former Stratton resident and Burr and Burton Academy graduate Pierce Fulton has already made a name for himself in the progressive house and electric dance music (EDM) genres. Last Friday, Fulton, now 25, took another step in his growing career, … more
Weston Playhouse Theatre Company's rousing, engaging and thoroughly satisfying production of "Once," the award-winning musical that opened its season, begins in an Irish pub. Prior to the formal performance, patrons were treated to non-alcoholic … more
MANCHESTER — Southern Vermont Arts Center's annual Summer Artist Member Show will open on Saturday, July 15 in the arts center's Yester House galleries.The show, which runs through Sept. 10, features work in all styles and mediums and is the … more
ARLINGTON — The eugenics movement is a dark chapter of Vermont's history, and now one local author's alleged role in that movement is under intense scrutiny. Dorothy Canfield Fisher was a prolific local writer, and her namesake rests at … more
RUPERT — The skies were sunny, but the stars were out on Sunday afternoon at the Dorset Theatre Festival's Summer Stars gala celebrating the festival's 40th anniversary season, honoring playwright Theresa Rebeck and raising funds for its … more
DORSET — It's an annual sign of summer: The construction activity has begun at Harold Beebe Farm on Route 7A in East Dorset, and that means the Vermont Summer Festival equestrian jumping show is just around the corner.One of Vermont's largest … more
MANCHESTER — Summer is a little sweeter for the children that participate in Mother Myrick's Summer Reading program, initiated in 1989 to improve literacy and quality of life in the Manchester community."As a business, we're really committed … more
This article is going to scream of summer. Why? Because you scream, I scream we all scream for ice cream! Ah, that classic jingle cracks me up every time. It's a playful nugget of truth too, because while frozen yogurt is tasty and I don't push away … more
MONTPELIER —The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is asking boaters and anglers to give loons a hand this summer by enjoying them from a safe distance. Loons were removed from Vermont's endangered species list in 2005 following decades of … more
MONTPELIER — Permit applications for Vermont's muzzleloader season antlerless deer hunting season, scheduled from Dec. 2-10, are now available on Vermont Fish & Wildlife's website, and printed applications are available from license agents … more
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