Young Tradition Vermont presents young folks doing old stuff

Young Tradition Vermont presents young folks doing old stuff

Staff report Performers, teachers and scholars of traditional dance and music from Québec and throughout New England will gather for a conference at the Bishop Booth Conference Center in Burlington on Friday, May 13. The day will feature presentations and workshops focused on learning to use traditional music and dance in educational settings, with a […]

Paintings and poetry reading by Karla Van Vliet

Staff report All Souls Interfaith Gathering announces the celebration of paintings and poetry by Vermont resident Karla Van Vliet. For the month of March, the original scored paintings from Van Vliet’s book From the Book of Remembrance, Shanti Arts, 2015, will be on show. A reading of poems from the book will be held at […]

Annette’s First Annual Community Pasta Dinner success

Annette’s First Annual Community Pasta Dinner success

Andrea Sambrook, Annette’s Preschool and The Clubhouse director/owner The First Annual Community Pasta Dinner held at Annette’s Preschool on Feb 20 was a great success. The Insider’s String Trio played as community members of all ages shared in a delicious meal, face painting and an exciting raffle of local restaurant gift certificates. A total of […]

Wind Ridge Publishing photographer Nathanael Asaro introduces work

Wind Ridge Publishing photographer Nathanael Asaro introduces work

Staff report Nathanael Asaro, 24, of Burlington grew up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont hiking, snowboarding, cross country skiing, canoeing, camping, viewing wildlife and enjoying many other outdoor activities. He spent much of his time exploring Vermont landscapes. From mountain tops to waterfalls and bogs, he said he loves the diversity of environments Vermont […]

The Cold Song by Linn Ullman

The Cold Song by Linn Ullman

Book review by Gene Schinto Siri, her husband Jon and their young daughters spend their summers on the coast of Norway. The old house belongs to Siri’s difficult mother Jenny. Drifting into senility, the old woman has returned to her dependence on alcohol. Jon is a famous writer who is unable to write his next […]

Community-driven, family-friendly show to bring profound message

Community-driven, family-friendly show to bring profound message

Staff report Theatre Kavanah, Vermont’s only theatre company dedicated to Jewish-themed works, and In Tandem Arts, a Burlington-based social arts agency, present an original conception of Brundibár: A Musical Tale, slated to fill Burlington City Hall with music for two weekends in March. Utilizing the libretto by playwright Tony Kushner, the show will be an […]

Beer in Vermont, important to the economy

Beer in Vermont, important to the economy

Cameron Kovach, Vermont correspondent Vermont’s craft beer industry has experienced remarkable growth. In just five years, the number of breweries in the state has more than doubled. Today, we have more craft breweries per capita than any other state. It’s not just the quantity of breweries, though, that’s impressive. Vermont brewers have gained an international […]

Friendly fundraiser for local artist’s recovery

Friendly fundraiser for local artist’s recovery

Many Vermonters are familiar with Frog Hollow artist Stacie Mincher. Her quirky jewelry and unique designs have been a part of Frog Hollow for close to a decade. Mincher, often called “The Zipper Lady” by her friends and customers, is currently recovering from complications during a surgery she had in January. During surgery Mincher suffered […]

The Hummingbird by Stephen P. Kiernan

The Hummingbird by Stephen P. Kiernan

Review by Deborah Straw When you hate to put a book down to go on a day trip, when you don’t like leaving the characters behind, you know you’re into a good read. Such was my experience with the novel, The Hummingbird by Stephen P. Kiernan. As I left for the day without book in […]

1 3 4 5 6 7 34