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Free-range Art

The Artist's Market, Burlington, Vermont

Behind the bustle of Burlington, Vermont’s downtown pedestrian district lies the shady respite of City Hall Park.

By Mike Dunphy | August 27, 2012
Inside The Box

The Box Art Studio, Burlington, Vermont

Creative endeavors are commonplace at the corner of Pine Street and Marble Avenue in the post-industrial South End of Vermont’s Queen City.

By Alex Dostie | May 11, 2012
The Most Famous Thing that Never Happened

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House, Derby Line, Vermont

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House is delightfully unique in a myriad of ways, most notably for being a national treasure and the pride of two countries.

By Deb Smith | April 19, 2012
Vermont Snow Sculptors Go National

At 3PM, the snow sculptors gathered at one end of the Riviera boathouse in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin to hear the results of the 2012 United States National Snow Sculpting Competition.

By Mike Dunphy | March 13, 2012
Invisible Odysseys

The Artistic Stories of Mexican-Vermonters, Middlebury, VT

Artistic expression of both individuals and communities can reveal much that is hidden in plain sight, and the latest exhibition at the Vermont Folklife Center accomplishes this admirably.

By Allison Flint | March 01, 2012
Green Candle Lights up the Stage

Theater Company Profile - Burlington, Vermont

The story begins in a bunker. The furnishings are sparse—not much beyond a chessboard, a worn teddy bear, an old microphone, an antique electrical machine and a card table covered with scraps of...

By Mike Dunphy | February 16, 2011
An Artist’s Representation of the Truth

A Portrait of Sarah Wesson

A Vermont artist shares her vision of the local landscape and community.

By Allison Flint | December 03, 2010
The Hale Street Gang

A Memoir Writing Project in Vermont

Seniors are writing their stories of youth and creating their own history, having lived nearly a century in Vermont and beyond.

By Allison Flint | November 18, 2010
Festival on the Green, Middlebury, Vermont

Allison Biederman spent lazy evenings at the 2010 festival this summer but the organizers are already looking to 2011!

By Allison Flint | October 12, 2010

The Green Mountain State’s nickname is derived from its stunning mountains, which are central to tourism, industry and maple syrup production. Vermont’s rugged terrain has developed a way of life that typifies the independent Yankee spirit, with ingenuity that many people ascribe to New Englanders.

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