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PUTNEY — In a program that started in the 1950s as an after-school club and later expanded into full class offerings, students from The Putney School get in touch with a simpler time when peop…

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DORSET — I’ll say it up front: It’s impossible to do justice to what the Dorset Players have accomplished in their season-concluding extravaganza of the classic musical “Kiss Me Kate,” from the book by Sam and Bella Spewack, with music and lyrics by the immortal Cole Porter. The show is dire…

In this week's Vermontitude podcast, host Peter "Fish" Case chats up Chris Mays, a longtime reporter with the Brattleboro Reformer, markers an… Vermontitude Episode 30: Markers and Mascots

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BRATTLEBORO — Gallery in the Woods is honored to host an ongoing exhibit of William Hays’ meticulous and richly colorful works. His linocut and woodblock prints are featured in the month of June, with an opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday during downtown Brattleboro’s Gallery Walk.

The first time my daughter made bread with my mother-in-law, I casually walked by the counter to peruse the expiration dates on their ingredients. The flour was older than my daughter, having expired before she was born five years earlier. My in-laws are notorious for using every last drop o…

MANCHESTER — Internationally renowned singer and concert artist — and local celebrity — Maxine Linehan will be a special guest at the free “concert for a cooler climate” at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester on May 28 at 2 p.m.

BRATTLEBORO — 118 Elliot and Everyone’s Books welcome “Bernie’s Mitten Maker” author Jen Ellis who will read from and discuss her hot-off-the-press debut memoir "Bernie’s Mitten Maker" (Green Writers Press) on Friday at 118 Elliot.

When he was about my current age, fellow Realtor and former Brattleboro Select Board chair, the late Hugh Bronson, told me that with age, his mind was as sharp as ever but slow. Before he could contribute to a conversation, it had moved on to another topic. I wanted to tell Hugh that I have …

BRATTLEBORO — In this week's Vermontitude podcast, host Peter "Fish" Case chats up Bob Audette, a longtime reporter with the Brattleboro Reformer, as they discuss the continued hearings over the future of a former ski area along the West River in Dummerston, as well as the naming of the new …

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