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Like many people, I have grown accustomed to looking at the news as soon as I wake up, wondering in Dorothy Parker's fine phrase, "what fresh hell is this?" Trying to keep track of events in the … more
I am a young Jewish woman and a local teacher and librarian in the Vermont public school system. I grew up Jewish in a small town in Connecticut, went to Sunday school, Wednesday school for Hebrew … more
Growing up, I didn't know about my own history. My father arrived in the United States in an attempt to escape war; he did not recollect or share with us. Three years ago, I decided to return to … more
Richard DavisOne might think that if 91 percent of people in the U.S. and 6 billion people worldwide use cellphones that there would be more information available about their safety. Yet, we don't … more
Over the past several weeks, the proposal of the sale of Vermont Yankee to NorthStar has gained momentum through the passage of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and the overwhelming support … more
One of my favorite events of the year is the White House Correspondents Dinner. Mainly because I love me some political satire! I especially love it when it's delivered at eye level, and by that I … more
I was coming out of a thrift store when I heard someone call out, "Aren't you the guy on TV?" followed by, "Hey, what are you doing shopping in a thrift store?" Good question. I answered it there and … more
We use teeth to describe figuratively many of life's experiences. For example, beginners cut their teeth on a project to get experience. To salvage a lagging effort, we put some teeth into it. We … more
Much is said about Small Business woes in America. I have online competition but Amazon is not killing me. Foot traffic is way down though. The sidewalks are icy or snow covered much of the year. … more
As we near the celebration of Arbor Day on the first Friday in May, we have been thinking about the many ways our forests are important to the general well-being of the State of Vermont. The facts … more
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