Reporter Chris Mays reaches new heights at NECCA

BRATTLEBORO — Not every reporter gets the chance to drive a couple of miles and fly around in an aerial class inside a state-of-the-art circus school. Within minutes of warming up with a …

Vermont Jazz Center offering online classes BRATTLEBORO — Although forced to cancel or postpone upcoming classes and concerts because of the novel coronavirus, the Vermont Jazz Center at Cotton Mill Hill is working on ways to continue …
Young artists, writers earn silver and gold BRATTLEBORO — As the Vermont affiliate for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center announces that eight Vermont youth have been selected as 2020 …
NECCA takes classes online BRATTLEBORO — In these times of "stay home, stay safe" and physical distancing, the New England Center for Circus Arts has been working to find ways to keep sharing the love of movement and …
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Next Stage Arts Project launches pair of video series PUTNEY — With gatherings and performances on hold in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Next Stage Arts Project is launching a series of online performance content to keep artists and the …
Brattleboro high school students named to regional ensembles BRATTLEBORO — Seven student musicians from Brattleboro Union High School have earned acceptance into honors ensembles sponsored by the New England Music Festival Association (NEMFA), the school …
Sandglass brings puppet workshops to viewers PUTNEY — Sandglass Theater is offering a weekly parent-child puppet activity live streamed through the group's Facebook page. The next program, Family Crafts with Jana and Shoshana, will be …
The art of a friendship: A letter from a North Carolina prisoner led to an exhibit in Putney PUTNEY — It's about 650 miles by interstate from Halifax County, North Carolina, where Jeffrey Reddick is an inmate in a medium-security correctional facility, to the Putney Public Library, …
What we're (finally) reading: While under quarantine, now is the time for classics and epics "Moby Dick." "Middlemarch." "Ulysses." "Infinite Jest." "Crime and Punishment." For many, such books have been read grudgingly, because there was a grade riding on it, and completion of the …

New England Youth Theatre offers online playwriting class, other activities

BRATTLEBORO — New England Youth Theatre is offering online programming while its in-person programming remains on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to executive director Hallie …

'Understanding Rhythm' class presented online by Vermont Jazz Center

BRATTLEBORO — The Vermont Jazz Center has announced it is hosting an online class to reach out to its students during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a news release, the Julian Gerstin to join …

In time of social distancing, local chef, baker spread goodwill

BRATTLEBORO — Nicole Reisman, a Brattleboro resident and chef by trade, calls cooking for others her "love language." "It's just a natural thing for me to do," she said. "It's the way I show …

Forming a special bond: Riding center offers physical, emotional and cognitive benefits

WILMINGTON — On a cold, sunny February morning, Dawn Brownlow placed the bridle in the mouth of Bubbles, a 12-year-old paint mare, cinched up her saddle and led the horse to Brookside Stable's …

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PUTNEY — Surrounded by white poster boards filled with multi-colored Post-It notes from brainstorming sessions with his staff, the new executive director of Next Stage Arts Project, Keith … more
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Photography talk: Alison Wright showcases the magnetic stories of remarkable women living in post-conflict or hard-to-reach areas in developing countries in "Grit and Grace: The Empowerment of Women … more
BRATTLEBORO — Latchis Arts' Exhibition on Screen series returns on Saturday and Sunday at 4 p.m., with "Lucian Freud: A Self Portrait" at the Latchis Theatre, 50 Main St. This pioneering … more
BRATTLEBORO — The 2019-20 season of The Met: Live in HD continues at the Latchis Theatre at 1 p.m. Saturday with Richard Wagner's "Der Fliegende Hollander." The opera will be shown in the … more

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