Great Art Wednesdays bring Mary Cassatt to the screen

Town Hall Theater in Middlebury will host a Great Art Wednesday screening of “Mary Cassatt: Painting the Modern Woman” on Wednesday, March 29, at 11 a.m. 

Pet of the Week: Bao Bing

I’m nine months old but you wouldn’t know it to look at me!

Ask a Master Gardener: Plant toxicity and pets

Philodendrons and other houseplants are toxic to puppies, so need to be placed out of reach with a gentle reminder not to touch. photo / Jodi Larison In their book, “How to be your Dog’s Best Friend,” the Monks of New Skete suggest that for many people, d … (read more)

Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival announces the 2023 MNFF Vermont Tour

Four top films from its 2022 8th Annual Festival will screen in seven towns across the state (all outside Addison County) on the expanded weekend of March 23-26 and on April 1.

Real estate advice: How do you expect the local market to change in 2023?

The local real estate market has experienced a good increase in the value of homes in the past two years.

Podcasters trumpet the splendors of Orwell

What do you get when you put two middle-aged Orwellians in a closet with a microphone? Why, a podcast of course!

Theatrical event digests weight loss struggles

After battling food, weight, and self-esteem issues for years, Trish Dougherty, a poet, mother, and graduate student at the Bread Loaf School of English in Middlebury, decided to employ her strengths of self-perception, humor, and the written word to wres … (read more)

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet gives talk in Middlebury

Middlebury College Axinn Center for the Humanities will present “The Weight of History” a poetry reading and talk by Tracy K. Smith on March 15, at 4:30 p.m., in Wilson Hall of McCullough Student Center. 

Hannah Sessions presents new work on ‘transitions’

Hannah Session’s solo exhibit once again ushers Northern Daughters Fine Art Gallery in Vergennes into springtime in Vermont.

Hinesburg Artist Series celebrates 25 years

As a celebration of bringing joy and music to the community, the Hinesburg Artist Series will present its annual spring concert featuring the beautiful Rutter Requiem that was performed at its first concert in 1997.

Cornwall Community Coffeehouse brings Sapphire Star

This talented duo of Kendra Gratton and Lisa Powell will provide a family friendly evening of familiar singalong songs.

Hip Hop: The Art of Creating Community engages for two days

Middlebury College’s Anti-Racist Task Force invites the community to engage in the global culture of Hip-Hop with scholars, practitioners and one another March 10-12.

Pet of the week: Ralph

Ralph has accompanied me through all kinds of weather on a daily walk around our pond.

Ask a master gardener: How to grow microgreens

What could be better than fresh greens during the dreary winter months? What if you grew and harvested them yourself?

Real estate advice: What kinds of buyers are interested in moving to Addison County

hey range from families looking to get closer to family and come back to their roots where they were raised or grew up, to parents who are retired looking to have a home closer to their grown children and grandchildren.