I read with interest and disappointment the June 29 “Community Forum” submission by Renee McGuinness of the Vermont Family Alliance.
Barnaby Feder in 1980 had reached the pinnacle of print reporting — a job at the New York Times. He became a capable scribe for the Gray Lady’s business section, turning out stories ranging from obituaries on people like tech maverick Stanford Ovshinsky t … (read more)
As many folks have heard, the Pride Flag that has flown in various versions for several years outside the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Sanctuary at the corner of Duane Ct. and Charles St. was ripped down in an act of vandalism Sunday afternoon.
“It might be the very assumption you know something that blocks you from really knowing, but it might be that there is something unknowable mixed in.”
The BLM slogan is inclusive, despite the desperation of so many people to brand it as divisive.
We, the members of the Interfaith Climate Action Network of Addison County (ICAN), were saddened to learn from a recent Human Rights Commission report of the discrimination, based on race and gender, enacted against Dr. Lydia Clemmons, director of the Cle … (read more)
I was encouraged to read in Laura Asermily’s letter the strong feeling that both of these candidates for the one-year remainder of Victor Nuovo’s term would make excellent selectboard members. I feel my position as a local minister demands neutrality when … (read more)
Across the religious spectrum, climate change is becoming a place where people with varied faith traditions can find common ground for interfaith work. There is no governing body for this trend. That makes it a unique window onto what motivates humans to … (read more)
RIPTON — The Rev. Barnaby Feder, minister of the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society in Middlebury, will deliver the annual Rabbi Victor E. Reichert Bible Talk at the Ripton Community Church (United Methodist) at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6. The … (read more)