Lessons from loss: healing after a beloved pet dies

Don Glauber to facilitate the group discussion healing journeys from the loss of a beloved pet.

Need a killer read? Check out these poison books

They say, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but in this case you might want to…

A local novelist considers loss & change

“I use my family and myself for elements of the stories,” explained Estela González, who holds her Ph.D. in Latin American literature and has been teaching Hispanic Studies at Middlebury College for the past 25 years

‘Mr. Burns’ helps us understand the impulse to create

When we think “theater” we often first visualize great actors or singers, or perhaps period costumes or directors, but what about the lamp, the mirror, the rug, the tissues, the hat, suitcase, binoculars, apple, mask…. you know, the props.

Vergennes organist bids farewell with a concert

For the past seven years, Jenny Bower has been sitting at the Vergennes Congregational Church’s 1879 Hook and Hastings organ, playing hymns and more for congregants.

Bierman, Panda vie for America’s best song on TV

Josh Panda was selected to sing a song originally written by Clint Bierman for NBC’s “American Song Contest.”

Local art teacher’s painting on display in NYC

ACSD art teacher Eileen Gombosi’s art work has been selected by the Flag Project for display at Rockefeller Center in New York City for the month of April. 

College art museum to open with a new look

As we emerge into the spring of 2022, the Museum of Art announced that the public will be welcomed into the newly arranged museum beginning April 15.

Hungry for something new? This might be for you!

Here in Addison County, you can find independent culinary artists who make Mexican cuisine, specialty cakes, sushi, Italian food and more, and sell them to anyone who just can’t stand cooking another meal in their same ol’ kitchen. 

Activists turn protests into parties with art

Dan Brett and several of his close friends and supporters are the masterminds behind Hearthunder Art Collective.

Feel great in a beautiful prom dress — for free

Middlebury Rotary members are collecting prom gowns and dresses to give to high schoolers who need something to wear.

Get the picture, help support the artists

Middlebury Studio School is gearing up for the launch of its third annual spring fundraiser: Get the Picture. Again this year, community members can submit photos of their pets along with a minimum donation of $50 and receive a custom portrait of their pe … (read more)

Find your new look at the THT Closet Sale

If you’re looking to add a little (or a lot) of flare to your closet, mark your calendars for the Town Hall Theater Closet Sale coming up Saturday, March 19.

Brandon folk artist Robin Kent loosens lines

Though her career path was varied, her passion for art was clear. And just as this New Jersey native knew she wasn’t an urban person from the start, she also always knew she wanted to be an artist.

Guts and glory: The story of a couple’s love

A couple tells the story of being happy, in love and committed to each other despite a chronic illness.