Marrowbone, an outdoor theater experience in the woods and fields of Lincoln, is back this year and will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, beginning at noon each day.
LCMM has had a special exhibit on view in the Schoolhouse Gallery, which features work by Abenaki artists together with photographs and commentaries that illustrate the dynamic relationship between the people and water in the Abenaki homeland, past and pr … (read more)
“It’s a play about what happens when you can’t do the thing that brings you joy — when life comes in and knocks you on your ass.”
Doug Wilhelm’s latest book, “Catalysts for Change: How Nonprofits and a Foundation Are Helping Shape Vermont’s Future,” shows how Vt. nonprofits are shaping the future.
If you’ve been to downtown Bristol on a Wednesday night recently, you may have noticed a crowd at Minifactory on Main Street.
Though Ash Allison and Ryan Kick began selling their incredible homemade cookies more like six years ago, they’re celebrating their first full year operating from their downtown Bristol storefront on North Street.
Starting last week, all dogs, cats and small animals adopted from Homeward Bound Addison County’s Humane Society will be provided with “Going Home” gear courtesy of IPJ Real Estate.
Jim Stapleton of Bristol frames this work as a “personal memoir”; and we fold into these pages knowing that they hold the reflections of a thoughtful (to say the least) 85-year-old.
This month, Prindle Wissler, once Middlebury’s longest-living artist, has a retrospective show exhibiting at the Jackson Gallery.
Starting next Friday, Middlebury’s American Flatbread will be serving up laughs — thanks to a new free comedy series presented by Town Hall Theater, featuring an all-star lineup of New York City comedians.
Don Glauber led a discussion about healing journeys from the loss of a beloved pet.
They say, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” but in this case you might want to…
“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
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.
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.