Who doesn’t love a beautiful wedding? Sisters Anna and Lizzie Post do, and they tell us how to do it right in the sixth edition of Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette — Emily being their great-great-grandmother. The Burlington-based Emily Post Institute continues to provide us with proper-behavior info for that special day (and all days, really). That includes manners for the guests before, during and after the ceremony. In the new edition, the Post sisters set forth etiquette guidelines for a rapidly changing, high-tech, social-media-savvy world.
Juliana Kane was learning to ski on a beginner’s trail at Jay Peak last April when a speeding snowboarder “collided violently” with the 5-year-old Massachusetts girl, according to a lawsuit filed in Vermont’s U.S. District Court on September 30.
Within three hours of leaving Burlington, I had cast my Old Town canoe off the shores of Lower St. Regis Lake and embarked upon one of the Adirondack’s most famous waterborne routes: the Seven Carries Trip.
My mission? To expand my horizons beyond the Winooski and Lamoille and find the perfect Adirondack voyage for the Vermont weekend warrior.
Near the end of a runway-straight stretch of pavement that parallels Interstate 87 in Plattsburgh sits a cluster of shiny silver pods glistening in the summer sun. The pods, which look like alien spacecraft that have just touched down to visit Adirondack Park, are Airstream travel trailers for sale to customers all over the world.
No matter how fast you run, no matter what number bib you’re wearing, and no matter how many miles you’ve sweated in your Sauconys, you’re not going to elbow ahead of Alicia Dana at the start of the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay this Sunday. Or Patrick Standen. Or Jillian Duda. Or Bryan Bathalon.