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Thursday, August 1, 2013

This Week's Issue: The 2013 Daysies

Posted By on Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 8:17 AM

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Admit it. You've been waiting all year to find out whether Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge would overtake Positive Pie. Whether Healthy Living Market would defeat City Market. And whether any local news anchor has what it takes to pull perennial fave Darren Perron off the winner's podium.

That's right. The 2013 Daysies are here — in this week's whopping, 152-page print edition of Seven Days. And that's not all.

In other news this week...

  • Radical leftist Rachel Siegel wants her fellow Burlington City councilors to talk about racism, sexism and gun control. But will they listen?
  • Twenty-one months and $700,000 later, Burlington's new accounting system still isn't fully functional. According to one city councilor, that's leaving the Queen City "flying blind."
  • And in this week's Fair Game: Vermont media outlets could soon receive a $2.3 million stimulus, thanks to Obamacare; lefties go nuts after Howard Dean pens an anti-death-panel op-ed; and Bill Sorrell and T.J. Donovan may be cruising toward a rematch. 

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Paul Heintz

Paul Heintz

Bio:
Paul Heintz is a staff writer and political editor for Seven Days. He wrote the "Fair Game" political column from May 2012 through December 2016.

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