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Classical Review No. 1 in B-sharp Classical Review No. 1 in B-sharp Live review: Paris Piano Trio, Unitarian Church of Montpelier, Friday, September 19, 8 p.m. September 24, 2008

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  • In a Flash
  • In a Flash

    Art Review: Hobart Vosburg Roberts, Adirondack Museum
    Early camera flash technology was complicated and messy. By the end of the 19th century, photographers were igniting magnesium powder in a flat pan…
  • Cooking With Fire
  • Cooking With Fire

    Side Dishes: "Cookin' Out" at the Adirondack Museum
    Where can you witness top chefs competing in a campfire cook-off and take a workshop on making s’mores? These are just a few of…
  • Saints and Sinners
  • Saints and Sinners

    Theater review: Tenderloin
    The growing popularity of the annual Blackfly Festival is one reason Vermonters ask, “How do you get there from here?” about the tiny, unincorporated…
  • Soldier of Love
  • Soldier of Love

    Theater Review: Arms and the Man
    Romanticizing militarism helps a nation justify conquering other sovereign powers. In the late 19th century, as the British Empire stretched across the globe, Victorian…
  • Off Script
  • Off Script

    Theater Review: Mrs. Warren's Profession
    Irish-born playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) employed an acid-dipped pen to analyze society. In proper, prosperous Victorian England, he rejected what he called “romantic…
  • A "Bird in the Hand"
  • A "Bird in the Hand"

    Theater review: To Kill a Mockingbird
    Adapting a beloved literary classic for the theater presents many challenges. How does the unlimited scope of the novelist’s imaginative world translate into two…
  • Good Doggie
  • Good Doggie

    Theater review: Sylvia
    It’s easy to understand why animal owners anthropomorphize their pooches and pussycats. Attributing human characteristics to animal behavior makes sense if you value hard-to-find…

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