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Pamela Polston

Pamela Polston

Pamela Polston is the cofounder, coeditor and associate publisher of Seven Days. In 2015, she was inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame.
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    • Colston on Oprah Party

      I Blurted a while back that Hal Colston, founder of Good News Garage and Neighborkeepers, was going to be interviewed by Ms. O. His pretaped…
    • End of the Line
    • End of the Line

      Peter Freyne, 1949-2009
      Peter David Freyne was born on November 18, 1949, in the Bronx, New York, and grew up in nearby Hartsdale. He was the only child…
    • Room to Move
    • Room to Move

      Even a housing "crisis" holds opportunities
      Toxic debt, subprime, upside-down mortgages: The words and phrases of the new economic vocabulary are now ensconced in the daily lexicon, even if not…
    • Slice of Life

      Custom baker Arie Kidder takes the wedding cake
      When I arrive at a Burlington kitchen to watch wedding cake maker Arie Kidder, she has already baked the layers, stacked them into four tiers…
    • Coming Attractions?

      What will 2006 bring? Vermonters tell us what they think, and hope for.
      Last year, when we tapped some locals to read their tea leaves, we got a few prescient predictions. For example, Vermont Rep. Jim Condon was…
    • Regret 101

      Of course, we all wish we'd studied more...
      If George Bernard Shaw was correct in observing, "Youth is wasted on the young," then college, too, counts as a privilege the fledgling scholar may…
    • Mean Girls Leads to Phone Hex

      Local Matters
      VERMONT--Tina Fey, the "Saturday Night Live" star who penned and acted in last year's Mean Girls, probably didn't intend to cause trouble for Planned Parenthood.…
    • Finding her place

      The Fleming's new curator lands a ground-breaking exhibit
      Landscape is primal in the human imagination. No wonder: Our environs play a role in everything from basic needs -- food, water, shelter -- to…
    • Woman to Woman

      A new mentoring program helps female offenders out
      The image of jail as a place for bad guys is still mostly accurate: Nationally, 819 of every 100,000 men are incarcerated, compared to 51…
    • Blooming Onion
    • Blooming Onion

      Building confidence in Winooski's beleaguered downtown
      Coming in for a landing at Burlington International Airport may be the only time a Winooski resident can appreciate living under the flight path.…

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