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    • Hippie Havens
    • Hippie Havens

      It was 40 years ago today...the "forever young" generation reflects on life in Vermont's first communes
      A revival of Hair is giving audiences in New York's Central Park a vicarious contact high these days, but memories of the bygone Age…
    • The Namesake

      Movie Review
      Born in America to emigrés from Calcutta, Gogol is a protagonist who endures years of teenage alienation in The Namesake, a film adapted from…
    • An Unreasonable Man

      Movie Review
      Why are progressives still furious with Ralph Nader six years after the U.S. Supreme Court handed George W. Bush a victory? What's behind the…
    • The Lives of Others

      Movie Review
      When Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck accepted his Oscar for best foreign-language film last month, he appeared to be 7 feet tall. Then again, the…
    • The Boys Are All Right

      Flick Chick
      When Frank Manchel refers to "my boys," he's not just talking about his biological sons with wife Sheila. For the University of Vermont professor emeritus,…
    • Chinese Take-off

      Flick Chick
      A Vermont wordsmith has penned the saga that will prompt Asia's top action-movie stars, Jackie Chan and Jet Li, to work together for the first…
    • Tanzanian Nightmare

      Flick Chick
      It's all about the delicate balance. Every living thing, plus many an inanimate object, has a place and a purpose. As witnessed in Darwin's Nightmare,…
    • News Nostalgia

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      When Entertainment Weekly endorses your four-DVD set about militant activists, it's practically a seal of approval from Popular Culture itself. That's what just happened to…
    • Another Long Goodbye

      Flick Chick
      This Thanksgiving turned bittersweet for Allan Nicholls. The Burlington resident had often spent the holiday talking turkey with his friend and mentor Robert Altman, the…
    • Shooting History

      Flick Chick
      Prediction: There'll be nary a dry eye when audiences witness archival footage of Robert Kennedy's speeches in Bobby, writer-director Emilio Estevez's ambitious attempt to examine…
    • Won in Translation?

      Flick Chick
      When North Korean President Kim Jong-il tested a nuke last month, Nora Jacobson was a mere 250 miles from the underground blast. The Norwich writer-director…
    • Jay's Excellent Adventure?

      Flick Chick
      The new satirical movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan seems to have a nonfiction counterpart in Jay Craven's…
    • Hollywood Noir

      Flick Chick
      The Earth will soon be toast, according to 1974 Middlebury College graduate Michael Tolkin. The 56-year-old screenwriter delivers this disturbing observation with matter-of-fact simplicity, both…
    • What's Up, Docs?

      Flick Chick
      Vermont may be a rural state, but filmmakers here are anything but provincial. Rather, they continue to demonstrate an incredible geographic and topical reach. Alan…
    • War Footage

      Flick Chick
      Ask Ron Powers about his initial impression of Clint Eastwood when they met in California last week and the Castleton writer says, "It was a…
    • Moving Pictures

      Flick Chick
      Emails sent to teen congressional pages have rekindled the issue of pedophilia, a subject the Catholic Church knows only too well. Florida Republican Mark Foley,…
    • Star Treatment

      Flick Chick
      David Giancola has been creating action and horror movies since the late 1980s without much national fanfare, but the 37-year-old Rutland filmmaker is now in…
    • Close to Home

      Flick Chick
      In The Spiderwick Chronicles, Mary-Louise Parker appears as a rural New England mom whose kids encounter "faeries" and ogres. This Paramount film, shooting in Québec…
    • Reaction Films

      Flick Chick
      With Yoko Ono on hand, perhaps the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival had little choice but to give peace a chance. The iconic New Yorker…
    • Movie U

      Flick Chick
      The bold new color painted on the exterior of Burlington College is Pacific Ocean Blue. On a hill overlooking Lake Champlain, the alternative liberal arts…
    • High Crimes

      Flick Chick
      A grassroots endeavor about grass, Stash is an action-comedy Adam Abelson wrote, directed and produced for his Burlington College degree project. The May 2006 graduate…
    • Return of Native

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      Once upon a very long time ago, Abenaki territory stretched from southern Québec into what is now Massachusetts, and from Lake Champlain to the Atlantic…

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