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Paula Routly

Paula Routly

Paula Routly is the cofounder, publisher and coeditor of Seven Days. In 2015, she was inducted into the New England Newspaper Hall of Fame.
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    • Dear Camp

      Sleepaway sage Laurie Kahn salutes summers past
      I used to think I was the only girl in America who spent 10 months a year pining for summer camp. My annual refuge, Hawkeye…
    • To Die For

      Superstar ethicist Peter Singer brings his controversal credo to UVM
      Eli Clare was born with cerebral palsy. Because he was slow to walk and talk, doctors followed up that diagnosis with another: mental retardation. But…
    • Eco Trip

      Don Mitchell takes a novel approach to environmental terrorism
      Anti-immigration factions are hijacking the Sierra Club. An eco-activist is arrested for torching SUVs in California. Vermont environmentalists are battling it out over the pros…
    • Midd-life Crisis?

      An aging alum books it back to school
      Four-thousand-eight-hundred-and-one pages. That's how much I've read since September, when I had the brainy idea of taking a course at Middlebury College. "Politics and the…
    • The Whole Carruth

      A paean to Vermont's state poet in exile
      The New York Times Book Review calls him a "tough-bird author." The New Yorker plays up his "well-tuned orneriness." Even friends warn that Hayden Carruth…
    • Home Delivery

      Back Talk
      The patient died, but Midwives won’t. The latest incarnation of Chris Bohjalian’s best-selling novel is a made-for-television movie starring Sissy Spacek, Peter Coyote, Piper…
    • Reel Deals

      Back Talk
      It’s a wrap. After five weeks at the Savoy Theater, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon has finally soldiered on. The Ang Lee film broke all kinds…
    • Back Talk

      LEFT FIELD You gotta hand it to Elizabeth Bunsen — who used her left one to make “Fun in the Sun.” The Charlotte artist not…
    • Bound For Glory

      Alexandra Altman’s book art speaks volumes about publishing and posterity
      Alexandra Jessup Altman judges books by their covers. She also casts a critical eye on their text blocks and end bands. The Calais-based crafter spends…
    • Back Talk

      BAD WRAP There’s been a major casting change in the cinema studies and film production department at Burlington College. After getting the program off the…
    • And the Beats Go On...

      Joyce Johnson drums up new interest in Kerouac with a fresh volume of “Dear Jack” letters
      One critic sourced his writings to “a slob running a temperature.” Another suggested his spontaneous prose was nothing more than “typewriting.” But detractors never managed…
    • Back Talk

      TAKE FIVE Is there a political explanation for all these Vermont wedding movies? We survived Wedding Band, Martin Guigui’s adolescent comedy about a Jewish-Italian union,…
    • Back Talk

      WAR OF THE WORDS? Paul Theroux and V.S. Naipaul duked it out for years. More recently, Tom Wolfe and John Irving took a turn in…

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