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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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    • Cinematic Submersion

      State of the Arts
      Marc Estrin watched 32 films in five days last week during the course of Burlington's Vermont International Film Festival. "That includes shorts; I counted them…
    • Fightin' Words

      State of the Arts
      Irish poet Greg Delanty racked up some miles alongside environmental writer Bill McKibben last weekend on a five-day trek to call attention to the most…
    • Decent Exposure

      State of the Arts
      While Burlington strives to balance a big-ass budget, the Queen City's arts agency has come up with its own creative financing scheme. Burlington City Arts…
    • Small Craft Warning

      State of the Arts
      What's more worrisome to festival organizers than a 10-day forecast for rain? The changing demographics of cultural consumers, says Charlie Dooley, Vermont's premier producer of…
    • U Be Quiet

      State of the Arts
      The Vermont Youth Orchestra sure sounds like a kid-friendly operation. But for Lori Lewis and her two young sons, last Sunday's Flynn MainStage concert ended…
    • Mother Unload

      State of the Arts
      You never know when -- or in what language -- the next issue of 05401 will emerge. "My ambition had been three or four per…
    • Masters of Elusion?

      State of the Arts
      It's no secret that Circus Smirkus -- once Vermont's nimblest nonprofit -- has been grounded by a financial crisis. What's still mysterious is the way…
    • Monkey See, Monkey Do

      State of the Arts
      "Show time" is less than a month away for Burlington's Waterfront Theater, but the drama's already in full swing on the new building's rooftop. Several…
    • Shh... It's Private

      State of the Arts
      Before it closed down last month, Gezellig was Burlington's arts incubator - an under-the-radar rehearsal space, black-box theater, meeting place, nightclub and cinema that hatched…
    • A Stranger to Sitcom?

      State of the Arts
      Jay Craven laid out all the disclaimers before last Saturday's sneak preview of "Windy Acres." His new television sitcom had just come off the "editing…
    • Scenes from a Wedding

      State of the Arts
      Loranne Turgeon scouted the perfect location for her wedding with James Cyr. In her old job -- luring moviemakers to Vermont -- the former film…

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