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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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    • Bowing Out
    • Bowing Out

      Flynn founder and executive director Andrea Rogers plans her exit
      The “Flynn Block” on Burlington’s Main Street was all lit up last Saturday night. Two illuminated marquees announced the night’s performing arts offerings: On…
    • Diamonds and Rusty

      How The Logger turned himself into a hot commodity
      There's hickory, cherry, butternut and curly maple in The Logger's newly constructed dream house in Stowe, but he didn't cut the timbers himself. Since his…
    • Drape Crusader

      State of the Arts
      Today's rural Vermonters think nothing of driving an hour to see a stage show in Burlington, Middlebury or Montpelier. Not so in the old days,…
    • "Family Guy" Values

      State of the Arts
      Only one thing's better than a fresh episode of "Family Guy." Face time with the "Family Guy" guy. Expect the cult cartoon's creator Seth MacFarlane…
    • Clearly Marked Exits

      State of the Arts
      The Firehouse Gallery's new curator was just getting the hang of it. Less than a year after accepting the Burlington job, C. Sean Horton is…
    • Way Off Broadway

      State of the Arts
      You wouldn't expect a co-producer of Angels in America to advertise himself -- not in Vermont, anyway. But Robert Cole wears the show's promotional T-shirt…
    • Balancing Act

      State of the Arts
      There was no safety net under Jade Kinder-Martin when he walked on a wire suspended over Burlington's Main Street seven years ago. He negotiated a…
    • Doggy Style

      Theater Review: Sylvia
      Extramarital affairs, child rearing, even dirty dishes come between couples. But in the Vermont Stage production of Sylvia, the bone of contention is a dog.…
    • Riotous Grrrls
    • Riotous Grrrls

      Dressed for excess, a daughter of Bread and Puppet stages a feminist fest of her own
      Cowgirls and superheroines are a far cry from bread and puppets, but the source is the same — sort of — in a show…
    • Back Talk

      FLYNNSIDE SCOOP Every year the Flynn Theatre invites members of the media to a “sneak preview” of its new season — an illustrated sales pitch,…
    • Back Talk

      LOST AND FOUND Like every good dancer, Sharry Underwood was in the right place at the right time. Almost 60 years ago, the Burlington mover…
    • Back Talk

      AND THE WINNERS ARE... Between Jay Craven, John O’Brien, Nora Jacobson and David Giancola, Vermonters produce at most a half-dozen films a year—not enough to…
    • Back Talk

      FINAL EXIT? Blake Robison has played all the parts at Vermont Stage Company — playwright, actor, director, marketer, grant writer, schmoozer. Last week the 34-year-old…

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