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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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    • Sock and Awe
    • Sock and Awe

      How Ric Cabot and Darn Tough Vermont saved the last hosiery mill in New England
      Gail Scelza left her East Charleston home at midnight last Friday to be first in line at the Cabot Hosiery sock sale in Northfield on…
    • iWitness
    • iWitness

      Burlington Mac maker Jerry Manock remembers his old boss: Steve Jobs
      Jerry Manock’s Burlington office is crammed with industrial-design jobs that never saw the light of day: a hockey skate with an adjustable blade; a…
    • A Little Give
    • A Little Give

      Can Vermont count on the next generation of philanthropists?
      Remember that appeal you received back in November, the one you “filed away” with the others now piled high in your in-box? A dizzying…
    • Fir Profit
    • Fir Profit

      Steve Moffatt is Craftsbury's conifer king
      If the Friday after Thanksgiving gets painted “black,” the following day is definitely “green.” Last Saturday morning, it seemed like every other car driving west…
    • Getting Ahead
    • Getting Ahead

      Can creative, high-tech companies save Vermont's economy?
      Click here for all Vermont 3.0 articles, or see related links in the sidebar. There’s nothing more uplifting in a down economy than discovering…
    • Click Here
    • Click Here

      The Vermont Tech Biz Issue
      The economic news of late hasn't exactly been uplifting, but you'd never know it from the Vermont companies clamoring for exhibition space in an…
    • Dr. Moo

      A new cow doc in Addison County bucks a national vet trend
      Dr. Annie Starvish is a fraction of the size of her patient at the Berthiaume Farm in Salisbury, but she definitely has the upper hand…
    • Fixer-Upper
    • Fixer-Upper

      For rehab king Stu McGowan, it's all about local color
      There's nothing beige about Stu McGowan, owner of approximately 25 brightly colored rental properties in Burlington's Old North End. Over the past five years,…
    • Seize the Daylily

      A Greensboro business pushes the prolific perennial
      "Hot Lips." "Indiscreet." "Child Bride." "Exotic Candy." No, they're not porn stars -- although there are certain anatomical similarities. These budding beauties are among the…
    • Forest Gumption

      In Goshen, an innkeeper looks out for the woods
      At Blueberry Hill in Goshen, innkeeper Tony Clark treats his guests to great food in a charming old farmhouse surrounded by some of the finest…
    • Mama Bear
    • Mama Bear

      After a wild ride, Liz Robert tames the Teddy Bear Company
      There was nothing warm or fuzzy about the financials four years ago at the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. Even after its big Valentine’s Day…
    • The Will to Give

      For philanthropists Holly and Bob Miller, it's about more than dollars and business sense
      The old Roman adage "charity begins at home" may need a little updating. Self-centered boomers could easily interpret the saying as license to pamper themselves…

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 -- Seven Days
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