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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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    • Biking With Barack

      "There's no way that was Michelle Obama." I had to twist around so my boyfriend biking behind me could better hear the argument. The presidential…
    • Flying Blind

      It's a good thing Samuel de Champlain didn't "discover" Burlington by plane. The map-making explorer would have been sorely disappointed — like I am, every…
    • "Darn Tough" Times
    • "Darn Tough" Times

      Some Vermont businesses are perfectly positioned to weather the economic storm — or any old storm, for that matter. The check-out line snaked all…
    • 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,…
    • 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…
    • Charlie's With the Angels
    • Charlie's With the Angels

      Vermont lost one of its most accomplished and compelling characters when Charlie Houston, 96, died on Sunday at his Ledge Road home in Burlington.…
    • Eek a Mouse!

      Did anyone catch the weird photo essay about Malawian mice in Sunday's Burlington Free Press? Five graphic photos chronicled the animal's death cycle at the…
    • Quiz: Bern This
    • Quiz: Bern This

      How well do you know Bernie Sanders and his Vermont political career? We combed through our archives for 10 trivia questions about his journey…
    • Back Talk (11/4/1998)
    • Back Talk (11/4/1998)

      Steady Freddy Whether or not he achieves senatorial status, Fred Tuttle is still a star. The Tunbridge dairy farmer was in fine form —…
    • 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…
    • Bard to the Bone
    • Bard to the Bone

      Rome & Jewels, with Puremovement, choreographed by Rennie Harris.
      Roll over, Shakespeare. Better yet, try a headspin, a back flip or flare. The players in the latest rendition of Romeo and Juliet strut…
    • 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…
    • Side Dishes

      Dispatches from the food front
      Sliced horse lung in chili oil. Hot pot with goose esophagus. Bamboo fungus soup. You won't find those "specials" on the menu at A Single…
    • King of the Road

      Twenty years ago, Donnie Allison and Cale Yarborough were neck and neck in the final lap of the Daytona 500 when they collided at…
    • 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,…
    • 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…
    • Home, Sweeter Home
    • Home, Sweeter Home

      How Lakeview changed my life: a tale of real estate redemption
      I wasn’t looking for a new house. I thought I was perfectly happy in the 800-square-foot “single-family” home I’d occupied for 20 years in Burlington’s…

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