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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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    • 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…
    • 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…
    • 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

      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

      HAIL, FRANZONI: Rutland may be a long way from ancient Rome, but that didn’t stop a Green Mountain Boy from dreaming up Gladiator. “It’s my…
    • 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…
    • Meat Your Maker

      Vermont livestock farmers deliver fresh flesh to New York
      People spend millions of dollars marketing their wares in New York City, and it takes a lot to make the city that never sleeps look…
    • 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 (4/26/00)

      Donne For: The medical prognosis is not good for the protagonist patient in Wit, but critical assessments of the play have been glowing. New York…
    • 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…
    • 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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