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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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    • Movable Feasts

      Edible Complex
      The catering business heats up around the holidays. Next to the summer season, with its rash of weekend weddings, this is the craziest time…
    • 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…
    • Deep Dish

      Edible Complex
      Burlington's Old North End finally has a market to serve its growing population of Africans. "It's becoming big: Sudanese, Somali," proprietor François Nsibienakou says of…
    • 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…
    • To Die For

      Superstar ethicist Peter Singer brings his controversal credo to UVM
      Eli Clare was born with cerebral palsy. Because he was slow to walk and talk, doctors followed up that diagnosis with another: mental retardation. But…
    • 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…
    • Galley, Ho!

      Edible Complex
      It's a good thing Patti Luchetti stands 5 feet tall and weighs about as much as a sack of potatoes. Her small stature -- and…
    • 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…
    • Flour Grab?

      Edible Complex
      There's a new "wonder" bread on the market, but you won't find it in a red-white-and-blue plastic package. It comes right out of the oven…
    • Frozen in Time

      Edible Complex
      The Nutty Buddy has shape-changed into the "Choco-Taco." The space-age Rocket Pop is now the red-white-and blue "Firecracker." Other than packaging, and his tattoos, though,…
    • 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…
    • Dishing it Out

      New and improved eateries share recipes for success
      They say a picture's worth a thousand words. But in the food world, a recipe is the essential reduction, the window on the sole. Anyone…
    • Worth the Saltimbucca

      Edible Complex
      Williston can't seem to get its fill of big-box, best-buy American capitalism. But shoppers may give up chain chow after tasting Frank Pace's chicken saltimbocca…
    • Eco Trip

      Don Mitchell takes a novel approach to environmental terrorism
      Anti-immigration factions are hijacking the Sierra Club. An eco-activist is arrested for torching SUVs in California. Vermont environmentalists are battling it out over the pros…
    • Cash Cocoa

      Edible Complex
      First you taste the citrus -- a feature of Latin American cinnamon that sets it apart from the standard stick. Then, mid-tongue, the ancho and…
    • Knitworking

      A new generation reclaims an old craft
      Women have been knitting since ancient Egyptian times. But they didn't start calling themselves "chicks with sticks" until last year, when major media like Time…
    • Going for the Kill

      With slaughterhouses disappearing, Vermont meat producers are barely hanging on
      Vermont gets a lot of mileage from its happy Holstein image. As a symbol, it rightly makes the connection between the state's agricultural economy and…

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