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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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    • Mother Unload

      State of the Arts
      You never know when -- or in what language -- the next issue of 05401 will emerge. "My ambition had been three or four per…
    • 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…
    • Masters of Elusion?

      State of the Arts
      It's no secret that Circus Smirkus -- once Vermont's nimblest nonprofit -- has been grounded by a financial crisis. What's still mysterious is the way…
    • 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…
    • Team Spirit

      Edible Complex
      James Bond liked his martini shaken, not stirred. Today's cocktail connoisseurs have many more choices: Gin or vodka? Infused or flavored? Chocolate or apple? Here's…
    • 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…
    • McKenzie's Lead

      Keeping up with Burlington's biggest ballet success
      When he was dancing full-time with American Ballet Theatre in the 1980s, Burlington native Kevin McKenzie was its preeminent prince. The tall, dark danseur noble…
    • From Alice to ... Jack?

      Seven Days directs readers to Four Amendments and a Funeral, an eye-opening Rolling Stone article in which Matt Taibbi follows Sanders around the Capitol.
      Where can you hear Garth Brooks, AC/DC and the Red Hot Chili Peppers in the same sound session? On your own idiosyncratic iPod, for sure.…
    • 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…
    • 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,…
    • Monkey See, Monkey Do

      State of the Arts
      "Show time" is less than a month away for Burlington's Waterfront Theater, but the drama's already in full swing on the new building's rooftop. Several…
    • Running Scared

      Local Matters
      The Burlington Hash House Harriers have a funny way of jogging -- their weekly jaunt, modeled after the British hunt, is basically an aerobic obstacle…
    • Dread Heads

      A pair of pizza guys deliver reggae to Central Vermont
      Nothing heats up a cold Vermont night like a reggae show at the Rusty Nail in Stowe. The winter coat can stay in the car…
    • 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…
    • Moveable Feasts

      Edible Complex
      Anyone who's been on a road trip in America has surveyed the McLandscape. Almost every Interstate exit ramp now leads to a predictable concrete sprawl…
    • Global Warning

      When cheap oil disappears, says James Kunstler, so will life as we know it
      Social critic James Howard Kunstler has railed for years against the twin evils of bad urban design and suburban sprawl. Based in Saratoga Springs, the…
    • "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…
    • 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…
    • Kitchen Help

      Edible Complex
      For most of my adult life, I've been stuck in a recipe rut. Lamb chili. Squash soup. Fettucini Alfredo. Oh, I've got plenty of dusty…
    • Southern Hospitality

      Edible Complex
      There was nothing "elegant Southern" about sub-zero Vermont last Saturday night. But the promise of crawfish eggrolls, poussin confit and bananas foster motivated a carload…

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