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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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    • Cinematic Submersion

      State of the Arts
      Marc Estrin watched 32 films in five days last week during the course of Burlington's Vermont International Film Festival. "That includes shorts; I counted them…
    • Market Driven

      The new boss at Burlington's co-op has an appetitie for entrepreneurship
      You get a whole different perspective on the rush-hour crush from the second-floor offices inside Burlington's City Market. But Clem Nilan isn't lording anything over…
    • Real-Estate Rumor?

      Does the Lakeview have a foodie future?
      Food-news junkies get it hot on Chowhound.com, a widely popular national blog that exists "for those who live to eat." Well, they like to gossip,…
    • Fightin' Words

      State of the Arts
      Irish poet Greg Delanty racked up some miles alongside environmental writer Bill McKibben last weekend on a five-day trek to call attention to the most…
    • Rouses Pointe

      Norte Maar asks the North Country, "Shall we dance?"
      Rouses Point has seen better days. Last fall the town's number-one employer, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, announced its impending departure; the drug company employs a tenth of…
    • Decent Exposure

      State of the Arts
      While Burlington strives to balance a big-ass budget, the Queen City's arts agency has come up with its own creative financing scheme. Burlington City Arts…
    • Not From Here?

      The Vermont Fresh Network takes on a new problem: fraud
      There are two red-blooded burgers on the menu at Mary's Restaurant in Bristol. The traditional beef patty comes from cows grazing happily at nearby Wood…
    • Small Craft Warning

      State of the Arts
      What's more worrisome to festival organizers than a 10-day forecast for rain? The changing demographics of cultural consumers, says Charlie Dooley, Vermont's premier producer of…
    • All About Al

      State of the Arts
      Despite public protests by wannabe U.S. Senator Ritchie Tarrant, comedian Al Franken came to Vermont last weekend to stump for the indie candidate, U.S. Rep.…
    • Book of Love
    • Book of Love

      Vermont Vows gives the state wed cred
      Saying "yes" is the easy part. It's what comes after the proposal that requires the vision and courage of a four-star general. Anyone who…
    • U Be Quiet

      State of the Arts
      The Vermont Youth Orchestra sure sounds like a kid-friendly operation. But for Lori Lewis and her two young sons, last Sunday's Flynn MainStage concert ended…

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