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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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    • A Cut Above
    • A Cut Above

      A former meat inspector revives one of Vermont's last remaining slaughterhouses
      There were 30 slaughterhouses in Vermont when Carl Cushing first started working as a state meat inspector. Three decades later, only seven remain. So, on…
    • Open Season
    • Open Season

      The Hunting Issue
      You’d never know from the bustling Church Street Marketplace that Saturday marks the opening of rifle season in Vermont. Any out-of-town foray leads to…
    • You're History?
    • You're History?

      A new chapter at the Vermont Folklife Center brings a different director, a bigger building and a state-of-the-art audio lab
      You don’t have to go to deer camp to hear Roy Hines talk about tracking a 10-point, 278-pound buck up a mountain and shooting it…
    • All Stirred Up
    • All Stirred Up

      A former Vermont college prez is leading a national campaign to lower the drinking age
      You don’t need a PhD to advance a simple theory on college drinking. Students are still getting trashed, despite laws that forbid them from…
    • Vegan Variety

      Soy's in the 'hood
      A vegan restaurant across from the Old North End Variety? By fall, there could be a soy-smoothie source in the space formerly occupied by the…
    • ISO a Better Way?
    • ISO a Better Way?

      Online dating leaves Luddite lovers behind
      What do a Rutland-based lesbian forester, a boy-toy-seeking dude in Essex Junction and an eloquent Topsham technophobe have in common? They've been looking for…
    • Vignettes

      State of the Arts
      Few locals need more confirmation that JDK - Jager Di Paola Kemp Design - is hip, nor stories about the Burlington company's remarkable and well-deserved…
    • Food & Wine Fame?

      Side Dishes: Editor gets a taste of Vermont
      We know Burlington is the greenest town, the most livable and a great place for art. But could the Queen City be among . .…
    • Real Estate for the Soul

      Side Dishes: A coup for Stone Soup
      Faith overcomes famine in the folk tale known as "Stone Soup." A wandering soldier comes into a village - somewhere in Eastern Europe - with…
    • Mr. Clean

      Health inspector Al Burns keeps Vermont restaurants from making you sick
      Bleeding chefs. Plywood cutting boards. Rats in the kitchen. Al Burns has seen it all in 37 years as a Vermont restaurant inspector. Along with…
    • Breakfast Club

      Vermont restaurateurs wake up to a.m. economics
      When nutritionists declared breakfast "the most important meal of the day," they were thinking calories, not commerce. But anyone wandering the streets of Burlington on…
    • Vermont Public Radio Retunes

      State of the Arts
      Capital City politicians can now plug into "Switchboard." Just in time for the legislative session, Vermont Public Radio recently boosted its Montpelier signal - the…

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