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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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    • Friends of Freyne
    • Friends of Freyne

      Where has the prickly pundit been?
      After he stopped writing his weekly political column for Seven Days last June, Peter Freyne found a regular, less stressful ritual at Speeder &…
    • In 'Toon
    • In 'Toon

      Tim Newcomb draws cartoon conclusions about Vermont political history
      Capital City cartoonist Tim Newcomb has a confession to make: A lifelong liberal, he admits he’s “secretly happy” that Gov. Jim Douglas won re-election.…
    • Fir Profit
    • Fir Profit

      Steve Moffatt is Craftsbury's conifer king
      If the Friday after Thanksgiving gets painted “black,” the following day is definitely “green.” Last Saturday morning, it seemed like every other car driving west…
    • Craftsbury Outdoor Center Sold

      I interviewed a Christmas tree farmer in Craftsbury for this week's paper, but it's a destination I more often associate with cross-country skiing over frozen,…
    • "Darn Tough" Times
    • "Darn Tough" Times

      Some Vermont businesses are perfectly positioned to weather the economic storm — or any old storm, for that matter. The check-out line snaked all…
    • Getting Ahead
    • Getting Ahead

      Can creative, high-tech companies save Vermont's economy?
      Click here for all Vermont 3.0 articles, or see related links in the sidebar. There’s nothing more uplifting in a down economy than discovering…
    • Rocket Propelled
    • Rocket Propelled

      On Romance Mountain, extreme sledder Chad Chamberlain goes downhill fast
      Romance Mountain looms over Goshen’s Blueberry Hill Inn, luring intrepid cross-country skiers with its pleasing curves and seductive name. But there’s nothing sexy about the…
    • Hayden Carruth, 1921-2008
    • Hayden Carruth, 1921-2008

      Robert Frost would never have written poems with titles such as “Mr. Septic Tanck” or “The Oldest Killed Lake in North America.” Hayden Carruth,…
    • Billboard-Free
    • Billboard-Free

      Friends and family of the late Ted Riehle recently gathered on his beloved Savage Island for a final salute to the author of Vermont's…
    • You Are What You Can't Eat
    • You Are What You Can't Eat

      Vermonters discover eating overseas can bring out the burger in you
      “Is there any nostalgia more powerful than the exile’s passion for the food of home?” That was the question U.K. Guardian writer Alex Renton…
    • The Defense Never Rests
    • The Defense Never Rests

      The lawyer for murder suspect Brian Rooney makes his case
      Live, local courtroom drama has it all over “Law and Order.” Television trials can’t prepare you for the initial shock of watching an accused murderer…
    • The Goshen Gourmet
    • The Goshen Gourmet

      Tim Cheevers of Blueberry Hill Inn is a reluctant "celebrity chef"
      Finding the right chef is a tall order for any restaurant. But it's almost impossible when the dining room is on a dirt road 8…
    • Click Here
    • Click Here

      The Vermont Tech Biz Issue
      The economic news of late hasn't exactly been uplifting, but you'd never know it from the Vermont companies clamoring for exhibition space in an…

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