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    Art Review: Hobart Vosburg Roberts, Adirondack Museum
    Early camera flash technology was complicated and messy. By the end of the 19th century, photographers were igniting magnesium powder in a flat pan…

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    Side Dishes: "Cookin' Out" at the Adirondack Museum
    Where can you witness top chefs competing in a campfire cook-off and take a workshop on making s’mores? These are just a few of…

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    Theater review: Tenderloin
    The growing popularity of the annual Blackfly Festival is one reason Vermonters ask, “How do you get there from here?” about the tiny, unincorporated…

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    Theater Review: Arms and the Man
    Romanticizing militarism helps a nation justify conquering other sovereign powers. In the late 19th century, as the British Empire stretched across the globe, Victorian…

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    Theater Review: Mrs. Warren's Profession
    Irish-born playwright George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) employed an acid-dipped pen to analyze society. In proper, prosperous Victorian England, he rejected what he called “romantic…

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    Theater review: To Kill a Mockingbird
    Adapting a beloved literary classic for the theater presents many challenges. How does the unlimited scope of the novelist’s imaginative world translate into two…

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    Theater review: Sylvia
    It’s easy to understand why animal owners anthropomorphize their pooches and pussycats. Attributing human characteristics to animal behavior makes sense if you value hard-to-find…

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    Theater review: Orphans
    Good plays that became lousy movies make up a small corner of cinematic history’s “well-intentioned flops” section. The failure of these stage gems to…

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    Theater Review: Oliver Twist
    What makes a play compelling theater — engaging the audience with a great story, or amazing them with clever stagecraft? Call me old-fashioned, but…

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    Theater review: The Shape of Things
    Playwright Neil LaBute has issues — with the entire human race, it seems. Village Voice critic Rob Weinert-Kendt calls LaBute “American theater’s reigning misanthrope.”…

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    Theater Review: The Complete History of America (Abridged)
    Most of us sat through a required year of high school American history a long time ago. Not-so-scintillating teachers may have dampened our enthusiasm…

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    Theater Reviews: The Drawer Boy, The Light in the Piazza
    The Drawer Boy In the new world of condensed electronic communications, even the concept of lasting friendship gets its own text-message abbreviation. BFF means “best…

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    Theater review: Game Over
    U.S. combat operations in Iraq officially “end” on September 1. While politicos and pundits publicly debate the war’s next euphemistically named phase (“Operation New…

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    Theater Review: Fully Committed at Lost Nation Theater
    Pity the plight of the starry-eyed young actor. How does he chase the dream of becoming a professional thespian while keeping up with mundane,…

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    State of the Arts
    A successful three-week run of The All Night Strut ended at Montpelier’s Lost Nation Theater last Sunday. On Monday, director Tim Tavcar, a mainstay…

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