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    • Many Happy Returns
    • Many Happy Returns

      A Vermont boomerang builder is ahead of the curve
      Question: What do you call a boomerang that doesn't come back? Answer: A stick. Brookfield's Jeremy Levine, 31, has heard that chestnut more than…
    • Falls Guy
    • Falls Guy

      Vermonter Dean Goss is an expert on the world's cascades
      When his time comes, Dean Goss, 42, knows exactly where he wants his ashes scattered: on the waterfall at Bristol Memorial Park on Route…
    • Wiggle Room
    • Wiggle Room

      Greensboro Bend's Wacky Worm Sisters wax on the ins and outs of fertilizer
      Packed in quart-sized Baggies, the stuff looks rich, crumbly and decidedly illegal. But the label states otherwise: It’s nutrient-rich humus, a.k.a. Premium Quality Worm…
    • Kitchen Kitsch
    • Kitchen Kitsch

      Eyewitness
      You're at a craft fair, poking through sundry handmade goods, when Sarah Green's vibrantly colored textiles grab your attention - aprons, potholders, pillows, bags,…
    • Kale for Sale
    • Kale for Sale

      Bo Muller-Moore's green-scene design goes viral
      It's catchy, quirky, cryptic, trendy. It also leaves people scratching their heads. Eat More Kale? In the past five years, these three words —…
    • A Cinderella Story
    • A Cinderella Story

      From the Romance and Bridal Issue -- an interview with dressmaker Shaline Kirkpatrick
      On most mornings, tiny handprints smudge the display window and front door of Shaline Bridal. Little girls, says owner Shaline Kirkpatrick, are fascinated by…
    • Type Cast
    • Type Cast

      Got a Selectric? Vermont's sole repairman is key
      It was a typewriter with balls — literally. Before the modern miracle of the word processor, no self-respecting secretary could live without an IBM Selectric…
    • Dead Reckoning
    • Dead Reckoning

      A Vermont casket maker thinks inside the plain wood box
      Richard Winter’s pine prototype rests against the wall of his East Calais workshop — a massive, 7-foot-tall, wide-shouldered hexagon, and home sweet home for…
    • Victrola's Secret
    • Victrola's Secret

      A spin doctor keeps old music makers alive
      St. Johnsbury’s Rod Lauman lives in a three-story, yellow 1883 house that’s furnished and decorated in a brooding Victorian style. One of his three…
    • Polly Want a Pooh-Pooh Protector?
    • Polly Want a Pooh-Pooh Protector?

      Bird accessories? It's an idea that could fly
      There’s something bird-brained about Susan Golden’s side business. And that’s a good thing. Under the company name Golden Perch Bird Supply, the 43-year-old Plainfield…
    • Scarfin' Slices in the 802
    • Scarfin' Slices in the 802

      Suddenly, the world knows about Montpelier pizza
      "We're down with that." That was press secretary Jason Gibbs' would-be-hip reply when The New York Times asked him whether his boss, Governor Jim Douglas,…
    • Where There's a Grill, There's a Way

      Following short orders at the Wayside Restaurant
      The parking lot at Berlin's Wayside Restaurant is usually jammed with cars, but it's dark and deserted at 5:15 a.m. when Randy Spaulding pulls in,…
    • Crunch Time

      With granola, Montpelier caters to hungry, hungry hippies
      Montpelier has always had a "crunchy" reputation, but research - in the bulk-bin section of the Hunger Mountain Co-op - suggests it could very well…

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