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    • Artful Dodger
    • Artful Dodger

      As a crisis looms in arts funding, Vermont's Lyman Orton takes action
      In the morning of October 24, 2008, about 50 people filed into the oak and crimson Representatives Hall in the Vermont Statehouse. They’d come to…
    • Smoke and Sin
    • Smoke and Sin

      A Montréal cigar lounge and restaurant features all manner of necessary indulgences
      When Québec’s law banning smoking in public places took effect on May 31, 2006, bar owners across Montréal braced for a hit — with good…
    • Classically Awesome
    • Classically Awesome

      Yo Pros aim to lower the average age, and raise the dress code, of the VSO audience
      The rain fell in sheets and gusty waves last Saturday night in Burlington, jeopardizing the outfits of anyone going to the Vermont Symphony Orchestra performance…
    • Crime Marches On
    • Crime Marches On

      Book Review: The Catch
      It’s often been said that Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes novels owe their absorbing investigatory detail to the author’s medical degree. While working as…
    • Barnstorming Redux
    • Barnstorming Redux

      Vermont ultralight pilots are unregistered, unlicensed and flying high
      Barnstorming first captured the consciousness of America in the wake of the First World War. Bands of itinerant pilots - many of them ex-Army…
    • Reeve's Tale
    • Reeve's Tale

      Book Review: Forward From Here: Leaving Middle Age - and Other Unexpected Adventures
      In Reeve Lindbergh’s new book Forward From Here, the youngest child of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh and author and aviatrix Anne Morrow Lindbergh writes…
    • Cirque du Gourmet
    • Cirque du Gourmet

      Montréal's Jean Talon Farmers' Market is a feast for the eyes, too
      You can't beat the people-watching at Café Italia on Boulevard St. Laurent in Montréal. From the coffeehouse's small sidewalk tables, an observer can take…
    • Remote Possibilities
    • Remote Possibilities

      Mini Issue: Model Airplanes
      Richard A. Caira Jr.’s Kadet monoplane bumps ungracefully over the freshly mown turf on a country airstrip in Barre, jouncing against sod tufts and making…
    • Home on the Range
    • Home on the Range

      To food writer Amy Trubek, Vermont tastes like the future
      Amy Trubek has radical ideas about food that just might be the most sensible ones you've ever heard. The author and University of Vermont…
    • Quaffing Controversy
    • Quaffing Controversy

      Most Vermont brewers raise a glass to two new state laws
      Vermont boasts the most breweries per capita in the U.S. No fewer than 16 brewers and brewpubs service its roughly 450,000 citizens of drinking…
    • Embrace the Fake
    • Embrace the Fake

      A creative Montréal eatery takes meat substitutes way beyond Tofurkey
      Eyeing an oversized "Big Kahuna" burger in Pulp Fiction, Samuel L. Jackson voiced the dilemma of an omnivore in love with someone who shuns meat.…
    • They Like to Watch
    • They Like to Watch

      A new study at UVM correlates TV time with eating, sleeping and, well, moving
      You may have seen them tacked between “Apartment for Rent” signs and Club Metronome fliers, particularly if you’re given to wandering on the University…
    • Final Cut
    • Final Cut

      Can film-program graduates afford to stay in Vermont?
      So, you graduate from Burlington College with a degree in film production. It's time to make tracks out to L.A., right? That's where the…

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