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  • East Craftsbury Curio

    Checking out the shelf life at the Simpson Memorial Library
    In Alfred Hitchcock's 1955 film The Trouble With Harry, residents of a small Vermont town discover a dead body in a local park. The black…

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  • Way Beyond Poutine
  • Way Beyond Poutine

    Montréal's oddest restos offer cuisine with color - or in the dark
    If this island city on the St. Lawrence has a quirky, nonconformist style, it's largely thanks to the countless eateries that serve up personality…

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  • Hi Ho, Ontario!
  • Hi Ho, Ontario!

    Taking off on BTV's new direct flight — to Toronto
    Last fall, Porter Airlines announced a new direct flight between Burlington and Toronto, a trip promoted mainly by Vermont ski resorts seeking to lure…

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  • Cheap Seats
  • Cheap Seats

    Riding the megabus to New York City
    When it comes to getting to New York City from Vermont, I’ve done it all: Amtrak, JetBlue, Greyhound, car. The trip is always a drag.…

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  • Burlington's Burial Treasure
  • Burlington's Burial Treasure

    Don't wait until you're dead to enjoy Lakeview Cemetery
    You never see Burlington’s Lakeview Cemetery ranked among the area’s tourist attractions, but this elegantly landscaped graveyard is an ideal place to take a…

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  • Burlington's New Slogan

    Loutube News
    Last fall, the Burlington Business Association and the Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce announced the Queen City's new official slogan: The West Coast of New…

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  • White River Rising

    How a critical mass of creative types is conducting a railroad-town renaissance
    In more ways than one, White River Junction sits at a crossroads. Two highways intersect there -- Interstates 89 and 91 -- and two rivers,…

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  • In Search of Sam
  • In Search of Sam

    Photos and dispatches from a “Quadricentennial Journey”
    In July of 1609, French explorer Samuel de Champlain and his Native American guides traversed a lovely North American lake filled with islands and bordered…

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  • 'Guest' Treatment
  • 'Guest' Treatment

    Seasonal foreign workers make a limited livelihood - and lots of friends - at the Basin Harbor Club
    Step into the foyer of the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, and you may feel like you've entered a Henry James novel. The lobby…

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