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    • Masthead to Masthead

      The sprawling city of Colchester may lack an identifiable downtown, but it now has two newspapers covering its selectboard meetings, sewage strategies and high school…
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      Low note: Working for the National Symphony Orchestra gives Daryl Donley access to plenty of performances. But the former technical director of the Vermont…
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      art beat: The picture keeps on changing in the Vermont gallery scene. While some established venues are struggling to hang in there, new ones keep…
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      Is culture catching? Due north of the Williston whale tails, a landlocked salmon is taking shape along the South Hero recreational path. Three sculptors from…
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      chicken big Forget about dogs and cats. For Vershire author Jay Rossier, Living with Chickens is where it’s at. His new book, subtitled Everything…
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      moving objects After curating exhibitions at the Fleming Museum for 11 years, Janie Cohen is taking over as director on July 1. The 45-year-old Burlington…
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      LEFTOVERS:Mona’S did a brisk business over graduation weekend. Two days later the kitchen closed — for good. Employees arrived at the Burlington restaurant Tuesday morning…
    • Hanging It Up

      Museum directors are a rare breed — in fact, a nationwide shortage has plagued cultural institutions from coast to coast. But at Burlington’s Fleming Museum,…
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      The city of Burlington dissolved its first civil union last week, creating a couple of “gay divorcés” who may be the subject of an upcoming…
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      Here’s the skivvy, er skinny, on Tania Kupczak. As a Burlington underwear artist, she’s fully out of the drawer. The Oberlin grad earned a Master’s…
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      Major casting changes are afoot among the administrative stars of the Vermont film industry. At a recent legislative reception, Bill Stetson announced he is stepping…
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      Can a Single Pebble multiply? What sounds like a Zen koan is also a standard tenet of culinary capitalism. After four years going gangbusters next…
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      “Vision” is a verb for Gary Chassman. “If you can vision it, you can do it,” says the Burlington book producer who imagined, organized and…
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      GETTING THE HANG OF IT Burlington’s Exquisite Corpse Artsite died slowly, and elegantly, at Jager DiPaola Kemp Design in July 1999. Employee Rachel Comey curated…
    • The Monologist Prepares

      THE MONOLOGIST PREPARES: You don’t say “break a leg” to Spalding Gray these days. The 60-year-old monologist was shaky on stage last Saturday as a…
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      Donne For: The medical prognosis is not good for the protagonist patient in Wit, but critical assessments of the play have been glowing. New York…
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      Steady Freddy Whether or not he achieves senatorial status, Fred Tuttle is still a star. The Tunbridge dairy farmer was in fine form —…
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      BORDERS PATROL: It looks like bookstores might out number coffeeshops on Church Street. Borders Bookstore —  the next-biggest national book retailer after Barnes &…
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      SEX EDUCATION: What makes a high school senior choose one pricey college over another? The meteorological circumstances of the campus tour? Dorm decoration? The…
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      DEAN SCENE: Rubbing elbows with Public Enemy, John Sununu and Al Franken? It was a big week for Howard Dean, and we are not talking…
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      MINNOW MAN: The next best thing to reruns of Gilligans Island? The first mate — in the flesh — smoking butts in your office. Bob…

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