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    • WYSIWYG [SIV366]
    • Video: WYSIWYG

      8/23/14: The first two day WYSIWYG (pronounced wizzy-wig) music festival was held last weekend on the grounds behind Burlington College. WYSIWYG is an acronym…
    • WTF: Is "Salad-Bar Syndrome" a Real Thing?
    • WTF: Is "Salad-Bar Syndrome" a Real Thing?

      Whiskey Tango Foxtrot: We just had to ask...
      Salad-bar syndrome: It sounds slightly ridiculous, no? Is it the sinking dread that visits salad-bar grazers as they stare listlessly into the bar, overwhelmed…
    • Milking It

      Book review: Milk Money: Cash, Cows, and the Death of the American Dairy Farm by Kirk Kardashian
      To Vermonters who have even a tangential awareness of the state’s embattled small dairy farms, the story of fifth-generation farmer Mike Isham will sound…
    • Team Kale

      State of the Arts
      Tweet Everybody loves a David-and-Goliath story. At least, that’s what Burlington filmmaker and playwright James Lantz and folk artist and “Eat More Kale” guy…
    • Onion City in Bloom
    • Onion City in Bloom

      Winooski capitalizes on its hip new residents to prove itself "more than just wild leeks"
      Over the past few decades, the tiny city of Winooski has proffered some wacky urban development ideas. In 1979, the city fathers proposed covering…
    • The Chow Must Go On
    • The Chow Must Go On

      Vermont restaurateurs talk about going from the stage to the stove
      Not many restaurateurs can say they met their business and life partners between costume changes. That’s the case of Mucuy Bolles and Christian Makay,…
    • Running on Veggies
    • Running on Veggies

      Can elite endurance athletes say no to meat?
      After racing in a grueling Ironman triathlon in Lake Placid a few years ago, Angie DeFilippi, of Colchester, had to visit the medical tent.…
    • Pop Pizza
    • Pop Pizza

      State of the Arts
      Customers and passersby have no doubt noticed a new sign hanging over the doorway of Bite Me Organic Pizza on Burlington’s St. Paul Street.…
    • Cabin Fever
    • Cabin Fever

      Making the skinny-skied journey to the Slayton Pasture Cabin
      Many are the reasons we ski, snowshoe, hike and bike: fun, fitness, fellowship and the gratification that comes from getting somewhere under our own steam.…
    • The Pandemic Pantry
    • The Pandemic Pantry

      Stocking up on staples, just in case
      The worrisome virus that’s going around may be dubbed “swine flu,” but by now, most people know they won’t get it from a pork chop.…
    • So Long, Aspartame
    • So Long, Aspartame

      A Diet Coke-head ditches the drink
      My name is Lisa and I’m an addict. A Diet Coke addict. I’ve been clean for four months now, after being hooked on the…
    • Goods to Go
    • Goods to Go

      It's easy to give and receive in the "free world"
      This Thanksgiving, Douglas De Haas of Essex found a unique way to give back. A miscommunication led both him and his mother to purchase…
    • Colonial Cuisine
    • Colonial Cuisine

      Montréal's Cabaret du Roy is a culinary time machine
      Ask a French Canadian and he'll tell you: Vermont is an English-speaking colony of New France. Before you bristle in indignation, consider all those…
    • Good to the Last Byte
    • Good to the Last Byte

      Gamers who whip up virtual vittles explain the appeal
      Christopher Coccaro, a 19-year-old Champlain College student sporting shaggy, shoulder-length hair and a flannel shirt, is throwing together some pork and vegetable soup. First he…

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