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    • Water Ways
    • Water Ways

      River experts assess recovery from the damages wrought by Irene — and by man
      Earth mover photo by Jeb Wallace-Brodeur, all others by Paul Heintz. Standing on a green iron bridge spanning the White River in…
    • When Irene Came
    • When Irene Came

      A writer in Bethel remembers August 28, 2011
      Photos courtesy of Janet Hayward Burnham. Top to bottom: The view from the Church Street Bridge; a house on River Street; River Street…
    • Bridge Over Troubled Water
    • Bridge Over Troubled Water

      In Bethel, tensions still simmer in the wake of Irene
      It wasn’t the roads or flood-ravaged homes that proved hardest to repair in Bethel. A year after Tropical Storm Irene pummeled this town of…
    • A Full Plate
    • A Full Plate

      A year after Irene, how do Vermont's affected eateries and farms fare?
      The surreal, early-morning tableau of August 29, 2011 — mud, disaster and shocked faces throughout Vermont’s river valleys — didn’t last long. Within hours, thousands…
    • Heart of Barnard
    • Heart of Barnard

      A Vermont town rallies to rescue its general store
      Across the street from shimmering Silver Lake in the bucolic village of Barnard, the Barnard General Store should be busy in August selling ice…
    • Irene-aissance in Waterbury
    • Irene-aissance in Waterbury

      Gallery Profile: Seminary Art Center
      Tucked in the picturesque landscape of Waterbury Center, the old Green Mountain Seminary building perches magisterially on a hill. A set of neat steps…
    • Bridge to Tomorrow
    • Bridge to Tomorrow

      Side Dishes: Former Green Cup space is reborn
      Less than a year after damage from Tropical Storm Irene forced celebrated Waitsfield restaurant the Green Cup Café to close, the building at 40…
    • Missing Vintages
    • Missing Vintages

      At the Pitcher Inn, a wine list and cellar fell victim to Irene; only one has been rebuilt
      Spoken in quick succession, their names can sound like gibberish: A 1995 Château Mouton-Rothschild. A 2004 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Montrachet Grand Cru. A 1991…
    • A Market Resurrected
    • A Market Resurrected

      How the Woodstock Farmers' Market was reborn after Irene
      “Everything happens as it does because the universe is as it is.” Twelve years ago, the owners of the Woodstock Farmers’ Market began printing…
    • Claim: Denied
    • Claim: Denied

      The post-Irene saga of Waitsfield's MINT Restaurant and Tea Lounge
      The first sign of trouble at Waitsfield’s MINT Restaurant & Tea Lounge came around noon on the day Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont — August…
    • Washed Out
    • Washed Out

      State of the Arts
      In the days after Tropical Storm Irene swept through Vermont, artist Liza Myers thought her gallery, Liza Myers Gallery, in downtown Brandon had been…
    • Coming Together
    • Coming Together

      Post-Irene, a race against winter in the Mad River Valley
      Note: click on any of the images in this story to open a larger version in a new window. On August 28, Dotty Kyle of…
    • Crumbs

      Side Dishes: Mark Bittman visits VT; Kloeti and Bivins honored; FarmPlate helps food businesses
      Last Friday, food journalist, author and New York Times columnist Mark Bittman and Sen. Bernie Sanders gathered farmers and employees of the Burlington Intervale Center…
    • The Magic Is Gone
    • The Magic Is Gone

      Side Dishes: The Alchemist Pub and Brewery will not reopen
      Following months of mounting challenges, owners Jen and John Kimmich announced Friday that they will not reopen the Alchemist Pub and Brewery. The pub…
    • Go, Phish
    • Go, Phish

      State of the Arts
      The benefits for victims of Tropical Storm Irene just don’t stop. And that’s a good thing, because all is not yet righted after the…
    • Bittersweet Toast
    • Bittersweet Toast

      Side Dishes: Long Trail brews special ale for charity
      During Tropical Storm Irene, the swollen Ottauquechee River lapped at the deck of Long Trail Brewing Company in Bridgewater Corners, but the brewery survived…

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