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    • Peace Pals
    • Peace Pals

      Vermont summer camp plants the seeds for Middle East peace through interfaith education
      Tamer loves “his family and Jesus” but not “heights and cockroaches.” He likes “flowers, sharks and whales.” Samar says she’s happy on holidays and…
    • Leas on Life
    • Leas on Life

      Patent lawyer, inventor and activist Jimmy Leas keeps reinventing himself
      In May 1968, at the height of the Vietnam War, James Marc Leas graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and promptly received his draft…
    • The Wall Has Two Sides
    • The Wall Has Two Sides

      Two Vermonters - a Palestinian refugee and an American Jewish sailor - remember the early days of Arab/Israeli conflict
      Last month, Arab-Israeli tensions spilled over from the Middle East to the West Bank of Lake Champlain. When a South End Art Hop exhibit…
    • Art Hop Sound Off
    • Art Hop Sound Off

      The debate rages on over Peter Schumann's "Independence Paintings" at the 2007 South End Art Hop
      A TENNESSEE TALE I am continually dismayed by the suppression of art and attempts to limit its availability and accessibility. Art is the voice…
    • Over the Wall
    • Over the Wall

      Censorship or anti-semitism? Inside the furor over an Art Hop exhibit
      The Art Hop debate raging this week in Burlington isn’t just about what’s hanging on the walls, but about what’s happening beyond the canvas, at…
    • The Whole Truth?

      Project Censored: 10 stories ignored last year by big media
      Last month, two news stories broke the same day, one meaty, one junky. In Detroit, U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled that the Bush…
    • Life-and-Death Drama

      Theater Preview: Rachel
      The bulldozer is a common piece of construction equipment, unlikely to provoke an emotional response. Until one learns about the life, and death, of Rachel…
    • Unfogging the War

      Flick Chick
      One of George W. Bush's favorite talking points has been that Hezbollah is the "root cause" of Lebanon's current conflict. But a young woman here…
    • Area Jews Rally Around Israel

      Local Matters
      BURLINGTON -- Amid the chaos and collateral damage wrought in the confrontation now raging between the Israeli military and Hezbollah, the Israeli objectives seem clear:…
    • Looking Homeward

      Art Review: "Made in Palestine"
      The ghosts that have come to haunt the T.W. Wood Gallery, on the Montpelier campus of Vermont College, have nothing in common with the hokey…
    • Theater of Resistance

      Local Matters
      We Are the Children of the Camp is performed by children, but it isn't exactly kids' stuff. Presented last week in Burlington, Montpelier and Glover,…
    • Stars of Bethlehem

      Local Matters
      Dr. AbdelFattah Abu-Srour wakes up each morning on the frontline of the global war on terrorism, and fights it with little more than puppets, finger…
    • Nun Sense

      Sister Miriam Ward makes activism a habit
      At 5-foot-1, with her bifocals and short gray hair, Sister Miriam Ward may look diminutive and benign. But don't be fooled. The 78-year-old nun has…

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