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  • Forging Ahead
  • Forging Ahead

    Middlebury artisans sustain the craft of pewtersmithing
    In a Middlebury grain-warehouse-turned-workshop, pewtersmith Fred Danforth sets a loud, heavy, spinning lathe into action. The tool would be as much at home in…

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  • Etsy Earnings
  • Etsy Earnings

    Vermonters make bank on the internet's friendliest do-it-yourself craft market
    Today’s Vermonters practically have a “shop local” gene in their DNA. We’ve bemoaned the stores that have shuttered their doors since the economy tanked in…

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  • Band Bond
  • Band Bond

    Marriage works for jeweler couple Doug and Marty French
    Thirty-eight years ago, Marty and Doug French opened their Burlington jewelry store, Fire & Metal, in the North Winooski Avenue spot currently occupied by Radio…

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  • Artful Dodger
  • Artful Dodger

    As a crisis looms in arts funding, Vermont's Lyman Orton takes action
    In the morning of October 24, 2008, about 50 people filed into the oak and crimson Representatives Hall in the Vermont Statehouse. They’d come to…

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  • Forging Ahead
  • Forging Ahead

    Hubbardton Forge takes blacksmithing into the 21st century
    Consider the blacksmith. Whether it’s Hephaestus, who forged the weapons of the gods in a volcano, or the soot-faced, pre-Industrial Revolution chap who fashioned…

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  • Season's Greetings

    Vermont artists play the card market
    Katharine Montstream was stranded. It was winter and very cold. She had three children and four bags of groceries, and the only key to her…

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  • Rescued Retrospective

    Salvaging Lois Foley's long-neglected legacy
    Most of the many visitors who have seen the Lois Foley retrospective, now on display in Burlington's South End, heard about it by word of…

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  • Tree Trade

    Vermont's furniture makers build a brand
    The "Made in Vermont" cachet is branching out. The state's reputation for purity and integrity provides a seal of approval for its specialty food products,…

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  • Saving Johnson

    How the Vermont Studio Center has turned a town around
    In 1979, you could still buy ice cream cones at the Johnson Pharmacy for 10 cents. When my family relocated from Manhattan to this hamlet…

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