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    • Fantasies and Fairy Tales

      Slideshow: Winter is a Drag Ball 2013
      The House of LeMay presents "Fantasies and Fairy Tales" the 18th Winter is a Drag Ball benefiting the Vermont People with AIDS Coalition on Saturday,…
    • Graveyard Shift
    • Graveyard Shift

      Two photographers see art, not dead people, at the state's cemeteries
      The sun is shining in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery. The fall air is sweet. And six feet below Scott Baer’s feet lies Dr. Timothy Clark…
    • Trail Blazers
    • Trail Blazers

      Photo essay: Two-wheelers roll out routes through Vermont
      As the popularity of biking grows in Vermont, so do networks of custom-built, singletrack trails across the state. Most…
    • Think Globally, Ski Locally
    • Think Globally, Ski Locally

      A memorable hut-to-hut ski tour in Vermont … inspires a repeat
      All photos by Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson/EmberPhoto. Above: Skiing through a cave on day two. Is it possible to embark on a world-class skiing…
    • Cowgirls and Gayliens 2012

      Winter is a Drag Ball Group Slideshow
      The House of LeMay presents "Cowgirls and Gayliens" the 17th Winter is a Drag Ball benefiting the Vermont People with AIDS Coalition on Saturday, February…
    • A Thin-Cover Season
    • A Thin-Cover Season

      Vermonters try harder to go with the snow
      Old Man Winter has been slacking in the snow department this season. The settled snowpack on Mount Mansfield, which measured 36 inches earlier this week,…
    • The Remains of the Day
    • The Remains of the Day

      Sunset brings a little magic to the Green Mountains
      With the short days of winter upon us, getting to the mountains after work often means embracing the sunset hour. Vermont’s many peaks and…
    • Scene and Heard
    • Scene and Heard

      A new photo exhibit recalls the glory days of Vermont rock
      If you were in a band in Vermont during the 1990s, there’s a good chance Matthew Thorsen captured your smiling — or maybe sneering —…
    • A Spin at Ground Zero

      Cycling in Irene's wake, volunteers offered help
      In the days following Tropical Storm Irene, countless Vermonters dropped nearly everything in their own lives to help their friends and neighbors clean up and…
    • Home, Reinvented

      Seven Days goes inside three of Vermont’s converted quarters
      You see them scattered all over Vermont: private homes that used to be barns, schoolhouses, warehouses, grist mills or churches. What’s it like to live…
    • Deepcember Snows

      Photo Essay
      Natural snow has lingered in the mountains for nearly six weeks, and many Vermont ski areas opened over the Thanksgiving weekend. This can mean only…
    • Picturing New America

      Jean Luc Dushime aims to tell refugee stories
      Jean Luc Dushime and his family fled genocide in Rwanda when he was 14, and then a second horrific war in the Democratic Republic of…
    • Art's Start
    • Art's Start

      How a South End neighborhood went from pallets to palettes
      Before the South End Art Hop started up 16 years ago, you would have been hard pressed to find anyone who viewed the city’s industrial…
    • Greenbelt Green Thumbs
    • Greenbelt Green Thumbs

      A year after an effort to restrict them, curbside gardens are still abloom in Burlington
      There aren't many summer vegetable stands in Burlington, but the city's neighborhoods boast a variety of roadside produce. Corn, cucumbers and tomatoes have sprouted…
    • Mother of All Lawn Ornaments

      Contemplating visions of Mary -- in plaster, stone and plastic
      >> View the slideshow! Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, is said to have miraculously appeared to the faithful on many occasions since her death…
    • Mardi Party

      No matter what the temp, the bon temps must rouler
      IMAGES: Matthew Thorsen It was one of the coldest parades, and definitely the snowiest, since Magic Hat brought the Mardi Gras to Burlington 11 years…
    • Last Gasp

      Holding on to summer at the Champlain Valley Fair.
      A Photo Essay by Matthew Thorsen The Champlain Valley Fair is the Big Apple of Vermont ag expos. Whether you're there for sizzling sausages, gut-wrenching…
    • A Day in the Life

      Two photographers go on the clock in Burlington
      Images by: Jordan Silverman (JS) Jay Ericson (JE) Febrauary 25, 2005. Mardi Gras in Burlington. For the crowd of 20,000 in town to watch the…
    • The Naked Truth

      John Douglas' art aims to expose "Homeland Security"
      John Douglas describes his profession as "truth activist." The Charlotte multimedia artist creates animations, documentaries and photographs that question the heightened polarity in contemporary American…

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