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    • What I'm Watching: "Too Many Cooks"
    • "Too Many Cooks"

      Like so many other internet fun-seekers, I recently watched and was pleasantly astonished by Casper Kelly's short film "Too Many Cooks." First broadcast in the…
    • Vermont Filmmakers Contribute to CNBC Doc on Mac Parker
    • CNBC Airs Mac Parker Story

      Followers of the Mac Parker saga, which Seven Days and other local news outlets have covered extensively for the last several years, have come to expect curveballs. The most recent development is less…
    • Flights of Fancy
    • Flights of Fancy

      Former Pan Am stewardesses remember their glory days in the air — and nitpick the new TV series
      There’s a scene in the new ABC series “Pan Am” where two baby-faced pilots share a drink at a pub. The year is 1963. “Look…
    • TV MD
    • TV MD

      After years as a small-screen doc, UVM med student Peter Wingfield is training to be a real one
      Peter Wingfield is not a doctor, but he’s played one on TV. Several times, in fact, including a two-year stint on “Holby City,” a…
    • Grill Thrill

      Side Dishes: Reality TV show comes to Smuggs
      Who says skiers have to pay exorbitant prices to eat at the mountain? After hitting the trails on warm spring days, loads of Smugglers’ Notch…
    • Anchor Aweigh
    • Anchor Aweigh

      Darren Perron moves into local news' top spot
      Darren Perron is not your typical television newsman. His voice doesn’t boom with the stentorian authority of Tom Brokaw, and his compact stature is…
    • Kill Your TV...  But Not Your Laptop
    • Kill Your TV... But Not Your Laptop

      Getting By: How Vermonters Are Surviving the Recession
      When I tell people I don’t own a television set or have cable, they often assume that I don’t watch TV. They’re wrong. My…
    • Late Late Night?
    • Late Late Night?

      State of the Arts
      Tim Kavanagh, host of WCAX’s locally produced talk/variety show “Late Night Saturday,” announced last Saturday that episode tapings have been suspended “until further notice.”…
    • Teaching Tube
    • Teaching Tube

      A Middlebury professor shows students how to think inside the box
      At Middlebury College, students who like to follow the twists and turns of complex narratives can take courses devoted to Henry James, Vladimir Nabokov, Shakespeare…
    • Hardwick Hits
    • Hardwick Hits

      Celebrity chef spotlights Vermont town
      Brassy show-biz chef Emeril Lagasse usually spends the half hour of his Planet Green TV show, “Emeril Green,” teaching gardeners to use homegrown herbs…
    • On-Air Ability
    • On-Air Ability

      “The Advocacy Team” shows what it can do — on camera
      Monday, April 27. Production Manager Bill Simmon has just given a thumbs-up from his control room at the Burlington studios of Vermont Community Access…
    • Food Tube

      Side Dishes: Vermont fare gets its 15 minutes on TV
      Getting a product featured as “Snack of the Day” on “Rachael Ray” may sound like a small biz’s dream come true. But for the folks…

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