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Re: “Lucinda Williams & Buick 6

By all accounts a lesser artist would have postponed the show. Lucinda, who was visibly suffering from a severe head cold and struggled through her first three songs, and even after a self proclaimed hissy fit, rallied every bit of her inner strength and delivered an amazing show. Buick 6 was their usual rock solid selves, even after a serious F bomb drubbing by Lucinda. Playing to a sold out audience each ensuing song and background story created the collective tapestry known as Car Wheels and ended with a stellar Righteously with a Lou Reed Walk On The Wild Side tease. I only wish the show had taken place at the Paramount in Rutland, a gem of a theater that blows LOH away, visually and sonically. Thanks Lucinda for toughing it out, The Upper Valley thanks you!

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Posted by Aprilia69 on 11/12/2018 at 8:39 PM

Re: “'Conquering Unreasonable Non-Tolerable Sexism'

SIcknastybro

Posted by Katlin Parenteau on 11/06/2018 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Open House

Station is at 190 Sandhill Road

Posted by Bryan Holland on 10/08/2018 at 2:47 PM

Re: “BTV Poly Cocktails

This event is now located at Deli/126 instead of Drink Bar!

Posted by Kae Burdo on 10/07/2018 at 7:45 PM

Re: “'Sitting Pretty'

Poignant uplifting and hilarious!

Posted by Cheri Gagnon on 10/06/2018 at 6:59 PM

Re: “'Visions of the World'

I haven't seen the Visions of the World Show at the Amy e. Tarrant Gallery but I have heard Umesh Acharya on Vermont Edition on VPR Monday evening, Oct. 1st, and I was wowed. Bring our country more Umeshes. After fleeing Bhutan and living in Nepal he ended up in Vermont, and has now graduated with a neuroscience degree from UVM. He is also a photographer and poet. His 'Optimism' was beautiful, expressing a general philosophy that he has been through so much that what bothers others seems trivial to him. And his 'Hunger', with two lines I jotted down, "Feed me with hunger; Burn me to ashes......." ends with something from life experience like "Only then will I know my strength...." Our Vermont forebears would have related to those lines. They were tough survivors. Like the Iranian proverb, "The taste of wisdom is first bitter, then sweeter than honey." Three cheers for you, Umesh. Julie Parker, julieparkerbonjour@gmail.com, (802) 767-3250

Posted by jnhp on 10/01/2018 at 8:14 PM

Re: “Korean Food Fest

Excellent Food!

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Posted by Cindy Rancourt on 09/24/2018 at 8:51 PM

Re: “J. Turk

They're a guy.

Posted by The Oracle on 09/08/2018 at 7:11 AM

Re: “'Shakespeare Alive! A Bard-Based Variety Show'

I love this show, it's a lot of fun every year.

Posted by Anna Cody on 08/21/2018 at 11:39 PM

Re: “Solar Flare Psychic Fair

check out the detailed descriptions of all the readers and vendors who will be present at the Saturday Solar Flare Psychic Fair. https://www.facebook.com/events/193358088031549/

Posted by Karen Roy on 08/16/2018 at 1:48 PM

Re: “'Barefoot in the Park' Auditions

A slight correction: Sunday's auditions are also 1 - 4 PM, and Monday will be 6 - 9 PM.

Posted by Josh McDonald on 08/11/2018 at 12:52 PM

Re: “Solar Flare Psychic Fair

SOLAR FLARE PSYCHIC FAIR READERS (alphabetical order)

Colleen Hammond: Tarot Card Readings, Empath

Genevieve Hackett: Psychic Medium, Tarot, Palm Readings

JC Mayas: Intuitive Angel Card, Tarot Card & Oracle Card Readings

Julie Ann Thompson: Intuitive Medium, Natural Witch, Tarot Cards, Oracle Cards, Paranormal Investigator

Kathryn Sameulson: Intuitive, Channels your personal angels and guides

Kevin Quigley: Tarot Card Readings

Linda McCracken: Psychic, Medium, Tarot Card Readings, Dowser

Paul Hyson: Tarot Card Readings

Sia Spade: Tarot Card Readings, Intuitive Healer

Stacey Smith: Psychic Intuitive, Medium, Celtic Acorn / Staves Oghams, Medical Intuitive, Oracle, Angel & Nontraditional Tarot Card Readings

Stephanie Desaro: Psychic Medium, Intuitive Tarot & Oracle Card Readings

Steve LaBranche: Psychic Intuitive, Oracle Card Reader

Tina Gilson: Psychic, Medium, Rune Readings

Tolan Oakenshield: Psychic Medium, Tarot Card &b Angel Card Readings

Posted by Karen Roy on 08/09/2018 at 11:44 PM

Re: “Champlain Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show

This was a huge disappointment. The first thing you notice when you go inside is the heat and how stagnant the air is; there was no AC or open windows. But what was most disappointing was how much of a cheap flea market feel there was. Most of the jewelry and carvings, you can tell aren't handcrafted. It's pretty obvious they were bought in bulk from ebay and are being resold. A lot of it wasn't even real gems and minerals, but glass or acrylic. The gem and mineral shows I've been to in the past had an interactive element to them; this one didn't. Honestly, it wasn't even worth the $4.

Posted by Sweetling on 07/28/2018 at 3:17 PM

Re: “'The Fabric of Emancipation'

Go if you can! This is an outstanding exhibition that asks "what did people do after emancipation" (or in some cases, escape from slavery). They built lives. They built communities, or found community in other places. They educated themselves. They became craftsmen, cooks, teachers, politicians, writers, in addition to farming, hiring out as labor, taylers, cobblers. All this expressed by a group of amazing fabric artists from Harlem, NY. This is a gift from them to us, and it should help us all see the dynamic creative energy of African-Americans then and now. I wish you could have heard the insightful and deeply personal (and funny) presentation by the original curator of this exhibit. But not too late to spend some time with the exhibition.

Posted by Annie Stratton on 07/16/2018 at 12:33 PM

Re: “Devin Cook

Devin was eloquent and inspirational. She created energy in the room; provoked engaged discussion and spurred questions. Thank you for bringing this dynamic woman to Vermont. Much to consider about the future of work in Vermont.

Posted by Zoltan Sachs on 06/07/2018 at 8:39 AM

Re: “Fleet Foxes

This band was incredibly amazing! Hearing them live was even better. Robin Pecknold, the lead singer sang into each song with a powerful voice. His voice was loud , steady and amazing. If you have not seen this band do so if they come around again ! I totally soaked up every minute ! Love Fleet Foxes.

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Posted by Jill Decker on 05/27/2018 at 10:00 AM

Re: “CBD Hemp Water Opportunity Meeting

This will be the first CBD business opportunity meeting and the first to introduce CBD water in Vermont, so you don't want to miss it.

Registration: 9am
Presentation: 10am - 4pm

Posted by cbdawakenwellness on 05/03/2018 at 9:06 AM

Re: “Vermont Farmers Market

The Wednesday Winter Farmers Market in Rutland at the Vermont Farmers Food Center has been discontinued for the Winter Season. The Wednesday Market will resume on May 16th at the outdoor market in Depot Park (Walmart shopping plaza) from 3 - 6 pm. Questions call: 802-342-4727 (Maura Wildman- Market Manager)

Posted by VFM Rutland on 05/01/2018 at 4:39 PM

Re: “Local Women's Business Owners/Crafters Expo

Great event to find special Mothers Day gifts while supporting local women business owners and crafters and raising money for Taekwondo KICKS scholarships

Posted by Kellie Thomas on 04/26/2018 at 1:23 PM

Re: “The Forest Bathing Experience

Thanks for pointing this out, Duncan! We've updated this to the correct location.

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Posted by Andrea Suozzo on 04/05/2018 at 10:07 AM

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