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  • Matt Douglas | Rev. Diane Sullivan
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  • Jun 9-15, 2021
  • Vol. 26, No. 36

Celebrating Vermont's Pandemic All-Stars; Burlington Readies for Its First-Ever Juneteenth Celebration; Classical Musicians Prepare for a Live Concert Season

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  • Celebrating the 'Pandemic All-Stars' Who Helped Vermont Through a Less-Than-Stellar Time
  • » Cover Story - Coronavirus
  • Celebrating the 'Pandemic All-Stars' Who Helped Vermont Through a Less-Than-Stellar Time

    This special issue highlights consensus favorites alongside unknown individuals quietly doing an outstanding job. We sought out Vermonters who went above and beyond in roles that became more difficult or dangerous during the pandemic — from the chefs and community volunteers who creatively kept us fed to the wastewater managers who tested our poo for viral markers. We also surveyed our readers on the people, places and programs that kept them going — and going.
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  • Pandemic Pick: What Outdoor Art Installation Inspired You During the Pandemic?
  • Visual Art
  • Pandemic Pick: What Outdoor Art Installation Inspired You During the Pandemic?

    With more than 50 large-scale sculptures scattered atop picturesque fields, Lemon Fair Sculpture Park "is a hidden gem in Addison County," wrote one Seven Days reader. East Shoreham residents and art enthusiasts Frank and Elaine Ittleman first opened their property to the public in 2016 for free, self-guided tours along a mowed path — and they've continued to welcome visitors, in season, throughout the pandemic. One Vermonter summed up the experience: "Being able to walk with a friend outdoors amongst these giant art installations was a wonderful way to be able to socialize safely."
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