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Postponed From February, Winter Was a Drag Ball Comes to Higher Ground 

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Jordan Adams joined Seven Days as music editor in 2016. In 2021, he became an arts and culture staff writer. He's won awards from the Vermont Press Association and the New England Newspaper and Press Association.

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