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Women take the lead in Queen City pitch competition

Words // Keith Morrill In the spacious Juniper Hall & Common at Hotel Vermont, dozens gathered to munch hors d’oeuvres, sip drinks, and hear the ideas of some of Vermont’s most promising innovators—or ...

The South End of Burlington: Where Art and Progress Meet

Words // Chea Waters Evans Photos // Craig Thomas It’s a summer Friday night in the South End of Burlington, and grill smoke, delicious smells, and the sound of live music wafts through the air and onto Pine ...

Meet Adam Brooks, Executive Director of SEABA

Words and Photo // Lynn Monty A quirky mix of makers call Burlington’s South End their entrepreneurial home, and that was by design. Decades of mindfulness and planning have taken a stronghold in what now thrives ...

Tyler Vendituoli of Conant  lights up Burlington design scene

Words and Photos // Matt Keller Tyler Vendituoli had been on the traditional AP track through his junior year in high school, mostly because it was what everyone expected of him. “My senior year, I completely ...

Leaning into Burlington’s waterfront history: Mastering the Segway with Rick Sharp

Words and Photos // Lynn Monty In the 1980’s Rick Sharp, 62, of Colchester, envisioned greater public access to Lake Champlain, and set out to help form the Burlington Bike Path, now ranked number one of 64 things ...

Alexis Lathem: Ghost Writer

Words // Lin Stone Alexis Lathem is an accomplished poet, an environmental journalist and activist, as well as an English and writing instructor at the Community College of Vermont; however, according to Lathem, the ...

Burlington Bike Path: Queen City’s enduring core artery undergoes renaissance

Words // Keith Morrill Photos // Craig Thomas I’m always up for new adventures—new trails to hike, new waters to swim, new paths to travel. But there’s something to be said for looking at old things with a new ...

Touring the tasting rooms of Pine Street

Words // Matt Keller Photos // Craig Thomas In the past two years, Pine Street, in the South End of Burlington, has seen an influx of on-site tasting rooms connected to popular breweries. Just in time for Art Hop, ...

The Great Vermont Corn Maze: The joys of getting lost

Words // Phyl Newbeck Photos // Courtesy of The Great Vermont Corn Maze Mike and Dayna Boudreau have day jobs as Physical Therapy Assistants, but in the fall they become puzzle masters. The Boudreaus’ puzzle is a ...

Montreal-style spices up B-Town

Words and Photos // Ben Sarle The year was 1981 when he got kicked out of school. “That’s when I started making bagels” said Lloyd Squires, Myer’s Bagels founder and co-owner, as he darted between the bagel ...