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The Joys of  Spring Skiing

Words // Darcy & Dale Cahill Photos // Ben Sarle Tailgating may be reserved by many for football season, but in Vermont tailgating season begins on the first warm days in April and stretches until the final days ...

Adventures in Mycology

Words // Pamela Hunt Photos // Carlos Gallardo Photography Luna, a sturdy pit bull mix, and Derrick, a gangly adolescent Vizsla, raced up the trail, eager for whatever adventures they could find. Our group of nine ...

Small Towns, Large Talents

Words // Phyl Newbeck When we think about where to view art, we often think of college towns or obvious tourist destinations. A newcomer to Vermont might imagine that the best places to see local (and not-so-local) ...

Shape of the Sky: An Interview with Author Shelagh Connor Shapiro

Words // Lin Stone Once upon a time and not-very-long-ago, a local newspaper article about a Phish concert in Coventry percolated inspiration for Shelagh Connor Shapiro’s debut novel, “Shape of the Sky.” ...

Gardener’s Supply Company:  Thriving with nearly 300 owners

Words // Lettie Stratton If you’ve spent any time in or around Vermont and like to farm, garden, or do anything that involves getting a bit of soil underneath your fingernails, chances are you’ve visited a ...

The Argonaut and The Wasp

On a cold winter afternoon, I stopped into a staple structure of Burlington, the family house turned apartment building so common in the Old North End. Like many of those dilapidated structures, this one was home to ...

Flo Meiler: sprinting away from aging stereotypes

Words // Amanda Holman Photos // Rob Jerome Flo Meiler is a track and field superstar. She has set over 15 world records and 12 U.S. records in different events from pole vault to high jump to weight throw, and all ...

A New Life for Winooski

Words // Chea Waters Evans Color Photos // Craig Thomas B&W Photo // Oopey Mason Artwork // Sadie Williams Big sister Burlington may have hogged the spotlight for years, but lately little sis’ Winooski, just ...

Malisa  Garlieb

Words // Lin Stone Photo // Jeffrey Trubisz   Poet Malisa Garlieb’s debut collection Handing Out Apples in Eden is in its own manner a creation story rich with myth and metaphor for personal evolution, the ...

The Other Side of the Mountain: Cambridge, Jeffersonville, and Smugglers’ Notch

Words // Chea Waters Evans Photos // Craig Thomas Glorious skiing and snowboarding? Check. Swanky ski resort with fun for the whole family? Check. Mellow, easy-going town with everything you need nearby? Check. ...