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Linda Sweeney

words // Lesley Snyder photo // Mark Lund Linda Sweeney is, as she put it, “sentenced to cycling.” When an injured ankle forced Linda to amend her marathoner lifestyle, doctors had only one prescription for ...

interview // Laurie Caswell Burke photo // Nancy Battaglia Bill McKibben is a person to admire. He is a person of activism, of passion, of conviction. He is willing to fight for the things he believes in. He loves ...

words // Lettie Stratton After living in California and working as a graphic designer and an advertising manager, respectively, Mike and Stephanie Olson moved to Vermont ten years ago with two young daughters in ...

Photographer Paul O. Boisvert

Interview by Julia Donnini Disenchanted with his studies at the University of Vermont, Shelburne native and professional photographer Paul Boisvert hopped on his motorcycle and rode out west to begin a freelance ...

Allison Hooper

Allison Hooper, Vermont Butter & Cheese Co. This past spring, Allison Hooper received the Terry Ehrich Award from Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility on behalf of her work with the Vermont Cheese ...

Rick Peyser commutes to work at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) on his 28-year-old BMW motorcycle. He also enjoys cross-country skiing, playing keyboards in R&B bands, running, and living in Vermont. ...

By Marilyn Webb Neagley DVT: Would you be willing to share some of the places you have been and things you have done in your life? CJ: I was born on the south side of Chicago, the only one in my family to finish ...