Arts
Book Marks: A detective in need of a vacation

In "Trace," Archer Mayor's 28th Joe Gunther novel in 28 years, the three hard-working detectives of the Vermont Bureau of Investigation are faced with three complicated cases at a time when they are …

Young playwrights take home awards

Dorset Theatre Festival provides opportunities for regional middle and high school students to learn about playwrighting and create a play of their own through its annual Jean E. Miller Young …

New art celebrated this fall

This past weekend The Bennington Center for the Arts held an opening reception for its two fall exhibitions, The Collective Members' Show and the Artists for the New Century. Artists from as far away …

Lifestyles
Thom Smith: Stop! Don't touch that fuzzy, white caterpillar

Q: When I walk around my gardens, I frequently see a hairy white caterpillar, about 1 1/4" long. It has a tiny black bead-like head and a row of tiny black triangle-like marks down its back. …

Ron Kujawski: Time to plant wonderful, multi-purpose garlic

Garlic is perhaps the most useful of vegetables. It is a key ingredient in all cuisines; it has medicinal properties; it wards off vampires; and it can help clear a crowded room in no time at all. …

UVM enshrines healthy living in bricks and mortar

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat. Now they're meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully, and at least one school, the …

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