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BENNINGTON — Rabbi Micah Becker-Klein advocates a hands-on Judaism, including writing and performing Jewish bluegrass music.His newest CD is "Kosherdawg: Jewish Newgrass Jamboree," which is a blend of bluegrass and traditional liturgy. "The … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester author David Quesnel has traversed Vermont once by bike for his book "GrandPAW's Memoirs: Tour De Vermont 251," and now he plans to do it again on foot.Quesnel will begin hiking the Long Trail from the Canadian border … more
With this year's not-quite-so-hot summer, gardeners everywhere are seeing red. That is, finally, tomatoes are ripening on vines and the impending surge of them means that family kitchens everywhere must be prepared for preservation and preparation. … more
Those who love short ribs love them. Those who haven't cooked them at home before might be a little intimidated by them. Let's bridge that gap.In general, short ribs have to be cooked either low and slow, or very quickly over high heat so that they … more
There are very few things more delicious than tomatoes in season. Sure you can buy them year-round, but these imports tend to be mealy and flavorless, so why bother? Tomato, mozzarella and basil tart is a celebration of the tomato at the peak of its … more
Fresh shellfish is one of the hallmarks of a good summer vacation, and it is best eaten barefoot with a sea breeze and chilled rose. But life is not always a beach and we are, regrettably, not always on vacation. Luckily, with a few staycation-ready … more
"A rose by any other name" ... could be a peach. It's true! Turns out that the peach is a member of the rose family.A nod to William Shakespeare, "a rose by any other word would be as sweet" from Romeo and Juliet and so true of summer's bounty of … more
The return of September means the onset of beautiful fall foliage conditions in Vermont. The Green Mountain State expects to welcome more than 3 million out-of-state visitors during the fall months, many of whom will align their trips to view the … more
To the editor:In response to the pro-trapping letter recently published in your paper I would like to come right out and agree with parts of it.Yes, I am anti-trapping and yes, I am anti-hunting, but only when it's done in the name of "recreation" … more
For many, high school is the first phase of life in which they can really screw things up for themselves. While middle-schoolers are perfectly capable of making awful choices with disastrous long-term consequences, only in high school do the … more
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