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Bennington Community Theatre presents 'Love Travels Fast'

BENNINGTON — Bennington Community Theater will present "Love Travels Fast," an evening of short plays about the many forms of love and acceptance, from Nov. 15-17 at the Bennington Performing …

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Tina Weikert: Amid fall and frost, life finds a way BONDVILLE — Certainly, some mystical, magical events should begin with sightings of a butterfly. Or if not a butterfly, at least a nectary flower, a variety to make heads turn in search of its …
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Ratatouille: The dish, not the movie As this is an article appearing in the Food section, the ratatouille I'm referring to is the French vegetable dish, not the movie. I did have a good laugh though while researching when I came across …
Berkshires and Southern Vermont Pancake Trail: Grab a fork and bring your appetite To find some of the best pancakes served up by sugarhouses in the Berkshires and Southern Vermont (and a few just over the borders) we turned to Facebook to solicit advice from our readers, who were …
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BENNINGTON — On Sunday, Nov. 3 at 3 p.m., Bennington Museum presents Bread and Puppet Theater's Diagonal Life: Theory and Praxis, a show that examines the current precariously diagonal … more
BENNINGTON — This fall on view in the Regional Artists Gallery of the Bennington Museum is the meticulous work of print maker Asa Cheffetz (1896-1965). His wood engravings served as printing … more
LENOX, Mass. — Although concert attendance at Tanglewood this past summer held steady with last year's total, the opening season of the four-building Linde Center for Music and Learning, home … more
FridayTheater"Water, Water Everywhere...": 7:30 p.m. Written by Oldcastle's Producing Artistic Director Eric Peterson, the play takes its inspiration from the local PFOA water contamination crisis. … more
BENNINGTON — Oldcastle Theatre Company is closing out its banner 48th season with about as topical a production anywhere in the region, Eric Peterson's "Water, Water, Everywhere ".Also … more
DORSET — The Dorset Players, one of the nation's oldest continuously running community theater companies, continues its fabled run of success by opening their 92nd campaign with Patrick … more
BRATTLEBORO — Authors and readers will explore questions of personal, cultural and national identity at the 18th annual Brattleboro Literary Festival, scheduled for Oct. 17 to 20 in and around … more
BRATTLEBORO — When the Brattleboro Literary Festival kicks off next weekend, it will honor the legacy of the town's literary past, and one of its most acclaimed authors. At 11 a.m. on Thursday, … more
BRATTLEBORO — When University of Vermont professor Emily Bernard talks about being black in the second whitest state in the nation, she often surprises people by starting with the positives."I … more
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