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Full cast of <i>Pump Boys and Dinettes</i>.
Full cast of Pump Boys and Dinettes.

Theatre Review: Pump Boys and Dinettes at St. Michael?s Playhouse

The musical Pump Boys and Dinettes is the final production of the season at St. Michael's Playhouse in Colchester, Vermont. The show runs at the Playhouse through August 9. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening night and has this review.  Go to full article
Abbey Lee and Marty Keiser in <i>Almost, Maine</i>. Photo: Buff Lindau.

Theatre Review: Almost, Maine at St. Michael?s Playhouse

Almost, Maine is the current offering at St. Michael's Playhouse in Colchester, Vermont. The show runs through July 26. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening night and has this review.  Go to full article
Jonathan Tortolano

Something old and new on the cello

Cellist Jonathan Tortolano returns to his home state Saturday for a recital at the Commmunity Church in Stowe (noon). Tortolano grew up in Vermont, studied with renowned cellist Elsa Hilger and lived and performed in Europe for years. He now lives in Toronto and regularly performs with orchestras across the region, including the Orchestra of Northern New York. He told Todd Moe that his recital on Saturday will include a solo suite by Bach, a work by George Crumb, and a new piece for cello.  Go to full article
Nalina Mann, Aerialist. Photo: Buff Lindau.

Theatre review: Barnum at St. Michael?s Playhouse

Barnum has opened the season at St. Michael's Playhouse in Colchester. The show runs through June 28. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening night and...  Go to full article

North Country, Vermont Methodists consider split

One of the oldest and most established churches in the North Country is facing a major shake-up. The Troy Conference of Methodists, based in Saratoga, has roughly 50,000...  Go to full article
White fungus marks the muzzles of many sick bats (Photo: Al Hicks, NYSDEC)

"White Nose Syndrome" remains mysterious bat killer

The mysterious "white nose syndrome" has received a lot of media coverage. But little is known about the fungus linked to the deaths of thousands of bats across the...  Go to full article
White fungus marks the muzzles of many sick bats (Photo: Al Hicks, NYSDEC)

Bat disease delays construction of North Country wind farm

White nose syndrome has killed tens of thousands of bats in New York. The disease has spread to Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut, as well. It spread quickly among bats...  Go to full article
Kassandra Barton of The 8 O'Clock Ranch is just as comfortable online as at the farmers' market.

Local Flavor: local meat in town and online

When it comes to healthy, environmentally-friendly eating, "local" has become the new "organic." More and more people want to know what's in their food, who produced it, and...  Go to full article

Clean Air settlement will benefit Lake Champlain

New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo says a landmark clean air settlement with one of the country's biggest power producers will provide half a million dollars to fight...  Go to full article

Warm, wet weather and deep snow raise flood warnings

With temperatures warming and deep snowpack in some areas, emergency officials in New York and Vermont are worrying about flooding. National Weather Service officials say in...  Go to full article

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