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    Bluegrass at the Firefly

    05/21/2015 12:49 PM EDT
    MANCHESTER >> On Saturday, May 30 at 8 p.m., The Firefly Restaurant will feature a performance by Gary Wade and Jake Geppert. The duo started to play together over this last Winter and have a mixture of sounds including Banjo, Mandolin, 
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    Bonsai and Shona Exhibit Planned
    05/21/2015 12:47 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> Tilting at Windmills Gallery has announced a two day show of bonsai and Shona sculpture, on May 23 and 24 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is a show of wood and stone in art forms for viewing. Full Story

    Student Opportunities at Weston Playhouse
    05/21/2015 12:45 PM EDT - WESTON >> Weston's Student Ambassador Program provides 15 students with free admission to all seven summer shows, and an opportunity to experience how professional productions evolve. Backstage tours, first read-throughs, tech rehearsals, Full Story

    Weston Launches Summer Season
    05/21/2015 12:43 PM EDT - WESTON >> Weston kicks off its 79th season with a family-friendly performance schedule and dramatic discounts for Vermonters. "There's something for everyone on our stages this year," Producing Artistic Director Steve Stettler said. Full Story

    Hometown Storytellers Celebrate Vermont
    05/21/2015 12:33 PM EDT - MANCHESTER CENTER >> Manchester Community Library and Manchester Historical Society invite you to attend "Hometown Storytellers" featuring Dave Quesnel, Bob Stannard, and Terry Tyler on Wednesday, June 3 at 7 p. Full Story

    SVAC Sets New Exhibit
    05/21/2015 12:33 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> The Southern Vermont Arts Center will welcome emerging artist Don Ihde to exhibit a selection of his artworks from May 23 through June 14. SVAC will present the exhibition in one of the Yester House galleries. Full Story

    'Endangered Alphabets' carved in wood
    05/21/2015 12:31 PM EDT - ARLINGTON >> About 100 forms of alphabet scripts exist around the world today, and about one-third of them are an endangered species. How do alphabets — as distinct from languages — become extinct? Full Story

    Fantastic Fantasticks
    05/16/2015 01:45 PM EDT - DORSET >> There must have been a solstice between the sun and moon that compelled the energy of the audience to reach new heights. At the opening night performance of The Dorset Players presentation of The Fantasticks, every actor got the Full Story

    Weston Playhouse to Receive National Arts Grant
    05/13/2015 12:29 PM EDT - WESTON >> Through its grant-making to thousands of nonprofits each year, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) promotes opportunities for people in communities across America to experience the arts and exercise their creativity. Full Story

    'Jazz Junketeers' Light Up the Firehouse
    05/13/2015 12:28 PM EDT - TINMOUTH >> Jenni Johnson is a widely travelled jazz singer whose home and roots are in Vermont. Her full, smooth voice offers an ideal format for her collection of American jazz classics, as well as, blues, swing, and funk music. Full Story

    Publishing world gathers this week for book conventions

    NEW YORK (AP) — Diversity will get an extra push at this week's BookCon and BookExpo America. Last year, a virtually all-white lineup of speakers at publishing's annual national conventions highlighted the whiteness of the industry itself. Full Story
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    David Letterman set trashed; Dumpster divers move in

    Hours after the 'Late Show' finished taping, the crew began dismantling and throwing away iconic parts of David Letterman's set.