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STRATTON >> Two years before Jerry Garcia's death, guitarist Jeff Mattson and his buddy noticed their idol at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City. Garcia was conversing with a friend. When she left the bar, Mattson's friend decided to approach   Full Story
Opening Oct. 8 at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in the Wilson Museum and Gallery will be the works of artists Terry Hauptman and Hugh Joudry. Hauptman's wall-spanning Songline Scrolls radiate with imagination and pose questions about culture and   Full Story
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BENNINGTON>>Two native Vermont indie-folk bands will play at a special fall concert hosted by the Vermont Arts Exchange and the Bennington College Activity Council on Oct. 1. Horse's Mouth was a product of friends meeting at Bennington College   Full Story
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Two authors will be visiting Northshire Bookstore, and one of them will be launching his newest work. At 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept 29, author Thomas Flynn will address his book, "Bikeman: A Fifteenth Anniversary Reflection on September 11th.   Full Story
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WESTON >> Last week, over 1,000 area students traveled to Weston Playhouse for subsidized matinee performances of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons." The final MainStage American Masters production capped a record-breaking summer season celebrating   Full Story
Chef and author Louise Miller will read from her latest work, "The City Baker's Guide to Country Living" at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 14 Chosen as one of the best new food books to read this year by Bon Appetit, this full-hearted novel is about a   Full Story
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WESTON >> When "All My Sons" opened on Broadway in 1947, America was still recovering from World War II. Everyone knew someone who had lost a husband, a brother, a father or a son. Playwright Arthur Miller's tragic play of two families   Full Story
"The Consul, the Tramp & America's Sweetheart" an award winning play, will receive its world premiere opening Friday, Sept. 2, at Bennington's Oldcastle Theatre. Playwright John Morogiello has had two earlier works presented by Oldcastle as   Full Story
BENNINGTON —"The Consul, the Tramp & America's Sweetheart," an award-winning play, will receive its world premiere opening Friday, Sept. 2, at Bennington's Oldcastle Theatre. Playwright John Morogiello has had two earlier works presented by   Full Story
BENNINGTON — Friday, Sept. 2, as part of First Fridays, Vermont Arts Exchange is proud to bring you "Pathway of the Blues", a tribute to Rick Burgess featuring Blues Sanctuary and the Legato Blues Band.   Full Story
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DORSET — Prior to the opening of Dorset Theatre Festival's final show of the 2016 season, "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill," by Lanie Robertson, I sauntered over to say hello to Dorset's   Full Story
Adam Krakowski, author of "Vermont Prohibition," will speak at NorthShhire Bookstore at 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26. Krakowski will be here to discuss "Vermont Prohibition," which discloses the tumultuous side of Vermont's temperance movement.   Full Story
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Local dream pop and rock quintet Luminous Crush will be in concert at Earth Sky Time Farm in Manchester Center on Sunday, Aug. 21 from 6 - 8 p.m. Luminous Crush members Ben Campbell and Laura Molinelli are just as at home with acoustic guitars and   Full Story
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Just a mile or so north of the Weston Playhouse on Route 100 is the Weston Rod and Gun Club, housing Weston Playhouse Theatre Company's "other" stage. Audience members are never far removed from performers who can see every twitch, grin and grimace,   Full Story
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MANCHESTER>>For the love of making music, growing food and generating art, the Moonshine Music Festival will return to Earth Sky Time Farm on Aug. 13. The full-day, rain-or-shine community celebration will bring in music ranging from   Full Story