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In time of social distancing, local chef, baker spread goodwill

BRATTLEBORO — Nicole Reisman, a Brattleboro resident and chef by trade, calls cooking for others her "love language." "It's just a natural thing for me to do," she said. "It's the way I show …

What we're (finally) reading: While under quarantine, now is the time for classics and epics "Moby Dick." "Middlemarch." "Ulysses." "Infinite Jest." "Crime and Punishment." For many, such books have been read grudgingly, because there was a grade riding on it, and completion of the …
Forming a special bond: Riding center offers physical, emotional and cognitive benefits WILMINGTON — On a cold, sunny February morning, Dawn Brownlow placed the bridle in the mouth of Bubbles, a 12-year-old paint mare, cinched up her saddle and led the horse to Brookside Stable's …
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BRATTLEBORO — A week ago, the creative economy in southern Vermont was approaching the novel coronavirus outbreak with uncertainty and concerns about its negative economic impact on artists and … more
PUTNEY — Surrounded by white poster boards filled with multi-colored Post-It notes from brainstorming sessions with his staff, the new executive director of Next Stage Arts Project, Keith … more
Editor's note: This year, to mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote, Southern Vermont Landscapes is celebrating the history of women from our region, … more
Editor's note: In January, Jeanine Cummins' scheduled visit to the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester was canceled, as the book's publishers said the author and the stores she was slated to visit had … more
In the summer, dinnertime is regularly blissful. We saunter out to our garden, find a perfectly ripe tomato, cut some greens, a sprig of basil, and happily trot into the kitchen. A meal of caprese … more
Town meetings can last for hours as residents make important decisions regarding their communities. more
Photography talk: Alison Wright showcases the magnetic stories of remarkable women living in post-conflict or hard-to-reach areas in developing countries in "Grit and Grace: The Empowerment of Women … more
NEW YORK — The new coronavirus has reached Broadway, but the shows on the Great White Way are scheduled to go on as planned. A part-time usher and security guard who worked at two theaters … more
SYDNEY — Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are isolated in stable condition in an Australian hospital Thursday after contracting the new coronavirus, the actor and Australian officials … more

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