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“Natural flavors,” however, are anything but. In celebration of a technicality set forth by the FDA, natural flavors must contain a minimum amount of any “natural” ingredient, which could mean leaves, twigs, yeast, or another ‘naturally occurring’ substance. It does not, however, have to con…

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BRATTLEBORO — If you like the Grateful Dead, the Allman Brothers and The Band then you’re sure to get your groove on with Dead Man’s Waltz at the Stone Church in Brattleboro Saturday at 8 p.m.

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“Lily Topples the World” opens with an interview of Lily Hevesh’s college roommate, talking about the oddities of living with a YouTube creator with 3 million subscribers, especially one who occupies such an odd space as domino art. The film goes on to document Hevesh’s college life and frie…

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Talk about confusing! Got milk? Get milk? Don’t get milk? As nutritional information vacillates between pro- and anti-dairy, where do (potentially confused) dairy lovers stand in this dilettante romance? Kicking dairy to the curb is, for many of us, an impossibility, but for the lactose sens…

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BRATTLEBORO — COVID-19 prompted local circus artists to get even more creative, coming up with performances tailored to their backyards and inviting friends in the industry to develop their own parts.

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BELLOWS FALLS — Celebrate fall in your favorite flannel this weekend at Rockingham Hill Farm, for the second-ever Southern Vermont Flannel festival. The party returns Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a two-day schedule packed full of fun for the whole family.

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BRATTLEBORO — When photojournalist Sebastian Meyer visited Iraqi Kurdistan in 2008 to document survivors of the 1988 genocide against Kurdish people, he learned that dozens of his Middle Eastern colleagues were not having their work picked up by Western news organizations. This gave him a ne…

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WESTON — Weston Playhouse Theatre Company moves indoors to conclude its season with “The Mountaintop.” Set in a nondescript motel in Memphis the night before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered, the play imagines an encounter between King and a mysterious maid who brings coffee to his ro…

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WESTON — Weston Playhouse Theatre Company moves indoors to conclude its season with “The Mountaintop.” Set in a nondescript motel in Memphis the night before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered, the play imagines an encounter between King and a mysterious maid who brings coffee to his ro…

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DORSET — After a year and a half in the shadows of a global pandemic, the Dorset Players have come roaring back for a full season, kicking it off with one of the most ridiculous farces out there today, John Chapman’s “Kindly Leave The Stage,” directed by Richard Maiori.

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BRATTLEBORO — One of Shakespeare’s most accessible comedies of the heart will be hitting the big screen, thanks to a local theater company and the young people who take part.

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MANCHESTER — One of the joys of writing this column is the time we spend talking with chefs. Meeting chef Sigal Rocklin at Manchester Village’s famous Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant was one such occasion. Sigal’s story is one we can all appreciate and admire.