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Vermont is no stranger to welcoming tourism at every season, but when Vermonters set out to travel elsewhere, for a cross-country trip or away for a holiday weekend — what are some easy ways to stay healthy and keep our families full, fit and happy?

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These days, a good, true comedy is hard to find. Most of the actually good, thoughtful comedy is drifting away from comedy. Many sitcoms, especially ones produced by popular comedians, are more likely to be unpacking traumas in front of an audience than to be genuinely funny. The most popula…

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BRATTLEBORO — Joel “Veena” Eisenkramer’s deep love for the classical music of north India has propelled him from his roots in Southern Vermont to living and performing all over India and the world.

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DUMMERSTON — Next Stage Arts and Twilight Music present an evening of Celtic music by high-energy bagpipes, fiddle and guitar trio Cantrip with special guest Alasdair White, plus Keith Murphy and Yann Falquet as part of the 2021 Bandwagon Summer Series at 5 p.m. Saturday at Scott Farm, 707 K…

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BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro artist Roxcell Bartholomew explores the psychological impact of his personal and cultural history in his first solo gallery show, “Melting Pot.” There will be an opening at 118 Elliot during Gallery Walk today, from 5 to 8 p.m.

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BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus will begin its 26th fall session on Sept. 8. To start the year, participants will be singing songs of resilience and joy, outdoors and on Zoom. There are multiple outdoor options. Pre-registration is necessary, and masks for singers will be requir…

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BENNINGTON — The Civil War remains the nation’s bloodiest, with 1.1 million casualties, and nearly 620,000 lives claimed. Away from those 19th-century battlefields, however, a different kind of contest emerged, one that was indirectly tied to the front lines, but rooted in the patriotic ferv…