Photographers find an affinity for the slower pace of film cameras


Talk to enough people who are taking photographs on film — there’s a surprising number of them in the Upper Valley — and a few themes emerge.If the...

At jam sessions, musicians learn when to play and when to listen


Whether she’s hosting a jam session or singing and playing in one, Kerry Rosenthal repeats to herself a mantra she learned years ago from another...

A Rehabilitation Milestone


Hartford — Rich O’Connell knows how to do two things: fix engines and sell weed.Just as Vermont is at a crossroads about whether to legalize...

Reading The Sheep


Tunbridge — Years ago, Stephen Wetmore bought a couple of sheep.“I couldn’t catch them when I needed to, so someone suggested I get a border collie...

Fire in the Bean Hole: ‘That’s Good Food’


South Royalton — At first glance, the 2-foot by 7-foot rectangle in the ground on the South Royalton green looks like a smoking grave.It isn’t, of...

Vershire — One clue begins: “Not far from where the trail goes from wide to thin, here is where your next clue lies within. Pay attention, for this...

Carrying on a Vermont Trapping Tradition


Bethel — When they first started trapping, friends Marcus Harrington and Colby Washburn worked separately and didn’t catch much. But last year they...

Oxen Help Move Historic Vermont Schoolhouse


Brownington, Vt. — It was a sight the town of Brownington hadn’t seen in more than 100 years: dozens of oxen helping to move a schoolhouse to where...

Archery Events are Right on Target


Hartford — On a recent Wednesday afternoon, David Follensbee and Jen Wheatley, both of White River Junction, and Bill Gray, of Sharon, walk around...

‘Kristy’ Comes Home to Main Street


Chelsea — After going missing for a time this winter, SafeArt’s shiny, springy-haired Kristy is back in her regular spot on Main Street, where she...

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