This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Fears” by Megan Smith, of Hanover, New Hampshire.
People & Places
The city will start to welcome 100 refugees — mostly families with children, and many of them from Syria — by as early as October.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Flower Thief” by Hannah Freedner of Vergennes.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Wired” by Madeline Evans, of Burlington.
Amelia Canney, 14, of Milton, an eighth grade student at Saint Francis Xavier School in Winooski, writes about the bravery of a bullied boy who stands before an auditorium of his classmates and reads a poem that astonishes them. The Little Bird By Amelia Canney He shuffled across the stage to the mic. He could […]
The Dorset Theatre Festival, Weston Playhouse and White River Junction’s Northern Stage hope their collaborative presentation of “The Norman Conquests” will be a model for other Vermont outfits seeking to build creativity, customer bases and the bottom line.
Authors and experts spoke about post-traumatic stress, overcoming catastrophic injury, and the importance of the 1947 partition of India during the two-day event.
Most Vermont students think “The Jungle Book” is a Disney movie. That’s why caretakers of the late author’s Green Mountain hideaway invited select youth inside last week for a rare look.
Guilford writer Verandah Porche asked best-selling author Gay Talese which female scribes inspired him, not knowing that the 84-year-old’s answer (“none”) would spur feedback from the likes of Tina Fey.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Tasting Alive” by Erin Lashway, a student at Mount Mansfield Union High School.
Alanna Mayer is hoping to bring attention to marriage equality by becoming the first woman in a same-sex marriage to represent a state at the Mrs. America pageant.
David Payne lost his livelihood, his Vermont home, his happy marriage. Then, between blinks in a rearview mirror, seemingly everything else ended — and began anew.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “It’s What I Left Behind” by Erin Zubarik, a student at Champlain Valley Union High School.
“He was a man for all seasons,” recalls a colleague. “Not just sports seasons, but political and mud seasons, too.”