Chuck Collins is author of the new Vermont-published book “Born on Third Base: A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tackling Inequality, Bringing Wealth Home, and Committing to the Common Good.”
People & Places
BURLINGTON — The city’s premiere all-ages venue, 242 Main, will host its last concert Saturday as tenants must vacate Memorial Auditorium on Main Street because of structural deficiencies. The concert will feature 21 bands and 11 hours of music stretching from noon to 11 p.m. The show will be free and open to the public, […]
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Road” by Julia Remillard of St. Albans.
Brattleboro teacher Claire Stanley is sharing a unique view of race relations in one of the nation’s whitest states.
When a woman turned to locals in Newport to help her escape the law during a custody dispute, it set in motion an elaborate shell game involving disguises and a trick with a pail of cold water.
“Ralph Flies the Coop: A Tail of Transformation” offers a worldly message at a time of divisive debate over immigration.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Beautiful” by Elizabeth Magnan, 16, of Fairfield.
In an era before trains, the turkeys had to arrive at market alive, in places as far away as Boston, and the only way to get them there en masse was to make them walk.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Don’t Tell Me I Can’t Cry” by Greta Hardy-Mittell, 15, of East Middlebury.
This week’s event featured several speeches critical of the newly elected Donald Trump. But “art is a uniting force,” said one recipient.
Presidents have broad authority over the number of refugees admitted to the U.S. and where they come from. But some people close to the issue say it may not play out as Trump has predicted.
A network of Rutland area educators, health care providers and others will meet for the first time this month. Their work is shadowed by questions about what the election of Donald Trump means for plans to resettle Syrians and Iraqis.