Pawlet writer and self-described “collector” Eve O. Schaub is author of the new book “Year of No Clutter.”
People & Places
Warren Strobel’s talk in Burlington on Tuesday can be viewed as a livestream courtesy of Channel 17. The event starts at 6:30 PM and is sponsored by Milne Travel.
Gores may have started as accidents, but they soon became useful to the Legislature, which doled them out almost like consolation prizes to people petitioning the state for land.
The onetime Broadway understudy for Walter Matthau and castmate of Dustin Hoffman was among the authors of Vermont’s Act 250 land-use law.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “A Little Girl” by Iris Robert, 13, of South Burlington.
Author Julia Alvarez and artist Sabra Field join their words and woodblock prints in “Where Do They Go?”
Brattleboro’s “blind masseur,” Neil Taylor, and his mother, Alison Taylor, are authors of the new memoir “The Life We Got.”
Not a train ran for nearly three days. Montpelier didn’t have mail from the south for four days, and people in Rutland fought through drifts that ranged from 4 feet to over their heads to get about town.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Chase for Equality” by Sylvan Williams, a student at U-32 High School in East Montpelier.
Sports Illustrated’s Luke Winn included the Catamounts at No. 8 on a list of his top 10 NCAA bracket busters, noting the “extreme, positive momentum” the team brings.
What drew people to the group varied. Some were attracted by its message of hatred and exclusion, while others described it as a social club, akin to the Masons or Rotary.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Playing at Higher Ground” by Caroline Swayze of Charlotte.