The MicroMoo is one of five two-year pilot projects across the state selected by the Vermont Agency of Transportation to bolster and diversify rural public transportation.
The New York Independent newspaper claimed James Hope had “no rival in Europe in forest or brook scenery” and the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph called him the “father of the realistic school of landscape painters in America.”
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Hiking upward (heaven has no golden stars)” by Sawyer Fellows, 17, of East Burke. Artwork is “Marigolds,” by Molly Quavelin, 13, of Burlington.
Minus 20 degrees is likely in parts of the state this weekend, and shelters and warming centers plan to be open in many communities.
The curatorship is an effort to add more cultural diversity and representation of Indigenous art in the museum’s collections, according to museum officials.
Flatlanders are often deceived by the idea that driving at very high speed means the wheels don’t have time to actually penetrate potholes. They learn fast when a costly MacPherson strut rockets through the leather upholstery in the rear seat.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “January Silence” by Elise Cournoyer, 13, of Richmond. Artwork is “Ice Castles” by Amelia Van Driesche, 16, of Burlington.
What Erika Nichols-Frazer guarded as her deeply private struggle is actually common.
Shiffrin told NBC Sports, “This number 83, it was almost completely out of my mind today… I guess it’s very fitting that it would come in the moment when I actually am thinking about it the least and don’t expect it at all.”
Brian Lindner was 11 when he spotted the wreckage. It became a life’s calling. “I was just fascinated by it,” he recalls.