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The Chef’s Table Dinner Series: Eli’s with Chef Eli Dunn

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Come to Blithewold for an intimate culinary experience. Guests have an opportunity to meet and enjoy a specially... Read More »

The Chef’s Table Dinner Series: Gracie’s with Chef Matthew Varga

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Come to Blithewold for an intimate culinary experience. Guests have an opportunity to meet and enjoy a specially... Read More »

The Children Who Plant Trees

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We will start this family program by turning someone from the audience into a tree! This demonstration will... Read More »

The Deadline Season Begins

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I am really glad my blog is about the outdoors and that the only sport I do where... Read More »

The Dear Old Computer

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Yesterday my computer crashed. I hate that sentence and all the possibilities that it implies. I was sending... Read More »

The Death of Stephen Huneck

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I am haunted by the death of Stephen Huneck, a wonderful and unique Vermont artist who died this... Read More »

The DeCordova Gets Tired

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Forgive the tired pun of the title. When it comes to sculptor Chakaia Booker’s art, it’s hard to... Read More »

The Drama of It All

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March is usually snowstorms and mud, mud and snowstorms but this March has been warmth, thaw, and mud.... Read More »

The Enamelist Society’s 15th Biennial International Juried Enamel Exhibition & 11th International Juried Student Exhibition

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January 15 – March 18, 2016 This multi-media exhibition highlights the best in contemporary enamels produced in the... Read More »

The End of No Summer

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It is the end of summer, a strange thing to say since some of us feel there never... Read More »

The End of Television

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Months ago, or so it seems now, we were told that as of February 17, 2009, our ability... Read More »

The Farnsworth at 60

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The Farnsworth Art Museum is the engine that drives Rockland, Maine. For most of its 60 years, the... Read More »

The Fast Food Trap

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I’m rarely shocked — but my jaw has just dropped to a new low. I’m well aware that... Read More »

The Feathered Hand

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Alison Hildreth has one of the finest literary imaginations of any artist I know. Her deeply personal, intuitive... Read More »

The Fox Comes Out

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A few years ago, I wrote a short story I titled The Fox. It is about a young... Read More »

The Free Spirit of Vermont

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If there is a straight line in the state of Vermont I have never seen it. Vermont is,... Read More »

The Gary & Gerry Show

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For its second Spotlight New England exhibition focused on contemporary artists working in the region, the Currier Museum... Read More »

The Ghost of a Dread Past

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The return of my Lyme symptoms was an unwelcome realization. It came on one morning, just as my... Read More »

The Ghost of Andrew Wyeth

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Andrew Wyeth is dead. He reportedly passed away peacefully in his sleep at the great age of 91.... Read More »

The Gift of the Glaciers

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During my childhood summers in Chester County, Pennsylvania I did many things: played baseball, rode my bike, caught... Read More »

The GPS of Life

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Happy new year to my friends out there. As I write this, it is 2 a.m. on the... Read More »

The Hardwood Blooms of Spring

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Every day I walk a few miles in the neighborhoods of my town. These days, more and more... Read More »

The Healing Touch

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To cure sometimes, to relieve often, to comfort always. -attributed to Hippocrates I saw Mr. C’s last name... Read More »

The Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain | Vermont’s Only Private Ski Club

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I didn’t know exactly what to expect when I accepted an invitation to dine, sleep and ski at... Read More »

The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Adapted by Stephen Canny and John Nicholson

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most celebrated Sherlock Holmes story gets a gloriously funny makeover in this cheeky spoof... Read More »

The Iceland Diaries, Part Five

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It was difficult, perhaps the most difficult thing, to be without a common language. I have always said... Read More »

The Iceland Diaries, Part Four

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I had hitchhiked out there with Jane. We had started in Reykjavik, looking for work, but we were... Read More »



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