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Billy Childs Quartet to Perform Music From Their New Release, Rebirth, at the Vermont Jazz Center on Saturday, May 6th The Vermont Jazz Center will present Billy Childs, one of the leading pianists, composers and arrangers of our time, on Saturday, May 6th at 8:00 PM. He will be performing with his quartet including saxophonist Dayna Stephens, bassist Hans Glawischnig and drummer Ari Hoenig. Childs has earned thirteen Grammy nominations and four Grammy awards. He is also the recipient of…
04.30 / 15:09
ibrattleboro.com
We hope to see you at this free event, presented by Post Oil Solutions and Green Up SIT! They will be hosting the original global climate change *co-opera,” "SOS: Secret of the Seasons" in the Main Reading Room at Brooks Memorial Library on Sunday, May, 7, at 6 p.m. Based on songs written by SIT Professor John Ungerleider and Bill Conley, the SOS co-opera is a reflective, participatory musical journey that engages the audience with the external and internal challenges that g…
04.30 / 15:09
ibrattleboro.com
Did you know that Brooks Library regularly shows the work of childrens' book illustrators? The display case is on the second floor across from the Children's Room. Stop by and check it out! For the month of May, there will be some beautiful original sketches and watercolors from the book "Did Tiger Take the Rain?" by Charles Norris-Brown. Please take a moment to read his brief bio and statement below! Dish washer, bus driver, teacher, theoretician, and artist, Charles Norris-Brown…
04.30 / 15:09
ibrattleboro.com
State highlighted for progress, while Scott administration signals adjustments but overall commitment to clean…
Samples from Champlain College’s collection tell the history of Burlington’s focal poi…
Redhawks improve to 6-0 after battle of Metro baseball…
MILTON – Betty Jane Lamphere passed away Wednesday, April 19, 2017 after a long battle with cancer, her family by her side. She was born Feb. 7, 1944 in Burlington, daughter of William and Betsy Bailey. She was the wife … ■ Read m…
04.30 / 01:40
miltonindependent.com
Killington Resort Hosts “Pond Skimming” as Part of its Spring NOR’BEASTER Event Series Fans attempt to ‘Skim the Pond’ in an always entertaining rite of spring passage Killington Resort will host the Coca-Cola Ice Cold Experience Pond Skimming competition at the base of Superstar trail on Saturday, April 15, competition start at 11 a.m. Skiers […]…
04.29 / 23:41
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About two thousand gathered on the green outside the Capitol building for the People's Rally for…
Something was noticeably amiss at the South Bennington Bears’ varsity baseball game Thursday night. According to multiple accounts, the usually spry school mascot “Bobby the Battling Bear” seemed withdrawn and distant throughout Bennington’s 5-3 victory over the Wyndham Windfarms. Following a series of formal complaints, Tim Scrumbly, the South Bennington High School senior who portrays Bobby the Battling Bear at all school functions, was summoned before the…
04.29 / 23:11
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Over a dozen of religious organizations in Rutland County came together to help out their…
04.29 / 23:10
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The statehouse lawn in Montpelier was filled with crowds chanting, singing, and speaking out about climate…
04.29 / 23:10
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Sugaring has wrapped up here in Vermont and St. Albans is honoring the season's first major…
04.29 / 23:10
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It happened around 12:40 a.m. near the Middlebury Town…
04.29 / 23:10
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To keep unused medication off the streets and out of our drinking water, the University of Vermont Medical Center installed permanent prescription take-back…
04.29 / 23:10
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A day-by-day look at the first 100 days of Donald Trump's…
"It's crazy around here," said Sen. Patrick Leahy,…
Victim, 68, dies on the way to the hospital after his motorcycle went off the road, police…
Vermont utility cites rising costs as basis for…