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Vermont Arts

Donna the Buffalo: ‘Americana’s answer to the Grateful Dead’

Called “Americana’s answer to the Grateful Dead” by the Americana Music Show, Donna the Buffalo brings its renowned live show to the Chandl… Read more

Allen Lee delivers more than hope in new CD

What projects do you take on when you’ve received a life-threatening medical diagnosis? If you’re a musician, as in the case of Allen Churc… Read more

Franz Joseph Haydn: Paul Orgel explores the piano music of Mozart’s friend and mentor

If it weren’t for Mozart, Franz Joseph Haydn would be the most famous composer of the Classical era. And yet, Haydn and Mozart were friends… Read more

Sabataso on film: ‘Widows’ is much more than an a female heist film

“Widows” isn’t your run-of-the-mill heist film. Director Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) subverts the genre with a smart, tightly plotte… Read more

‘Burmese Panther’: Paul Asbell returns to his jazz band days

After three excellent solo acoustic guitar albums, Burlington guitarist Paul Asbell has brought together some of Vermont’s best jazz musicians for an album of original material. “Burmese Panther,” an odd title for sure, is a return to the Asbell who performed with the electric jazz group Kilimanjaro, and The Unknown Blues Band with Big Joe Burrell. Read more

Vermont Visual Arts

Comprehensive listings of public art exhibits, galleries and museums throughout the region. Read more

Central Vermont Arts Preview

Previewing upcoming arts and entertainment events throughout the region. Read more

‘The Intrepid Couple’: Vermont’s Clemmons family brings Africa home

In 1983, walking down a street in Nairobi, Kenya, Lydia and Jack Clemmons were drawn to a group gathered around a local vendor. The woman a… Read more

Why does art cost so much?

How much is too much to pay for a 500-year-old painting by Leonardo da Vinci? How about nearly half a billion dollars? Does that sound cred… Read more

Stratton WinterWonderGrass: Much more on the mountain than skiing

In a way, the WinterWonderGrass Festival is coming home. The three day music festival runs on Friday-Sunday, Dec.14-16 at Stratton Mountain, packed with a variety of bands, craft brews, a kids zone, “Grass after Dark” late night shows, and an afternoon jam session where patrons are welcome to bring an instrument. Read more

VSO Holiday Pops: Joyful tradition with a dash of holiday spice

For the first time in memory, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra Holiday Pops programs won’t close with an audience sing-along — but don’t worr… Read more

Rutland Region Arts Preview

Previewing upcoming arts and entertainment events throughout the region. Read more

The Family Room: It’s time for voices to proclaim the joy of the holidays

This weekend features two unique concerts nearby with local talent. Read more

Music Review: Grace Church refreshes Handel's 'Messiah'

Sunday’s capacity audience at Grace Church’s “Messiah” performance Sunday afternoon enjoyed an unexpected pleasure, the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Read more

Piff the Magic Dragon? It’s magic

Think Larry David’s cranky-honest sarcastic humor taken to another level. Piff the Magic Dragon is a 30-something-year-old comedian/magicia… Read more

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