Acoustic Guitar Workshop
Pie For Breakfast
Harry Potter Book Night
Tinmouth Contra Dance
5 Years of Red Clover Jazz Night
Library Book Sale
Castleton University Jazz Ensemble
Puppet Show, Stories, Potluck
POP-UP Art Show Opening Reception
Who Really Discovered Vermont?
Party Local Puerto Rico
FOLLOW MY LEAD
13th annual Soup Bowls for Hunger
Effie Jean in Tahiti
Become a volunteer child advocate!
Short films night
Santa Paws Tales to Tales
The Nocturnal Piano of Chopin
Rotary Week Celebration
Pints for Pets
"Beyond the Pale"
Vermont Actors' Repertory Theatre (ART), the Rutland community theater, is presenting Zoom Play Fests — readings of five to nine short plays in three festivals, in September, November and February.
Let’s start with what “Shrill” isn’t: it isn’t a show about a fat woman taking pratfalls or being a cruel, easy punchline. It’s a confident, gently funny, slice-of-life show that benefits from the streaming model, where niche shows can find an audience, as it explores issues and characters y…
In Silicon Valley, the old adage “fake it ’til you make it” is often a guiding principle of fledgling startup companies. Sometimes, turning a good idea into a viable business and, potentially, revolutionizing society, requires a bit of smoke and mirrors. The danger, of course, is knowing how…
Watching “Arrested Development” is a lot like hanging out with an old friend. No matter how long you’ve been apart, you’re always happy to see them. And, like spending time with an old friend, that pull of nostalgia and shared memories makes it easy to fall into the same old routine. But at …
Growing up reading “X-Men” comic books, I never really considered the psychological toll fighting crime and saving the world would have on the young super-powered characters that often populated the teams. With few exceptions, the books often glossed over how traumatizing all that violence a…
It’s difficult to critique longstanding institutions. Over time, aged bodies like the Catholic Church or Congress become so towering and entrenched that even the sharpest criticisms tend to bounce off them or are waved off by defenders who dismiss them as subjective, petty, facile or ignoran…