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Members of Studio Two, a Beatles tribute band, perform Thursday evening at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland for the Parent Child Center of Rutland County’s annual fundraiser. A joyful crowd danced to The Beatles early hits from the Pre-Sgt. Pepper era.

Dark storm clouds, warning of an impending thunderstorm, rise above Brandon’s Civil War Monument on Monday afternoon. The band of storms gave much of Vermont a dousing rain. More rain is in the forecast this week. Check out the Eye on the Sky on A2 today.

The Taconic Mountains Ramble Park was the vision of Carson “Kit” Davidson who passed away in 2016. The park has numerous trails for hikers of all abilities. The Japanese garden is accessed by a steep, hilly trail, but well worth the walk.

Hundreds of cyclists head down Langdon Street in Montpelier on Saturday during the annual Muddy Onion gravel ride presented by Onion River Outdoors. More than 550 riders participated in this year’s event which takes participants on a hilly tour of the back roads of central Vermont.

A Cedar waxwing perches on a branch Thursday along the Kingsbury Branch in Calais. Cedar waxwings are social birds that form large flocks and often nest in loose clusters of a dozen or so nests. During courtship, males often pass a small item like an insect, a berry or a flower petal to the female.

Corey Mack, of Londonderry, picks up a bag lunch Wednesday outside the State House in Montpelier. Vermonters calling for Universal School Meals for the state’s students joined with Hunger Free Vermont, supporters and community partners for a Lunch on the Lawn to encourage lawmakers to push S…

Artist Jason Bemis, of Rutland, does some touchup work Friday morning on a Tree of Life mural that he created in the window of Triumph Studio on Merchants Row in Rutland City. The studio specializes in barre, Pilates and yoga classes.