A mysterious, 109-year-old panoramic photograph was recently unearthed from the attic of Hanley’s General Store in Jeffersonville and Doug Gray is hoping to get some help in tracking down its origins.
After filming in Stowe in the depths of last winter, the reality TV channel Bravo spinoff series “Winter House” has aired its first few episodes, showing stars from two of its other franchises drinking and playing hard in the resort town.
In 1988, most students at Springfield College in Massachusetts packed up their belongings to return home for the summer. Required to stay for freshman camp, Karen Keene and her close-knit friends roamed the school. Campus was quiet, residence halls deserted, and the remaining students grew restless for summer just days away.
The Alchemist Brewery in Stowe has incorporated a bit of cutting-edge technology that allows the brewery to recapture the carbon dioxide created during the brewing process and use the gas to carbonate its beers.
Two years ago, Vermont got rid of a holiday named after a white man who “discovered” America and replaced it with a holiday honoring the people who were here first.
As the air cools and the leaves turn, the balance to be achieved at the dinner table, according to Chef Michael Kloeti, is in leaning to the comfort the season demands while making the most of what the harvest season offers.
When John Fusco first met Sarah Morrow, one of the world’s foremost trombonists, she was vetting him as he approached Dr. John on a flight from the Burlington airport.
Motorists driving on Route 100 just south of Stowe on a misty autumn mornings may find themselves doing a double take. Is that bigfoot looming just off the side of the road?
There’s a tendency to call someone a “longtime” this or a “longtime” that, but when you crack the century mark, you leave the young ones in the dust. Ed Billings, who turns 100 on Sept. 15, didn’t move to Stowe until he was about 30 years old, but we dare say 70 years in town is a good, long time.
The British Invasion returns to Stowe Friday through Sunday, Sept. 10-12, for a weekend celebration of all things British. The event attracts 550-650 British cars from Canada and the eastern United States.
There’s a foundation to the sound of Main Street in Stowe on Thursday evenings — laughter from kids at the ice cream shop; clinking of pints at an outside table of a watering hole; a diesel pickup truck driving by.
Growing up on the West Side of Chicago in the late 1990s, Arshay Cooper had to walk like he was on a chessboard, past the turfs of no fewer than a dozen gangs on his way to Manley High School.