George Woodard’s new film “The Farm Boy,” a World War II-era story of a young man who drives a milk truck for his father, premieres this month at the Hyde Park Opera House, Saturday, March 25, 6:30 p.m. A matinee follows the next day at 2 p.m.

Stowe has plenty of restaurants to choose from, but good luck finding a place that serves a quarter-pound burger — with or without cheese — for under six bucks as well as one of the biggest breakfast sandwiches in town, whether breakfast time is dawn, dusk or somewhere in between.

In the process of creating her art, the Colombia-born, New York-based Esperanza Cortés transforms banal objects by making them ornate, magnifying the legacy of colonization and the way that it underpins the structures of everyday life.

The halls are decked with pine and garland, guests from across the country are pouring in and the new owners of the Brass Lantern Inn on Maple Street are preparing to celebrate their first Vermont Christmas.

As Jordan Saglio prepared the first shipment of The Morning Movement coffee beans in the Panamanian jungle surrounded by his family and friends, his local business partner, Arturo Venegas, announced that each individual bean needed to be inspected.

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