Vermont’s New Distillery

Vermont – especially over the last decade-and-a-half – has significantly grown its amount of local licensed distilleries.  In fact, according to a recent article by Rebecca Sheir, 15 years ago there were only 3 and now there are approximately 25! So when new distilleries open up it might not be so exciting without an edge.  […]

Vermont: Town Meeting Day

Earlier this month there was a Town Meeting Day in Vermont to elect local officials and determine ballot questions.  Herewith a brief review. With Mayor Tom Lauzon stepping down, Barre chose Lucas Herring as new Mayor of the city.  Anne Watson in Montpelier ran unopposed. Bert Johnson, a Professor of Political Science at Middlebury College […]

Vermont Entertainment Made Easy

There are a lot of fun new things happening in Vermont.  In this article we touch on three of them:  Brewery App, art activities and theatrical production of a Beatles tale. A new mobile app (that has already been brought to Massachusetts and New York successfully) has just been launched by the Vermont Brewers Association.  […]

VCFA: From Art to Crime Solving

A podcast created by Vermont College of Fine Arts (VCFA) has just been launched.  Containing interviews with alumni, current students, faculty, and visiting artists, it will provide an avenue for the VCFA to bring artists to campus through its various programs. According to Thomas Christopher Greene, President of VCFA, the project provides a way for […]