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Biographies of the women who worked for voting rights, known as suffragists or suffragettes, mention Laura J. Moore of Barnet when they consider Vermont. Little known today, Miss Moore was born in 1836. When she was still a teen, in 1854, she and her mother and her married sister Emily were … Read more

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Based in Jackson, Wyoming, canceled plans to visit family in New England this summer, and the tendency to say, “Hey, I can do that,” coincided to create a perfect window to give bikepacking a try. I originally wrote this article for our local bike shop in Jackson Hole - a trade for some gear… Read more

StJ Art on the Street is presenting its Autumn Exhibition, a celebration of the arts and artists who live in the Northeast Kingdom. The public art project includes exhibits in downtown windows and at Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild, Whirligig Brewing and Cosmic Cup. Read more

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Even with sunglasses, I had to squint as I skied out of the woods into the blinding whiteness of what seemed like tundra. Stunted Black Spruce trees poked up from the snow and in between, I could see tufts of shrubs nearly buried. Otherwise, the surface was flat across to where real trees gr… Read more

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Karmê Chöling, a Buddhist retreat center, nestles in a restored farmhouse in the foothills of the Green Mountains on an expanse of rolling meadows. Frequently, passersby glimpse white, peaked event tents. Tibetan prayer flags punctuate Patneaude Lane. A rich red-paneled, side-lighted door wi… Read more

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