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Stuck in Vermont Screening for Skin Cancer With Diane Sullivan

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of that, we tagged along with Seven Days art director Diane Sullivan to Four Seasons Dermatology in Colchester for her first-ever skin checkup. One . . .

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Title Episode Number Original Airdate
Screening for Skin Cancer With Di [575]
Screening for Skin Cancer With Diane Sullivan

May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of that, we tagged along with Seven Days art director Diane Sullivan to Four Seasons Dermatology in Colchester for her first-ever skin checkup. One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin...Watch now »

251 Monday, May 13, 2019
Good Citizen Challenge [571]
Good Citizen Challenge

Youth from around the state participated in the first-ever Good Citizen Challenge last year. Students in grades K-12 completed a variety of civic-themed activities, such as visiting historic sites, drawing portraits of American patriots and doing good deeds like picking up litter. The challenge...Watch now »

247 Monday, April 29, 2019
Pleasant Ranch [574]
Building Birdhouses With Steve Hadeka of Pleasant Ranch

Steve Hadeka has always had a thing for working with wood and, in 2012, he built his first midcentury modern birdhouse and started his business, Pleasant Ranch. A few years later, Steve began selling his wooden creations at the BCA Artist Market: cutting boards, plant holders, bottle openers...Watch now »

250 Monday, April 29, 2019
Meet the Raptors of Outreach for Earth Stewardship [570]
Meet the Raptors of Outreach for Earth Stewardship

Across the state last weekend, visitors flocked to sugar shacks to celebrate Maple Open House Weekend. Flocks of families traveled to Shelburne Farms to taste the sweet syrup — and also to meet birds of prey. Young and old alike marveled at the chance to get close to a red-tailed hawk, a barred...Watch now »

246 Monday, April 22, 2019
Prom Dress Benefit [573]
Prom Dress

Plato’s Closet is a family-run used clothing store in Williston — and recently, co-owner Roberta Hipes has been organizing charity events to give back to the community. The latest venture was a Saturday prom dress benefit for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta, a camp for kids who have or have had cancer. The event...Watch now »

249 Monday, April 22, 2019
The Maple Guild [572]
The Maple Guild

The maple syrup business in Vermont is booming as a result of increased production and investments from out-of-state firms. Sweet Tree Holdings, the largest single-source maple operation in the world, was formed in 2013. Owned by Montréal-based Fiera Comox, Sweet Tree produces value-added maple...Watch now »

248 Monday, April 15, 2019
Lily's Gymkhana Ice Time Trials [569]
Lily's Gymkhana Ice Time Trials

In 2016, Lily Stilwell of Fayston was paralyzed from the chest down when she was 19-years-old. Lily has adapted to life in a wheelchair but she remains fiercely independent, driving herself to work every week using hand controls in her car. We first met Lily three years ago when she was learning...Watch now »

245 Monday, March 25, 2019
Johnny Swing [566]
Johnny Swing

The Barnstormers gathered at Shelburne Museum last Saturday to celebrate the current exhibit, Johnny Swing: Design Sense, with a glittering party. Guests mingled and lounged on slinky chairs made of hundreds of coins welded together. A few weeks ago we visited Johnny’s studio in Brookline to get...Watch now »

244 Monday, February 25, 2019
Vietnamese New Year [564]
Vietnamese New Year

A few hundred members of the Vietnamese community gathered at St. John Vianney Catholic Church in South Burlington on Saturday afternoon to celebrate the Lunar New Year. There was a feast, lucky money was handed out to children and students from the Vermont Vietnamese language school performed...Watch now »

243 Monday, February 18, 2019
Scrag Mountain Music [563]
Scrag Mountain Music

Scrag Mountain Music has been bringing chamber music to their community since 2010. They play in churches, barns and sometimes, grocery stores. They encourage music lovers to "come as you are" and "pay what you can." We caught up with them during a pop up concert of early music at Healthy Living...Watch now »

242 Monday, January 28, 2019
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