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Stuck in Vermont Cavalry Day at the UVM Morgan Horse Farm

The second annual Cavalry Day was held at the University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm in Weybridge on a sunny Saturday. Visitors were treated to living history lessons and drills on horseback . . .

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Queer and Allied Youth Summit  [577]
13th Annual Queer and Allied Youth Summit in Chester

More than 200 students from across the state gathered at Green Mountain Union High School in Chester for Outright Vermont's 13th annual Queer and Allied Youth Summit. Fifty schools and 72 towns were represented by the LGBTQ+ youth, who spent 24 hours doing peer-led workshops, holding a Youth...Watch now »

252 Monday, June 3, 2019
A 'Witch-In' Targets Trump [SIV465]
A 'Witch-In' Targets Trump [SIV465]

10/29/16: A small group of witchy women from Feminists Against Trump—an offshoot of the Vermont Feminist Collaborative—gathered at the top of Church Street on Saturday afternoon in Burlington. Two local college professors organized the event to protest Donald Trump's language about women and to...Watch now »

151 Monday, November 7, 2016
A Decade of Stuck [SIV499]
A Decade of Stucks [SIV499]

7/30/17: For the past 10.5 years, Eva Sollberger has had the pleasure of traveling around the state interviewing Vermonters about what makes our state so unique. This week Eva takes a colorful look back at some of her favorite moments over the last 499 episodes.

Be on the look out in two...Watch now »

184 Monday, August 7, 2017
A Recovery Coach Pays It Forward [581]
A Recovery Coach Pays It Forward

Windham County had the highest number of opioid-related deaths in the state last year: 24 Vermonters died. That's a huge increase from 2013 when three people died there. In 2018, the Brattleboro Police Department responded to 102 overdoses, 11 were fatal. A new initiative called Project CARE (...Watch now »

256 Monday, July 8, 2019
A Room for Lily [SIV536]
A Room for Lily [SIV536]

6/10/18: Friends and family gathered at Lily Stilwell's recently remodeled home in Fayston last Sunday to celebrate her new space. In October of 2016, Lily was severely injured in a car crash when she was just 19-years-old. This accident left her paralyzed from the waist down and her parent's...Watch now »

219 Monday, June 18, 2018
A Sculpture Trail in Rutland [545]
A Rutland Sculpture Trail Celebrates the Area's History [SIV545]

The once-thriving marble industry put Rutland on the map in the late 1800s. The Downtown Rutland Sculpture Trail hopes to celebrate this history with a series of about ten sculptures which will be created over the next 4-5 years. Organized by Rutland Blooms, the works are being carved in marble...Watch now »

227 Monday, August 27, 2018
A Storybook Life [SIV392]
A Storybook Life [SIV392]

3/12/15: John Churchman is not your average farmer. A fine art and stock photographer for decades, John and his family live on a “picture farm” in Essex. Sweet Pea is a bottle lamb who just turned one and has found quite a following on social media. John recently raised enough money on...Watch now »

Monday, March 30, 2015
A Tuba Solo at the VYO Winter Concert [SIV520]
A Tuba Solo at the VYO Winter Concert [SIV520]

1/28/18: A young tuba player took center stage Sunday at the Vermont Youth Orchestra's Winter Concert at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts in Burlington. Malachi Witt shows off the uncommon range and versatility of the giant brass instrument, playing Edward Gregson's Tuba Concerto along...Watch now »

203 Monday, February 5, 2018
A Very Vermont-y "A Christmas Carol" [556]
A Very Vermont-y Version of "A Christmas Carol"

Vermont Youth Theater takes on Dicken's classic holiday tale of "A Christmas Carol" for the third year in a row. Combining professionals and amateurs, this multi-generational cast of 40 includes a few families too. With an original score composed by Artistic Director Mary List-Wheeler, this...Watch now »

235 Monday, December 3, 2018
A Vietnamese Family Polishes the American Dream, Nail by Nail [SIV432]
A Vietnamese Family Polishes the American Dream, Nail by Nail [SIV432]

Jen Trần has owned Allure Salon in South Burlington for a decade. She works with her daughter Ly and her sister Hannah and they have built a following of regulars who visit often to get their nails done. In 2000, Jen immigrated to Vermont from Vietnam with Bình, her youngest son. Six years later...Watch now »

Monday, February 22, 2016
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