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Vermont Reads: Censorship, Gay Lit And The State's History Of Dissent

Vermont Reads: Censorship, Gay Lit And The State's History Of Dissent

By Mitch Wertlieb , Charlotte Albright and Tom Slayton

All this week, we're discussing Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie. It's this year's pick for the Vermont Humanities Council's Vermont Reads state-wide reading program.

Talking Sanders' Run At The Rutland Farmers Market

Talking Sanders' Run At The Rutland Farmers Market

By Alex Keefe

Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders kicked off his 2016 presidential campaign with a rally in Burlington Tuesday.

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Phil Scott Reflects On The Legislative Session

Phil Scott Reflects On The Legislative Session

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

The recent legislative session ended with a flurry as the budget was approved. During the session a clean water bill was passed, as well as an education bill and an economic development bill.

So Many Books, So Little Time

By Jane Lindholm and Patti Daniels

Long summer days seem to welcome every genre of literature -- from page-turning mysteries, to breezy romances, to classics that feel like old friends. On the next Vermont Edition, it's our summer book show!

The Bernie Sanders Campaign Kicks Off

By Jane Lindholm and Sam Gale Rosen

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially kicks off his campaign to become the Democratic nominee for President with a big event on the Burlington waterfront Tuesday afternoon. Live at noon, we talk to politics watchers about

The State Of The State's Cities And Towns

By Bob Kinzel and Sam Gale Rosen

Steven Jeffrey is outgoing executive director of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns. He's held that position for over thirty years. On his way out, we're talking to him about Vermont's local governments and the issues

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5 Things You Should Know About George Pataki

5 Things You Should Know About George Pataki

George Pataki will announce his presidential candidacy in Exeter, N.H., Thursday morning, the eighth official Republican entrant in the 2016 race for the White House. The field is expected to double over

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Wilkinson: Bees At Work

The blossoms are now abuzz with pollinating bees – and without them, we wouldn’t have much food. That’s a scary thought since honeybees are battling

Lange: Common Sense Speech

In the fall of 1955 I was quarrying stone in the Adirondacks, and feeling pretty tough. One evening, a buddy and I stopped at the Redfield Inn for a couple

Kittredge: Memorial Day

Until 1967 Memorial Day was called “Decoration Day.” The tradition of placing flowers on the graves of lost soldiers is an ancient one dating back

Henningsen: Opening Camp

The ice is only just out in the 30,000 islands of Lake Huron’s Georgian Bay, the world’s largest fresh-water archipelago. The channel markers aren’t

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