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Update: The 2014 Sugaring Season

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

A long, cold winter followed by a sudden spring is usually not a good dynamic for sugarmakers.

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Luskin: Will In The 'Ville

William Shakespeare was born 450 years ago right about now. His exact birthdate is unknown, but his baptism was recorded on April 26, 1564. Shakespeare left neither letters nor diaries, and only eighteen

Radtke: All Mixed Up

I just love hearing the music of unfamiliar languages. On the Megabus to Manhattan recently, my seatmate was singing in Russian to her baby, and behind me two students were chattering away in Japanese.

Slayton: Vermont Buildings

People tell stories – and so do buildings. All you have to do is go to other places in this country where proliferating highways, shopping malls and strip development have leached away the distinctiveness

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