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Art Hounds
Art Hounds: Tuneful
Thursday, 03/28/13
Session Americana, a coffeehouse trio and 500 years of guitar.
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VPR Classical Specials
A Musical Feast for Passover with Itzhak Perlman
Monday, 03/25/13
Superstar violinist Itzhak Perlman shares Passover music from many traditions, plus songs and memories from his childhood in Israel. Listen today at 3 pm.
VPR News
Movie Explores War On Drugs
Monday, 03/25/13
A movie with Vermont-ties about America's War on Drugs will be shown this week with a question-and-answer period after. "The House I Live In" was directed, written and produced by Vermonter Eugene Jarecki.
VPR News
Exhibit Features "Andy Warhol's Athletes" At Fleming Museum
Thursday, 03/21/13
By Neal Charnoff
A collection of athlete portraits by pop artist Andy Warhol is currently on display at UVM's Fleming Museum.
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VPR Café
VPR Cafe: Lunch!
Sunday, 03/24/13
Lunch at the General Store.
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Commentaries
Luskin: Some Came By Ship
Monday, 03/25/13
By Deborah Luskin
Deborah Luskin is celebrating Passover this week. And she says the story of Exodus is one demonstration of how many different people have fled their homelands in search of religious and political freedom and economic opportunity in America.
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VPR News
New Hampshire Author's Novel Presents Post-Holocaust Moral Dilemma
Wednesday, 03/20/13
By Charlotte Albright
"The Story Teller" by New Hampshire author Jodi Picoult presents a post-Holocaust moral dilemma. It's about a very old man who befriends a young woman.
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Art Hounds
Art Hounds: D-Generation
Thursday, 03/21/13
Puppets portray human emotion, an artist's abstracts and a band plays dreamy songs.
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VPR News
New Novel Focuses On Life In A Primate Lab
Monday, 03/18/13
By Neal Charnoff
Vermont author Kim MacQueen explores the thin line between humans and apes in her new novel "Out Out". 
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VPR News
Exhibit Profiles Early Organic Farmers
Monday, 03/18/13
By Jane Lindholm
Agricultural writer and editor, Susan Harlow, talks with Vermont Edtion about a new exhibit at the Vermont History Museum that brings to life the stories of some small-scale farmers in the 60s and 70s who were among the first to pioneer organic farming methods.
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VPR News
New Dance Piece At Middlebury College Inspired By Muhammad Ali
Thursday, 03/14/13
By Neal Charnoff
An original work by Middlebury College dance instructor Christal Brown was inspired by the life and legend of Muhammad Ali.
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VPR Café
Creating Community
Sunday, 03/17/13
This week, Sally Pollak talks with Ric Cengeri about the many ways that food is the catalyst for creating community.
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Art Hounds
Art Hounds: Cabaret
Friday, 03/15/13
A 1950s cabaret, a library's 180th and Bread & Puppet.
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VPR News
'Lake People' Explores Fictional New Hampshire Town
Tuesday, 03/12/13
By Mitch Wertlieb
A fictional lake in a cold, remote section of New Hampshire haunts the characters of the new book "Lake People" by Abi Maxwell.
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VPR News
Women's Film Festival Opens In Brattleboro
Thursday, 03/07/13
By Neal Charnoff
Brattleboro's Women's Film Festival will present 26 films at the New England Youth Theatre this weekend. 
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Young Writers
Young Writers Project: Fine Is An Ugly Word
Monday, 03/11/13
Clara Henderson, a freshman at The Sharon Academy, writes about how to stay special.
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VPR Café
Baked Beans At The VPR Cafe
Sunday, 03/10/13
This week on the VPR Cafe, Ric Cengeri talks with free lance writer Melissa Pasanen about the New England Tradition of baked beans - and how we bake them.
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VPR News
Dartmouth Alum Hopes For Icier Weather to Make His Sculpture Crackle
Tuesday, 03/05/13
By Charlotte Albright
There's a new sculpture spending this year on the Dartmouth campus, and it's designed to make noise when it freezes. Icy weather has not been as dependable this year as its creators had expected. So the sculpture may move even farther north next year.
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Saturday Special
True Stories Told Live
Saturday, 03/16/13
Sebastian Junger and Jamaica Kincaid share true stories this week on The Moth Radio Hour.
Art Hounds
Art Hounds: Art Lives On
Thursday, 03/07/13
Bellows Falls Opera House shows fan favorites, a look back at the work of Mark Awodey and Family Day at the Calvin Coolidge Musuem.
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Young Writers
Young Writers Project: Clocks
Monday, 03/04/13
This week's Young Writers Project selection by ninth-grader Lydia Smith takes a surprising look at the limited time we have to spend.
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VPR News
New Children's Book Series Highlights Travel, Skiing and Snowboarding
Thursday, 02/28/13
By Neal Charnoff
A Mad River Valley ski and snowboard enthusiast has written a series of children's travel books.
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VPR News
After The Rodeo Live On Vermont Edition
Wednesday, 02/27/13
By Jane Lindholm
The band, After The Rodeo visits Vermont Edition for a live performance and talk about the group.
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VPR Café
Maple By Any Other Name?
Sunday, 03/03/13
By Ric Cengeri
Maple Sugaring season is fast approaching. On this first episode of the VPR Cafe, Ric talks with Candy Page about what the new international maple grading system means for producers and consumers. She also brings us into Ginger Isham's kitchen in Williston where maple is king.  
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VPR News
Vt. Author Crafts Young Adult Adventure
Tuesday, 02/26/13
By Jane Lindholm
Author, Sarah Stewart Taylor, talks about her book, The Expeditioners and the Treasure of Drowned Man's Canyon, the first in a planned series of Expeditioners books.
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