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Taibbi To Discuss Wall Street With Bernie Sanders
Thursday, 04/11/13
By Mitch Wertlieb
Journalist Matt Taibbi has delved further than most into the debris left behind the financial meltdown on Wall Street in 2008, and he's not shy about reporting what he's seen.
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Rickey Gard Diamond: Vermont Woman Magazine
Wednesday, 03/20/13
By Rickey Diamond
In observation of Women's History Month, we conclude our series about some of the women who've worked in journalism in Vermont. This morning we hear from Rickey Gard Diamond, who recalls how the magazine, Vermont Woman, got its start.
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Cyndy Bittinger: Malvine Cole
Tuesday, 03/19/13
By Cyndy Bittinger
Malvine Cole was a well known Vermont writer and activist, based in Jamaica and Stratton. At the Community College of Vermont, Cyndy Bittinger often teaches about many of the same issues Malvine addressed
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Candace Page: Ruth Page
Tuesday, 03/19/13
By Candace Page
As she prepares to retire from the Burlington Free Press after 30 years, journalist Candace Page reflects on what she owes her mother and fellow journalist, Ruth Page.
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Christine Smith: Annette Chase Dimock
Monday, 03/18/13
By Christine Smith
In observation of Women's History Month, Christine Smith has the story of writer and lecturer Annette Chase Dimock - who wrote a popular column about rural Vermont agricultural life in the early to mid-1900's under the pen name "Aunt Serena."
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Kathryn Stearns: Frances Parkinson Keyes
Monday, 03/18/13
Kathryn Stearns, whose newspaper career began in Washington, finds a kindred spirit in Frances Parkinson Keyes, who left her home in the Upper Valley to write about the social scene in the nation's capital at a pivotal time for women's rights.
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Spencer Rendahl: Generation Z
Sunday, 03/17/13
By Suzanne Spencer Rendahl
Thanks to social and technological changes, every generation sees the world through fresh eyes. Suzanne Spencer Rendahl examines the unique shifts her children are experiencing as members of so-called Generation Z.
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Labun Jordan: Collective Culture
Wednesday, 03/13/13
By Helen Labun Jordan
Helen Labun Jordan recalls that when she was a kid, everyone had the same short list of radio stations to listen to, and watched the three TV networks, or PBS, in prime time. Now, there are limitless choices - and some people are wondering whether that's the end of shared popular culture.
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Luskin: Towers
Friday, 02/08/13
By Deborah Luskin
For years, Deborah Luskin has been listening to her neighbors complain about the near total lack of cell service in her town; now that there are proposals to bring two towers to Newfane, she's been listening to neighbors complain about what they'll look like.
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Nadworny: Being There
Wednesday, 02/20/13
By Rich Nadworny
Rich Nadworny was always taught that sharing was a good thing. But in today's social media age, he's wondering if there's too much of a good thing.
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McCallum: Steeples
Tuesday, 02/05/13
By Mary McCallum
In winter, Vermonters can see further across the stark landscape, noticing things that are less visible with foliage on the trees. Mary McCallum says it offers a better view of an architectural detail that serves as a beacon to travelers and churchgoers alike.
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VCFA To Offer Graduate Program In Filmmaking
Wednesday, 01/23/13
By Neal Charnoff
Vermont College Of Fine Arts in Montpelier will offer a first-of-it's-kind low-residency MFA program in filmmaking. 
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How To Train A Video Game Designer
Thursday, 01/24/13
By Jane Lindholm
Every time there's a national tragedy involving guns, there often follows a conversation about violence and video games. We talk with professors from Champlain College about how they teach the next generation of video game designers and how they think about the role of violence in games.
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Burlington Residents Want To Buy Burlington Telecom
Monday, 12/17/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A group of concerned residents in Burlington wants to create a co-operative to buy the city's embattled telecommunications utility. The grassroots idea comes as city officials are hoping to settle a federal lawsuit aimed at reclaiming taxpayer money from the municipally-owned Burlington Telecom.
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How A Video Game Addresses Violence Against Women
Tuesday, 12/11/12
By Jane Lindholm
Champlain College student, Mahmoud Jabari, talks about using a computer game to address the problem of violence against women in the Palestinian city of Hebron.
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Midd Professor Wins Smithsonian Award
Monday, 12/10/12
By Jane Lindholm
Anne, Knowles, chair of the Geography Department at Middllebury, talks with Vermont Edition about her recent American Ingenuity Award from the Smithsonian Magazine for using GIS technology to understand historical events.
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Vermont Edition
OK Computer: Vermont's IT Challenges
Wednesday, 12/05/12
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont's court system and Department of Motor Vehicles have spent nearly $20 million on computer systems that do not work. We'll explore why there have been so many failures in the state's efforts to modernize its technology systems.
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Greene: Unplugged
Monday, 12/03/12
By Stephanie Greene
The Climate Change Conference in Qatar - coming as it does in the destructive wake of Hurricane Sandy - has gotten Stephanie Greene thinking about our dependence on electricity.
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Update: The Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Wednesday, 11/28/12
By Jane Lindholm
Norwich University Professor Jeremy Hansen discusses what changes to The Electronic Communications Privacy Act could mean for internet users.
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Final Report Issued For Community Broadband Project
Tuesday, 11/27/12
By Jane Lindholm
The group e-Vermont has wrapped up its work on a community broadband project that helped people in rural towns improve online access, services and digital literacy.
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Newscast: Wednesday, November 21, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
Wednesday, 11/21/12
By Neal Charnoff
Newscast: Wednesday, November 21, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
VPR Specials
IQ2 Debates: Should Drugs Be Legalized?
Friday, 11/23/12
The New York Times calls Intelligence 2 Debates, "A salon for movers and shakers, writers and thinkers."
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VPR Newscast: Monday, November 19, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
Monday, 11/19/12
By Neal Charnoff
VPR Newscast: Monday, November 19, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
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#VTResponse Responds To Sandy Affected Areas
Tuesday, 10/30/12
With Vermont largely unscathed from superstorm Sandy's wrath, a Burlington-based digital clearinghouse for those looking for help is turning its attention to the Eastern Seaboard.
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Nadworny: Hackathon Challenge
Tuesday, 10/30/12
By Rich Nadworny
Recently, Rich Nadworny spent one Saturday afternoon reviewing how much creativity web programmers can squeeze into 24 hours.
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