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RUTLAND |  Among the most traveled of Vermont writers are Pat Goudey O’Brien and Lisa Halvorsen. more

The Vermont Eagle

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HAGUE | Although details are a bit sketchy, it’s known that an artist and writers club from New York City called Pen and Brush escaped the summer heat by coming to Hague, where a member had donated a house for a retreat. more

The Sun

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GLENS FALLS | When Seneca Ray Stoddard took photographs in the Adirondacks, the process was more thought-out than to simply point and shoot. more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | Isabel Wilkerson, author of the bestselling “The Warmth of Other Suns” and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, will deliver the 2018 Middlebury College Commencement address on Sunday, May 27. more

The Vermont Eagle

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SCHROON LAKE | Schroon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tammy Whitty-Brown has resigned due to health concerns. more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | “For people allergic to wool, one’s heart can only bleed.” - Elizabeth Zimmermann more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND | In 1958, Nigerian author Chinua Achebe wrote “Things Fall Apart”,  the award-winning ethnic novel of societal change in pre- and post-colonial Africa. more

The Vermont Eagle

PLATTSBURGH | Over the years, lawyers Mark Schneider and Drew Palcsik have gotten calls about all sorts of things. more

The Sun

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CHAMPLAIN | Garret K. Woodward has traveled a long road since he left Rouses Point, his sleepy hometown along the Canadian border. more

The Sun

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ESSEX | The Magic of Christmas filled the entire Belden Noble Memorial Library with bundled up kids. more

The Sun

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ORWELL | Ironically, little has been written in-depth about one of Addison County’s most unusual places of history. more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN | “He was the best teacher I had in my whole life,” Dr. Herbert Savel said of the man who taught him to hold a straight gouge or bent blade and pull life portraits from a block of wood. more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | Author Shaundra Bartlett Lerman’s beloved little squirrel, Peaches, is looking forward to Christmas. more

The Vermont Eagle

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TICONDEROGA | Author Shaundra Bartlett Lerman’s beloved little squirrel, Peaches, is looking forward to Christmas. more

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MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury resident  John Clagett died in 2013 but he is still remembered as one of Vermont’s most highly decorated U.S. Navy veterans. more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | McDonald’s in Middlebury may not sound like a restaurant Ernest Hemingway or Ezra Pound would have appreciated, but the fast-food hamburger haven doesn’t seem to bother unpretentious author, poet and playwright Stanford Pritchard. more

The Vermont Eagle

RUTLAND | Vermont author Michael A. Lange will visit Rutland on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 6:30 p.m., to discuss his new book,  “Meanings of Maple.” more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND | Phoenix Books Shop in downtown Rutland will host mystery writer Archer Mayor for a book talk and signing on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m. more

The Vermont Eagle

RAY BROOK | Just two years after a pair of convicted killers broke out of Clinton Correctional in a sophisticated escape plot, interest in the caper is surging. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | Author Joseph Bruchac is coming to Plattsburgh on Aug. 22, bringing with him stories from a culture that dates back to the 1600s. more

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  • Dick Chodkowski of Monroe Street Books with a handful of the 100,000-plus volumes of used books at the Vermont shop. The bookseller said a recent large acquisition of Vermontiana is bringing in new customers.

  • Area residents — and book enthusiasts from afar — browse among volumes offered at a prior year’s semi-annual book sale at the Town of Chester Library. To be held Friday July 17 and Saturday July 18, the library’s summer book sale offers a wide selection, including about 300 cookbooks, books related to the Adirondacks or written by area authors, as well as mountaineering books. Photo provided

  • Dr. Patricia O’Gorman

  • Small Tales Early Learning and Daycare begins to take shape at its River Street location in Warrensburg. Photo provided.

  • Khadeeja Ferguson performs her poem “I Stay Silent,” which took first place in the Juniors category.

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