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Summer Series Part One: Stowe, Vermont

The Stoweflake Resort and Spa. Photo Courtesy of Stoweflake
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Summer Vacations in Stowe, Vermont Spas, Balloons and Great Food in the Green Mountains Keeping in theme with the severe summer weather bringing days filled with rain to Vermont from time to time, I found myself indulging in yet another one of the regional hidden gems. The place is Stowe, VT; though it may look [...]

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Vertical Drops, Scenic Views & Grand Adventures! (Vermont Blog)

The Pump House Waterpark in Jay, Vermont. Photo by Chrissy Lefavour
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Getting Wet and Much More in Jay, Vermont A Great Vacation in the Green Mountains The month of May brought much more than just flowers to Vermont this year. Severe weather precedes summer with freezing temperatures, high winds and spectacular storms, but it also brings plenty of sunshine and warm weather to jumpstart summer. Vermont [...]

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Spring and the Central VT Lifestyle

Breakfast Carbonara. Photo by Christine Lefavour
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The Central VT Lifestyle A Change of Seasons, a Green Thumb and Breakfast Carbonara With the onset of April comes thoughts of spring, Easter, fresh blooms and hopefully, sunshine. The record breaking heat wave we endured in Vermont this month turned out to be exactly the type of madness I needed. A green thumb has [...]

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The Magic Hat Mardi Gras Celebration (Burlington Blog)

Burlington Mardi Gras Parade. Photo Courtesy of Drink With The Wench
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The Magic Hat Mardi Gras Celebration Burlington Gets Ready for Mardi Gras With the onset of the Mardi Gras season that follows Fat Tuesday, I found myself in the undereducated category as far as the party is concerned. While Burlington has an infamous reputation for hosting a raucous and rowdy Mardi Gras parade each year, [...]

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The Rainy Season in February: Burlington Blog

Cinnybuns. Photo by Chrissy Lefavour
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The Rainy Season in February: Burlington Blog The Super Bowl, The Grammy’s, Ron Paul and Cinnamon Rolls With all the rain this season I have found that mid-February lag to be amplified to the nth degree. Jet lag is usually something we can recover from in 24 hours, as long as you get a little [...]

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Where To Turn The Dial… The Spirit of Radio in VT (Burlington Blog)

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Where To Turn The Dial… (Burlington Blog) Variety on Burlington’s Top Radio Stations The winter is the season that I find myself most grateful for those sunny, clear days that invite a long drive with shades on and music blaring. Usually it’s a drive to the mountain, but no matter what, every time I take [...]

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A New Year Full of Old Classics (Burlington Blog)

Lake Champlain Chocolates Peanut Butter Cup Truffles
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Vermont Chocolate, Maple Syrup and Yes, Beer Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth in Vermont: A New Year Full of Old Classics The New Year means many things to spirits and lives around the world. There are some parts of winter in Vermont that remain the same, year after year, and that is why we call the [...]

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On a Winter’s Night in Burlington: Reviews of Toscano Café and Cork Wine Bar (Burlington Blog)

Cork Wine Bar and Market
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Toscano Café and Cork Wine Bar: Two Burlington Restaurants Worth a Visit Reviews of Toscano Café and Cork Wine Bar As the holiday season is the time for eating, drinking and being merry, I am glad to announce that I have been actively engaging in all three. To begin, I met a friend for dinner [...]

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A Few Big Kickers… (Burlington Blog, Nov 16, 2011)

Mt. Ellen at Sugarbush. Photo by Chrissy Lefavour
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The Big Kicker at Sugarbush Resort and Mad River Glen The Big Kicker Kicks Off Ski Season in Vermont With the mild weather threatening to retreat any day now, the “end” of Occupy Burlington coincides with the halt of other national upheavals. Protestors in NYC and Oakland have also been asked to step down and [...]

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Restlessness Occupies Burlington

Occupy Burlington. Photo Courtesy VPR
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Restlessness Occupies Burlington Occupy Vermont Spreads Across the State. As occupations persist around the country, Occupy Burlington has caused quite a stir in the Green Mountain State. I stopped by the bank yesterday only to see a clustering of tents in City Hall Park yesterday. The movement began as a response to the rally in [...]

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