Mar 17 — Apr 6

VIDEO: Peter Galbraith Announces Run for VT Governor

VIDEO: Peter Galbraith Announces Run for VT Governor

Peter Galbraith announced his candidacy for Governor of Vermont in Montpelier, VT on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at the Vermont State House. Galbraith in his announcement spoke about his vision for the state of Vermont. View at https://vimeopro.com/vtvt/vip/video/160045728 or click on image below to view video- https://vimeopro.com/vtvt/vip/video/160045728 Share this:

VIDEO: Under The Golden Dome 2016 Week 11

VIDEO: Under The Golden Dome 2016 Week 11

Eleventh week of the 2016 Vermont legislative session March 23, 2016. State House Info. — Exhibit showing correspondence sent by Civil War historian Shelby Foote to Howard Coffin. Interview segments with Vermont Auditor of Accounts Doug Hoffer, Rep. Topper McFaun, Rep. Butch Shaw, Sen. Bill Doyle, Rep. Helen Head, Rep. Tom Stevens, Rep. Bill Botzow. […]

Poet Major Jackson To Speak At MHS

Poet Major Jackson To Speak At MHS

MONTPELIER — Poet Major Jackson visiting Montpelier High School today, Wednesday, March 23. According to Poetryfoundation.org, “Major Jackson’s books of poems are Holding Company (2010, Norton) and Hoops (2006, Norton), both finalists for an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature-Poetry, and Leaving Saturn (2002, University of Georgia Press), which was awarded the Cave Canem Poetry Prize for a first book of poems and was […]

VIDEO: Chat With Nat Episode 10: Nat Chats with Loyce Maturu of Zimbabwe

VIDEO: Chat With Nat Episode 10: Nat Chats with Loyce Maturu of Zimbabwe

This video is a new Chat with Nat YouTube show. The host is Nat Frothingham, publisher of The Bridge newspaper in Montpelier, Vermont, talking to 24-year-old Loyce Maturu of Zimbabwe. Loyce is on a U.S. media tour speaking out on behalf of The Global Fund, an organization with a mission to prevent HIV AIDS, tuberculosis […]

A Quest to be Healthy and Love it

A Quest to be Healthy and Love it

by Carla Occaso How can you be healthy and love it? I’ll tell you when I find out. But in recent weeks I spent some time going around to a couple of indoor fitness facilities as well as checking out some of our outdoor recreation attractions. And, though I haven’t yet found something that sticks […]

HEARD ON THE STREET: 3.17.16

T.W. Art Gallery Upcoming Classes, Vacation and Summer Art Camps MONTPELIER — Spring Art Classes, April Vacation Art Camp and Summer Art Camps are being offered at the T. W. Wood Gallery. Spring art class sessions include a four-week introduction to acrylics lead by Jack Sabon, a six-week children’s afters-chool art class lead by Barbara […]

NATURE WATCH: Drip, Drip; Life Emerges

NATURE WATCH: Drip, Drip; Life Emerges

by Nona Estrin Drip! drip! drip! It’s either sap or rain, and what a change from one to the other. We’ve just had the weekend of our dreams with sap runs and sun, and here comes a week of rain and cloud, perhaps even snow! Still, a walk along the edge of our neighbor’s beaver […]

City To Flush Out Sewage Overflow Issues

DPW Director McArdle: Cost Implications a ‘Serious Concern’ by Carla Occaso MONTPELIER — The way things are designed in Montpelier, when it rains too much too quickly, underground pipes divert excess raw sewage along with storm water into certain points of the North Branch and Winooski rivers. The Agency of Natural Resources is seeking to […]

Cancer Survivor Event

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Cancer Survivor Network will host a daylong event focused on community education around complementary and integrative medicine in cancer care and survivorship. The event, co-sponsored by The National Life Cancer Center and Healing Arts and writing will take place April 2 at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier. The […]

OPINION: Exercise Should Be Fun, Not Enslaving

by Hannah Eschelbach Being ‘healthy’ is such a relative term that it doesn’t even seem to have a meaning. A definition on Medical News Today, an online resource, states, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” But what exactly is the barometer […]