March 1–March 14

Demystifying Macbeth with the Plainfield Little Theatre

Demystifying Macbeth with the Plainfield Little Theatre

Starting March 15th, the Plainfield Little Theatre presents the tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare at the Plainfield Town Hall Opera House. Director Tom Blachly has a long history with Shakespeare, first as a young actor performing the role of Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, in a school production directed by Bill Blachly, Tom’s […]

Shockwave Art Show Celebrates Neurodiversity at Studio Place Arts

Shockwave Art Show Celebrates Neurodiversity at Studio Place Arts

  by Sarah Davin The world has a long history of excluding people with physical and intellectual disabilities from appearing in society, rendering them a largely hidden minority. Families sending disabled individuals in institutions to live invisible lives is more recent than we would like to think. Although the treatment of people with disabilities has […]

OPINION: Support the School Budget and Bond

by Jim Murphy – member of Montpelier-Roxbury School Board We urge you to vote for the school budget and bond on Town Meeting Day.  Both are critical to providing an excellent and equitable education for our district’s growing student population. Strong public schools, which have needed upgrades to buildings and public spaces, benefit our city […]

LETTERS: 3.1.18

Letters to the paper are not fact-checked and do not necessarily represent the views of The Bridge.   On Studying Carbon Pricing in Vermont Editor, I was very disappointed when our Republican president of the United States backed by his Republican-dominated Congress chose to abandon the Paris Climate Accord.  What a disgusting abdication of world […]

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