Several women who left high-profile DEI positions are still in Vermont and still earning a living as DEI consultants.
Just a few stones remain of the cabin that was once the home of the Hermit of Bridgewater, Ernest A. Spinney (1888-1962).
From the White House to the Vermont State House, the originality of John’s thought sometimes made him a contrarian in the results-oriented, career-obsessed world of politics.
Recently, Vermont Public ran a fascinating profile on the 79-year-old, highlighting his incredible talent and the rich history of stone carvers that preceded him.
Barber shops may not possess the mass popularity of modern hair styling, but they have not yet gone the way of other Americana, like the drive-in movie theater and A&W.
When Ann heard of the raid she settled her servants in the house and stood outside with an unloaded gun, thinking that the raiders wouldn’t shoot a woman on purpose.
Dan Kiley (1912-2004) pioneered in modernist landscape architecture – including Burlington cathedral
Dan Kiley brought the geometry and formality of European gardens to cityscapes and country retreats around the world.