The Christian hero of the German resistance to the Nazis would have challenging words for Americans today, says the author of the best-selling biography Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy. Eric Metaxas will speak at a Montpelier banquet Sept. 10 and at a seminar in Williston Sept. 11.
Brandon has recently become Vermont’s “capital” for the revival in interest in silent films by both students and film fans. See Greta Garbo in “Wild Orchids” Saturday, August 7 at 7 pm.
Despite high heat and humidity and ever-present protocols, Bob Beeman of Morristown is enjoying his seventh Olympic games.
A Jewish community group will rally Sunday at 11 am at the Ben & Jerry’s plant on Rte. 100 in Waterbury to protest the company’s July 19 boycotting of ice cream sales in disputed territories in Israel.
Tuesday night’s record crowd at Centennial Field in Burlington shows that local baseball fans are noticing that the Vermont Lake Monsters are playing like, well, champs.
A dairy farmer’s wife, a disgruntled skier, and a patriotic rugby player represent Vermont in the “2020” Tokyo Olympics.
Reporter Aaron Warner asked some direct questions of two women at Saturday’s LGBTQ ‘Pride Parade” in White River Junction. They answered in kind.
Ali Aljarah emigrated to Vermont with his family from Baghdad, Iraq, after anti-U.S. militia targeted his family with bombs.
A university professor scheduled to speak at s Friday night public gathering on CRT was called “an open white supremacist” on Underhill’s Front Porch Forum. Another speaker, organizer of a Jan. 6 bus ride to Washington D.C., was called a ‘traitor.’
Veterans are organizing to maintain war memorials in public parks.