Northern Stage is quietly teaching Shakespeare to your kids. This will warm your heart. Please read and share:
Posted in art, Northern Stage, small town, Theater, vermont |
Tagged A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ashton Heyl, Casey Predovic, Chris Flockton, Dothan Brook, Eric Love, Greensboro VT, Hazen Union, Highland Center for the Arts, Lanni Luce West, Leanne Harple, Macbeth, Mitch Marois, Northern Stage, Shakespeare, Shakespeare in the Schools |
I have been in love with libraries since I was four years old. There are ever more reasons to love them. Here is one. Please read and share. Link is below.
Posted in art, books, History, small town, Travel, vermont |
Tagged American Precision Museum, Bethel Public Library, Billings Farm and Museum, Converse Free Library, Currier Museum of Art, Howe Library, Institute of Contemporary Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Kilton Public Library, Lebanon Library, libraries, Museum of Fine Arts, Norwich Library, Royalton Library, The Fells, Vermont Institute of Natural Science, VINS |
A salute to Enfield Hardware, who is closing its doors later this week. The new chapter is Jake’s Market and Deli, to open in Enfield NH. Take a look and please share!
I had the pleasure of attending the Center for Cartoon Studies commencement this weekend. You can read about it here, and please share:
Posted in art, small town, vermont |
Tagged Cartoons, Commencement, Laura Martin, Margaret Kannenstine, Moss Bastille, Northern Stage, Paul Karasik, Peggy Kannenstine, The Center for Cartoon Studies, White River Junction VT |
My friend and colleague and Upper Valley author, Michele Campbell, is launching a new psychological thriller–a genre called domestic noir. Read about it here and look for a reading at The Norwich Bookstore (reservations recommended) soon.
Posted in art, books, Crime, vermont, writing |
Tagged ArtfulEdge, Hanover NH, Harvard University, It's Always the Husband, Lou's Restaurant, Michele Campbell, Michelle Martinez, Norwich Bookstore |
Arriving at Central Park on a Saturday morning’s walk felt like coming home as I spied the gold of Saint-Gaudens’ statue of General Sherman. Almost like bumping into a neighbor from the UV. Here is what I found of public art there. Link is below. Please read and share!
Posted in art, small town, Travel |
Tagged Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Central Park, General Sherman, Lexington Hotel, Liz Glynn, Open House, Oscar Wilder, Strand Bookstore, Whitney Ballroom, William Tecumseh Sherman |
On the one occasion when my dad was able to visit me here in the Upper Valley, the thing that most impressed him was Dan and Whit’s store in Norwich VT. He talked about it for years afterwards. Here is a story about how they are helping to raise money for local nonprofits.
Posted in small town, vermont |
Tagged 19 days of Norwich, Arts funding, Cameo, Dan and Whit's, Dan Fraser, fundraising, nonprofits, Norwich VT, Round Up, Turning Point, Upper Valley Haven, Willing Hands |