Thyme is one of my favorite restaurants, and who knew that you can grow grapes and produce wine in frosty Vermont?
I love the community coming together to present 1776. Here is my latest, complete with a sneak peek video made by Dartmouth students.
It’s an extravaganza. Take the kids or just be one yourself. Link is below.
Formerly Tip Top Café, now Thyme, complète with signs.
White River Indie Films continues to bring top-notch films to the Upper Valley. Here is my latest about the upcoming documentary The Uncondemned, and a tribute to Howard Frank Mosher.
Unusual for a one-year old theater company! Founded to bring the African-American experience to the Vermont stage. Here is a link to my story:
Northern Stage has opened its 21st season with A Doll’s House. Here is my latest review from opening night. Get a ticket:
I loved hearing, and writing about, this great news. A grant to support women in regional theater. Brava, Carol Dunne!
Carol Dunne and Northern Stage have made our lives better. Read about her award from the Pussycat Foundation in my latest post. And God bless Helen Gurley Brown.
An afternoon in the Brooklyn of the Upper Valley: what I found, including The Drowsy Chaperone at Northern Stage this weekend. Here is my latest for the DailyUV.