Five Questions With…Vermont sound engineer Dan Richardson, who combines what he loves with the work he does.
For 15 years and counting, Swale has been one of Vermont’s most important bands, and the reasons why are innumerable.
Brattleboro, Vermont, luthier Douglas Cox crafts internationally recognized violins from the woods of Vermont.
Burlington’s Threes noise jazz trio channels their frustrations to the new political order by making music of controlled chaos.
Wagatha’s tail-waggingly delicious dog biscuits are Vermont-made, GMO-Free, and USDA-certified organic.
Jesse Kreitzer is dedicated to truthful storytelling, a focus driven by his relationship to family history and the land.
At Scout & Co., Andrew Burke creates ice creams that defy convention, thanks to his unusual blends of herbs, fruits, and more.
The Southern Vermont Dance Festival returns to Brattleboro, Vermont for its 5th year under the direction of Brenda Lynn Siegel.
At Cold Hollow Sculpture Park, Vermont videographer Molly Davies will help people learn how to really see.
Marcus Ratliff uses the pieces of his previous four decades on Madison Avenue to create new art in his Vermont studio.