Corn tortillas made the Mexican way

Corn tortillas made the Mexican way

Last month, April Moulaert and her husband Azur took a leap of faith. The two scientists made a career change by opening the Vermont Tortilla Company at the Vermont Artisan Village in Shelburne. The couple already have several wholesale accounts, and they open their doors to retail customers every Wednesday afternoon. April Moulaert is excited… Read More »

Notable Neighbors

Notable Neighbors

Zach Harmon has toured the world, playing drums in countries as far afield as India, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam, but in 2015 he and his girlfriend decided to settle in Shelburne. The long-time player of improvised music has already integrated himself into the community and the local music scene. Harmon comes from a family… Read More »

Promoting Health and Safety for New Americans

Promoting Health and Safety for New Americans

For the last twelve years, Andrea Green of Charlotte has been a physician at the Vermont Children’s Hospital, working in outpatient services. As part of her job, Green works with UVM medical students and residents. Although she occasionally teaches a class at the University, her primary work with students is clinical teaching. Another part of… Read More »

Ashley Campbell: using the arts in a multitude of ways

Ashley Campbell: using the arts in a multitude of ways

Ashley Campbell never planned on a career as a restaurant manager, but that’s the job she finds herself in, and she has no regrets. Campbell has a multi-faceted role at Rustic Roots in Shelburne: interviewing, hiring and managing the staff, handling reservations, dealing with special events, tracking inventory, ordering beverages, and working as a hostess… Read More »

Richard’s Ride: Honoring the memory of Richard Tom

Richard’s Ride: Honoring the memory of Richard Tom

Last April, cyclist Richard Tom’s life was tragically cut short when his bicycle was struck by a speeding car. Determined that the work the Hinesburg resident had done to promote bicycling would not end with his death, friends and colleagues created the non-profit Richard Tom Foundation (RTF). The Foundation’s mission is to “enhance the health… Read More »