Charlotte’s Machavern has podium finish at Road Atlanta

Charlotte’s Machavern has podium finish at Road Atlanta

There’s always a deep, competitive field at a U.S. Majors race and Road Atlanta was no exception. Charlotter Dillon Machavern put the #24 Heritage Motorsports Spec Miata on the pole for both rounds of the weekend. Missing the test day to keep up with his college workload, Machavern went right to work in the Panic Motorsports prepared,… Read More »

Covering the Field: Introducing Carolyn Snell

Covering the Field: Introducing Carolyn Snell

Rice Memorial High School head girls basketball coach Tim Rice uses his pet nickname “Super Snell,” when first asked to describe Carolyn Snell, his standout senior forward of four years. Other accolades include, “Carolyn is perhaps the best offensive rebounder Rice has ever had. She has played in four final four games for Rice. She… Read More »

Rick Norcross plays solo gig at Good Times Café

Rick Norcross plays solo gig at Good Times Café

Rick Norcross of Rick and the All-Star Ramblers, a Burlington based Western Swing Band, will perform a rare solo show on Saturday night, April 4 at 8:30pm at Good Times Café in Hinesburg. Norcross suggests stopping in early for a great meal before the show and promises some rarely heard tunes and some old favorites… Read More »

“Grease” star Moran comes home and gives back

by Lettie Stratton No matter your age, you probably know “Grease,” the 1987 musical film about two high school lovers played by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. And chances are you know the words to most of the film’s soundtrack. But what you might not know is that Shelburne resident Sean Moran was part of… Read More »

ArtsRiot hosts Art of Giving April 9, fundraiser benefits Vt. Children’s Trust Foundation

The Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation will host Art of Giving, an annual art fundraising event, on Thursday, April 9 from 6:30-9:30pm at ArtsRiot on Pine Street in Burlington’s South End. Over 20 local artists, including Ethan Bond-Watts, Lisa Kent, Debba Pierce, Kim Senior, and Jay Volger will show paintings, photography, sculpture, glass, and more. Art will be… Read More »

Social Band celebrates spring with choral concerts

Inspired and invigorated by the coming of spring, Social Band, Burlington’s lively band of choristers, sings of journeys, both literal and figurative, that change us along the way. As always, Social Band brings its characteristic “joie de vivre” to this program, combining powerful singing, food for thought, and their collective sparkling personality. Join them for… Read More »

Shelburne Craft School hosts “The Wonders of Wood,” opening reception Thursday, April 9, 5-7pm

Shelburne Craft School hosts “The Wonders of Wood,”  opening reception Thursday, April 9, 5-7pm

The Shelburne Craft School (SCS) recently announced its spring showcase, “The Wonders of Wood,” featuring handmade objects from the school’s woodworking program. The exhibit will be on display from April 9 to May 29. An opening reception with the artists will take place Thursday, April 9 from 5-7pm. Given that the school’s founder, Reverend J.… Read More »

Obituaries

J. Michael Baker III  – Rutland Joseph Michael Baker III, 46, of Rutland died unexpectedly on March 25, 2015, in Rutland Regional Medical Center. He was born in Rutland, July 1, 1968, son of Martha Gardner Baker and Joseph Michael Baker Jr. Michael was a 1986 graduate of Mount Saint Joseph Acadaemy and a 1991… Read More »