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Springtime Carnivore brings color to Flynn

Anna Gibson

March 26

Filed under Arts, Reviews

All bands have to start somewhere, and touring with a well-known group can often mark a turning point in a musician’s career. This may very well be the case of singer-songwriter Greta Morgan, aka Springtime Carnivore, who...

‘Moonlight’ in wrong spotlight

Kim Henry

March 9

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Here is my official Top Four  Favorite Things About “Moonlight” list. One: The opening scene, in which a suave Mahershala Ali playing the drug dealer, Juan, cruises through his poor, black Miami neighborhood, with a crow...

Horror movie examines race in U.S.

Staff Report

March 9

Filed under Arts, Reviews

The most thrilling cinematic experience to hit American theaters in recent years is out now, and everyone should go see it.   No, this experience did not come from a recent Oscar-winning flick; it was delivered in th...

Students capture play’s essence

Nieva Schemm, Staff Writer

March 2

Filed under Arts, Reviews

The mark of a great show is seen not only in the quality of performance, but in complete unapology for pushing boundaries and forcing viewers out of their comfort zone. The UVM theatre department stunned and wooed the audience during...

Series return is fortunate event

Kim Henry, Staff Writer

February 3

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Netflix is gaining ground in its steady lumber toward media domination with the release of its adaptation of the hit children’s saga, “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” The show follows the story of three orphans as they tumble throu...

R&B artist delivers female power on her first album

Healy Fallon, Senior Staff Writer

February 2

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Making music is the most effective outlet for personal expression, and a single lyric or melody often reveals a vivid profile of the artist themselves. With the recent release of her new album, titled “SweetSexySavage ” Jan...

Local Burlington author to release her debut novel

Bridget Higdon

January 21

Filed under Arts, Reviews

For many writers, inspiration is in the air all around them. This is certainly true for one local author whose world travels and diverse studies influenced her debut novel. Katherine Arden will be hosting a book talk about he...

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