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Bohjalian back in Burlington

Caroline Shea

January 27, 2016

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Last Thursday a bestselling author and Vermonter returned to his home state. On Jan. 21, Chris Bohjalian gave a reading and answered questions about his new novel, "The Guest Room," at the Fletcher Free Library.  Despite h...

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Funk band boils up Burly

January 26, 2016

‘Spotlight’ displays hard journalism at its greatest

Colin Kamphuis

December 9, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

The new journalist-centric film “Spotlight” deftly handles the stomach-turning story of the Boston Globe’s uncovering of the Catholic Church’s protection of pedophile-priests. The story focuses on the newspaper...

<p>White Fang Album Review</p>

White Fang Album Review

November 19, 2015

Rock the Kasbah Review

Rock the Kasbah Review

November 19, 2015

<p>Underachievers review </p>

Underachievers review 

November 16, 2015

The US and Soviets team up in a new spy movie

Colin Kamphuis

November 6, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

In “Bridge of Spies,” James Donovan (Hanks) is an insurance lawyer charged to defend captured Soviet spy Rudoph Abel. Despite the clamoring of the entire United States to see him sentenced to death in a kangaroo court, Dono...

Modest Mouse Hits Burlington

Autumn Benjamin

October 28, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Burlington finally got its much needed indie-rock fix when hundreds of fans gathered at the Memorial Auditorium for the sold out Modest Mouse concert Oct. 19. With a diverse fan base of old and young, the energy of the crowd was calm, yet excitement ruled the air. Isaac Brock, lead vocalist of ...

He Named Me Malala Review

Colin Kamphuis

October 28, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

From distinguished director Phillip Davis Guggenheim comes the film “He Named Me Malala,” the story of a young Pakistani girl attacked by Taliban fighters for seeking an education.   The documentary details the life and family of Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teenager and Nobe...

Interview with the pied piper of church street

Catie Owen

October 25, 2015

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Tourists and Burlington residents alike stop on Church Street and stare in wonder at the “one-man band with accoutrements.” There is almost no way to categorize street performer M. “Tree” Sampson. “I first thought he was very stran...