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BSU fashion show celebrates black culture

BSU fashion show celebrates black culture

February 27, 2018

Decked in sleek jackets and rainbows of silky prints, models twirled hips, did splits and circled ea...

Co-op educates photographers

Co-op educates photographers

February 22, 2018

We may be living in the digital age, but some members of the UVM community are throwing it back to analog ...

UVM Theatre Department Brings Creative Take on Classic Story

UVM Theatre Department Brings Creative Take on Classic Story

February 21, 2018

Ever wondered how Peter Pan came to be? How Tinkerbell got her pixie dust? How Captain Hook became t...

Words and images blend in art

Words and images blend in art

February 15, 2018

Two figures sat on plastic folding chairs. Behind them, a brightly colored image was projected in the dark...

Showing gratitude to a legendary ski filmmaker

Bridget Higdon, Arts Editor

February 14, 2018

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular

I was 6 years old when I took my first ski lesson, and since then, you can always find me doing the snow dance. I was heartily saddened two weeks ago when I read about the death of prolific ski filmmaker Warren Miller.  I grew up watching many of his films with my family every winter. Miller died in his home Jan. 24...

Cartoons and politics fill new exhibit

Cartoons and politics fill new exhibit

Hunter McKenzie, Arts Columnist

February 13, 2018

Filed under Arts, Previews

On the wall is a large drawing of a human form cleaning out a litter box looking directly at the vie...

History faculty talk new publications

History faculty talk new publications

Jean MacBride, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018

Filed under Arts, Arts Regular

Students and faculty mingled around a long wooden table. Some flipped through the pages of freshly pr...

“Phantom Thread” enchants and surprises

Hunter McKenzie, Arts Columnist

February 8, 2018

Filed under Arts, Reviews

Silk, lace, muslin, taffeta, chiffon and satin. In every instant of “Phantom Thread,” fashion pours out of the frame and couture overwhelms the eye with bold elegance. There are sleeves, crisp collars, bow ties, trimming, devilish coats and dress trains trailing behind. Fabric, and the bodies that give it shape en...

Group fights to restore venue

February 7, 2018

“Hope,” is graffitied in large silvery letters against the dull brick and dirty, broken windows o...

Female singer-songwriter visits Burly on a solo tour

Female singer-songwriter visits Burly on a solo tour

Sarah Robinson, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Arts, Previews

It takes real musicianship to set a song apart from other mainstream tunes. Burlington can expec...

Warhol and class re-visited in professor’s new book

Warhol and class re-visited in professor’s new book

Julia Nugent, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018

Filed under Arts, Previews

Museums, some say, is where art goes to die. Hung on white walls and viewed from afar, art can somet...

“Call Me By Your Name” transports audience

January 31, 2018

I am stumbling out of a movie theater, turning a line of dialogue from the film I’ve just seen aroun...

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