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The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

The University of Vermont's Independent Voice Since 1883

The Vermont Cynic

UVM research partner faces backlash

UVM research partner faces backlash

Ella Ruehsen, News Editor March 1, 2022

Environmentalists stand in opposition to UVM’s research partner, GlobalFoundries, over perceived attempts to dodge state climate laws, according to an Oct. 27 VTDigger article. The outrage comes in...

Phoenix Books Burlington is located on 191 Bank St. The bookstore cultivated Onion River Press, an independent publisher helping individuals publish their work.

Local publishing company provides alternative to industry giants

Dominic Minadeo, Culture Staff Writer February 4, 2022

Phoenix Books offers publishing opportunities for local authors under one, specific condition; they don’t work with Amazon. Phoenix Books developed Onion River Press to provide an alternative publishing...

Exterior of Nunyuns Bakery, which is located in the Old North End Nov. 17.

Nunyuns brings fresh foods to the North End

Cameron Provorny, Culture Staff Writer November 29, 2021

The smell of fresh-baked sweet breads and brewing coffee wafts across a colorful, open dining space. Nunyuns Bakery sits on the corner of North Champlain Street and North Street in Burlington’s Old...

The Burlington Farmer’s Market occurs every Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from early May until the end of October.

Farmers Market loses vendors, gains student traffic

Cameron Provorny, Culture Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Saturdays in early fall on Pine Street mean busy streets and bustling sidewalks. The Burlington Farmers Market runs every Saturday and began in 1980. Originally located at City Hill Park, the market...

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A look inside Cndypnt’s ‘skater boy chic’

Cyrus Oswald, Culture Staff Writer April 21, 2021

Bright pink letters spelling “Cndypnt” sit cleanly in the middle of a narrow storefront’s single front window. Behind the glass, carefully picked vintage t-shirts, pants and jackets sit on the racks. Cndypnt,...

A sign inside of Shalom Shuk, a thrift store located in a historic barn behind the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue on 188 North Prospect Street, shows shoppers there is a sale Feb. 4. Founded in 1855 the Ohavi Zedek Synagogue is Vt.’s oldest and largest Jewish congregation.

“Hate has no home here:” North End thrift store prioritizes community

Kellyn Doerr, Culture staff writer February 24, 2021

As you walk through the thrift shop doors, hoping to find some treasures for cheap, you see a sign that reads prominently, “Hate Has No Home Here.”  Shalom Shuk, a thrift shop run by the Ohavi...

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