The Vermont Cynic

Nosferatu: A symphony of Horror review

Nosferatu: A symphony of Horror review

November 19, 2015

While the prospect of watching a silent, black and white movie from 1922 might sound frighteningly borin...

<p>Spotlight on The Monkey House </p>

Spotlight on The Monkey House 

November 19, 2015

A small venue in downtown Winooski has been attracting UVM students who are looking for an alternative at...

<p>Dopapod Preview </p>

Dopapod Preview 

November 19, 2015

Dopapod, a funk-rock band, will be performing at Higher Ground at 9 p.m. Friday Nov. 13.“We throw ourselves into the jam band genre. We’re funk-rock that improvi...

<p>Spotlight on the</p><p>Baha Men</p>

Spotlight on the

Baha Men

November 19, 2015

Every artist has a tough time following up their best work, when I asked Dyson Knight of the Baha Men how you follow up a huge hit like “Who Let the Dogs Out,” h...

Professor teaches for the laughter

November 18, 2015

Filed under Life, Professor Profiles

One UVM professor does not know how he chose his career.Todd McGowan has been a professor in the English department at UVM for 15 years. Though he mainly teaches classes in the film and television studies program now, he still teaches graduate English classes, he said.He said he tries to keep his classes fun, yet rigorous.“If t...

Band tours for their new album

Band tours for their new album

November 17, 2015

A psychedelic techno group returning to Higher Ground Nov. 15. Papadosio is touring for their new album, “Extras in A Movie,” released earlier this year carr...

Writer shows bleak view of SeaWorld

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November 17, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

“I am impressed,” Tim Zimmermann said. “This is the biggest audience I’ve seen for a ‘Blackfish’ ta...

Plan ahead: registering for a solid schedule

November 17, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

As class registration nears, students may seek advice to calm their nerves about making crucial academic decisions. “I am doing fine, but I know a lot of my first-year friends are stressed out about making a class schedule and getting the classes they want,” junior Esther Hershkovits said.College of Arts and Sciences advise...

<p>Underachievers review </p>

Underachievers review 

November 16, 2015

One thing that I have learned from attending a multitude of concerts is that a crowd can make or break the experience. I’ve never seen such a pathetic excuse of a crowd at T...

Rapper ‘chops it up’ at the Lamp Shop

Jacob Holzman

November 16, 2015

Filed under Artist Spotlight, Arts

If there’s one thing you don’t expect to hear a rapper shout out to on stage, it’s light fixtures. However at the Lamp Shop, hip-hop artist Rory Ferreira, also known as Milo, seemed to be obligated to recognize how the venue was filled with lamps.“Shout out to the lamps,” Ferreira said.Ferreira struck a chord with ...

Extra Spice in the Old North End

Extra Spice in the Old North End

November 8, 2015

“I’ll do medium spice, just to be safe,” said the server at Central Market Taste of Asia on North Winooski Avenue in Burlington’s North...

Indie Films Showcase Labor and Love at Vermont Filmmaker’s Showcase

Caroline Shea

November 5, 2015

Filed under Features

“Indie filmmaking has never had it so good,” John Summa told me. We were sitting in his Old Mill office, surrounded by stacks of towering books. Summa, an Economics professor at UVM, wrote one of the films featured at the Vermont International Film Festival’s Vermont Filmmaker’s Showcase. His documentary, The Resurr...

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