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Six of the best spots for coffee, comfort and studying

Six of the best spots for coffee, comfort and studying

Jules Lubner

March 3, 2017

As if doing homework wasn’t bad enough, finding a perfect place to get your work done may be the hardest part. Everyone’s been there; you start by trying to do our homework in our room, but get sucked into binge watching your favorite Netflix shows. Hours pass and you begin to doze off, and before...

Burlington mall to be redeveloped

(Left to right) Architect Sherida Paulsen and property owner Don Sinex present their plans for the downtown mall renovation to the city council April 25.

April 26, 2016

Students and Burlington residents may soon be able to live above the Burlington Mall on Church Street.   The Burlington Business Association gathered local businesses, nonprofits and organizations in front of the mall entrance on Church Street April 25, to speak to the benefits of developing down...

Town is on board for new skate park

October 23, 2015

The city officials say a “world class” skate park is coming to the waterfront in December.The worry that concrete where the new skate park is being constructed by the Lake Champlain waterfront could potentially contaminate the lake is not a concern, a city official said.Kirsten Shapiro, special pr...

Noodle shop offers a diverse menu

Chris Leow

October 13, 2015

Asiana Noodle Shop is a warm little restaurant nestled in a basement off of Church Street. Offerings include sushi, curries, various asian entrees and of course, noodles. This past week, my friends were in the mood for Asian food, so we decided to head down to Asiana for a quick dinner be...

Eat a Real Donut: Ren Wiener at Scout & Co

RYAN THORTON The Vermont Cynic
An array of textures and flavors are available every week.

March 29, 2015

[dropcap style="normal or inverse or boxed"]D[/dropcap]o you ever find yourself dwelling on cartoon depictions of ordinary food items, taking in their eye-popping colors and lushly plump contours and wishing that they’d leap into your hand from the television screen? More specifically, have you sympathiz...

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