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The Movie Diary
July 26, 2018

Sending my love

By Dom Cioffi

My teenage son just finished his third week of military camp. Next weekend, after a month away, we will return to the campus to pick him up and bring him back home. We’re excited and curious at the same time,…

Killington Uncorked
July 26, 2018

Sun-filled summer days

By Becca Zidik

Vis pour voyager, et voyager pour vivre!  Translation: Live to travel, and travel to live – with a getaway to Southern France! Sunglasses and suntans are reminiscent of Biscaye Baie Sauvignon Blanc from the Gascony region of France. Known for…

Mountain Meditation
July 25, 2018

Gratitude power!

By Marguerite Jill Dye

“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around,” Willie Nelson wrote.

Who’d ever imagine how great the power of gratitude is? Just making a list for a couple of weeks of two or more experiences we’re…

Rockin' The Region
July 25, 2018

Rockin’ The Region with John Waite

By DJ Dave Hoffenberg

John Waite is bringing his full band electric show to Friday Night Live, July 27. Waite’s had quite the storied musical career. He was born in Lancaster, England and first came to America when he was 21 to…

Column
July 25, 2018

Killington Softball League: A new leader?

By Dave Hoffenberg

Times, they are changing for Clearly Moguls. They dominated the league from 2014-2016, winning three championships. They were knocked off their throne in the 2017 championship and now find themselves on the brink of elimination in only the third round of…

The Movie Diary
July 20, 2018

Slipping into form

By Dom Cioffi

As of this past weekend, my son has reached the mid-way point in his month-long stay at a summer military camp. His mother and I struggled with the decision to send him to this camp, but ultimately decided the experience might deliver…

Killington Uncorked
July 20, 2018

Wine sampling and lingo lessons

By Becca Zidik

From premier wine tastings to exquisite hors d’oeuvres, there’s no better way to wind down after Wine Fest’s activities than relaxing at the Summit Pond. After a day of tasting some of the world’s most prestigious wine from Austria, Italy, Spain, and…

Mountain Meditation
July 20, 2018

For the disabled, the system is broken

By Marguerite Jill Dye

“The truth is, everyone is just one bad day away from needing accessible options the ADA requires to help them get around,” said Sen. Tammy Duckworth.

Across the country and in Vermont, the disabled are struggling for accessibility, housing, and…

Column
July 19, 2018

Killington Softball: Playoff seeds set, with a tie for third

By Dave Hoffenberg

Season’s end is near and two teams have solidified their playoff seeding. One was expected due to their winless season, but McGrath’s Sushi was a shock since they fell to the fifth seed for the first time in team history. Clearly Moguls…

Rockin’ The Region with NoTown Music Fest
Rockin' The Region
July 19, 2018

Rockin’ The Region with NoTown Music Fest

‘Tis the festival season. NoTown Music Festival in Stockbridge is back for its third year. This do-not-miss fun fest happens July 27-29. If you bought a VIP ticket, then you get early admission on Thursday, July 26. Camping is included with a festival weekend pass,…