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Killington Uncorked
September 13, 2018

Clown Shoes ought to fit!

By Becca Zidik Crisp air and cool nights signify the change in seasons, a time that we all look forward to. Instead of the cliche PSL (pumpkin spice latte) or…

Killington Uncorked
August 31, 2018

Red wine to pass time

By Becca Zidik As the weather gets chillier, and signs of fall are making appearances, staying inside starts to sound like a perfect pastime. And what better way to spend…

Looking Back
August 30, 2018

Friends from different generations

Conversations with friends always bring up interesting topics. A recent one led us to the subject of people in our lives, who, though much older than we were “back in…

The Movie Diary
August 30, 2018

Band on the run

By Dom Cioffi Back in college, one of my roommates was in a band that became fairly popular around campus. They played gigs throughout our four-year tenure and enjoyed a…

Column
August 10, 2018

Freezing corn and other August gardening tips

By Leonard Perry, UVM Horticulturist & Charlie Nardozzi, Garden Consultant Freezing corn for winter enjoyment, starting fall greens in the garden, and dividing some perennials are gardening activities for this…

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…

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…