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Given the rapid rate at which public support is growing nationwide, it doesn't take a mathematician to recognize that marijuana prohibition is on its way out.
Beyond its partially-trussed shoulders, and sensually curved back, beyond its juicy, succulent berries, Vermont is a place that emanates a pheromone that smells more pine than Axe. And yet it somehow manages to excite in ways unexpected.
The Cellars at Jasper Hill in Greensboro, Vt., won "Best of Show" for its Winnimere at the 28th Annual American Cheese Society (ACS) Competition on ...
The tables built the day before were linked end-to-end smack in the middle of a beautiful outdoor setting. The day's menu was made of produce and meat sourced from local farms, bread from a nearby bakery, and cheese from a creamery located just down the road.
Want a guaranteed way to beat the heat? Pack up the kids and hit the slopes. More than half of U.S. ski resorts now offer summer pursuits, from zip lines, alpine slides and summer tubing hills to mountain biking, bungee trampolines and disc golf.
For some travelers, a quiet hideaway with a cozy bed and luxurious amenities offers the perfect formula for a relaxing escape. But for those seeking a more unique experience, a bed-and-breakfast may just fit the bill.
Many artists have had a bear-monomaniacal relationship with a theme, place, or subject: Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire; Josef Albers, squares; Jasper Johns, flags; Claude Monet, Rouen Cathedral or haystacks or poplars; Giorgio Morandi, bottles; G. B. Piranesi, Roman ruins; or quite wonderfully, John Gibson, balls.
We didn't know what to expect as we headed on our first road trip to tour schools for our daughter in her junior year of High School.
From the tip of Maine to the Florida Keys, America's Eastern region is a diverse area filled with just about every type of terrain an active traveler could want: mountains, marshes, lakes, cliffs, forests and so much more.
Anyone who has ever indulged in hero fantasies about saving lives just might get their chance thanks to new drug overdose prevention laws across the country. On Wednesday, June 5th, Vermont became the 13th state to pass a law expanding lay access to naloxone, a medication used to reverse opiate overdose.
I was honored to be in Vermont today and to stand with all the members of AFSCME Vermont Homecare United. Together, we will work to improve conditions for home care providers and enhance the lives of all the people we serve.
Located nearby the 10,000 square foot distillery on the banks of the Lamoille River, visitors may notice several beehives. Unsurprisingly, Hardie, who has been keeping bees for nearly five decades, enjoys being around bees.
Not many people know it, but I got my start in politics when I began a small grassroots group called the Citizens' Waterfront Group that was dedica...
Hotels often incorporate themes into their rooms, but these so-called themes are usually "classic elegance," "boho chic," or "understated luxury." In ...