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Bread and Puppet Theater’s museum turns 40

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  copyright the Chronicle June 10, 2015 by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph GLOVER — Visitors jammed the lanes around the Bread and Puppet Theater’s grounds here with their cars on Sunday when they came for the museum’s open house. The theater celebrated the fortieth an... More »

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Two handmade Shipley books honor writing and farming

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copyright the Chronicle September 3, 2014 Adam’s Mark: Writing from the Ox-House, published by Plowboy Press in Burke, with woodcuts by Mary Simpson. A limited edition hard cover version is available directly from the publisher for $250. A smaller softcover tr... More »

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Vermont Vaudeville debuts in Barton to sold out crowd

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copyright the Chronicle January 29, 2014 by Joseph Gresser BARTON — Vermonters have always had a yen for local entertainment.  Most towns, including Barton, boast theaters that once hosted traveling shows that toured the country. Barton’s Memorial Building wil... More »

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Chronicle jack-o’-lantern contest winners speak

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by Natalie Hormilla “You have to look at the pumpkin, and see what it tells you,” said Lila Winstead of Glover, about one of her rules of pumpkin carving. Ms. Winstead is usually a winner at the Chronicle’s annual jack-o’-lantern contest, and 2013 was no excep... More »

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Bread and Puppet celebrates half a century

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by Natalie Hormilla GLOVER — “The assessment is more important for the participants than for me.” This is what Peter Schumann answers when asked what he thinks of Bread and Puppet Theater turning half a century old this summer. Mr. Schumann has been the artist... More »

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Glover Day honors a local vaudevillian

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by Joseph Gresser  GLOVER — An annual community event with a weight of tradition always faces the risk of becoming stodgy.  Glover Day, with its Chamberlain Run, bicycle race and puppet show re-enacting the story of Runaway Pond, could easily become a snooze. ... More »

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Protesters stop Lowell turbine truck

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copyright the Chronicle July 18, 2012 by Chris Braithwaite LOWELL — Though it was billed as just a “rally” and an opportunity for opponents of the Lowell Mountain wind project to “greet the turbines” as they arrived, Monday’s confrontation here turned into a b... More »