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Talking Pictures: Handels Messiah set for Grace
In this weeks Talking Pictures video, Alastair Stout, minister of music at Rutlands Grace Congregational United Church of Christ, discusses this seasons Dec. 3 offering of George Frideric Handels Messiah. This year, in addition to some of the finest soloists in Vermont, Stout says, we thought this year it would be quite a good idea to actually include some dance []
Nov 24, 2017 2:32AM - Rutland Herald
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Party at the Pavilion: Three bands raise money for SVAC
While three bands and close to 20 musicians will hit the stage over the course of the evening at the Arkell Pavilion on Dec. 1, organizer Bill Muench promises a tight show. When I see three bands on a bill I generally expect a four-hour mega show, Muench said.
Nov 23, 2017 6:10AM - Rutland Herald
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Mystery of The 12 Days of Christmas
French hens, turtledoves and a partridge running around. The 12 Days of Christmas sounds like one crazy holiday, but playwright Renee Calarco uncovered a story in the popular Christmas song when she set out to write a play based on it. It was so much fun to write, Calarco, 54, said recently.
Nov 23, 2017 6:09AM - Rutland Herald
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Imani Winds by student demand
MIDDLEBURY Long requested by Middlebury College students, and extolled by the Washington Post as exuding a sultry sophistication, the Grammy-nominated Imani Winds are renowned for dynamic playing, culturally poignant programming and adventurous collaborations. Their concert for the Middlebury Performing Arts Series, titled Classically Improvised, will feature arrangements of Rimsky-Korsakovs Scheherazade, a Piazzola tango, classical woodwind quintet repertoire and more. []
Nov 23, 2017 6:08AM - Rutland Herald
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Hotball rocks into climate apocalypse
Described as an apocalyptic musical set in the not-too-distant future and all-too-weird present, Hotball: A New Vermont MuSICKal by David Schein and Geof Hewitt will open Dec. 1 at the Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington. Its a take on Vermont life, said Schein, who also directs the show.
Nov 23, 2017 6:07AM - Rutland Herald
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Raising the Barr: Barr Brothers take it up a notch on new album
One of the most compelling folk-rock groups around makes an all-too-rare Vermont visit on Tuesday, when Montreal band the Barr Brothers brings its singular sound to Higher Ground in support of a stellar new album. Queens of the Breakers, released last month on the independent Montreal label Secret City Records, is the bands third album and its most accomplished release []
Nov 23, 2017 6:06AM - Rutland Herald
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Arts Preview
Miro Sprague jazz BRANDON Brandon Music presents the Miro Sprague Quartet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec.
Nov 23, 2017 5:35AM - Rutland Herald
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Dorset Theatre expands year-round staff
DORSET Following the success of its 40th season, Dorset Theatre Festival is expanding its year-round leadership team. Producing Director Will Rucker, General Manager Marissa Hutton, and Marketing Manager Natalie Redmond join Artistic Director Dina Janis to develop the festivals artistic, financial and brand sustainability. Over the past few years, Dorset Theatre Festival has grown from the little festival that []
Nov 23, 2017 5:34AM - Rutland Herald
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Local visual arts
Editors note: Please send visual art listings to jim.lowe@rutlandherald.com.
Nov 23, 2017 5:33AM - Rutland Herald
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LET THE DAY BEGIN
Chris Bove assembles breakfast sandwiches at The Bakery on West Street in Rutland on Wednesday morning.
Nov 23, 2017 5:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Vandal spills 300 gallons of syrup
BRISTOL Someone used an ax to cut holes into eight barrels of maple syrup, causing about 300 gallons to leak out, police said. Alan Mayer of Mayer Maple Products told Vermont State Police an additional 12 gallons of syrup was stolen between Monday evening and Tuesday evening. Cindy Mayer told the Burlington Free Press there is nearly a seasons []
Nov 23, 2017 5:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Wildlife thankful: Theres lots to eat
Abundant crops of acorns, beech nuts and other less-well-known species are providing wildlife across at least parts of the Northeast with an unusually bountiful Thanksgiving feast that is fattening every animal that depends on them, from mice and squirrels to turkeys, deer and bears. The volume of nuts and berries in the woods this fall is so great in some []
Nov 23, 2017 5:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Steve Marro has the time
There was Steve Marro last Saturday, high above Middlebury Colleges Youngman Field, enjoying a football game from the best seat in the house. It was the same type of view he relished the previous 10 Saturdays as the clock operator at college football games. It began on Sept.
Nov 23, 2017 5:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Pair of towns vote to merge school districts
Voters in Pawlet and Rupert narrowly approved a school district merger Tuesday. The towns voted to create the Mettawee School District, merging their town districts and a union district they already belonged to under Act 46. In Pawlet, the vote was 259-201.
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Fake fundraising reported
Secretary of State James Condos said he is not raising money for a sick 3-yearold named Linda. Condos and Attorney General T. J .
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Busy holiday weekend in Rutland
A series of events is planned for the first Downtown Rutland Holiday Stroll on Saturday, culminating in the tree-lighting in Depot Park. Nikki Hindman, marketing and events coordinator for the Downtown Rutland Partnership, said the stroll, which is intended to generate revenue for the local economy and stimulate business, has a few natural partners. Saturday is also Small Business Saturday, []
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Buley takes a bite from the Big Apple
Kassidy Buley has wanted to perform as a cheerleader in the Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade since she was in grade school. On Thursday, she will do just that. But she had no clue how frantic the pace would be once she got to New York City for the big event on a national stage.
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Diary: Dying inmate denied care
MONTPELIER A Vermont inmate who died of cancer at a Pennsylvania prison wrote in a diary that he repeatedly asked for medical care but was denied and given ibuprofen and Tylenol for his pain. Roger Brown didnt know he had lung cancer, a lawyer for his widow said. The 68-year-old died Oct.
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Area skiers drink in Cup lessons
There will be thousands of spectators at the Audi FIS Womens World Cup when the tour hits Killington, Nov. 24-26 for the second year in a row. They will include the casual skier and nonskiers who just want to experience the glitz and glamour of a major event so close to home.
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald
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Contractors, beware overpayment scam
Ann Reynolds said she knew something was wrong. Reynolds, a Castletonbased contractor who does house painting and cleaning, had just recruited a client online who wanted her to paint the apartment hed just bought in Killington. She told him she would need an $800 deposit to start the work, she said, but he sent her a check for $2,550 and []
Nov 22, 2017 6:30AM - Rutland Herald