Bald Eagle Wilder
December 17, 2014 No comments


Consider spending some time on Valentine’s Day searching for bald eagles in the Wilder Dam area.

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December 17, 2014 No comments

Bubblies: Not Just for Toasting

Wine makes a great gift, and fine wine is always a welcome accompaniment to a special holiday meal.

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December 16, 2014 No comments

Best of the Web 2014 Video Compilation

It’s that time of year when all the “best of “lists start to make the rounds. Here is one that has made its way to Reddit fame via Luc Bergeron. And check out the list of all included. You may want to spend a little more screen time watching a few “full length  clips” …things that make you go […]

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December 9, 2014 No comments

Let the Races Begin…

The ‘Oscar Season’ has begun in earnest over the past few weeks, and the contenders for Best Actor are quickly becoming clear. As noted in this blog recently, the performances of Michael Keaton in ‘Birdman’ and Matthew McConaughey in ‘Interstellar’ set a high bar for what comes next. But with his performance as physicist Stephen […]

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December 2, 2014 No comments

Pentangle Arts’ Award-Winning Wassail Weekend Awaits!

Pentangle Arts’ Award-winning Wassail Weekend kicks-off on Friday, December 12th at 7:30 pm at Woodstock Town Hall Theatre! Let The Hot Club of San Francisco fire up your holiday spirits with their crowd pleasing, seasonally inspired concert, Cool Yule. The concert features traditional Christmas songs with some unexpected surprises all performed with the ensembles’ trademark […]

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November 26, 2014 No comments

The Propaganda Games: Biding Time…

In the age of the blockbuster, with sequels now the rule rather than the exception, we seem to be creating a new film genre: the ‘Pre-Sequel’. I would have to do some research to determine just where the idea began, but several good examples come to mind. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″ […]

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December 9, 2014 No comments


In a VPR commentary and birthday tribute to Emily Dickinson,Professor Colleen Glenney Boggs writes about the poet’s love for her dog, Carlo. As a child, “I didn’t want to identify with Dickinson because I thought of her as a strange, lonely woman,” writes Boggs, a professor of Englishand of women’s and gender studies and director […]

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October 27, 2014 No comments

Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond Coming to Hood Museum of Art

by Joseph Blumberg  Eminent civil rights leader Julian Bond is coming to Dartmouth as part of a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. He will speak on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 4:30 p.m. in the Hood Museum of Art Auditorium. Bond’s appearance is in conjunction with the exhibition “Witness: […]

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October 20, 2014 No comments

Bruce Duthu ’80 on Promoting Social Justice

By Joni B. Cole The Dartmouth Professor Talks: As a teenager from a Houma family in Dulac, La., Bruce Duthu ’80 had never heard of Dartmouth College. Then an alumnus came to town and pushed him to apply. Duthu made excuses—his native Cajun French was only supplemented by “Bugs Bunny” English, he was more inclined […]

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September 11, 2014 No comments

King Arthur Flour: $16,000 Raised for Hunger Relief

Norwich, VT   With over a third of all Vermonters not being able to afford enough food, King Arthur Flour is proud to announce that nearly $16,000 was raised to combat the serious issue of hunger. The Second Annual Bakers’ Harvest Tasting Supper brought together two dozen food vendors and farms – allowing 130 attendees to […]

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The Upper Valley's diners are gems - and places that offer many varieties of comfort.
August 18, 2014 No comments

In Praise of Diners

This is an odd week for me, since many of my close friends are starting to pack their belongings in trunks and say their goodbyes before they head off to college. It’s a melancholy time, and as I say farewell I can’t help but think of all the times and places I experienced with my friends. […]

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Worthy Burger is housed right next to the tracks in South Royalton, VT. This is itself a symbol of Worthy's philosophy of simplicity.
June 16, 2014 No comments

Shady Lanes: Worthy Burger

It is entirely fitting to Worthy Burger’s ethos that it is out of the way, deep in the Vermont countryside. Many a wanderer has uncovered the tiny town of South Royalton, VT, after catching word of our region’s secret beef gem. I heard about it from Dartmouth’s student paper a year ago, and I can […]

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September 9, 2014 No comments

Get on Board the Brain Train

Want to stay in intellectual shape? You might want to invest in one of these brain training apps as recommended by CNN.    

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social media seminar
September 4, 2014 No comments

Social Media and Your Business

Calling all small businesses! Are you a home-based business, small retailer, farmer, independent contractor, or otherwise self-employed? The Cohase Chamber of Commerce is pleased to be hosting a special event on Tuesday Sept 9th at the Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT. In conjunction with the VT Small Business Development Center, a seminar will be […]

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August 27, 2014 No comments

Hyperlapse Is Hyperfun

Check out this great new app from Instagram ( for iphones only)! It’s a lot of fun . You can capture vid with a tap of a finger and speed up your life in a matter of seconds. And, you can  then post your creative side to Facebook and Instagram instantly. It’s sooooo easy. Read […]

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J letter
August 10, 2014 No comments

TIL J Was the Last Letter Added to the Alphabet

J must be the loneliest letter in the alphabet. J came in last.

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messy bedroom
July 27, 2014 No comments

TIL I Am Not the Only Mother Who Dealt With This.

Disaster relief request made by kid whose mother declared his bedroom a disaster area.

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listening elephant
July 7, 2014 No comments

TIL African elephants can distinguish human languages, genders and ages associated with danger.

Elephants are amazing. I only wish they could see, hear and smell a poacher from 10 miles away. But, they are able to listen to languages spoken nearby and know if it is coming from a possible threat.  

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December 8, 2014 No comments

Making the Perfect Gift

The Holiday season is here. Many of us are looking for the perfect gift for family and friends. It is sometimes difficult to know what your spouse, child or friend will appreciate receiving. We spend a lot of time thinking about these gifts. More often than not, more thought and care goes into seasonal and […]

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November 20, 2014 No comments

Alzheimer’s Awareness

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness month. As part of its ongoing effort to provide support for the aging population and caregivers, the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Aging Resource Center hosted a series of workshops devoted to Alzheimer’s disease (AD). This article is based on a presentation by Kesstan Blandin, PhD, Dartmouth Centers for Health & Aging and Aleksandra Stark, […]

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October 26, 2014 No comments

Portability Election Extension Ends 12/31/14

Portability is a big deal. It authorizes executors of estates of decedents dying after December 31, 2010, to elect to transfer any unused exclusion to the surviving spouse. The amount received by the surviving spouse is called the deceased spousal unused exclusion, or DSUE amount. The surviving spouse may apply the DSUE amount received from […]

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