Local Scene: Like Wine For Chocolate

This article was written following an interview with Leigh Williams which took place on June 21, 2010. Though Leigh Williams, founder of Laughing Moon Chocolates, in Stowe, has a passion for traveling, she feels that her Vermont roots allow her to reach out and give much to the world. Indeed, Laughing Moon Chocolates provides a … Read More

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When Architecture Meets Poetry

Earlier this month, our office had the pleasure of welcoming Essex Junction Architect and Interior Designer Michael Minadeo who kindly spoke to us about his philosophy and accomplishments. We were mesmerized by the fluidity of lines and the apparently effortless merging of environment and structure as Michael humbly described projects we viewed on screen. I … Read More

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In Grampy’s Hands

Assisted Living, Senior Housing, Independent Living, Mature Community, Meals on Wheel, Home Health; all of these have become familiar aspects of modern-day living. As sophisticated facilities and services emerge to meet the needs of a maturing population, we must sometimes rethink our connections to parents and grand-parents. In America, multi-generational homes are not so common … Read More

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Stowe, Chuck’s Way

Submitted by Chuck Heingartner – From the Stowe Village Office I coach the U14 boys’ team with Jamie Birmingham who is the varsity coach at Stowe High School. I have played soccer since I was around six years old and have been coaching this group since I started coming to Stowe around ten years ago, … Read More

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By Design

Evaluated at $165 million, one of the most expensive homes in America, located in Beverly Hills, boasts 72,000-square-feet divided amongst six buildings. What can one expect for that sort of money? 1 disco, 3 swimming pools, 29 bedrooms and 41 bathrooms. What in the world could be worth $165 million? Actually, all the maple syrup … Read More

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Local Scene: Bee’s Knees

One need not travel far for a change of scenery. We often forget the little gems within short distance of our own doorstep. I was reminded of this the instant I stumbled upon the above photograph this morning. My urbanite brain immediately assumed the scene might have taken place in some remote location; Montreal or … Read More

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