Posts filed under: Arts & Entertainment

There’s a whole pile of good going on at the Charlotte Congregational Church this weekend—Playing for Good will sharing its talents with the town while helping others. ...
The story is thrilling: a Polish man voluntarily goes to Auschwitz, and forms an underground resistance within the confines of the concentration camp, then makes a daring escape. On one...
Lynne BondRight around the corner from Charlotte, on Bostwick Road, tucked back from the main road, sits a quiet senior living community called Wake Robin. Retired University of Vermont psychology...
Music continues to emanate from the Charlotte Grange Hall on a regular basis thanks to Mike Walker and his colleague, Ted LeBlanc.  Open Mic evenings have been held monthly since...
Charlotte’s musical landscape is filled with some real talent, and we are lucky to include Aaron Flinn in the lineup with Francesca Blanchard (francescablanchard.com), Jeff Hahn (jeffhahnmusic.com) and Justin Panigutti,...
“With more competent help comes larger venues and larger range, increasing touring distances in 2019 around New England and ultimately the national market and beyond,” he says. This is a...
A line of live music seekers made their way into the dimly lit room at Higher Ground on Oct. 30 to hear a collection of local singer-songwriters. ...
The Festival of Fools is a celebration of street theater, music and circus arts all rolled into one magical weekend, August 3, 4 and 5, in downtown Burlington. Now in...
The Hinesburg Artist Series 22nd annual concert will feature the South County Chorus, Hinesburg Artist Series Orchestra and guest soloists under the direction of Rufus C. Patrick. Several selections from...
On December 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Black Box Theater in the Main Street Landing, award-winning comedic storytellers Sue Schmidt and Kevin Gallagher will be joined by special guest...
The Flying Pig Bookstore will welcome legendary author Katherine Paterson to celebrate the launch of her newest book for young people, My Brigadista Year, a historical novel set in Cuba...
Stocky and solidly built The wide brimmed hat shading his weathered face from the mid-day sun...
Maxine (Mickey) Davis is exhibiting fused glass work at the Charlotte Library throughout the month of October. The opening is at 6 p.m. on Oct. 18 at the library, and...
The Mahana Magic Foundation's Monster Bash will be held at The Old Lantern in Charlotte on Oct. 27 from 7 to 11 p.m. The nonprofit foundation supports children who are...
Please submit your poem of the month entry to [email protected]! ...
Many of you may remember the intriguing signs for Authentica African Art Imports located along Route 7, Ferry Road, and in front of the shop owned by Jack and Lydia...
A year ago at a breakfast Alice Outwater hosted at Shelburne Farms, Lydia Clemmons (the younger) alerted me to her family’s plans to transform their farm into an African American...
The first-ever Champlain Valley Union High School summer musical, The Lion King, will be performed Aug. 11–13. Carl Recchia is the choral director at CVU and musical director for this...
This year's performance lineup includes New York's Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, Pinky Special and Rob Torres; Canadians John Park, Mike Wood, The Kif-Kif Sisters, and The Matt Velvet & Charlie Show;...
Submitted by Nancy Menard, Charlotte Editor’s note: This new column features the memories of those who remember a different place in time. The world is changing rapidly. As we all...