We profile this iconic honky tonk band from Vermont who shares their love of music.
O&A correspondent Anya Huneke interviews DJ Craig Mitchell about his life in music and learns how to scratch.
O&A correspondent Chris McClure learns how to make the perfect pizza and hit the right notes with singing pizza chef Michele Spano from Mimmo’s Restaurant in Essex, Vt.
We visit with iconic radio host Joel Najman as he celebrates 50 years in broadcasting.
Learn how the search for a sound made by an ancestor of the banjo inspired Vermont musician Craig Myers to travel to West Africa, and then hear the impact this exotic instrument has on the New England music scene and his band Barika.
Vermont Violins in Burlington sells, repairs and restores fine stringed instruments - and they’re passionate about their work. Meet World acclaimed Luthier Jim Banicki who is restoring a cello from 1880.
Each summer, Vermont’s annual Manchester Music Festival welcomes a handful of promising young classical musicians to train and perform in the shadow of Mt. Equinox.
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Vermont PBS Brings Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s Epic Series The Vietnam War to Broadcast and to Communities throughout Vermont. Learn more and register for free screenings today!
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Montréal's 375th celebration combines history, heritage, art, and culture for a year of events. We offer a taste of Montréal in our Montréal Minutes and MTL375 interviews and travels in the city.
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