Community Cinema participants viewed the film, then discussed it with a panel of area artists at the library. The panelists were: Delia Robinson, painter, sculptor and illustrator Daniel Barlow, photographer for Green Mountain Graveyards and founder of Trees and Hills Comics. Sam Talbot-Kelly, conceptual apparel and mixed-media painting/design James Secor, acrylic painting
Funding for the panel discussion video was made possible by ORCA Media. Recorded December 12, 2012.
Set amid 6,000 private wooded acres, with a base elevation of 2,100 feet, Bolton Valley provides 165 acres of ski-able terrain with 6 lifts and 61 trails. It’s summit is at 3,150 feet with a vertical drop of 1,704 feet. Open since 1966, Bolton welcome downhill and cross country skiers as well as boarders. Riders of varying skill levels can try out 3 different, onsite terrain parks.
Film buff and itinerant reviewer Collin Parker gives us the lowdown on movies with a regional connection that we can enjoy at home. This week, Collin takes a look at Portrait of Jennie (1948), The Shining, The Grey, and White Christmas.
Collin has been the movie critic for examiner.com and at Essex Cinemas in Essex, Vermont, and Cumberland 12 in Plattsburgh, New York, since 2009. In ‘real’ life, he is the Marketing Director at The Essex Resort & Spa. Follow him on Twitter at @popcollin.
Find out how top snowboarder competitors stay in shape and work their signature moves during the off-season when we catch up with three, young national snowboarding champs from the Mount Mansfield (Vermont) Ski and Snowboard Club.
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Watch a video from the Green Mountain Freestyle Training Facility!
Meet a teenager, a 30-something and a soon-to-be septuagenarian who all stepped through a portal along the border of New Hampshire and Vermont to take a journey to the center of the earth, the farthest reaches of the galaxy and to worlds only they could imagine when we drop in on the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction.
Pick apples at the peak of the season with Bill Suhr and Andrea Scott, a Shoreham, Vermont couple whose orchard blends a unique business mix of environmental awareness and commercial reality that they call “fruit grown with a conscience.”
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.
Stop by the Outdoor Journal booth at the Classic and meet producer Neil Hilt. Give him your comments and story ideas. Enter our drawing for an OJ vest, ball cap, Season 10 DVD or A Vermont Fishing Journal.
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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.