David Budbill raves about Circus Smirkus, Joel Patterson recommends Troy Night Out, Todd Lockwood describes David Stromeyer’s giant metal sculptures and Deborah Lee Luskin suggests chamber music in Thetford.
As we celebrate the 200th
anniversary of the War of 1812, we get both the American and Canadian perspectives of the conflict, hear about 25 years of Circus Smirkus and learn how
to really play croquet.
We step away from partisan politics of decommissioning Vermont Yankee to consider the physical and financial challenges of retiring a nuclear power plant. Also, the Vermont College of Fine Arts celebrates its first anniversary.