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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, August 3

Everyone Eats! launches today to provide meals to those in need

BRATTLEBORO — Everyone Eats! is a federal stimulus program that helps support Brattleboro restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing meals to anyone in Brattleboro, Guilford, Vernon, Dummerston, or Putney who has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis due to unemployment, underemployment, homelessness, or other challenges.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

Latest local updates on COVID-19

>Monday, August 3

Everyone Eats! launches today to provide meals to those in need

BRATTLEBORO — Everyone Eats! is a federal stimulus program that helps support Brattleboro restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic by providing meals to anyone in Brattleboro, Guilford, Vernon, Dummerston, or Putney who has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis due to unemployment, underemployment, homelessness, or other challenges.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

GUILFORD

Thinking for ourselves

‘My great concern at the moment is not the past, not the painful loss of Marlboro College, but the future — the future of liberal learning in our nation’ OPEN LETTER by Tom Ragle

BRATTLEBORO

Could it happen here?

In 1973, a new regime in Uruguay abruptly turned an active arts scene into terrible years of exile, incarceration, interrogation, disappearances, and even death for creatives and intellectuals. A local artist ponders her role and the potential consequences of her work in our current political context. VIEWPOINT by Jeri Griffith

BRATTLEBORO

Be safe; vote absentee

LETTERS FROM READERS by Dick Cooke

VIEWPOINT • The burden of proof is on the victim: When newspapers focus on the anonymity of the testimony of members of Black N Brown at DP, they dismiss the accusations of racism and abuse. Degrees of Freedom must engage in honest conversation with the Marlboro community about how they can assure a safe space for their students.

LETTERS FROM READERS • Zuckerman, Siegel: a sustainable world will be at the forefront of their policies

LETTERS FROM READERS • Bos-Lun: Ready to work for our people, planet

LETTERS FROM READERS • Mrowicki: We can’t ask for more

LETTERS FROM READERS • Hagen: expertise and insight in role as high bailiff

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ARTS

• Next Stage presents ‘Arts Unite Windham’ : Seven Windham County arts organizations come together for livestreamed variety show to benefit The Root Social Justice Center, Windham County NAACP

• Brattleboro Clayworks reopens its showroom

• ‘Beethoven Walks’ on Hannum Trail extended

• Weston Playhouse premieres ‘One Room’: Leading stage professionals create 14 short, one-person plays that respond to the present moment

• Putney School moves its summer arts program online: Students collaborate and take risks — this year, from home

• Robinson paintings head to Crowell Gallery

• Yellow Barn concerts set to stream

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