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TODAY’S FEATURE/THE ARTS/INTERVIEW

Compassionate creativity everywhere

Kali Quinn’s artistic journey takes her from theater to an exploration of the creative spirit everywhere, from medical schools to a van on an 11,000-mile road trip to discover and nurture an artistic vision

BRATTLEBORO—Kali Quinn is a goldmine of creativity. Whether performing, teaching, mentoring, or facilitating, she brings her artistry and skills as a creative doula to so many different venues, including Sandglass Theater, New England Center for the Circus Arts, Brown University medical school, and Full Circle Festival, to name just a few.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/THE ARTS

Compassionate creativity everywhere

Kali Quinn’s artistic journey takes her from theater to an exploration of the creative spirit everywhere, from medical schools to a van on an 11,000-mile road trip to discover and nurture an artistic vision

BRATTLEBORO—Kali Quinn is a goldmine of creativity. Whether performing, teaching, mentoring, or facilitating, she brings her artistry and skills as a creative doula to so many different venues, including Sandglass Theater, New England Center for the Circus Arts, Brown University medical school, and Full Circle Festival, to name just a few.... Continue reading story

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VOICES

BRATTLEBORO

For downtown retailers, things are bad right now

Customers who are uncomfortable, scared, or frustrated with their experience are in no hurry to return. Those of us who submitted the recent letter can’t stay in business without a community effort to address these issues. VIEWPOINT by Vicki Gohl

WILLIAMSVILLE

We can consume food with an eye toward a changing climate

We don’t live in a perfect world, but it’s the only one we’ve got. Let’s change our cooking and eating habits accordingly. COLUMN by Deborah Lee Luskin

VIEWPOINT • Sweetness and light — and well-executed disruption: The protest at the Stroll loudly and clearly focused attention on our need to change our way of life radically and quickly. What better place to raise awareness about sustainability?

VIEWPOINT • Adult climate activists in the parade cheer for the kids: ‘We are fortunate that we have the choice to attend or participate in a parade. But in a few short years, thousands of people around the globe will live with long periods of heat, thirst, and discomfort as unavoidable facts of daily life.’

LETTERS FROM READERS • Strolling right by the Farmers’ Market

LETTERS FROM READERS • Shameful imprisonment of children must end

LETTERS FROM READERS • Individual respect is deserved

LETTERS FROM READERS • Co-op furthers a community-wide initiative against addiction, poverty

LETTERS FROM READERS • ‘Where do I sign up?’

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ARTS

• The End of America, Izzy Heltai to perform at Stage 33 Live

• Modern Times Theater sends puppets into space

• ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ comes to Great River Festival

• Write Action presents annual contest

• Consider the cephalopod: Windham Southeast launches ‘Let’s Read 2019’

• Six new exhibits open at BMAC on June 22: Works will include beach scenes, activist photography, and immersive installations

• Renovation will reinvent Keene theater: Two-year project will create the Colonial Performing Arts Center

• Brattleboro Music Center, Retreat Farm launch new summer concert series

• ‘Concerts on the Green’ series begins June 23

• Stone Church Arts presents ‘They,’ with Oliver Esposito and AC Muench

• A public investment with a good return: Working group is formed to guide development of $15,000 Town Arts Fund

• ‘Paris to Pittsburgh’ to be shown at All Souls Church

Browse Arts stories through the archives