When I was a cancer patient, well-meaning people would try to fill the void of our shared awkwardness over my diagnosis by saying “Well, everything…
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Dan and Whit’s. “The heart of the town.” Norwich, that is. Steve Hartman of CBS News’s On The Road wandered in, and put Dan and Whit’s—and many Upper…
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A new kid on an old block—Lebanon’s pedestrian mall—is freshening up the food scene in the neighborhood. Lalo’s Taqueria has moved into the space…
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Here’s the proof.
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Banning books is not new, and has happened closer to home than you might have thought. In a recent issue of Junction Magazine, Isaac Lorton has…
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Not good news . . .
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Nisachon Morgan, chef at Saap Restaurant in Randolph, Vermont, is a semi-finalist in the prestigious James Beard Awards. Yesterday, she was nominated…
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We’re fine. We’re alive with a roof over our heads and even though we have nowhere to go, our reliable plow driver had already removed the 10 inches of…
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There’s famous, and then there’s Jeopardy!-clue famous. Tom Cormen is a longtime neighbor of mine, and a regular guy. My husband and I often see him…
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One more reason to love Lebanon
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Bistro Midva is the kind of restaurant you’d want in your neighborhood. An intimate dining room of 20-some seats, friendly service, everything simple…
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A conversation with Rob Gurwitt
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