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My Personal Cuba, an Interview with Vermont photographer David Garten (OPENING)

Publisher’s note: As Cuba and the U.S. move to “normalize” relations between both countries, Vermonters weigh in on what lies ahead for the world’s most powerful Empire and its neighbor to the south. 868 more words


Summer Visitors

Waitsfield, Vermont.  At the offices of The Valley Reporter last week, the regular “office assistants” LeRoy Brown, Pearl Bailey, and Roxi were joined by two distinguished guests, Zoe, a black lab, and Marleaux, a yellow lab.   128 more words

Jumping Jacks

Fayston, Vermont. With Jack Russell Terriers (JRT) Ghita and Ziggy, both under two years old, and their person, Betsy Carter.

Ghita is his aunt by breeding. 459 more words

Market Day

At the Waitsfield Farmers’ Market last Saturday, Mad River Green, Waitsfield, Vermont, where dogs are welcome (if they are well-behaved).

Thank you to these wonderful dogs and their people who participated!  132 more words

Happiness Indicators, Summer

Mud between one’s toes = I had fun.

Mud + wet up to one’s belly = I really had fun.

Mud + wet up to the top of one’s head = I had a great time! 67 more words

Gimme Shelter, Grace! (LIKE A ROLLING STONE)

Mad River Valley, Vermont’s own home-grown rock and roller Grace Potter is on tour with the Rolling Stones this summer. We’ve followed her music for years, and reviewed her career as it has evolved. 37 more words



I didn’t like the dog I had when I was growing up. She was not a love-match. We got Nina when my brother’s dog had an unassigned hook-up with Louie. 120 more words