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On anniversary of his death, Dan Goossen remembered as one of a kind

A year ago Tuesday, the boxing world mourned the shockingly unexpected loss of one of the very best guys in the business.

Dan Goossen, a giant of a man who lived life to the fullest, was 64 when he succumbed to liver cancer. 946 more words


Boys' Soccer Takes A Triumphant Win Over River Hill

Photos: Hunter Hall

Words: Michael Moore

On Thursday, September 25, the Centennial Boys’ Soccer team took the field to play defending state champion River Hill in a battle of the top two teams in the county. 286 more words

Centennial High School

An interview with Tom Brown

Has art always been a passion of yours? When did you decide to become an artist?

Art has been a particular passion of mine almost as far back as I can recall. 1,706 more words


A monument departs

Well, geez. I go out of town for a few days, and the Easter Island Statue of Vermont media gets up and leaves.

Veteran Vermont journalist Mark Johnson announced Monday he will be leaving WDEV radio to take a position as senior reporter/editor at the online news site, VTDigger.

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The Media

Graphic Novel Review: The Raven's Child

What do you get when you take Katniss Everdeen, Batman, and a splash of Tim Burton and HP Lovecraft? You get The Raven’s Child, a new graphic novel from writer Thomas Sniegoski and artist Tom Brown. 552 more words

Comic Book Reviews

Assisting the artist

This week, The Raven’s Child comes out. It’s a graphic novel written by New York Times best selling author Thomas Sneigoski, and illustrated by my other half, the adorable and very talented Tom Brown. 496 more words