• A Perfect Weekend Getaway in Bristol
    A Perfect Weekend Getaway in Bristol

    When I'm visiting Bristol, Vermont, the small town reminds me of a place out west I’ve never visited, like Park City or Durango. Historic, flat-roofed buildings with striped awnings and American flags line Main Street, where it’s nearly impossible to miss the gorgeous, dramatic view of...

  • 20 Things to Do in Vermont this Fall
    20 Things to Do in Vermont this Fall

    Looking for fun things to do in Vermont this fall? Here are 20 ideas to help you make the most of fall foliage season in the Green Mountain State. (updated Sept. 13, 2019) Find Your Way Through a Corn Maze in Danville The largest maze in New...

  • 9 Places to Go Biking in Vermont
    9 Places to Go Biking in Vermont

    Vermont has no shortage of incredible biking options. Whether you’re into serious mountain biking or like to ride at your own pace on recreational bike paths, Vermont has plenty to choose from. Here are 9 places to enjoy some of the best Vermont biking: Kingdom Trails in East...

  • The Putney General Store Starts a New Chapter
    The Putney General Store Starts a New Chapter

    Lyssa Papazian never pictured herself running a country store. But when the Putney General Store closed in December 2016, she stepped in to help reopen the business and manage operations. Lyssa, a historic preservation consultant and Putney Historical Society board member, manages the store with fellow...

  • Happy Vermonters: Brian Cook Finds Fulfillment in His Hometown
    Happy Vermonters: Brian Cook Finds Fulfillment in His Hometown

    “The small world component you find in Vermont works for me because I think it encourages you to diversify your life. I grew up in Norwich and lived in different parts of the country—Missouri, Boston, and New Jersey—and eventually returned here with my wife and...

  • Happy Vermonters: Why Michael Knapp Calls Brattleboro Home
    Happy Vermonters: Why Michael Knapp Calls Brattleboro Home

    “I’m an entrepreneur and started a software company out of my basement back in 2000. I know there are parts of the tech industry that very much belong here—technology to help with sustainability, environmental protection, energy efficiency, and K-12 education. I’ve been interested in social...

  • 4 Northeast Kingdom Outdoor Activities to Enjoy this Summer
    4 Northeast Kingdom Outdoor Activities to Enjoy this Summer

    When it comes to Northeast Kingdom outdoor activities, Vermont's most rural region has everything you could ask for. It’s easy to spend your days in this remote corner of Vermont biking, paddling, fishing, or hiking. This area of Vermont is home to more than 37,500...

  • Happy Vermonters: Woodworker Matt Ogelby Finds Inspiration in the Mountains
    Happy Vermonters: Woodworker Matt Ogelby Finds Inspiration in the Mountains

    "I found out early on that I was happiest in the mountains and in the woods. I feel lucky that I was able to recognize that part of myself because it helped me figure out that I wanted to go to UVM and raise my...

  • 10 of the Best Vermont Restaurants for Local Food
    10 of the Best Vermont Restaurants for Local Food

    In Vermont, there is no shortage of incredible restaurants serving up local fare like grass-fed beef, fresh greens, Vermont cheeses, seasonable vegetables, and hoppy brews.  To put together a list of recommendations, I reached out to friends and colleagues in the Vermont food scene for...

  • Happy Vermonters: Kendall Lambert and James Merriam Return to their Roots
    Happy Vermonters: Kendall Lambert and James Merriam Return to their Roots

    "I'm a libertarian and pagan, and James is a socialist and pastor here in Newport. Our dinner conversations are never dull, as you can imagine, but it's nice that we can challenge each other. We agree what it means to be a good person and...