Not only are these manufacturers the backbone of Bennington’s continued innovation, but they also are some of its best-kept secrets. Here are a few you might not know about …
When Ellen Ecker Ogden moved to a 10-acre farm in Landgrove, Vt., in 1980, she didn’t envision herself as a nationally respected author of gardening books and cookbooks. Since then, the Manchester Village resident has authored several garden- and cooking-related titles, with her latest release, “The New Heirloom Garden” a garden design and cookbook all in one.
No better time than 2021, an inaugural year, to visit Hildene’s ‘American Ideal’ exhibit Conjure up an image of our 16th president and most likely, the visage of Abraham Lincoln includes his stovepipe hat. Although the president owned more than one iconic hat — which he used to carry his paperwork as a young attorney,… Continue reading ‘With malice toward none, with charity for all’
Holly Near concert to benefit 1,000-tree reforestation effort
If you’re in the mood for Shakespeare this summer, you won’t have to look too hard to find a venue producing the Bard of Avon’s tales.
The Robert Frost Stone House Museum puts literary history on display
They have been part of the Green Mountain landscape for almost two centuries, ready to welcome a traveler in need of provisions or a local for anything from winter wear to a lug wrench. They are known as purveyors of everything from the necessary to the useless but fun, from the grassroots to the upscale.
Distillery raises a glass, or two, to the Spirits of Old Bennington
A visit to Mount Equinox offers history, panoramas, gifts and solitude.
If ever a region could be called “Rockwell Country,” it would be southwest Vermont and the Berkshires of Massachusetts.