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This week, host Jeremy Krug discusses the best places for fall foliage across the country. In our Along the Way... segment, you'll travel up to southern Vermont to experience Highway 100, known as Vermont's Main Street" to get a taste of rural New England life.
In our This Week in Travel segment, you'll learn how the federal government shutdown has affected roadtrippers and the entire travel industry.
Don't miss this week's episode of Road Trip Radio, where we'll be bringing you another hour of roadtripping, talk, and fun!
Scandal – Episode 308: Vermont Is for Lovers, Too
This week on Scandal, the investigation into Operation Remington continues. Will we learn more about Mama Pope? At the same time, Olivia Pope & Associates must deal with a potential crisis on the Josie Marcus campaign. Back at the White House, Cyrus continues his quest to take down Sally Langston, with unintended consequences. Meanwhile, Quinn still exists, and is now owned by B-613. Join Tash, Tiffany, and Lucia to discuss the latest D.C. drama on Saturday, November 23 at 8:00pm ET.
Today's guest, Gail W. Braman, tells a hilarious tale of what happens when her husband retires and she tells him not to come home for lunch. He takes his wife at her word, and instead buys a golf course in rural Vermont. And what does this result in, if you will pardon the expression, “Balls.” This is Author’s Beat, sponsored by The Writers League of the Villages in central Florida. This program is hosted by award-winning author Mark Newhouse and produced and directed by award-winning journalist Don Canaan.. Despite floods, llamas and unpredictable customers, the newly-retired couple learn how to function as a team. Some may describe “Balls” as a survival course but Author’s Beat just feels it’s a funny how-not-to-do-it book. “Balls” is available from Gail’s web site. http://www.home.comcast.net/~gwbraman/ or by writing her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tune in for an update from Ireland with Mike de Jong of CREWE about the efforts to stop the Midlands of Ireland from becoming England’s wind ghetto. Two companies are targeting five counties in the Midlands for a total of 1,150 turbines — just as a start. Click here for the video from PrimeTime’s documentary that aired on 12 February 2013. Also, we are pleased to have Vermont State Senator, Bob Hartwell on the program. Senator Hartwell is the chair of the Natural Resources & Energy Committee which passed S.30 this past week. S.30 calls for wind developments to be judged under the criteria of Act 250. The moratorium portion of the bill was removed at the last minute.
This special show will be devoted to my upcoming event on December 11, 2013 at the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont. I have received questions and I want to answer those as well as to fill you in on all of the exciting happenings of the day. If you are looking for breakthroughs in 2014, if you want to think and believe bigger, if you want to enjoy your work and your life at a higher level, if you finally want to figure out what you want and to make a plan to get it- TUNE INTO THIS SHOW!!
Windswept News with David, Lisa and Harley -- The DRAMA from DOWN UNDA as debate begins in the Australian Parliament on Senators Madigan and Xenophon's amendment to tighten up turbine noise and infrasound regulations; An update on the signature campaign to help Scotland; and much more
Viewpoints from Vermont -- we will hear from Luke Snelling, the Executive Director of Energize Vermont; more from Noreen Hession and Mark Whitworth; and an extended interview with Vermont Senator Bob Hartwell regarding the efforts for a 3-year moratorium and re-establishing the primacy of Act 250.
John McDonough the Director of the Center for Public Health Leadership at Harvard explains Vermont’s moves towards Single Payer healthcare, Dr. Cheryl Phillips Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Advocacy at Leading Age explains “Hot Spotting”, and Robert Kraig of Citizen Action Wisconsin explains the … Continue reading →
Please join us as we talk with leaders in the struggle for smart alternative energy solutions in Vermont.
Lukas B. Snelling, Executive Director, Energize Vermont Geoff Goll, Hydrologist, Princeton Hydro Steve Wright, Former Commissioner of Fish & Wildlife Department We will discuss the current situation in Lowell Mountain, Sheffield, Searsburg, the currrent regulatory environment, and other projects and issues involving industrial scale wind turbines in Vermont.
Vermont Brownie Company was born on New Years Day 2008. We had just finished snowshoeing and were warming up at a local pizza place. And we were doing what a lot of people do on New Years Day, DREAMING! We both mentioned how great it would be to start our own company. But we both knew the reality of getting a business off the ground included long hours and a special commitment in order to create something worthwhile and long lasting. One thing we knew for sure was it had to be fun! We had a tough time coming up with something more fun than brownies.
That's when we set off on our journey to create a company that would help support our local community and make people everywhere feel good. That meant putting our aprons on and getting to work. We baked dozens and dozens of brownies until we came up with the perfect recipe! I have to tell you, our friends and family loved this process. But it's actually kind of funny...you would think that tasting all of those brownies would be a real treat, but it's actually a bit much after a while. That's of course until we came up with the brownie that would be our "Signature" Vermont Brownie Company brownie. That one we could eat every day! Not too cakey, not too fudgy - just right.
You will be treated to an evening of Horror Poetry written by two of the contributors to The Ladies and Gentlemen of Horror Anthology.
Matthew Fitzgerald - Matt was just a kid when he wrote his first story. At eight years old, he penned a tale of two brothers orchestrating a daring rescue to break their grandfather out of a hospital, where he was being held against his will. The story was a way of exploring his own need to help his grandfather, who was spending a prolonged duration in the hospital during a struggle with brain tumors. Matt had learned at a young age that books could provide adventures and absolutions otherwise unavailable to us, but couldn’t quite find the one needed for this, so he wrote it himself. It’s of some import to note that Matt is a poet first and foremost. He went to St. Michael’s College in Vermont, where he majored in English literature. While there, he also explored a love for theater and theater management, one he had built while working at the local community college theater through high school. Inspired by a more flowery script, he dove into Shakepseare, Poe, and Johnson- he is always looking for those weird abstracts that have a knack for returning the dive by staying with us, even after the story is over.
William Morrow - For the past five years, William Morrow has served his country as a soldier in the United States Army; deployed twice Afghanistan in 2009, with 3/82 AVN REGT, 82ND CAB, Ft. Bragg for six months and Kuwait/Iraq with 416TH TC, 260TH QM BN(Deactivated), Hunter Army AirField in 2010, for one year. Mr. Morrow is a veteran with two world tours under his belt and proud of his service. Getting out of the army next year and looking forward to his future. Mr. Morrow is a dark poet heavily influenced by H.P. Lovecraft and R.E. Howard.
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