In this installment we’re going to explore The Skinny Pancake group, one of the early harbingers of fast-casual localvore aspirational-concept chain-reterritorialization of Vermont’s fine dining scene.
Category: News & Analysis
During the month of October, Migrant Justice’s Milk with Dignity campaign made stops in seven states for an impressive 29 presentations in as many days.
Until the day of the “Exposing Critical Racism Tour” event sponsored by Turning Point USA, no one knew the location for the event. Headlining would be TPUSA’s fascist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, sexist founder, Charlie Kirk.
ast month, Eric Warnstedt of Hen of the Wood, along with multiple downtown Burlington businesses, published a statement claiming that their employees and taxpaying customers “do not feel safe” going to and from their restaurant at night. The letter, which focuses on nebulous safety concerns for customers and staff, circulated widely and was part of a successful push to institute and fundraise for the Burlington Business Association’s private security Downtown Ambassador Program.
On September 13, 2021 the Burlington Department of Public Works presented the Champlain Parkway Contract Amendment and South End Construction Coordination Plan. This came together
According to records obtained by The Rake Vermont, Joan Shannon solicited Police Chief Jon Murad for a job on behalf of her daughter.
Each day, residents of the Sears Lane encampment face the threat of complete removal of their dwellings, thanks to Burlington’s longstanding, years-long push toward the camp’s removal.
Do you need some civic education? Former Ward 8 city councilor Adam Roof and others involved in the Vermont Democratic Party believe they can help
On Saturday at Leddy Beach in Burlington, Migrant Justice kicked off a speaking tour that will hold events throughout New England, giving updates on Milk with Dignity’s accomplishments and urging Hannaford to add its more than 180 supermarkets to the program.