Above the fold: The intricacies of Rain Hi’s origami

On the last day of January, Mount St. Joseph Academy in Rutland will open its doors to exhibit art from its students and Christ the King School as well. Among…

+FIVE: January 18-24, 2018

Emergency Services Personnel Appreciation NightJan. 19, 7 p.m.Spartan ArenaRoute 7 South, behind Diamond Run Mall, RutlandAll local law enforcement, firefighters and EMT/paramedics will be admitted free to the Castleton men’s…

READER BULLETINS: January 11-17, 2018

To list your event in the Reader Bulletins email editor@rutlandreader.comTHE VILLAGE FARM COMMUNITY FORUMThursday, January 18 at 6 p.m. at Lothrop Elementary School Gym, Pittsford. A community gathering to share…

ARTS PREVIEW: January 18-24, 2018

BRANDONDeb BrissonAt 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, Brandon Music will welcome back Deb Brisson and the Hay Burners. Led by Brisson’s powerful, expressive vocals, this group of veteran Addison County…

Cold, Wet Socks Are What The Doctor Ordered

By Lindsay Courcelle A HEALTHY DOSE The other day I was watching the evening news at my in-laws’ when I realized that, in the span of one commercial break, I…

Technical difficulties: ‘Black Mirror’ season four struggles to live up to past greatness

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent It was inevitable that the novelty of “Black Mirror” would eventually wear off. When Charlie Brooker’s tech-paranoia anthology series first premiered on the BBC in 2011,…

‘The Zig-Zag Woman’ and ‘WASP’: Actors’ Rep brings Steve Martin to the Paramount

By JANELLE FAIGNANT Arts Correspondent For as long as entertainers have been entertaining, last-minute mishaps have been part of the business. And yet, shows are pulled off so that the…

Rutland Blooms gives $25K to Marketplace

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer A local beautification project, Rutland Blooms, made a $25,000 donation to the city recently to help complete the Center Street Marketplace project, where Rutland Blooms…

‘Real Rutland’ funding sees progress

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer Rutland City’s community and economic development committee has voted to approve $16,000 from the city for a regional marketing campaign. Lyle Jepson, executive director for…

Bowse Trust picks programs to back

By Patrick McArdle Staff Writer A committee overseeing a fund to support programs intended to promote good health in the Rutland County area has selected the three latest projects to…