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    September 21, 2016

    Ladies and Gentlemen… Paramount Pr...

    By Courtney Parker While he may not be doing the salsa, mamba, or foxtrot across the Paramount stage, the theatre’s programming director, Eric Malle...
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    September 21, 2016

    Up to the challenge: Sheila McCutcheon a...

    By Janelle Faignant Correspondent Sheila McCutcheon, Thomas Hartigan’s professional dance partner in Dancing with the Rutland Stars, has been dancin...
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    September 14, 2016

    Dancing to their own tune: Tom Cohen and...

    By Janelle Faignant On their first meeting, he came with a song in mind. She wasn’t so sure about it. “It’s one of the Grateful Dead’s songs,...
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    September 14, 2016

    In the swing: Sara Gilbert and David All...

    By Courtney Widli Correspondent Sara Gilbert took her summer months from the boardroom to the dance floor as the assistant director of the Rutland Eco...
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    September 7, 2016

    Getting out of the comfort zone

    By Rob Mitchell How do you get to the Paramount Theatre? For the Dancing with the Rutland Stars competition, it’s practice, practice, practice. The ...
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Ladies and Gentlemen… Paramount Programming Director Prepares for DWTRS Emcee Role

By Courtney Parker While he may not be doing the salsa, mamba, or foxtrot across the Paramount stage, the theatre’s programming director, Eric Mallette, will play an equally important part…

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Up to the challenge: Sheila McCutcheon and Thomas Hartigan are both learning as they go

By Janelle Faignant Correspondent Sheila McCutcheon, Thomas Hartigan’s professional dance partner in Dancing with the Rutland Stars, has been dancing since the age of 3. That’s not unusual for the…

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+FIVE: September 22-28, 2016

REELY ROCKSConcert with Gypsy ReelSept. 237:30 p.m.Tinmouth Old Firehouse7 Mountain View RoadTinmouthTinmouth Old Firehouse Concert with Gypsy Reel, This little old grange hall with great acoustics is a lovely setting…

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AN END OF AN ERA: One family’s legacy of community journalism

By SUSAN SMALLHEER Correspondent The threat of conservative newspaper publisher William Loeb — think the 2016 equivalent of Rupert Murdoch — buying the Rutland Daily Herald 70 years ago was…

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READER BULLETINS: September 22-28, 2016

PITTSFORD SHEEP FESTIVALThe Rutland Area Shepherds (RAS) will hold the 23nd Annual Pittsford Sheep Festival on Sunday, October 9, 2016. The Festival will be held at the Pittsford Recreation Center…

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NIGHTLIFE: September 22-28, 2016

Poultney: Sept. 23 Have strings, will travel The duo of Jake Geppert and Gary Wade, known as Unified String Theory, juggle guitar, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, harmonica and more, covering George…

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Southern exposure: ‘Atlanta’ is standout fall premier

By Jim Sabataso Correspondent Donald Glover is a busy guy. Since being hired as a writer on “30 Rock” at the age of 21, he’s been on the move. He’s…

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ARTS PREVIEW: September 22-28, 2016

BELLOWS FALLSNative American fluteStone Church Arts launches its 12th season with two concerts at the Stone Church on the hill, 20 Church St., featuring Gary Stroutsos, world flute master. At…

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VSO Made in Vermont: Young composer celebrates his home state

By Jim Lowe The Lowe Down Upper Valley-bred composer Zach Sheets looked to his roots when composing his new piece for the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. “(The) piece has to do…

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Center marks National Recovery Month:

By Patrick McArdle Correspondent September is National Recovery Month, but that’s nothing unusual to the Turning Point Center of Rutland. A tag sale will take place Sept. 25 at their…