Category Archives: Downtown Rutland

+Five: March 6-12, 2014

Richard Shindell Saturday, March 8, 8 p.m. The Paramount Theatre, Rutland Shindell’s songwriting is truly eclectic, ranging from lighthearted ballads and adulterous love songs, to dirges and diatribes that skillfully…

‘Shiver Me Shamrocks’: Race to benefit kids’ museum

By JOSHUA BASSETT  |  Correspondent Runners hoping to raise money for the children’s museum in Rutland can participate in the first ever “Shiver Me Shamrocks 5K” race set for March…

small bites: Dine in the DTR edition

By STEVE PETERS SMALL BITES Warm up in downtown Rutland next week with the “Dig In 2014 for $20.14” promotion (Feb. 3-Feb. 6) at nine of your favorite restaurants. Take a…

Coming to fruition: Rebecca Buonadonna wants to take Downtown Rutland to the ‘next level’

By JOANNA TEBBS YOUNG CORRESPONDENT When I saw another upscale women’s clothing shop go in on the corner of West and Merchants, I admit, after watching its predecessor’s demise, I…

Drawn to the light in Rutland

By JOANNA TEBBS YOUNG CIRCLES OF COMMUNITY We’re deep in December. It’s cold. It’s dark. We are all yearning for light and warmth. No matter your personal reason for the…

Welcome to Muckenschnabel’s

By PATRICK GRIFFIN RUT YOU SEE Recent sign upgrade notwithstanding, the facade could not be less inviting. A big, burly bouncer with a $2 haircut would be more helpful. But…

9 Merchants Row, Rutland

By RICHARD BROWN RUTLAND: THEN & NOW It’s not certain when The First National grocery chain came to Rutland. This photo is from 1950. Sometime later, again at an uncertain…

Fiddle Jam at Merchants Hall Dec. 10

STAFF REPORT (via Rutland Herald) RUTLAND — South Starksboro fiddler and caller Lausanne Allen will lead the Wild Wood Music Co-op’s second fiddle jam Tuesday, Dec. 10, at Merchants Hall. Dancing…