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“I play pinball a lot,” says Steve Daniels. He stands in front of a row of loud, flashing machines at the Pinball Coop in South Burlington.

Liz LaVorgna and Shanta L.E. / Perfect Imperfections

Two Vermont photographers are tackling the problem of negative self-perception head on in their new project, Perfect Imperfections.

Karen Mallory of Walpole, New Hampshire recommended the Steel Wheels simulcast to benefit brain cancer research on Saturday, March 28th at 7:30. The concert at Bellows Falls Opera House is sold out and Popolo Restaurant will simulcast the concert live on Concert Window and show it on their big screen. Make reservations here.

Stephen Martin

Orville Gibson went missing before dawn on the morning of New Years Eve in 1957. Three months later, his body was found in the Connecticut River, his legs and arms bound with rope.

Between Catamount Arts' PoemTown celebration and a full slate of events offered by Northeast Storytellers, National Poetry Month will be a busy time in St. Johnsbury. April events range from poetry slams to a Robert Frost remembrance and are open to all, from poetry novices or aficionados.

Monika Rivard / Rebel Yell

It’s a romantic notion: heading out to a cabin in the middle of woods, completely detached from civilization, ready to create whatever it is you were born to create.

Two Vermonters have taken this dream and turned it into reality with Rebel Yell, a cabin in the Northeast Kingdom set on 140 acres of solitude where artists can write, record and be creative without distraction.

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The film Boy Meets Girl is in some ways a very traditional “Will they, won’t they?” love story, but also works to break the stereotype of what love looks like in 2015.

Many have had to sit through diversity training when starting a new job or participating in school orientation. Tonight, students at Lyndon State College will be treated to a unique diversity program.

Stowe Dance Academy

Arts patron John Vickery of Burlington suggested Bach in the Subways with local classical musicians celebrating Johann Sebastian Bach's 330th birthday with free concerts at Burlington Town Center on Saturday, March 21st from 11 a.m. till 4 p.m.

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