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Plan to Change Your Plans

April 27, 2011


By Camille Dodson For me, traveling to a new place usually brings about a mix of two emotions: excitement and anxiety.  I love being in new places, seeing the sights and how people live, but the hard part is always getting there. For someone who has done more than her fair share of traveling, I […]

The Older North End

April 26, 2011


By Camille Dodson From the brightly colored homes to the ethnically diverse markets, the buildings and businesses of Burlington’s Old North End are as unique as it’s inhabitants. A Burlington Free Press article published on April 10, 2011 reported that the Old North End section of Burlington is the most diverse area in Vermont. Many […]

The Burlington Hash House Harriers: Catch Them if You Can

April 15, 2011


By Camille Dodson (BURLINGTON, VT)–The Hash House Harriers are drinkers with a running problem, or so they say. Actually, they seem to have no problem running with bellies full of PBR. The Burlington Harriers are just one chapter of network of runners that spans the globe with almost 2000 Hash groups in 185 countries. The […]

Vermont Zen Center Offers Peace and Quiet

March 18, 2011


Camille Dodson Vermont Zen Center Offers Peace and Quiet From the picturesque Shelburne Farms, to the museum, the Vineyard, and the Teddy Bear factory, Shelburne, VT has its share of appealing attractions. However, some people might be surprised to learn that Shelburne is also home to the Vermont Zen Center, a gathering place for Buddhists. […]