VT Agency of Natural Resources Announces Implementation date of the Universal Recycling Law 06/25/2015
Author Fay Webern, 88,reads from her book “The Button Thief of East 14th Street: Scenes from a Life on the Lower East Side 1927-1957 at The Light Club Lamp Shop connected to The Radio Bean in Burlington. Introduced by Peg Tassey who has been producing video readings of Fay's writing and put together this live showing.
"Fay Webern was born to Russian-Jewish immigrant parents on the Lower East Side of NYC in 1927 and grew up living at the Lavanburg Homes, the first experimental utopian housing communities for low-income families in America. Her stories capture the struggle, the heart and the humor of a poor and tightly knit community living through the Great Depression, and continue into the 1950’s as the postwar arts scene in NYC, which Fay was part of, blossomed.
Fay writes about her mother, descended from Russian Socialist revolutionaries, who did everything from chicken-plucking to peanut-peddling to keep the family going, and her father, a garment worker paid by the piece with four children to feed."
On the Waterfront: BREAKAWAY - An On-Line Game to End Violent Behavior Against Women & Girls 06/17/2015
Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Professor Ann DeMarie, Associate Dean and Director of Champlain College's Emergent Media Center, and Jennifer Adrian, Creative Communication Coordinator at the Emergent Media Center regarding BREAKAWAY - An on-line game to end violent behavior against women and girls . http://emergentmedia.champlain.edu/
Senator Patrick Leahy, University of Vermont President Tom Sullivan and representatives of nine Vermont colleges and universities announce major five-year federal grant to keep Vermont on the cutting edge of biomedical research.
Partner institutions include Saint Michael’s College, Lyndon State College, Castleton State College, Norwich University, Green Mountain College, Middlebury College, Johnson State College, the Community College of Vermont and Landmark College.
Road to Recovery - Screening and Assessments For Mental and Substance Use Disorders: The Role of Primary Care 06/01/2015
Road to Recovery - Screening and Assessments For Mental and Substance Use Disorders: The Role of Primary Care
Held at the South Burlington Veterans Memorial, and sponsored by the South Burlington Veteran's Memorial Committee. The ceremony includes placing of the wreath, SBHS Chamber Singers, and a Tribute for Memorial Day.
Created by Channel 17 intern, Hollee Candido. This video outlines the project of Madeleine Hatoum, a senior at the Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, creating a display of tiny homes to bring awareness to the issue of homelessness and the work of Spectrum.
80 year old Elsa Dahl shares her record breaking participation in the sport of weighlifting. She speaks with Antonio L. Nazario on her training, skill and motivation.
5:25 AMVermont Gubernatorial Forum
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