Money & Relationships
Help for the hirsute
Jason Gross recently launched Vermont Beard and Mustache Company.
beard care line
By Stephanie Choate
Jason Gross has had a beard nearly all his life, normally trimmed short. But an office beard-growing competition got him started on a new career path.
ìIt got itchy and scraggly, and I shaved it because I couldnít stand it,î he... [Read more of this article]
Vermont’s wages below average
Vermonters make less than the national average, according to employment and wage data released by the New England Information Office of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The data is derived from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, which obtains data from unemployment insurance summaries.
The report found that average weekly wages in all... [Read more of this article]
Living on Love
By Christine Moriarty
“Living on Love” is an Alan Jackson song, not a proper strategy for a financial relationship with your partner. Living together and sharing a life with someone is the single most intimate and personal thing you can do. Part of that intimacy is sharing your money and your financial life and learning how to talk about your financial... [Read more of this article]
Art & Entertainment
Art Off the Beaten Track
By Phyl Newbeck
When Vermonters talk about galleries, we generally think of the more populated municipalities like Burlington, Stowe and Montpelier. While there are numerous venues for art lovers in those cities and towns, there are other, smaller areas which have an impressive array of galleries to choose from, just off the beaten track.
Not far from... [Read more of this article]
South End Art Hop to Celebrate 22nd Year
The South End Arts and Business Association will present the 22nd Annual South End Art Hop Sept. 5-7.
The Hop brings thousands of residents, visitors and the community together to celebrate the dynamic art and culture of Burlington. “This year, we are celebrating our 22nd Annual South End Art Hop and it’s sure to have a few new surprises. Last... [Read more of this article]
‘Let’s Dance!’ VSO Summer Festival Tour
The annual Vermont Symphony Orchestra presents its popular TD Bank Summer Festival Tour in eight locations throughout the state beginning in late June.
Music lovers can celebrate the long-awaited coming of summer with picnics, music and fireworks. From June 26 through July 6, the orchestra will tour the state. “The Summer Festival Tour is a cherished... [Read more of this article]