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Kathleen Gurney continues to follow her own path with Salsa Sisters By Bob AudetteVermont Country BRATTLEBORO — Kathleen Gurney, originally from Memphis, a hamlet in upstate New York, started making salsa for family and friends and for cookouts and barbecues. And like
Pair of wedding-reliant Southern Vermont businesses deftly dodge the COVID-19 pandemic By Bob AudetteUpCountry Magazine Brides and grooms and their loved ones aren’t the only folks who needed to shift nuptial plans because of COVID-19. Part of the wedding economy in Southern
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Why would an artist, settled comfortably on a still life of a dirt road, want to invest all of one’s savings and sweat into creating an urbane downtown gallery?
Vermonter Petria Mitchell had a reason.
“[Mixing is] my most favorite portion of this process,” Arrindell said. “Especially when I get left alone, or if you leave me alone, or send me materials to work with. I love when I’m left to my own and I can do