The majority of the candidates for Representative to Congress are opposed to a natural gas pipeline running underneath Lake Champlain in Vermont. Matthew Andrews, Liberty Union Party candidate, announced good news of an upcoming Protest, and the majority of candidates clapped their hands in applause.
"Pirate Captain Cris Ericson" announced that because the U.S. Supreme Court wrote an Opinion declaring that Corporations are "persons" and because the U.S. Congress did not Impeach them, which the U.S. Congress had the legal right to do, then, that proved the U.S. Congress is in favor of Corporations being "persons" and she - Pirate Captain Cris Ericson, was going to "take back" America away from the control of Corporations and give it back to We, the People. She wore a Pirate hat to emphasize her point.
Time for some magical keyboard playing by master funkateer Bernie Worrell. This show has him playing in Minneapolis with the Bernie Worrell Orchestra, touring after a release of an album of jazz standards.
This show mixes his classics with these new interpretations, and is quite the hour and half of musicianship.
In addition to seeing him with P-Funk many times, I had the pleasure of seeing Bernie play in Boston at the Middle East as a solo artist. It was an embarrassingly small crowd for someone of his musical stature, but he played as if his life depended on it and we were treated to an excellent small show.
On Saturday, November 1, 2014 the VT Yankee Nuclear Power Plant will be conducting the annual test of the warning sirens in all EPZ towns in Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
The sirens will be activated at 12 noon and will sound for a full three (3) minutes.
Please direct any questions to Mark Gilmore, VT Yankee at 802-258-4168.
-Town Manager's Office
The Citizen Police Communications Committee will meet on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 5:30pm at the Brooks Memorial Library in the community room.
Brattleboro Town Manager's Office
The Brattleboro Traffic Safety Committee will meet on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 8:30am in the Selectboard meeting room at the Municipal Center.
Brattleboro Town Manager's Office
Twilight Music and Next Stage Arts Project present International Bluegrass Music Association award-winning mandolin prodigy Sierra Hull and her Tennessee-based bluegrass quintet Highway 111 at Next Stage on Sunday, October 26 at 7:30 pm.
Sierra Hull is a leading light in the new generation of bluegrass musicians. Her phenomenal mandolin playing, eloquent vocals and musical maturity well beyond her years have drawn comparisons to Alison Krauss. A seasoned performer, Sierra has appeared on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion” and the Grand Ole Opry radio and television shows, as well as at numerous music festivals including Merlefest, the Newport Folk Festival, Rockygrass and the Carnegie Hall Family Concert Series. She has shared the stage with the likes of Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, Ricky Skaggs, Bobby McFerrin and Edgar Meyer.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. And then try one more time.
Such was the unintentional but rewarding path the Brattleboro Selectboard embarked upon almost 16 months ago in a search for a new Town Manager. Along the way, multiple searches were undertaken as selected candidates declined to take the offered position.
The searching has come to an end with a signed contract between the Town of Brattleboro and Peter Elwell, the current Town Manager of Palm Beach, FL being executed Thursday evening by the Selectboard.
Selectboard Chair David Gartenstein said that Elwell has the experience, perspective, vision, and attention to detail that the job requires. Elwell was in town for interviews last Friday and Monday.
with Thomas Garbarino, Lic.Ac, M.Ac.
You are your best healer! Come learn how each and everyone of us is born with the innate gift to heal ourselves. In this half-day intensive, you will experience simple and profound ways to awaken your body’s innate healing ability while deepening your capacity to relax and enjoy your life more completely. Participants will leave with a renewed and empowered sense of health and well-being. All are welcome; no experience required.
Due to this week’s inclement weather, we may need to drive pile Saturday at Bridge 8 adjacent to Upper Dummerston. We understand that the noise from the pile driving may affect people in the area. Unfortunately, this is a situation we cannot avoid because of equipment availability limitations. We will wait until 9:00 AM to begin driving operations. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Upper Dummerston Road Closure Update: October 29th 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Based on weather forecasts, the closure of Upper Dummerston Road has been rescheduled to Wednesday, October 29th, from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM to allow work on the new bridge that will span Upper Dummerston Road. If this closure needs to be rescheduled due to weather, we will inform stakeholders a minimum of 72 hours in advance after the team is able to confirm forecasted weather conditions are acceptable for work to proceed.
New Poll Results for VT U.S. Congress Candidates & Information for Thursday Oct. 23 VT U.S. Congress DebateBy CrisEricson2014 | Wed, October 22 2014
New POLL statistics for candidates for U.S. Representative to Congress Oct. 22, 2014. Please keep in mind that the Republican and Democrat candidate have been invited to many debates which the other candidates were wrongfully excluded from. This is how corporations have taken control of America, because Corporations control newspapers, radio stations and television stations, and they only invite candidates who will do their bidding in Washington, D.C. to debates. It's up to you to chose betewen government of, by and for the Corporate "Person", or government of, by and for we the people.
World Illuminated by Imagination: How Does A Library Illuminate Your Imagination? Brooks Memorial LibraryBy Namaya | Wed, October 22 2014
Last week of the art show at the Library - A world illuminated by Imagination! And the 100 Flowers of Peace banners
“A World Illuminated by Imagination” to celebrate the library, the enchantment of books, and how they enrich our lives and communities. The exhibit has several parts: The design in the window “How does a library illuminate your Imagination?”; 100 Flowers of Peace poem which is now translated into l05 languages on display in the mezzanine; and the celebrated collection of poems Vermont My Home mounted on slate with Namaya’s photos of Vermontwww.vermontartpoetry.com. All the art work is for sale and a portion of proceeds will benefit Brooks Memorial Library and www.gracecares.org.
The Brattleboro Selectboard will hold a special meeting on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 5:15pm in the Selectboard meeting room at the Municipal Center.
Brattleboro Town Manager's Office
October 25, Saturday at 7:30 pm, Guilford continues its celebration of the 100th birthday of Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas, with his masterpiece, Under Milk Wood, a Play for Voices. Broad Brook Grange presents this performance, which takes place upstairs on stage at the Grange in Guilford Center, just two days before the poet’s actual birthday. General admission is $10; $5 for seniors.
The Packer Corners Players, our region’s most reclusive theater group, will be the readers, bringing back their 1968 private performance at Packer Corners Farm, and their 25th anniversary revival in 1993.
PORNOGRAPHY OF WAR in AN AGE OF DESIRE
At the Art Rageous Gallery at Harmony Parking. This multimedia show by Namaya, is an on going show that through art, word, performance, and design looks at the cost of war and militarism and its impact on society.