I was sitting at the bar in the Stowe McDonald’s the other day, enjoying some free General Tso’s chicken wings with a Scottish red ale while waiting for a couple of inside-out rolls to arrive.
It was Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. in 1918 in France, and the signatures carefully added to the document on the table put an end to fighting by sea, land and air in World War I, bringing relief to overwrought, grief-stricken nations.
Vermont’s natural landscape is many things at once. Sometimes it’s subdued and all-encompassing, where the backdrop invites the viewer to slowly take it all in. And sometimes it just walks up to you, licks your face and says, moo.
A week before the top tennis players in the globe descend on Queens, N.Y. for the 2018 U.S. Open, some of those players will serve up a tournament appetizer at the foot of Spruce Peak.
Stowe is an alluring destination for many pursuits and interests — ski capital of the East, world-class beers and restaurants, stunning natural beauty with a flourishing arts scene to match — but the next souvenir you bring home might be a little more permanent than a print or a painting.
Find things to do this week in Stowe, Waterbury, Morrisville and across the county: community, exhibits, film and theater, kid-friendly, meetings, music and nightlife, sports and outdoors, talks, workshops and more.