"The Plot" by Jean Hanff Korelitz; Celadon Books (336 pages, $28) ——— “Where did you get the idea for your book?” If you’ve ever been to an author event or a book signing, you’ve heard that question. If you’re a published author, you’ve heard it many, many times. For some authors, it’s welcome and flattering. For others, it provokes an inner eye roll. But the follow-up can make authors ...
"This one for us is super important just by the nature of who the group brings together, and it's an opportunity to tell our story in a unique way," Visit Casper CEO Brook Kaufman said.
While the number of electric vehicles on the road is still small, the amount continues to rise.
Vermont is now the first state to legally require composting from its citizens. A look at the process of composting and how it’s now the law o…
Sanders stayed in the race until June four years ago, fueled in no small part by his Michigan primary victory. This time, the path going forward looks much different.
GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA, Calif. - I recently violated federal law high in the Marin Headlands overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. How? By riding an electric bike for a mile along the Julian Trail, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The trail is popular with hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. It was an accident. That old fire road is part of a vast regulatory ...
Manchester is a popular getaway in southern Vermont, tucked up high in the Green Mountains. Spring temperatures come late here, so this is a great destination for travelers looking to hit the slopes or explore the charming towns of Vermont when there's still a chill in the air (apple cider, anyone?).
LUDLOW, Vt. (AP) — A moose got stuck on an active railroad bridge in Vermont and was removed and relocated with minimal injuries, state fish and wildlife officials said.
A nor'easter was the culprit of this Thanksgiving storm in 2014. In Albany, New York, 10.4 inches of snow fell making it one of the greatest November snowstorms on record for that area, according to the NWS.
BERNIE SANDERS: “What the scientists are telling us is if we don’t get our act together within the next eight or nine years, we’re talking about cities all over the world, major cities going underwater, we’re talking about increased drought, we’re talking about increased extreme weather disturbances.”