Feeling Stuck in Vermont? HERE’S WHY THAT’S NOT A BAD THING
BY CATHY RESMER
Eva Sollberger brings her video camera everywhere. As Seven Days’ senior multimedia producer, she documents local people, places and events for her web video series, “Stuck in Vermont.” A new episode appears weekly at sevendaysvt.com.
Since she launched the series in 2007, Sollberger has produced more than 450 episodes, which have been viewed more than 3.5 million times. Binge-watching her videos is the best introduction to the state you could hope to have — besides reading What’s Good, of course. Find our newcomers’ playlist, including these gems, on the Stuck in Vermont YouTube channel. wg
Hanksville Mud Bog Big trucks, cheering crowds and a giant mud pit — it’s an annual tradition in the small town of Hanksville.
Exploring With Obscure Vermont Urban adventurer Chad Abramovich documents unusual, secluded spots like the abandoned Milton Creamery on his blog, Obscure Vermont.
Rough Francis at the Burlington Record Plant Members of one of Burlington's fave punk bands visit the South End vinyl pressing plant that made their new record.
U.S. Winter Swimming Championship Newport Parks and Rec staff cut the ice on Lake Memphremagog to make lanes for this competition, which drew strapping swimmers from around the world.
The annual nighttime fire walk in Barre — complete with music, molten metal performances and abandoned granite quarries — lights up the summer solstice.