There's a new exhibit on display at the Museum of Everyday Life, a self-service museum in an old barn on route 16 between Glover and Hardwick in the Northeast Kingdom.
Erica Heilman talked with the museum curator, Clare Dolan, who asked: Why is there no job for appreciators of crickets, for sunset watchers? Where are the museums for the surprising familiar objects of our everyday lives?
A salmon red tail boa snake named Snickers. A bantam chicken named Unicorn. A black guinea pig named Midnight. These were just a few of the honored guests that took part in the 70th annual St. Johnsbury Pet Parade.
After 29 years, the last video store in St. Johnsbury is closing shop. Video King once had seven locations around the state, and now its last location in Vermont is selling off its inventory and closing.