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Livin' Small: The Tiny House Movement

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Could you live in a tiny house? And we mean really tiny, between 64 and 300 square feet.  These small structures have been called economical, environmentally friendly, sustainable and even cute. Friday on Vermont Edition we listening back to some of our favorite interviews of the last year, starting with an exploration of the tiny house movement and why people choose to downsize so drastically.

Also in the program, is civility completely dead when it comes to politics? We hear from one former congressman who trying to shine a spotlight on the importance of restoring civility to politics.

And later, music from the indie rock band Chamberlin. They’re local musicians who’ve been attracting praise in Vermont and beyond.