Timeless elegance and modern luxury seamlessly intersect at Factory Point Place in downtown Manchester.
Knowledgeable restauranteur Bobby Montuoro expands and elevates the culinary program and retail selections at Winhall Market.
Old Mill Road Media, the publisher of Vermont News Guide, Vermont Magazine, Stratton Magazine, Berkshire Magazine, and Manchester Life, is thrilled to announce that Jimmy ienner, Jr. is the company’s new staff photographer.
On a spacious deck in the heart of Stratton Village, an exciting new bar is serving up wintertime fun and priceless memories in a stylish outdoor setting.
Vermont Community Foundation effects positive change throughout the Green Mountain State through its comprehensive and thoughtful philanthropic leadership and advising services.
Travel to Stratton during the winter ski season on the luxurious and comfortable Stratton Jitney.
Accomplished production designer Ken MacLeod finds new fulfillment through his flourishing dog training business.
Bill Pronovost carries on the family tradition of exemplary customer service at P&F Appliance.
Food Connects effects positive change on a local level through sustainable community food initiatives.
Adele and Herman Raspé brings new life to the historic Dorset Colony House through a comprehensive home renovation and redesign project.
Equipe Sport’s founding family carries on a storied legacy of industrial entrepreneurship through their successful sporting goods business.
Brooks Addington speaks on the past, present, and future of TÖST.
Who, What, and Wares! STRATTON MAGAZINE PRESENTS ITS 6TH ANNUAL HOME IMPROVEMENT GUIDE OF PROFESSIONALS READY TO ASSIST WITH ANY PROJECT.
Southern Vermont’s preeminent tattoo artists share the secrets behind their success.
How a small group of volunteers are making The Manchester Riverwalk a reality.
An inside look at the hiking scene in Southern Vermont – plus a few favorite local day hikes!
A candid conversation with one of the Vermont arts scene’s rising stars.
Black Hole Hollow Farm in South Arlington, Vermont, is for sale for the first time in many years. The fabled residence – which played host to many, including Sir Ian Fleming – was once owned by the man many believe to be the inspiration for James Bond.