When a racially integrated neighborhood is targeted by a serial killer, Briscoe and Logan zero in on a white supremacist. watch
Mary Holland of Hartland, Vermont, is a naturalist and educator whose courage and patience have paid off in deep knowledge and amazing photographs.
Judith Jones, legendary book editor for Julia Child, James Beard and John Updike, and 'The Diary of Anne Frank.' Jones is also the author of a cookbook, 'The Pleasures of Cooking for One.' She lives in Vermont and New York City.
Fran Stoddard visits with Tim Newcomb of Worcester, Vt., who has been covering the state as a political cartoonist for over 25 years. He is also an illustrator and graphic designer.
Fran Stoddard interviews Ron Krupp of S. Burlington, Vt. Krupp is an author of books on gardening and sustainability, and has been involved with Vermont farm and food issues for 35 years.
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