Next Saturday, I’m trading in my suit and briefcase for a sweatshirt, jeans, and hand tools. Along with a team of my fellow Vermont trial lawyers from across the state,
Free Bicycle Light Giveaway for Vermont Kids on May 12 & 13 It’s biking weather again and more kids are biking on our streets and around our neighborhoods. Using bike
This is Delaney’s nephew doing a balancing act at Fenway on his dad’s hand. Enjoy. Your browser does not support iframes.
Here’s an entertaining and sarcastic political site to brighten your Monday. Hat-tip to Popehat.
Or boxes rather. We just got a five-pound box of lollipops from a fan. Ain’t that something? Thank you very much Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries! Somebody wants to make
We get several visitors regarding this issue, so it’s about time for a blog post about it. Greg Thatcher is a friendly, unassuming software engineer with a small website that
In 2010, I wrote a law review article on the NFL’s tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(6). The article was cited in Senator Tom Coburn’s 2012 Wastebook. Lately, the article has
We’re going to take a leap here and posit that mobile bandwidth usage historically hasn’t been a problem in rural and semi-rural Vermont—coverage has been so sporadic that connecting to
If you’ve ever had trouble wrapping presents, here’s a helpful tutorial from “Chip’s Tips.” WARNING: May contain language not suitable for work (or children).