Burlington, Vermont

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. U.S. 7 parallels I-89 from Burlington northward to the Canadian border. *20px (File:Vermont 100.svg) Vermont Route 100 – Runs south to north almost directly through the center of the state, providing a route along the full length of the Green Mountains. The largest professional franchise is the Vermont Lake Monsters, a single-A minor league baseball affiliate of the Oakland Athletics, based in Burlington (Burlington, Vermont). They were named the Vermont Expos prior to 2006.


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is a joint-use public and military airport in Chittenden County (Chittenden County, Vermont), Vermont, United States. It is owned by the City of Burlington (Burlington, Vermont). The airport is located in South Burlington (South Burlington, Vermont), three nautical miles (6 km (kilometre)) east of the central business district of Burlington. **'''Vermont''' ***Burlington (Burlington, Vermont) - Burlington International Airport **'''Virginia''' Mission A part of the founding mission of the VSO is to make symphonic music accessible, at an affordable cost, to Vermont's mostly rural citizens. The Vermont Symphony Orchestra does not have a single home hall. Chartered to bring music to the citizenry, the VSO performs in a broad range of settings including Robert Todd Lincoln's (Robert Todd Lincoln) estate ''Hildene,'' the public lawn of the Vermont State House at Montpelier (Montpelier, Vermont), the Flynn Center in Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), Shelburne Farms on the shore of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont, Trapp Concert Meadow and many town commons, opera houses and university art centers including Johnson State College, Middlebury College, Castleton State College, Lyndon State College, and the University of Vermont. The VSO has extensive educational outreach with its Musicians


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East , America East Gutterson Fieldhouse The Vermont Lake Monsters of the New York – Penn League, a Class A short-season (June to September) minor league baseball team, were formerly called the Vermont Expos. The team changed its name in 2007 after its parent Major League Baseball club, the Montreal Expos of the National League, moved from Montreal to Washington, D.C. and became the Washington Nationals. In 2010, the Lake Monsters ended its 17-year

association with the Expos Nationals and became the Class A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics of the American League.


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Frost Heaves , played half of their season in the city. The team, which originally was part of the American Basketball Association (American Basketball Association (2000–)) – not to be confused with the 1970s-era major basketball league of the same name that merged with the National Basketball Association – moved to the Premier Basketball League in 2008 and split their regular-season home games between Burlington and Barre (Barre (city), Vermont). The Frost Heaves, owned by ''Sports Illustrated'' writer Alexander Wolff, played their Burlington games at the Memorial Auditorium, on South Union Street, at the corner of Main. However, the franchise folded in early 2011. There is also a rugby union team, the Burlington RFC. Daniel W. Fish, a former member of the Air Force's Wings of Blue, was the first person to obtain a permit to skydive in the city of Burlington. The Vermont City Marathon has drawn thousands of competitors annually. KeyBank VT City Marathon: General Information A local Golden Gloves boxing tournament has been held annually since 1946.


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Sanders elected to U.S. Senate publisher People's Weekly World date 2006-11-09 date 2009-08-21 never officially associated himself with the Progressive Party, although the Progressives were among his biggest supporters. A group of his supporters organized themselves as the Progressive Coalition to contest further elections.


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to continue his independent studies for three years. In 1827, at the age of 13, Buel accompanied one of his teachers and was enrolled as a sophomore at the University of Vermont in Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), where he stayed for one year. In 1828, he decided to attend Middlebury College, which was his original intent. He was enrolled there as a junior and also taught at the common schools in Clarendon (Clarendon, Vermont). Media Burlington, Vermont Burlington


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, he provided the libretto of Harrison Birtwistle's opera ''Down by the Greenwood Side (Down by the Greenwood Side (opera))'' and directed the short film ''Love Love Love'' (based on, and identical length to, the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love" Pwyll ap Siôn ''The Music of Michael Nyman''. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2007. p. 83 ) before settling into music criticism, where he is generally acknowledged to have been the first to apply the term "minimalism" to music (in a 1968 article in ''The Spectator'' magazine about the English composer Cornelius Cardew). He wrote introductions for George Frideric Handel's Concerti Grossi, Op. 6 (Concerto Grosso) and conducted the most important interview with George Brecht in 1976. The band continued to tour throughout the fall of 2006 stopping in Montreal, the Virgin Festival on the Toronto Islands, Atlantic City's House of Blues, The University of Vermont in Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), their hometown Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), the Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin, Texas, and New York City, NY (New York) as well as several other cities. The homecoming show in Oklahoma City was performed at the Zoo (Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens) Amphitheater and included the unveiling of a new UFO (Unidentified flying object) stage prop (Theatrical property), and would provide footage for the U.F.O.s at the Zoo concert DVD. '''Chittenden County'''

Burlington, Vermont

'''Burlington''' is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Vermont and the shire town (county seat) south of Montreal.

Burlington had a population of 42,417 at the 2010 census. The city is the hub of the Burlington-South Burlington metropolitan area, consisting of the three northwestern Vermont counties of Chittenden, Franklin (Franklin County, Vermont) and Grand Isle (Grand Isle County, Vermont) and encompassing the cities of Burlington, South Burlington (South Burlington, Vermont), and Winooski (Winooski, Vermont); the towns of Colchester (Colchester, Vermont), Essex (Essex, Vermont), and Williston (Williston, Vermont); and the village of Essex Junction (Essex Junction, Vermont). According to the 2012 U.S. Census estimates, the metro area had an estimated population of 213,701, approximately one third of Vermont's total population.

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