view of Burlington. Major radio stations that are based in Burlington and serve the region: * WBTZ (The Buzz) - 99.9 FM (modern rock) * WOKO – 98.9 FM (country) * WIZN (The Wizard) – 106.7 FM (classic rock) * WEZF (Star 92.9) – 92.9 FM (hot adult contemporary) * WRUV (University of Vermont) – 90.1 FM (variety) * WOXR (Vermont Public Radio) - 90.9 FM (classical) * WVPS (Vermont Public Radio) - 107.9 FM (news & information) * WVMT - 620 AM (news talk) * WJOY - 1230 AM (adult standards) * WNCS and W227AQ (The Point (radio network)) (The Point) - 104.7 and 93.3 FM, respectively (Triple-A) Television
the attention of recording engineer Mike Poorman (Tsunami Bomb, Piebald (Piebald (band))) who expressed interest in working with the band on a future project. They accepted his offer and in August of that year, they headed to Strange Ways Studios in Burlington, Vermont where Poorman assumed recording, mixing and co-producing roles on 7 new tracks. Due to time constraints, the band left Vermont with having only completed 5 songs, abandoning the other 2 partially recorded songs
in the country, which manufactures restaurant equipment. Its history dates back to the mid-19th century. General Electric develops software for the healthcare industry in South Burlington (South Burlington, Vermont) at the former headquarters of IDX Systems, which it purchased in 2006. General Dynamics Armament and Technical Products division employs 450 workers locally. A solely owned subsidiary, the division is based here. McLean, Dan. "General Dynamics buys Michigan
-wide route marking system . Major inter-state routes were assigned numbers between 1 and 99. Motor Sign Uniformity, New York Times, April 16, 1922 The east–west route beginning in Burlington, Vermont, through Randolph, New Hampshire and Bangor, Maine, to Houlton, Maine was designated as New England Route 15. ''Automobile Legal Association Green Book'', 1925 edition, (Scarborough Motor Guide Co., Boston, 1925). A route
was streamlined to remove the unnecessary overlaps at both its ends, truncating it to its modern Winooski to West Danville designation. ''Automobile Legal Association Green Book'', 1938 39 edition, (Scarborough Motor Guide Co., Boston, 1938). The map in 1938 no longer shows any overlaps at both termini. VT 289 opened to traffic in October 1993 and comprises part of the '''Chittenden County Circumferential Highway''', a proposed partial beltway around the northern
Roosevelt Highway route between Montpelier and St. Johnsbury in the mid-1930s. The original alignment of US 2 became part of the newly-designated US 302. ref>
, and there is an active Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The Howard Mortuary Chapel in Lakeview Cemetery was built in 1882 as a gift to the City of Burlington from Hannah Louisa Howard, a local philanthropist. A native of the city, she was the daughter of John Howard, a successful Burlington hotelier. The chapel was designed in the High Victorian Gothic style (Gothic revival architecture) by Alfred Benjamin Fisher, on cemetery grounds designed by E. C. Ryer in 1871. ref>
to play shows around New York. They issued a split-7" single with The Sixth Great Lake (a Guppyboy Essex Green-related side project) in 1999. They were asked by Robert Schneider to be a part of The Elephant Six Collective and recorded a self-titled EP, later signing to Kindercore Records, who released their first full-length album later that year. After a number of tours and the release of some EPs (Extended play) and singles, the group signed with Merge Records who
Virginia Geography The Taconic Mountains begin in northwest Connecticut and northeast Dutchess County, New York and extend through western Berkshire County, Massachusetts and the adjacent counties in New York, then along the border of New York and Vermont to the town of Brandon (Brandon, Vermont), after which they lose prominence and dwindle into scattered hills and isolated peaks which continue north toward Burlington, Vermont. To the south, they fade into the Hudson Highlands range in New York. Collins, Edward Day ''A History of Vermont, with Geological and Geographical Notes, Bibliography'' (1903). University of Michigan. Near the end of the range, in the vicinity of Rutland, Vermont (Rutland (town), Vermont), the Taconic Mountains show several prominent peaks with dramatic, irregular cliff faces clearly visible from U.S. Route 4
* Ethan Allen Homestead Museum Ethan Allen Homestead Museum * Chittenden County Historical Society & Museum Chittenden County Historical Society & Museum * ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center Echo Lake Aquarium & Science Center * Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont Fleming
. They had initially intended to start a bagel business, but found the equipment costs prohibitive and switched to ice cream instead, choosing Burlington as a location because it was a prominent college town which lacked an ice cream shop. In part, their distinctive style of ice cream was developed to compensate for Ben's anosmia - his loss of smell and near-loss of taste - as Ben kept adding larger and larger chunks to the ice cream to satisfy his need
of Art, and the Gutterson Patrick athletic complex, home to UVM's Division I athletic teams. The largest hospital complex in Vermont, Fletcher Allen Health Care, has its primary facility adjacent to the UVM campus and is affiliated with the UVM College of Medicine. *Regans' Orange Bitters No.6 (Gary Regan's recipe) *Urban Moonshine citrus and maple bitters from Burlington (Burlington, Vermont), Vermont, United States *Scrappy's Bitters (United States
'''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.