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Ron Mott From Wikipedia – Ron Mott is a... Visit

Ron Mott From Wikipedia – Ron Mott is an American television news correspondent. He formerly worked for NBC News, and was a regular contributor to Today, NBC Nightly News, and MSNBC. Patron at Skyburgers in BTV Burlington Vermont approximately 2004.

4:11 Searching for the best breakfast in Wind... Visit

4:11 Searching for the best breakfast in Windsor County, Vermont Chronicle 5 WCVB There’s nothing petite about this diner’s pancakes! Plus, Ted Reinstein visits a blacksmith who turns metal into art and checks out a small company that captures the essence of New England in a snow globe. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube now for..

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10:00 Order Up – A Tour Of Vermont Diners – Handy’s Lunch & others in VT

12:08 Wonderful New York in the early 1900s i... Visit

12:08 Wonderful New York in the early 1900s in color! [A.I. enhanced & colorized] Splended footage of New York between approximately 1895 and 1925. This is a collection of my best colorized, motion-stabilized, speed-corrected and A.I. enhanced scenes of old New York about a century ago. The film shows wonderful shots of the “El” elevated..

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“It was a real gathering place. The food was terrific. You could smell someone who came out of Elsie’s from a mile away,” the dean said. “My favorite was the roast beef special. It had a spectacular dressing.” Elsie’s filled a niche that many of today’s restaurants and cafes don’t, Dingman said. “Everybody ate there,..

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20:43 Black Wall Street Remembered – Tulsa Burning – Greenwood District Tulsa was the site of the worst race massacre in American history in 1921. Some 300 people were killed and property damage ran into the millions. Tulsa’s African-Americans overcame. The Greenwood District was rebuilt and, by 1942, boasted 242 Black-owned and Black-operated business establishments…

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Jesse Jackson From Wikipedia – BLM Parkinson’s Disease Jesse Louis Jackson (né Burns; born October 8, 1941) is an American political activist, Baptist minister, and politician. He was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1984 and 1988 and served as a shadow U.S. Senator for the District of Columbia from 1991 to 1997…

20:01 Essential or Expendable? Farmworkers Co... Visit

20:01 Essential or Expendable? Farmworkers Condemn Lack of Protection and Economic Help During Pandemic #DemocracyNow Farm worker risk of corona virus, working conditions, health and economic risks Democracy Now! 809K subscribers As the coronavirus sweeps through the United States, the country’s 2.5 million farmworkers are continuing to go to work every day, often facing crowded..

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Farmers Markets: find a Winter farmers market near you! Bennington | Brattleboro | Burlington | Montpelier | Dorset | Hartland | Middlebury | Morrisville | Northfield | Norwich | Putney | St. Johnsbury | Rutland

10:22 History of Burlington, Vermont / Histor... Visit

10:22 History of Burlington, Vermont / History of towns in United States Country: United States State: Vermont County: Chittenden City: Burlington Population (2010): • City 42,417 • Density 4,121.5/sq mi (1,581.3/km2) • Urban 108,740 (U.S.: 285th) • Urban density 1,760.8/sq mi (679.8/km2) • Metro 214,796 (U.S.: 203rd) Burlington is the most populous city in the..