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Burlington's 33rd Annual Discover Jazz Festival

 

Discover Jazz. 2015. Festival, Burlington, VT.

Photo: Just one of the many performances at the 2015 Discover Jazz Festival on the iconic Church Street.

Burlington will be bustling a bit more rhythmically starting June 3rd until the 12th. Discover Jazz’s 33rd annual jazz festival presented by Northfield Savings Bank kicks off early this month featuring artists such as Juan De Marcos, Randy Newman, and Long Trail Live to stimulate Burlington’s streets. This is continuously one of the largest annual events in Vermont. Discover Jazz hosts the festival every year in hopes of raising awareness and appreciation for jazz music, showering the local community with education, and provide an opportunity for local artists to showcase themselves. The event is produced by the renowned Flynn center, so we’re all in for a treat. Steve and the LipVT team will definitely find themselves catching a few shows this June between showings!

To purchase festival tickets: https://discoverjazz.com/

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5 Corners Sheds a Limb

Photo: Plans for the new Crescent connector beginning at Park St, passing through Maple St, and connecting after the soon to be pedestrian portion of Main St.

Nobody would be surprised to hear that Five Corners in Essex has an intersection state performance rating of an “F”. In fact, many would be in support of that grade due to the numerous hours we’ve all wasted sitting at one of the lights there over the past years. Planning for how to combat this has been going on for years, and now there is something to show for it: The Crescent Connector Bypass. The bypass would start before Five Corners on Park Street, pass through Maple Street, and connect to Main Street, the end of which is being converted to a walking street. This would ultimately turn Five Corners into “Four Corners” and it would create a pedestrian street (much like Burlington’s Church Street although a bit shorter) in the section of Main Street/Route 15 out front of Martone’s Market & Deli and Fiori Bridal Boutique.

To read the full article: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/2016/06/27/crescent-connector-essex-junction/86241022/

 

For any real estate questions or concerns contact Steve Lipkin and the LipVT Team at Steve@LipVT.com or 802-846-9575!

 

Church Street: http://www.churchstmarketplace.com/

Martone's: http://www.martonesmarket.com/

Fiori Bridal: http://fioribridal.com/

 

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5 Corners Sheds a Limb

Photo: Plans for the new Crescent connector beginning at Park St, passing through Maple St, and connecting after the soon to be pedestrian portion of Main St.

Nobody would be surprised to hear that Five Corners in Essex has an intersection state performance rating of an “F”. In fact, many would be in support of that grade due to the numerous hours we’ve all wasted sitting at one of the lights there over the past years. Planning for how to combat this has been going on for years, and now there is something to show for it: The Crescent Connector Bypass. The bypass would start before Five Corners on Park Street, pass through Maple Street, and connect to Main Street, the end of which is being converted to a walking street. This would ultimately turn Five Corners into “Four Corners” and it would create a pedestrian street (much like Burlington’s Church Street although a bit shorter) in the section of Main Street/Route 15 out front of Martone’s Market & Deli and Fiori Bridal Boutique.

To read the full article: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/local/2016/06/27/crescent-connector-essex-junction/86241022/

 

For any real estate questions or concerns contact Steve Lipkin and the LipVT Team at Steve@LipVT.com or 802-846-9575!

 

Church Street: http://www.churchstmarketplace.com/

Martone's: http://www.martonesmarket.com/

Fiori Bridal: http://fioribridal.com/

 

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Burlington's 33rd Annual Discover Jazz Festival

 

Discover Jazz. 2015. Festival, Burlington, VT.

Photo: Just one of the many performances at the 2015 Discover Jazz Festival on the iconic Church Street.

Burlington will be bustling a bit more rhythmically starting June 3rd until the 12th. Discover Jazz’s 33rd annual jazz festival presented by Northfield Savings Bank kicks off early this month featuring artists such as Juan De Marcos, Randy Newman, and Long Trail Live to stimulate Burlington’s streets. This is continuously one of the largest annual events in Vermont. Discover Jazz hosts the festival every year in hopes of raising awareness and appreciation for jazz music, showering the local community with education, and provide an opportunity for local artists to showcase themselves. The event is produced by the renowned Flynn center, so we’re all in for a treat. Steve and the LipVT team will definitely find themselves catching a few shows this June between showings!

To purchase festival tickets: https://discoverjazz.com/

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