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Seven Days
Seven Days (newspaper).jpg
Type Alternative weekly
Owner(s) Pamela Polston
Paula Routly
Don Eggert
Cathy Resmer
Colby Roberts
Publisher Da Capo Publishing
Headquarters Burlington, Vermont
OCLC number 38931753
Website [1]

Seven Days is an alternative weekly newspaper[1] that is distributed every Wednesday in Vermont. Seven Days is published by Da Capo Publishing, Inc., and owned by Pamela Polston, Paula Routly, Don Eggert, Cathy Resmer and Colby Roberts. It is distributed free of charge throughout the following areas: Burlington, Middlebury, Montpelier, Stowe, the Mad River Valley, Rutland, St. Albans, Vermont, and Plattsburgh, New York.

Seven Days deals with many aspects of life in Vermont. Columns and stories in the newspaper often concern such topics as state and local politics, Vermont organizations and charities, and general human interest stories. It also features local music listings; an alternative style comics section; art, movie and theater reviews; event listings, local dining, classified advertisements, and personals. Each year, Seven Days asks its readers to place votes for the "Seven Daysies" which is a compilation of favorite people and places to visit throughout the state.


  1. ^ Felsenthal, Carol (9 October 2015). "Jane O'Meara Sanders, future first lady?". The Hill. Washington, DC. ISSN 1521-1568. Archived from the original on 22 October 2015. 

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