The city ranges from areas concentrated with many new immigrants, to upper-middle class suburbs to expensive areas by the lake.In 1989, Itabashi, located in Tokyo, Japan, became Burlington's twin city.His apprehension had nothing to do with farming, and everything to do with meeting someone new.He was about to participate in an event called weed dating, a meet-up for single farmers looking for a date or a mate."We have this one young guy who works for us," Jean Palthey says, "and he's single and lives in Chelsea, and we were joking that there are not a lot of young, single people around here, so we came up with this idea." Much weeding but no weddings yet Weed dating takes place on farms among rows of sprouting produce.Participants weed a row with a potential romantic interest, then move on to another row and another partner.
Member Login Black Singles | Asian Singles | Latin Dating Meet people from all different backgrounds and lifestyles around the world or someone in the local South Burlington neighborhood at "It'd be really neat to meet a woman," says Wolfe, 35, of North Tunbridge. I'm just thinking that you get to meet people while you help out a local farm, weeding.It says something about people that they'd like to do something like this." There have been three weed-dating events so far, two in August and one in September.Constructing strong relationships, both in the newsroom and with the local community, is the key to success in journalism, according to awards recipients at the New England Society of News Editors’ Journalism Awards Celebration.That kind of collaboration and gratitude for the award recognition were recurring themes in acceptance speeches as five journalists received key individual awards among a total of more than 20 honors doled out during the ceremony.The following received the five key individual awards: Roche, a journalism professor at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, was praised for her dedication to progress and innovation.She teaches courses that include Introduction to Multimedia Reporting, Entrepreneurial Journalism and Journalism Launchpad.See event page here Sponsored by Sailor Jerry and hosted by Seven Days Magazine, the Archives is getting ready for Valentine’s Day with a single’s party!It’ll be from 6-9pm featuring: -prizes and giveaways -live DJ and dancing -speed dating -specialty Sailor Jerry Cocktails -and of course all our classic games!“There’s just no journalism like local journalism.” Hicks, a self-taught photographer, has been at The Newtown (Conn.) Bee for 28 years and is now associate editor there.The Bee’s editor, Nancy Crevier, described Hicks as discerning and particular.