Belying its grisly name, this ski hill in Vermont has a cheery look in this colorful painting by Byron Thomas. Located near Woodstock and famed as the locale of Dartmouth College skiing events, the ski run is admired for the quality of its slopes and the charm of the surrounding countryside. An all-season resident of the area, Thomas enriches the growing lore of New England culture with his decorative and perceptive landscapes.
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Feb. 4, 1957
America's hustling pack races produce colorful action, but no U.S. racer in the past four years has won a world or Olympic speed skating title
GUERRILLA GALLERY, DAVIS CUPPERS, RUNNER-UPPERS, GOLF BY LANTERN LIGHT, ACROSS COUNTRY BY BOAT, JOEY MAXIM EXHIBITS A DYING ART, NEW RESIDENTS OF VANCOUVER, WASH.
- By Jack Burke Jr.