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Promotional spot for the NEW show on Brattleboro Community Television! Naked Brattleboro wanders the streets of Brattleboro Vermont, not looking for nudists, who aren't hard to find, but looking for the REAL Brattleboro... unpolished and raw. Along the way your hosts Freddy and Timmy are bound to have some fun...
6 Sep 2009
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Forty Putney Road B&B Social Media Mecca in Brattleboro VT. Travel Video Postcard. The street address for Forty Putney Road is actually 192 Putney Rd in Brattleboro Vermont…it’s a long story. Tim and Amy Brady, Innkeepers of the six guest room Brattleboro B&B, are all over the social media. They have developed a robust following for their Facebook page and the Forty Putney Road You Tube channel is loaded with playful vids about their Brattleboro B&B, and what’s happening in the surrounding Vermont countryside. Forty Putney road boasts a pool table front and center, a secluded Hot tub in a little backyard cottage, and Tim and Amy’s pride and joy, their own small Brew Pub. The surprise discovery? A whopping 95 percent of travelers never consider staying at a B and B when making travel plans. Tim said that the main reason travelers are B and B averse, especially younger travelers, is that they don't want to have to talk to strangers or eat breakfast with people they don’t know. In other words the "new" traveler dosen't seek the very intimate experience for which inns and B and B's world-wide are celebrated. "We know from the study," Tim says , "that these travelers are afraid of the B and B experience... " “Yes,” Amy interrupts, in the maner of couples everywhere. "They don't want the innkeepers hovering over them, being sure their needs are met. They want more anonymity."
17 Jan 2011
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Two models representing People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protest nude in downtown Brattleboro, Vt., at the end of the summer, 2007. *******www.Scoreslive****
15 Jan 2010
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20 Nov 2008
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Toby and Nick talk about the the NY Governor being involved in a prostitution ring, the failing dollar, NH faces off with the feds over Real ID, George Bush to be arrested if he sets foot in certain Vermont towns, a local school vote, and Ron Paul news.
15 Mar 2008
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Wayne Castine was found brutally murdered and the murderer remains at large. Castine, a suspected child predator, was killed in Brattleboro where he was involved with a tangled network of an extended family living in a local trailer park. Any member of the clan would have had the opportunity to kill him, and, as he was involved with both the mother and her 12 year old daughter, reason to commit the murder. At the same time, Joe Gunther has learned that his girlfriend Lyn Silva’s fisherman father and brother, believed lost at sea off the coast of Maine, might have actually been murdered.
16 Oct 2009
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BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. New details about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden. U.S. officials are pouring over as much as 15 hours of video -- recorded on the helmet cameras of the Navy SEAL team that carried out the operation. That video hasn’t been released to the public -- but The New York Post reports it shows bin Laden “running for his life.” The Associated Press reports -- bin Laden was obsessed with the United States -- and wrote in his journal he wanted to kill President Obama. And according to WBBH -- he also had plans to specifically target Mr. Obama’s step-grandmother -- who lives in Kenya. Amid the new details come questions about the legality of the kill. Obama administration officials maintain the operation was above board -- citing a UN Charter right to a nation’s self-defense. ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC HOLDER: “What we did was not an assassination. It was consistent with international law and I think one has to focus on the way in which the operation occurred. People there who could have been shot were not.” But an editorial in the United Arab Emirates' Gulf News isn’t convinced -- asking -- rule of law -- or rule of the jungle? “Others, too, can claim the right of self-defence, overriding legal or ethical constraints. … If states can resort to terrorism with impunity in order to kill their enemies, political leaders must be prepared to face the same rough ‘justice’ at the hands of the followers, friends or relatives of their victims.” That observation isn’t entirely far-fetched -- A suicide bomb attack Friday killed as many as 80 people outside a military training facility in Pakistan. The attackers said they were avenging the death of Osama bin Laden. (VIDEO FROM WIKILEAKS) A Reuters report suggests -- as early as six days after the 9/11 attacks -- the Bush White House expected bin Laden would be killed -- rather than captured. Still - an opinion piece for the Brattleboro Reformer says -- enough with the armchair lawyers: the SEALs did what they had to do. “They certainly didn’t have time to open up a law book or stand around and debate the legality of shooting bin Laden. … And let’s not forget, once soldiers are ordered into action, they must do what they think is best at the time.” U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says the Pentagon is looking into increased security for the operatives who carried out the mission -- amid continued fears of retaliatory attacks. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
14 May 2011
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