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Newport is unlike most American towns
By Digby Dent
Walking around the dreary streets of the city, I worry what we’ll leave behind us in this annus horribilis
As older brothers separated by half a generation go, he has been a good one
Like a star of the country & western stage, I write because my wife left me and took my dog
I’ve wintered here all my life and during that time Vermont has, like old Digby’s marital status, seen three permutations
Taking a doughy-handed son of privilege and making him clubbable doesn’t happen by magic
Mr Trump, tear down this tariff
Impeachment has enough flannel already
A Digby Dent Christmas
Digby Dent on lawn darts in winter
Summer in Newport
Dickie and me
George Kent’s impeachment dress code
They may take our wine, but they’ll never take our brie-dom
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