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A Digby Dent Christmas

Walking around the dreary streets of the city, I worry what we’ll leave behind us in this annus horribilis

By Digby Dent

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Dickie and me

As older brothers separated by half a generation go, he has been a good one

By Digby Dent

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A tale of three dogs

Like a star of the country & western stage, I write because my wife left me and took my dog

By Digby Dent

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The evolution of Vermont

I’ve wintered here all my life and during that time Vermont has, like old Digby’s marital status, seen three permutations

By Digby Dent

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Digby Dent on lawn darts in winter

Taking a doughy-handed son of privilege and making him clubbable doesn’t happen by magic

By Digby Dent

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George Kent’s impeachment dress code

Impeachment has enough flannel already

By Digby Dent

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