The Week in Pictures for April 15th: Nearly 200 people gathered outside Royal Tyler Theater at the University on Vermont on Wednesday evening before marching through Burlington in support of Take Back the Night, an effort devoted to raising awareness about rape and sexual assault. (Photo by EMILY MCMANAMY/FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for Feb. 11:Gretel-Ann Fischer is supported by her family after she found out that she was not the winner of TLC’s reality show The Next Great Baker. The finale celebration took place at the Bluebird Barbecue in Burlington on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013. (Photo by DAMIR ALISA/for the FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for Feb. 11: Edward Burtynsky (Canadian, b. 1955), Rock of Ages No. 7, Rock of Ages Quarry, Barre, Vermont.This photograph is part of the exhibit, “Nature Transformed: Edward Burtynsky’s Vermont Quarry Photographs in Context,” showing at Middlebury College through April 21.
The Week in Pictures for Feb. 11: UVM’s Brian Voelkel reacts to a foul call during the final minutes of the Catamount’s loss to BU 64-59 Tuesday night at Patrick Gymnasium in Burlington. (Photo by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)
Burlington Free Press Photos of the Year for 2012:It’s painful for Rich Conte of Stowe to talk about what he experienced on September 11 as a New York City firefighter. Conte is the only one who survived from Engine 33’s crew, something that he says is the worst burden of all. (Photo by RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for Sept. 16:Lamoille Union High School School Board member David Whitcomb is spearheading a drive to recite The Pledge of Allegiance before each board meeting. (Photo by Glenn Russell/Burlington Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for Sept. 16: CVU’s #12 Abby Eddy fights for control of the ball with Essex #7 Alex MacFarlane during a hard fought battle Wednesday in Hinesburg that ended in a 2-2 tie in regulation play. In a second round of sudden victory, Essex won 3-2. (Photo by Ryan Mercer / Burlington Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for Sept. 16: Greg Tessier of Northfield looks at the gas pump screen telling him what he’s getting for his twenty dollars-worth at the pump: 5 gallons. Filling up at the Mobil station on US 2 in Richmond, regular is $3.999. Tessier estimates he is spending about $400 a month on gas, about twice what he was spending last year. (Photo by Ryan Mercer / Burlington Free Press)