“Pastries by Patsy,” a New French-Style Bakery / Café, to Open Downtown
We were especially excited to learn that Patsy, a Burlington VT Outlander, will be opening a French-style bakery / café downtown. Gloria Vanderbrick, our "People in the News" correspondent, recently interviewed Patsy about her plans.
On Dealing with Temporal & Spatial Dislocation in Bricklyn
A report to the Federal Council on how to best deal with the temporal and spatial dislocation that continues to affect a substantial number of Bricklynites.
Stunning Revelation in Bricklyn Eagle Interview of American Astronaut Neil Armstrong Published after 10+ Year Hold
Stunning revelations in a previously embargoed interview Bricklyn Eagle Editor Walt Brickman had with Astronaut Neil Armstrong.
Unique Space Flight Park Opens Downtown
A unique park has opened in the center of downtown Bricklyn that captures the imagination as it plays hommage to space flight. POTUS sends congratulations.
Agreement Brokered by “Gang of Four” Defuses Donut Crisis
In a series of behind-the-scenes meetings, the "Gang of Four" has brokered an agreement between pro-donut and pro-croissant groups.
Donut Debate Delayed as Action to Declare Donut “a Cherished Item of Intangible Cultural Heritage” is Considered
The Bricklyn Federal Council has postponed consideration of the petition to ban the sale of donuts. At same time, may be requesting League of Inland Cities to deem donut part of Bricklyn's "cultural heritage."
Shocking “Private” Poems Become a Public Matter
Brickman "private" poems on donuts and croissants found on street outside Bricklyn Eagle offices. Brickman offers explanation for his "doggerel."
League of Inland Cities Seeks Observer Status in United Nations
The Bricklyn Eagle has just obtained a copy of a draft petition from the League of Inland Cities (League) to the United Nations (UN).
Bricklyn’s “Great Donut Debate” Heads to the Federal Council
"The Great Donut Debate" heads to the Federal Council for action as partisans line up on both sides of the issue.
Railroad Crossing Accidents & Head Pop-Offs
Editor Walt Brickman responds to a reader question about bicycle / pedestrian fatalities from being hit by Bricktrak trains.
Looking Back at 2022 and Forward to 2023
Find out the 4 big events that happened in BricklynVT in 2022 — and what's being planned for 2023. Keep up-to-date right here at BricklynVT.com
Lincoln Logs Rule for Bricklyn Kids. What!?
Why do people assume that Bricklyn kids would want to play with LEGO bricks? For 6 year old Milly, Lincoln Logs rule!
Bricklyn to Burlington: Honor Your Commitments!
Diplomatic efforts to defuse the F-35 crisis stall, as Bricklyn's demands are rejected.
Are the Gods Angry?
Bricklynites have been shaken by near daily thunderous booms emanating from the skies. But when they look up, they see nothing out of the ordinary.
Kudos to the CuDo! A Look at Bricklyn’s Unique Currency
The CopperDonut is Bricklyn's official currency. The CuDo has a quite storied history, as it pays homage to Vermont, while also recognizing the key role donuts play in Bricklyn.
Chief Prognosticator of the Realm
The Chief Prognosticator play a key role in Bricklyn, as that individual's advice is often given great weight by members of the Federal Council.
Understanding the Federal Council
The Federal Council of the Realm of Bricklyn (FCRB) is the Realm's governing body. Gain an appreciation of the FCRB's role and powers.
Victor Borge Retrospective at the Palace
Bricklyn’s Palace Theatre offers a retrospective of some of the most memorable performances of Danish-American pianist and humorist Victor Borge.
Meditation & Mediation Tents Open!
Residents of Bricklyn are invited to use the just opened Meditation and Mediation (M&M) tents. Why there's increased interest in meditation and mediation in Bricklyn.
When Bricklyn Pulled the Plug
Did the landmark 1992 ruling of the Federal Council limiting computer network connectivity set Bricklyn on a smarter course. A look back at the ruling.