Order April 2022 Chronogram for Home Delivery
In the April 2022 issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:
On the Cover: Lincoln Center Print
“Strict Beauty,” at Williams College Museum of Art is the largest exhibition of Sol LeWitt prints ever mounted.
Newburgh: A Light Shines Here
Despite its oft-mentioned challenges, this river city is trying to pilot a course that brings economic development without rampant gentrification and disenfranchisement.
The School That Won’t Give Up
High turnover, low funding, and the pandemic have hampered Poughkeepsie’s only public high school. But the narrative is changing.
A Handbuilt Home in Woodstock
In the 1970s, artist Yehuda Ben-Yehuda handbuilt an 1,800-square-foot house on the Little Beaverkill that his daughter, Noa Jones, now calls home.
Alexis deBoschnek publishes her first cookbook, pharmacies find creative ways to stay in business, the state of cannabis in the Northeast, an interview with Weird Al Yankovic, restaurant openings, horoscopes, and much more!
Order the April issue of Chronogram for delivery for only $5.