Order August 2020 Chronogram for Home Delivery


In the August issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:

A Tribute to Milton Glaser
Portrait of Milton Glaser, left, by Franco Vogt
The preeminent American graphic designer of the past 100 years, Milton Glaser co-founded New York magazine, developed the I ❤ NY logo, designed everything from supermarket spaces to consumer packaging to record labels and beer logos (Brooklyn Brewery!). Glaser was also a part-time Woodstocker and deept tied to the local arts community for many decades.
The Most Dangerous Places in the Hudson Valley
In the past month, a half dozen people have died while engaging in outdoor activities in the region. Our natural assets are as beautiful as they are deadly. We report on two sites—Kaaterskill Falls in Greene County and High Falls in Ulster County—that are dealing with a spike in popularity and mortality.
From Poughkeepsie to China: Plan Bee Brewery
A craft beer shortage in China due to pandemic restrictions has led to an opportunity for Poughkeepsie’s Plan Bee Brewery to find a new market overseas with its funky ales.
Reservoir Year: A Walker’s Book of Days
On the eve of her sixtieth birthday, former Chronogram book editor Nina Shengold embarks on a challenge: to walk the path surrounding the  Ashokan Reservoir every day for a year, at all times of day and in all kinds of weather. As Shengold explores the secrets of this spectacular place, she rediscovers the glories of solitude and an expanded community, both human and animal.
Art listings, live music previews (yes! there are concerts planned for August!), CD reviews, book reviews, and our ever-evolving take on all Hudson Valley.
Support us now so we can support the Hudson Valley community later. Order the August issue of Chronogram for delivery for only $5. 

We will move past this—together.


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