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In the January 2021 issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:
COVID Watch with The River Newsroom
A monthly update from The River on COVID-19 in the region.
The Kids Are Online
Jennifer Strodl, founder of Hudson’s Liberi School, explains her decision to take her school to an all-virtual educational environment.
A Voice for Choice
Deeply stigmatized and regularly reduced to a political rallying cry, later abortion is in fact a complex predicament—profoundly human, sometimes heartbreaking, and sometimes, surprisingly, hopeful. Often, it’s exacerbated by misconceptions and bureaucracy.
The Green Rush
Cannabis is increasingly available nationwide for both medical and recreational use. New York, where the plant is currently decriminalized, is likely to be among the next states to join one of the least understood, and, at times controversial, socioeconomic booms of the century to date—legal cannabis. Part one of a two-part series.
Future Forward: 12 Local Changemakers
As 2020 recedes in the rearview—a year that brought us a global health crisis, record wildfires and hurricanes, and a new understanding of the interlinked and systemic inequities in American society—we ask a diverse group of environmental advocates what they envision in their areas over the next decade, and just as importantly, how do we get there?
The third iteration of the Kingston Design Showhouse, we talk to couples who tied the knot mid-pandemic, your monthly horoscopes, and the challenges COVID brought upon Great Barrington and its optimistic community response.
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