Order May 2023 Chronogram for Home Delivery
In the May 2023 issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:
On the Cover: Banished
Melora Kuhn’s open-ended explorations into the self and society are featured in “Freaky Flowers,” a group show at September gallery in Kinderhook.
Beacon: Leading Light
The first European to move to Beacon was Madam Brett, who left Manhattan for the upstate wilds in 1707, essentially “founding” the city. It’s been much the same ever since, with accelerating one-way northbound traffic.
Of Grape Concern
Climate change is affecting the wine industry in the Hudson Valley—growers and enologists are looking at what grapes and grape hybrids will thrive in the anticipated warmer temperatures.
A More Perfect Union
A Woodstock family purchases a historic 1961 Ranch-style home to prevent it from becoming a short-term rental and to address the lack of affordable housing in their community.
RYAN House raises awareness about narcotics and substance abuse, an illustrative tour of the region’s craft beverage producers, restaurant openings, live music, horoscopes, poetry, book reviews, and the good citizens of Beacon represent their city at our monthly community pop-up portrait photoshoot.
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