Order May 2024 Chronogram for Home Delivery


In the May 2024 issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:

Beacon: Lighting the Way
Beacon grapples with economic shifts and affordability challenges, while entrepreneurs navigate a changing landscape. Future plans for the city promise both development and community engagement initiatives.

The Fruits of Their Labor: Co-Ferments
Co-fermentation as a practice is nothing new, but local craft beverage producers are taking co-fermenting to the next level.

Healing Cycle
Following the death of their son Eric of an accidental overdose in 2016, Ginny and Mac Dorris launched The Ride for Mental Health, an annual fundraising ride in New Paltz that benefits the research and treatment work of McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts. To date, the Ride has raised over $1.7 million.

Party Like It’s 1892
Helen and Tim Atkinson’s 4,300-square-foot Greek Revival in Uptown Kingston has a long history, from being burned to the ground by the British in 1777 to its rebirth in 1840 to being haunted by an Edwardian matron.

Over 200 craft beverage producers to be found on the Craft Beverage Map, Beacon portraits, restaurant openings, live music, horoscopes, poetry, book reviews, and the cultural calendar for May.

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