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In the November issue of Chronogram, you’ll find:
On the Cover
Kevin Frank, Birth of the New Man, after Salvador Dali, oil on linen, 20” x 24”, 2020
Liberation on the Land
We talk with Naima Penniman, program director at Soul Fire Farm, about the BIPOC-centered community farm’s efforts to end racism and injustice in the food system through trainng and creating equitable food distribution networks.
We, Not Me: New Paltz Pulls Together
To the familiar list of New Paltz assets—glorious surroundings, university campus, recreational opportunities, rich and eagerly explored history, bangin’ good restaurants—we can now add another that seems to be, sadly, in short supply these days: common sense and collaboration.
Gone to the Dogs
Dog behavioral researcher Alexandra Horowitz (author of Our Dogs, Our Selves) and her husband, the writer Ammon Shea, have created a domestic sanctuary for animals and humans in the Taghkanic woods.
An excerpt from Repair Revolution: How Fixers Are Transforming Our Throwaway Culture, previews of an exhibit of Sky Hopinka’s videos at CSS Bard and the Hudson Jazz Festival, sketches by John Cuneo, book and music reviews, and more, more, more!
Support us now so we can support the Hudson Valley community later. Order the November issue of Chronogram for delivery for only $5.