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Re: “Date Night

Loved this article, Hillary Harvey! Lots of great date night ideas in the Hudson Valley. Will share this!

Posted by HudsonValleyGoodStuff on 07/27/2014 at 10:54 PM

Re: “10 Things to Know About Kingston

"You know a city's made it when the creative and famous adopt it. ...... Kingston's never looked so cool."

There's a reason people from Brooklyn are moving here - the creativity has been here all along. There are countless artists/musicians that are actually from here that prove that this "city's made" already. We don't need Brooklyn stealing our thunder.

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Posted by localartist on 07/25/2014 at 11:28 AM

Re: “Kingston: History Remixed

I wouldn't live anyplace else!

Posted by Tim Hurley on 07/21/2014 at 7:22 PM

Re: “Local Luminary: Lee Tannen

Glad to hear Mr. Tannen is out in the woods and taking it easy at this stage in life. I'd imagine he needed the break. Tannen took some serious hits for his Lucy book, mostly from Ball fans who questioned why he was in her life and magnified the non-glamorous parts of her personality. But, Tannen can be forgiven in bringing some insight into a major American icon and star, the kind they just don't make anymore. I'm more a fan of 50's tv than Ball, but Tannen's book makes one wonder why more people just didn't walk up to here with a backgammon board and ask for a game or two. Hope he enjoys his stay in the woods. And, maybe some sort of new Lucy book someday soon.

Posted by Big Shank George Burns on 07/20/2014 at 1:07 AM

Re: “Preventing Lyme: 10 Top Tips

A summary of scientifically-validated information concerning Lyme Disease and other tick-borne diseases is available in video format that can be viewed in less than 5 minutes: "What Is Lyme Disease: An evidence-based exploration of the concepts and common medical misconceptions of Lyme disease"

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Posted by Jeff-LAN on 07/13/2014 at 9:54 PM

Re: “Editor's Note: Let's Get Small

There never was a line between art and craft. Still it was and is helpful to separate things, as per reference to that in a book a Jung man followed &'wrote an intro to an edition with a yellow cover. Often times, consumers do not get what goes into an image in a frame, perhaps protected by glass or Saran Wrap or others, that some bit of work went into the presentation, like with this free rag. I got an email yesterday from a lady in Rome about kids who are making projects for recycling and I wonder has folks forgot the past ? These things, these evolutions are not new, they are as old as the hills, what is new is amnesia of a collective variety as we are amazingly interconnected via technology and separated from each other simultaneous

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Posted by Charles Patty on 07/08/2014 at 6:08 AM

Re: “Taurus

I definitely identify with this but I don't understand what your advice is exactly.

Posted by Taraneh on 07/07/2014 at 3:38 PM

Re: “A Spacious Log Home in Chichester

Beautiful log home! I built my own recently using this guide It helped me design, budget, and choose a manufacturer. I suggest it.

Posted by John Zerbiak on 07/07/2014 at 8:52 AM

Re: “Making Cheese at the Abbey of Regina Laudis

This article implies by omission that they do not sell cheese. The writer could have served readers, saying so plainly, after making readers hungry. One need hire a private investigator to find out. The cheese looks and sounds delectable.

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Posted by Anonymous on 07/06/2014 at 8:06 PM

Re: “Crude Oil on the Hudson

Oil by Rail Week of Action - Remember Lac-Megantic


FACT: Bakken crude oil from North Dakota does not have to be explosive. Oil producers have been removing (stripping/stabilizing) the natural gas liquids (NGL's), and explosive gases, from crude oil for nearly a century, to make the crude safer for transport. It will still burn, but it will NOT EXPLODE!

WHY DON'T BAKKEN PRODUCERS REMOVE THE NGL's? They don't want to lose the income. NGL's can be as much as 30% of a barrel. Since the producers weren't smart enough, or too cheap, to buy the equipment and build infrastructure needed to sell off the NGL's separately...ethane, butane, propane, methane, heptane, isobutane, pentane. h2s, and so on, many/most have just poured all/most of the NGL's into the tanker car for the revenue.

NORTH DAKOTA OFFICIALS & REGULATORS HAVE LOOKED THE OTHER WAY: Republicans hold all statewide offices, and have a Supermajority in the House and Senate. They have a cozy relationship with the Bakken producers. You can speculate as to why. BOTTOM LINE: They've chosen the producers over the safety of the public.


Posted by Ron Schalow on 07/06/2014 at 4:01 PM

Re: “Independence Day Fireworks

are all of these places having their fireworks on friday?

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Posted by Emmet Spiegel on 07/03/2014 at 10:59 AM

Re: “Sleep of the Yogis

I love Yoga Nidra. Best-selling author Renee Trudeau incorporates this practice so beautifully into her retreats as a form of practicing Self-Care. Absolutely amazing.

Posted by Shaw on 07/02/2014 at 7:20 PM

Re: “On the Cover: Elisa Pritzker

|> SPECIAL thanks to Brian Mahoney for the invitation, David Perry for the invite | design, David King for the story, Stephen Blauweiss for the video --process, professionalism and edit--- GOT great comments already about everything. ~~>>> LOVE all about Chronogram!

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Posted by Elisa Pritzker on 07/02/2014 at 10:17 AM

Re: “The New Age of Digital Fitness

Great article! We also want to remind people of a local app brought to you by Health Quest call Health Quest U that can be downloaded here or We recently completed a partnership with the Walkway Over the Hudson for the Walkway Fitness Challenge. Together, participants logged over 477 miles and burned 47,744 calories. That is over 1,007,100 steps! The next challenge is coming up in a few months so keep on moving

Posted by Health Quest on 07/01/2014 at 3:40 PM

Re: “Cancer

Thank you, Eric.

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Posted by Cindy on 07/01/2014 at 3:36 PM

Re: “Handmade-on-Hudson

Lovely article and wonderful to hear this about area where I live now. Being an owner of a small handmade business myself, I'm a huge supporter of this wonderful shift to handmade and made local. It is still tough for an indie business to spread the word, but what a huge satisfaction when customers notice, support and best of all develop relationship with the makers.

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Posted by Magda Marsh on 07/01/2014 at 2:45 PM

Re: “The New Age of Digital Fitness

Well I was 'practising weight loss' for about 18 years before I finally did it with any long-term success - I suspect most other women reading this article have been 'practising' for a long time too. I spent years on one kind of diet or another, denying myself certain food until I finally caved - and ended up weighing the same or more a few weeks later. It wasn't until I got a system from that I finally began to understand 'dieting' didn't work - making a lifestyle change did. It wasn't that difficult either, I just ate more of the food that was good for me like lean meat, oily fish, poultry and fruit/veg, and less of the bad fats, refined sugars and baked goods. Once I did that and started a 30 minute cardio exercise routine 3-4 times a week the weight dropped off!

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Posted by Ashley Williams on 07/01/2014 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Planet Waves: Good as Gold

Free numerology reading

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Posted by John Craft on 07/01/2014 at 8:25 AM

Re: “Libra

I believe that many Libran's can present themselves as laid back because they care not for the mundane but for that which is much more significant and powerful in life. In our pursuit of perfection (yes I am a Libra) we can become tense and not at all laid back - but with ourselves. It's the disappointment of not reaching our potential for perfection and balance that causes angst. My friends think I am the most laid back of all (silly gossip amongst friends bores me) but my business colleagues see a very different me i.e. the intense perfectionist. I kind of like it that way....

Posted by Libran on 06/30/2014 at 5:41 PM
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