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Chronogram Seen: November 

The events we sponsor, the people who make a difference, the Chronogram community. Here's some of what we saw in October: Cafe Chronogram in Beacon, Kingston Italian Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, and Global Drum Project.


Skip Piper (drums) and Stanton Warren (guitar and vocals) of Venture Lift
play Cafe Chronogram at Muddy Cup in Beacon on October 13.


The Mona Lisa and Leonardo da Vinci,
life-sized puppets from Mark Alexander’s Mortal Beasts and Deities troupe at Kingston’s
inaugural Italian Festival on September 29.


Producer/director/actor (and Boiceville resident) Larry
Fessenden at the Woodstock Film Festival. Fessenden produced one film at the festival, Trigger
Man, and acted in another, The Hunter, a short by Benjamin Gray based on a story by Tobias Wolff.

Zakir Hussain and Mickey Hart of the Global Drum Project at the Bardavon on October 14.

Chronogram sponsors in November: RiverFire (11/3);
Cafe Chronogram at Muddy Cup in Poughkeepsie featuring Barushka, John Esposito, amd Phillip Levine (11/9); Eats, Read, and Leaves: Chronogram Literary Supplement Party (11/29)

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  • Eileen Carpenter
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  • John Mazlish
click to enlarge Matt Petricone
  • Matt Petricone
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