Lifestyles

From style to sustainability, Chronogram’s Lifestyles section follows how those in the Hudson Valley live their lives.

Art of Business

Art of Business: Noble Beasts

Creator of Equis Art Gallery in Red Hook, Juliet Harrison, describes the fine art approach to horses.

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Art of Business: Of Tea and Terroir

A family's tea company expansion with the knowledge of soil and where to source ingredients from.

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Art of Business: MusicMaker's Maker

Q and A with Francis Morris of Francis Morris Violins.

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Holiday Events

New Year's Eve Events 2016

Make your plans for the New Year with our top picks from across the Hudson Valley.

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'Tis the Season: Holiday Events Roundup 2016

Enjoy the Hudson Valley for the holidays.

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Beauty & Fashion

Art of Business: Le Shag

Kingston's Fair Street is home to the full-service beauty salon Le Shag, where the focus is to have you walk out feeling stunning.

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An Evening of Pearls Saturday, November 12th, 4:30-7:30pm

Bespoke Hudson jeweler Geoffrey Good presents “An Evening of Pearls”, with renowned pearl expert Sidney Soriano visiting to shed light on these extraordinary gems. An exquisite selection of finished and loose pearls in all colors and shapes will be available.

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Chronogram Seen

Chronogram Conversations: Live at the Lace Mill

On February 8, Luminary Media launched the first in a monthly series of community events, titled Chronogram Conversations. Nearly 100 invited guests—community leaders, influencers, and creatives—filled the Lace Mill in Midtown Kingston.

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Entertaining

TMI Project Presents: #BlackStoriesMatter

The TMI Project offers storytelling workshops to cultivate change in participants and inspire audience members.

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Shopping

Art of Business: Horse Leap

Have an interest in all things horses? Check out Horse Leap in eastern Dutchess County.

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Art of Business: Berkshire Products

Something new out of the unexpected. Check out Berkshire products for you artist lumber needs.

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Work:Shop Winter Market

This artisanal holiday craft fair returns to Beacon's Wickham Solid Wood Studio December 11 from 11am-5pm.

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Outdoors

Art of Business: Pawling House Bed & Breakfast

Near the heart of Pawling Villiage sits the historic Pawling House Bed and Breakfast.

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Eaglefest at Boscobel

Grab your binoculars and head out to Eaglefest in Garrison on Feb 12th from 9am-4pm.

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Art of Business: Q&A With Danielle Vajtay of Plattekill Mountain

Newyorkupstate.com calls Plattekill Mountain in Roxbury "one of four top places to hit the slopes," with 38 trails, including 1,100 feet of the "true vertical" skiers crave, and four lifts.

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Sustainability

Full Circle

Carbon Neutral In Warwick
Susan Meyer-Fitzsimmons discusses the importance of community, human interaction, and nature.

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The Real Bottom Line: Good Work Institute

Hannah Philips take a look into the Good Work Institute Fellowship, which focuses on purpose-driven entrepreneurship.

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Transportation

Art of Business: Mini of Dutchess

Thinking of getting a new car? Take a look at Mini of Dutchess.

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Art of Business: Auto Exotica

Remember Fiats?

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Weddings

Hudson Valley Wedding Venues: Space to Dream

Discover the expert hospitality you need to make your wedding happen in the Hudson Valley, no matter how chill or luxe it may be.

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Barn Weddings: A Primer

Choosing a renovated barn could be better than your traditional banquet hall, so here's some advice to make sure your wedding goes off without a hitch.

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Prints Charming: Expert advice on taking amazing wedding photos to last a lifetime

Advice from the expert on taking wedding photos that will last through the ages.

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Hudson Valley Events

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Screening of PBS Documentary: Alzheimer’s: Every Minute Counts

Thu., March 30, 4-6 p.m. — A powerful documentary that illuminates the social and economic consequences for the...

BeanRunner Poetry Project and Poet with Ibrahim Siddiq

Thu., March 30, 6-9 p.m. — Ibrahim Siddiq is a teaching artist for the Henry Street Settlement through...

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Hudson Valley Tweets

Shopping and Style

Chronogram regularly publishes articles on fashion in the Hudson Valley. Our shopping category contains information about local stores selling everything from antiques to cutting-edge clothing. Chronogram’s beauty and fashion category takes a look at seasonal styles, surveying what’s available in various communities throughout the valley.

Entertaining

Our entertaining coverage discusses how to throw a great party, ranging from informal garden parties to formal affairs. Our wedding coverage focuses on everything involved with that special day, from cake alternatives to entering into matrimony on a budget. Holiday and New Years Eve event listings keep Hudson Valley residents up-to-date on all of the options for celebrating in different communities.

Money & Investing

Our money and investing category reports on ways to spend money and invest intelligently, focusing on the local economy. Recent articles include an interview with mother of localism Judy Wicks, and how the thriving financial field of impact investing offers the possibility for fiscal growth and social change.

Nature

Chronogram’s outdoors and sustainability categories emphasize the Hudson Valley’s natural environment—and the necessity to protect it. Outdoors focuses primarily on events in the region, from skiing and snowboarding to hikes in the forest. Sustainability takes a look at green events (like the annual Rosendale EarthFest) and ecologically minded thinkers in our area (like Scenic Hudson’s Sacha Spector).