Hudson Valley; Chronogram | Issue Archives | Jul 1, 2007
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  • July 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 7

Arts & Culture

  • Subversive Complications
  • Books & Authors
  • Subversive Complications

    The praise her first book received couldn’t match Kakutani’s exuberance over _Eat the Document_. Spiotta’s “stunning new novel,” the _Times_ critic proclaimed, possessed “the staccato ferocity of a Joan Didion essay and the historical resonance and razzle-dazzle language of a Don DeLillo novel.”
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  • Bang in the Berkshires
  • Music
  • Bang in the Berkshires

    The Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival offers a full schedule of performances by composers from America and abroad, as well as workshops, live improvisation, children’s events, master classes, music business seminars, free gallery recitals, and more.
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  • CD Review (July)--Poem Rocket
  • Music
  • CD Review (July)--Poem Rocket

    Formed in New York City around the core, husband-and-wife duo of Michael Peters (vocals, guitar) and Sandra Gardner (bass, vocals, keyboards), Poem Rocket has been plying its highly individual brand of electroacoustic, post-punk art pop for nearly 15 years.
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  • Notes from Underground
  • Music
  • Notes from Underground

    A dynamic of eternal fame is the subject of Glimmerglass Opera’s 2007 festival season, as it explores the ancient story of Orpheus in four operas and a concert spanning a period of four centuries through July and August.
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  • Zazen Poetics
  • Poetry
  • Zazen Poetics

    "The future of literary culture in this country is pretty much dependent upon the independent literary press. If we don’t do it, who’s going to? I’m a proselytizer for poetry. I’m passionate about it," says Chase Twichell.
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  • Poetry
  • Poem: Peril

    One leaned over to the other and exclaimed, “I tried dating for a while,but it was so depressing, I just became celibate—it was easier—it’s a control thing.”
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  • Cool Katz
  • Visual Art
  • Cool Katz

    The people inhabiting Katz’s paintings are of a type—slender and white, crisp and clean, conveying a certain ease (if not affluence). They are, in fact, more object than subject.
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