Hudson Valley; Chronogram | Issue Archives | Jul 1, 2008
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  • July 2008
  • Vol. 16, No. 8

Arts & Culture

  • Gravity's Rainbow
  • Music
  • Gravity's Rainbow

    "To play [music] correctly, you really have to leave your ego out of it." Peter Aaron profiles self-taught Cottekill-based saxophonist Joe Giardullo about how music has shaped his life since his discovery of R&B in the early '50s.
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  • Poetry
  • No Return

    A poem by Stephen Jarrell Williams.
  • Poetry
  • Lazarus

    A poem by Christiaan Sabatelli.
  • Lobster House
  • Visual Art
  • Lobster House

    “I would go to flea markets and see really quirky postcards...Why would someone make a postcard of the state highway building of Columbia, South Carolina?” Germantown artist Lisa Krivacka explains her process of rendering vintage postcards of commonplace images into brightly-colored oil paintings.
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  • Tidal Surge
  • Visual Art
  • Tidal Surge

    Fifty works from 20 sculptors will appear in the exhibition “Current,” sponsored by the Garrison Art Center. The exhibit will be held at five different landmark sites along the Hudson River through August 10.
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  • A Different Type of Pole Dance
  • Visual Art
  • A Different Type of Pole Dance

    Bandits and ballet: Polish composer Karol Szymanoski's two largest works for the stage, "King Roger" and "Harnasie," will be performed at the Bard College’s SummerScape starting July 25.
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  • Portfolio: Tatana Kellner
  • Visual Art
  • Portfolio: Tatana Kellner

    Co-director of the Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, Czechoslovakian-born artist Tatana Kellner speaks about her own work in printmaking, photography, and her current installation that examines the history of women's domestic labor on the back of white button-down shirts, Iron.
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News & Politics

  • A Passion for Piano
  • Community Notebook
  • A Passion for Piano

    “There was never a conscious decision to be a concert pianist. I had thought might want to study something in addition to the piano—criminal pathology or archeology—but I can’t even recall when I went from ‘child prodigy’ to professional pianist.” Dorothy Noe interviews freelance concert pianist Babette Hierholzer about her childhood in Berlin, her home in Red Hook, and the development of her craft.
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