Hudson Valley; Chronogram | Issue Archives | Apr 1, 2007
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  • April 2007
  • Vol. 15, No. 4

Arts & Culture

  • Books & Authors
  • Short Takes

    Whether they’re writing about military realities, queer identity, land use issues up- and downriver, or that iconoclastic bride of Christ, these five local authors are helping to break new ground.
  • Guitar Glory
  • Music
  • Guitar Glory

    On April 14, Leo Kottke, joins David Lindley, at the historic Paramount Center for the Arts in Peekskill.
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  • Divine Alliance
  • Music
  • Divine Alliance

    On April 10, the Bardavon in Poughkeepsie will host a stop on the eagerly anticipated tour pairing virtuoso pianist Brad Mehldau with legendary guitarist Pat Metheny.
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  • Things Fall Apart
  • Visual Art
  • Things Fall Apart

    Think of how often we seem to revel in the image of our own destruction. We seem, as a culture, to have fully embraced what Freud identified as the “death drive,” the erotics of Thanatos.
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  • Visual Art
  • Poetry

    Poems by Erin Buttner, Mark Massey, Jeffrey Aaron Schmidt, Peter Scheckner, Nicholas Ripatrazone, Jeffrey Paggi, Amy Beth Barton, Lauren Tamraz Judson, Kim Barke, and Michael Hunt.
  • Juried Hanging
  • Visual Art
  • Juried Hanging

    For “Photowork ’07,” Barrett Art Center’s 20th annual national juried photography exhibition, the Poughkeepsie gallery’s director, Laurie Strange, gave juror Asher Miller the freedom to select works not based on any particular theme or genre.
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  • Little Dollface
  • Visual Art
  • Little Dollface

    “Dollface,” which runs April 12 through 15, is a sidelong wink at the synthetically cheery 1950s and the breezy musicals that flourished during that era.
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  • Portfolio: George Quasha
  • Visual Art
  • Portfolio: George Quasha

    George Quasha is something of a latter-day Renaissance man, with a wide-ranging list of accomplishments as a publisher, a poet, an artist, and an all-around inquiring mind.
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Home & Garden

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Wellness

  • Horse Tales
  • General Wellness
  • Horse Tales

    Hippotherapy literally means “treatment with the help of the horse. The idea of seeking aid for human ailments from horses began in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria in the 1960s.
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