Hudson Valley; Chronogram | Issue Archives | Mar 1, 2015
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  • Vol. 21, No. 27
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  • Nightlife Highlights: Brazilian Girls
  • Music
  • Nightlife Highlights: Brazilian Girls

    Early on, the band, which this month plays Club Helsinki for the first time, won the patronage of Talking Heads main man David Byrne, who appeared on their 2008 single "I'm Losing Myself" (the group covered the Heads' "Cross Eyed and Painless" for a 2007 AIDS benefit album). The foursome's danceable cocktail makes a fine tonic for the winter blues.
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  • Psychic Chip Coffey
  • Theater
  • Psychic Chip Coffey

    In his return to Woodstock on March 28 at the Byrdcliffe Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, “An Evening with Chip Coffey,” the psychic will hold a gallery reading, including a Q&A session and readings for randomly selected audience members.
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  • Spell Breaking
  • Theater
  • Spell Breaking

    The Ministry of Maåt in Kingston, an international group of men and women who teach educational and spiritual growth, will perform excerpts from their recently published book, Spell Breaking: Remembered Ways of Being (Deep Listening Institute), at the Rosendale Theatre on March 29.
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  • What You Can Get Away With
  • Visual Art
  • What You Can Get Away With

    Starting March 7, the Williams College Museum of Art will host "Warhol by the Book," a study of Andy Warhol’s contributions to the field of publishing. Curated by Matt Wrbican, chief archivist of the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, the exhibition boasts more than 500 objects—paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, manuscripts, letters, LP covers, dust jackets, portrait films, and artists' books—in a setting that mimics Warhol’s personal library.
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  • Venus Square Jupiter: A Little of What You Love Goes a Long Way
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  • Venus Square Jupiter: A Little of What You Love Goes a Long Way

    If your week began with some unexpected reminders of ways you’ve held yourself back due to old hurts, you might be feeling more inclined than usual to give yourself a pass today and just do what feels good. You might even feel like spreading the love around to the people you adore. A square between Venus in Taurus and Jupiter in Leo are the planets behind the mood, but it’s operating in a wider context known as The Eclipse Zone.
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