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Chronogram 25th Birthday Party 

25th Birthday Party

click to enlarge Projections by light artist Joe Wheaton.
  • Projections by light artist Joe Wheaton.

On November 10, Chronogram celebrated its 25th birthday party with a bash at the Fuller Building, an adaptive reuse project spearheaded by architect Scott Dutton in Kingston. Hundreds of fans gathered to boogie down to the music of Paul Rivers Bailey and the Forefathers and sing "Happy Birthday" to the magazine.

Photos by Philip Vaughan.

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