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click to enlarge Opening of Henry Klimowicz's corrugated cardboard constructions at the Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut on January 7.
  • Opening of Henry Klimowicz's corrugated cardboard constructions at the Tremaine Gallery at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut on January 7.

click to enlarge Rhett Miller performing at Orient Lounge at Bull & Buddha in Poughkeepsie on January 13. - BRYAN CARPRARI
  • Bryan Carprari
  • Rhett Miller performing at Orient Lounge at Bull & Buddha in Poughkeepsie on January 13.

click to enlarge Annie Leibovitz reading her recent book Pilgrimage at Oblong Books and Music in Rhinebeck on January 7. - PRISCILLA HERDMAN
  • Priscilla Herdman
  • Annie Leibovitz reading her recent book Pilgrimage at Oblong Books and Music in Rhinebeck on January 7.

click to enlarge "Mojo" Myles Mancuso counting down to midnight in the barn at the Buttermilk Falls New Year's Eve bash.
  • "Mojo" Myles Mancuso counting down to midnight in the barn at the Buttermilk Falls New Year's Eve bash.

click to enlarge Rep. Maurice Hinchey of the New York's 22md Congressional District announcing his retirement after 10 terms at the Senate House in Kingston on January 19. - BRYAN CARPRARI
  • Bryan Carprari
  • Rep. Maurice Hinchey of the New York's 22md Congressional District announcing his retirement after 10 terms at the Senate House in Kingston on January 19.

click to enlarge Christina Varga, Mikey Teutul, and Jake Gustafson at the opening of "2012 Invitational Show" at Varga Gallery in Woodstock on January 14. - CHRISTINA VARGA
  • Christina Varga
  • Christina Varga, Mikey Teutul, and Jake Gustafson at the opening of "2012 Invitational Show" at Varga Gallery in Woodstock on January 14.

click to enlarge A panel of gay military veterans discussing their experiences under the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on January 14.
  • A panel of gay military veterans discussing their experiences under the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy at Fovea Exhibitions in Beacon on January 14.

click to enlarge Mavis Staples at the Bardavon in Poughkeepsie on January 21. - BRYAN CARPRARI
  • Bryan Carprari
  • Mavis Staples at the Bardavon in Poughkeepsie on January 21.

click to enlarge Chronogram's "Covers Show" opening at Hudson Coffee Traders in Kingston on January 6. - PETER BRANDT
  • Peter Brandt
  • Chronogram's "Covers Show" opening at Hudson Coffee Traders in Kingston on January 6.

click to enlarge Aimee Mann perfoming at the Bearsville Theater on January 20. - MICHAEL LAMUNIERE
  • Michael Lamuniere
  • Aimee Mann perfoming at the Bearsville Theater on January 20.

click to enlarge The opening reception for "Go West," featuring works by Karlos Carcamo, Greg Slick, and Eleanor White, at Beacon Artists Union in Beacon on January 14. - LISA ZUKOWSKI
  • Lisa Zukowski
  • The opening reception for "Go West," featuring works by Karlos Carcamo, Greg Slick, and Eleanor White, at Beacon Artists Union in Beacon on January 14.

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