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Editor's Note: Hole-In-One

Editor's Note: Hole-In-One

Chronogram editor Brian K. Mahoney revisits a childhood vacation spot as an adult.

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Editor's Note: "Oh Rats!" or, Lessons from the Infestation

Editorial Director Brian K. Mahoney deals with a rat infestation at home.

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Editor's Note: The Cave of Secrets

Editor Brian Mahoney on reading novels, The Vaults of Yoh-Vohombis, and a memory of childhood.

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Editor's Note: What the World Needs Now

Brian K. Mahoney
A note from Chronogram's Editor, Brian K. Mahoney.

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Editor's Note: Spring Gleaning

Editor Brian Mahoney offers words of advice.

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Editor's Note: Lions & Lambs

Brian Mahoney reflects on events that occurred during the month of March.

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Editor's Note: Welcome to NoPo

Brian Mahoney reflects on moving to Kingston with his wife and the area in which they have planted roots, NoPo.

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Editor's Note: An Inauguration Memory

Brian Mahoney reflects on childhood memories of Ronald Reagan's Inauguration.

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Editor's Note: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part

Editor Brian Mahoney's take on conversations with the political "opposition."

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Editor's Note: At Least America Is Going To Be Great Again

Editor Brian Mahoney's response to Election 2016, and President-Elect Donald Trump.

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Editor's Note: Locker Room Talk

Editor Brian Mahoney's take on locker room talk, involving an adolescent breach of privacy.

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Editor's Note: Letter to Adeline*

Editor Brian Mahoney's letter of life advice to his newborn niece.

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Editor's Note: The Great Thing is the Earth Itself

Editor Brian Mahoney's thoughts on hiking the Catskills in relation to time,self, and beauty.

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Editor's Note: To Come

Frank Spinelli Documented the RNC
In September, we will run a photo essay with Spinelli's images. Unfortunately, they arrived too late for this month.

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Editor's Note: Disassemblage

Editor Brian Mahoney reflects on how easy it is to deconstruct.

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Editor's Note: Blurred Lines

When my parents left me in the custodianship of some hapless neighborhood teenagers to go out to dinner—in effect to get away from me, their first-born and at that point only child—I would eat a Swanson frozen meal for dinner (and imagine what might be in the doggie bag they'd bring home).

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