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Chronogram ARTS.CULTURE.SPIRIT.

FOUNDERS Jason Stern & Amara Projansky

EDITORIAL EDITORIAL DIRECTOR

Brian K. Mahoney ART DIRECTOR

Carla Rozman NEWS & POLITICS EDITOR

Lorna Tychostup ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Susan Piperato CONTRIBUTING EDITOR

view from the top 9 EDITOR’S NOTE Chronogram bids farewell to outgoing art director Carla Rozman. 11 ESTEEMED READER David Appelbaum writes a guest column in Jason Stern’s stead.

news and politics 12 SPIRALING IN AND OUT OF BAGHDAD Lorna Tychostup reports from Iraq. 20 BABY TALK The Linguistics of Embryos. Lynn Harris on “microscopic Americans.”

community notebook 12

24 PRISON PARCHMENT Jay Blotcher attends a college commencement behind bars. 26 RIDING THE WAVES Sharon Nichols hangs with Gattine and Franz from WDST.

backbone 28 LUCID DREAMING Tell Me a Story. Beth E. Wilson on the narrative impulse in art. 30 LIFE IN THE BALANCE Driving the Drive. Susan Piperato investigates biodiesel cars. 32 FRANKLY SPEAKING Cultivating Myself. Frank Crocitto aims for perfection. 34 EAR WHACKS Twisted Brothers. By Sharon Nichols. CD Reviews, Nightlife Highlights. 38 FRAME BY FRAME Inside/Out. Jeff Economy reviews current film releases. 40 PLANET WAVES Introspection. Astrological observations by Eric Francis Coppolino.

60 LOCAL COMPONENTS Mala Hoffman visits Fala Technologies in Kingston.

chef spotlight 62 A LITTLE BIT OFTEN Brian K. Mahoney taps into tapas at 23 Broadway. 64 TASTINGS A directory of what’s cooking and where to get it.

the book shelf 72 MOTHER OF INVENTION Nina Shengold profiles editor Ann Patty. 74 BOOK REVIEWS, SHORT TAKES, OUT & ALOUD

whole living guide 78 HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS: SAVINGS OR SCAM? Jeanne Lenzer investigates. 82 CHRISTIANITY’S LOST GODDESS Elissa Richard explores the sacred feminine. 84 WHOLE LIVING DIRECTORY Products and services for a positive lifestyle.

the forecast 103 ART GALLERIES 106 DAILY CALENDAR

business directory 11 8 A COMPENDIUM OF ADVERTISER SERVICES

dwellings 134 MID-HUDSON REAL ESTATE LISTINGS

parting shot 136 A KNOT ONCE TIED A digital image by Liza Macrae.

3/05

Phillip Levine COPY EDITOR

Andrea Birnbaum PROOFREADERS

Molly Maeve Eagan, Laura McLaughlin DESIGN ASSISTANT

Kari Giordano

PRODUCTION PRODUCTION MANAGER

Yulia Zarubina-Brill PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Rebecca Zilinski PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Julie Novak PRODUCTION INTERN

Kiersten Miench

PUBLISHING ADVERTISING SALES

Jamaine Bell, Ralph Jenkins, Lisa Protter

OFFICE ASSISTANT

the art of business

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Lorrie Klosterman POETRY EDITOR

Bill Cutrer, Jacqueline Markowski, Christopher Propora, and Alice Radosh.

53 FAMILY MOVIE NIGHTS Bust out the popcorn and Good and Plenty.

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Nina Shengold WHOLE LIVING EDITOR

OFFICE MANAGER

49 THE FAMILY THAT PLAYS TOGETHER... Games the whole family will enjoy.

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Sharon Nichols BOOKS EDITOR

46 POETICA Poems by Rachel Bishop, Elizabeth Caffrey, Sean Casey, Samuel Claiborne,

family supplement

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Jim Andrews MUSIC EDITOR

Lisa Mitchel-Shapiro Kate O’Keefe TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR

Justin Zipperle MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION

Tamara Zipperle SALES & MARKETING INTERN

Kristen Rodecker PUBLISHER

Jason Stern PRINTER

New York Press Direct CONTRIBUTORS Emil Alzamora, David Appelbaum, Douglas Baz, Jay Blotcher, Eric Francis Coppolino, Frank Crocitto, Mike Dubisch, Molly Maeve Eagan, Jeff Economy, Tara Engberg, Jim Fossett, Roy Gumpel, Lynn Harris, Mala Hoffman, Jonathan D. King, Susan Krawitz, Jeanne Lenzer, J.B. Lowe, David Malachowski, David Marell, Dane McCauley, Anne Pyburn, Fionn Reilly, Elissa Richard, Andy Singer, Jane Smith, Sparrow, Wavy Davy, Beth E. Wilson ALL CONTENTS COPYRIGHT 2005

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Chronogram March 2005  

A regional magazine dedicated to stimulating and supporting the creative and cultural life of New York's beautiful Hudson Valley

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