cover / parting shot
Submit your original work to be considered for the cover of Chronogram and the magazine's "Parting Shot" to David Perry, Creative Director, at email@example.com. Please note: Chronogram does not pay for cover or "Parting Shot" art. All mailed artwork must come with a SASE in order to be returned.
Paintings/mixed media/photographs: 300dpi jpeg or tiff files at size are preferred. Cover: at least 10 inches wide by 13 inches high. Parting Shot: at… Continue
Added by barbara capalbo on November 30, 2009 at 2:13pm —
Please see attached story that was published in the TImes Union regarding banding peregrine falcon young at the Newburgh Beacon bridge: http://archives.timesunion.com/mweb/wmsql.wm.request?oneimage&imageid=7944565
ADVOCATES VENTURE INTO BIRDS' DOMAIN
Here's one more but not local info: a more recent example of a reader's tale published:… Continue
Added by barbara capalbo on November 27, 2009 at 7:00pm —
The Richard C. Bartlett Environmental Education Award is awarded annually to an outstanding educator who has successfully integrated environmental education into his or her daily education programs. A $5,000 cash award is provided for the recipient to continue their work in environmental education..
Read more about the Bartlett Award. http://www.neefusa.org/bartlettaward.htm
The Richard C. Bartlett… Continue
Added by barbara capalbo on November 27, 2009 at 2:00pm —
CELEBRATE A LOVED ONE'S LIFE! http://www.storycorps.org/
"Our mission is to honor and celebrate one another’s lives through listening."
Dear National Day of Listening Participants,
A reporter from The New Jersey Star is writing an article about
StoryCorps second annual National Day of Listening. She would like to
interview local people who are planning to record an interview for
this year's National Day of… Continue
Added by barbara capalbo on November 24, 2009 at 12:00am —
A SECOND CHANCE TO ENTER AND WIN
Below is the sunset clip from North by Northwest. Care to hazard a guess about the location?
Send your reply here by Wednesday midnight. The best answer will win a copy of Jim Heron's Denning's Point: A Hudson River History (The last landmark in the first clip). In the case of a tie, a random drawing will determine the winner.
Good Luck! And thanks to all the contestants.… Continue
Added by barbara capalbo on November 23, 2009 at 11:27pm —
In case you didn't know about this... this contest was challenging and fun. I never even thought to enter till the last moment. I certainly never expected to win!
I did post the Hitchcock On The Hudson contest later last week for everyone else to know about and enter to win.
Added by barbara capalbo on November 23, 2009 at 10:32pm —
I am removing the public discussion forum on November 30th.
Members interested in discussion forums may start or join a group. Groups have internal discussion boards moderated by each group’s creator.
The contents of open groups (discussion threads, etc.) are viewable by the general public. If you would like the contents of your group to only be viewed by group members, you’ll need to select "moderated membership" under the privacy settings when you first create a… Continue
Added by Kelly Kingman on November 23, 2009 at 1:20pm —
Thanks to all who performed and all who came to make this event a success. Click on link to read Melissa's story, you can also check the event comments to see who performed.
Added by russell St.George on November 22, 2009 at 12:55pm —
The Third and final in our series of Horror/Fantasy. 50 celebrated icons of the living dead. Including zombies, mummies, spirits, ghosts and various other forms of re-animated dead stuff!
You can has it in men's or women's… Continue
Added by Chop Shop on November 21, 2009 at 9:40pm —
School of Jellyfish wonderful Hot Chocolate and shots now with Hemp Milk as well.
give it a try.
we also serve food and plate of the day. all organic and local.
183 Main street-845-440-8017 firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by lily zand on November 19, 2009 at 3:49pm —
December Membership Breakfast Meeting
An unfiltered, “no holds barred” discussion with Jay H. Walder, who officially began his role MTA Chairman and chief executive officer on October 5. Walder has vowed to shake up the authority, which is the largest transit agency in the United States.
This conversation, dually moderated by Ann Meagher (Greater Southern Dutchess Chamber of Commerce) and Jonathan Drapkin (Pattern for Progress), will tackle the… Continue
Added by Rob Penner on November 18, 2009 at 12:09pm —
Added by Randolph School on November 16, 2009 at 8:00pm —
Join us at At 6pm to hear photographer Christopher Churchill, who will present an artist’s talk along with Guest Curator Michael Itkoff of Daylight Magazine.
An exploration into the different perspectives of faith in America. Every flavor and manifestation of faith is examined in this 5-year… Continue
Added by Stephanie Heimann on November 13, 2009 at 1:18pm —
Paper Presence has relocated to 133 Main Street in Beacon!!!!
Visit us at our new location on the West end of town, next to the new
Bank Square coffeehouse
>We are now fully stocked for the upcoming holiday season.
We have a unique selection of:
Boxed and individual holiday cards
Fill-in or custom designed invitations
Ornaments and home decorations
Calendars and date books
Paper plates and napkins
Added by Lydia Lynch on November 12, 2009 at 11:23am —
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED NOW TO RESTORE 2010 COUNTY FUNDING FOR
CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION DUTCHESS COUNTY!
Click on our website to learn more about how can help!
The County Executive has released his budget for 2010, which reflects a *nearly $500,000 (50%) cut* in county funding for your Cornell Cooperative Extension… Continue
Added by Green Teen on November 7, 2009 at 3:13pm —
NYSOEA is a professional non-profit organization that promotes interdisciplinary life-long learning in, for, and about the outdoors and seeks to inspire appreciation of the environment by all people. We are starting to expand with memberships and programs. As the Environmental Education (EE) Literacy Committee moves forward with trying to help schools merge EE into our current systems, we are looking for people to join the membership and contribute with any knowledge. You can help make our… Continue
Added by Nate Garcia on November 7, 2009 at 1:01pm —
Due to the bad economy we changed all of our prices to help you the customer get through hard times.
we also are running a special on soup and a sandwich.
combo, small soup of the day, turkey, ham, or bologna, with cheese, lettuce, tomato, mayo or mustard $8.00
come on down.
Added by Frankie Suppa owner of Suppa's Deli on November 7, 2009 at 10:30am —
Wanted to share this letter from NYC Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer
On October 1st my office launched the “Kill the Drill” campaign to prevent gas drilling in New York City’s upstate watershed. Since then, a powerful coalition of elected officials, community leaders and environmental advocates has been forming to stand up and say NO to this dangerous threat and demand that our drinking water be protected.
At stake is the quality of… Continue
Added by Elizabeth on November 6, 2009 at 12:19pm —
From the Dutchess County Board of Elections
Ward 1: Jerry Landisi
Ward 2: Charles Kelly
Ward 3: Randy Casale
Ward 4: Sara Pasti
Added by Kelly Kingman on November 4, 2009 at 4:35pm —
Hey ya'll. Hope the Fall is treating everyone well!
Going to be setting up a temporary shop once more in Beacon before the year closes. Hope some of you can come out and say hi and maybe find a nice handmade gift or two while you're at it.
It's the Elant at Fishkill Holiday Craft Fair. From 10am to 4pm at 22 Robert R. Kasin Way, just north of I-84 off 9D (right side).
Ok. I'm way behind on absolutely everything, but wanted to post this before I forgot to do… Continue
Added by Andrea N. (once of pearldaddy) on November 4, 2009 at 2:23pm —