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Chronogram Seen: July 2012

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Griffin Goldsmith of Dawes at Clearwater. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Griffin Goldsmith of Dawes at Clearwater.

Gary Clark, Jr. at Mountain Jam at Hunter Mountain. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Gary Clark, Jr. at Mountain Jam at Hunter Mountain.

Tedeschi Trucks Band at Mountain Jam. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Tedeschi Trucks Band at Mountain Jam.

Steve Winwood at Mountain Jam. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Steve Winwood at Mountain Jam.

Members of the Arts Society of Kingston board of directors posing with aerialist and author Philippe Petit, who was honored along with composer Peter Schickele and painter Jane Bloodgood Abrams at ASK’s Havin’ a Ball benefit at the Steel House in Kingston. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Members of the Arts Society of Kingston board of directors posing with aerialist and author Philippe Petit, who was honored along with composer Peter Schickele and painter Jane Bloodgood Abrams at ASK’s Havin’ a Ball benefit at the Steel House in Kingston.

Peter Schickele accepting his award. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Peter Schickele accepting his award.

Jane Bloodgood Abrams accepting her award. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • Jane Bloodgood Abrams accepting her award.

On the set of Doomsdays, a madcap comedy about doomsday-obsessed vagabonds in the Catskills, written and directed by Eddie Mullins, co-owner of Kingston’s One Mile Gallery. The film, which was shot at locations across Ulster County and the Catskills, stars Laura Campbell and Justin Rice, pictured above. Photo by Kelly Merchant - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • On the set of Doomsdays, a madcap comedy about doomsday-obsessed vagabonds in the Catskills, written and directed by Eddie Mullins, co-owner of Kingston’s One Mile Gallery. The film, which was shot at locations across Ulster County and the Catskills, stars Laura Campbell and Justin Rice, pictured above. Photo by Kelly Merchant

The Saugerties Performing Arts Factory (SPAF) officially opened its doors to the public with a group exhibition in its 10,000-square-foot gallery space. - JIM RICE
  • Jim Rice
  • The Saugerties Performing Arts Factory (SPAF) officially opened its doors to the public with a group exhibition in its 10,000-square-foot gallery space.

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