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The Chronogrammies Are Almost Here!

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Have you been thinking about who’s on your “nice” list? No, not that one. We’re talking about which Hudson Valley businesses you’re going to nominate for the Chronogrammies Readers’ Choice Awards!


From tacos to tattoo parlors, we want to hear about all the people, places, and things that make you love this region. Starting January 1 (at 12:01am to be exact) through February 29 (leap year!), you’ll be able to nominate your favorite Hudson Valley businesses in 125 categories for a Chronogrammies Readers' Choice Award.


After nominations close on February 29, we’ll send the top three businesses in each category on to the final voting round. To announce the results, we’ll publish all the winners, plus the first and second runners-up, in the July issue of Chronogram. Then, it’s time to party! For one night only, we’ll toast our winners right alongside the people who chose
them—you!


Find all the details, rules, and categories here.

Chronogrammies Countdown

Nominations open online

January 1-February 29


Nominations tallied

March 1-31


Voting round

April 1-May 31


Final votes tallied

June 1-30


Winners announced in Chronogram

July 1


Let’s Party!

Come celebrate the Chronogrammies winners with our blow-out bash.
Date and details to come.


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