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Editor's Note: Here's Comes Another Lesson* | August 2021

Editor's Note: Here's Comes Another Lesson* | August 2021

Brian K Mahoney comes out of ultimate frisbee retirement at 50—and pays the price.

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Editor's Note: Merrily, Merrily, Shall I Live Now | July 2021

Summer is upon us and there are real reasons for optimism. Although there will always be subset of folks who are irrationally exuberant—their toxic positivity causing a range of disasters from boom-and-bust cycles in the stock market to a belief that the Mets will ever win another National League title, let alone a World Series (don’t be fooled by a strong start!)—there is a case to be made for cautious optimism.

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Editor's Note: The Close of Cowboy Season | June 2021

Editorial director Brian K. Mahoney remembers local craft beer pioneer and stalwart community member the late Tommy Keegan of Keegan Ales.

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Editor’s Note: Racing Stripes | May 2021

A fleeting encounter with a tic and a mix up at the doctor's office spur Chronogram editor Brian Mahoney to chagrin getting older.

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Editor's Note: Community As Commodity | April 2021

Brian Mahoney discusses the new upscale projects and high end ventures popping up around Kingston and how they are exacerbating its already dire housing crisis.

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Editor's Note: Evening All Afternoon | March 2021

Editorial director Brian Mahoney ruminates on near death experiences, the present shifts in our political landscape, and poetic musings while strolling with his pups through the snowy landscape of his local park.

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Editor’s Note: A Visit to the Museum | February 2021

Brian K. Mahoney has a vision of the Trump Presidential library.

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Editor's Note: Happy New Year! Happy New Year. Happy New Year? | January 2021

January is the month for self-reinvention—and self-delusion.

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Editor's Note: America, When Will You Be Angelic?* | December 2020

Whatever happened to the idea of America?

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Editor's Note: 45 | November 2020

Descriptions of our current president.

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Editor's Note: Wall Ball | October 2020

Memories of school from the past contrasted with school during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Editor's Note: Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls | September 2020

Chronogram's editorial director Brian K Mahoney addresses readers' concerns about a previously published article.

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Editor's Note: Found in the Supermarket | August 2020

Chronogram's editorial director Brian K Mahoney reminisces about the simple happiness and sanctuary that a Milton Glaser designed supermarket gave him.

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Editor's Note: Comforting Myths | July 2020

Chronogram's editorial director Brian K Mahoney on the recent movement caused by systemic flaws effecting the black community.

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Editor's Note: Up the River | June 2020

Chronogram's editorial director Brian K Mahoney on the appeal of Amazon and the need to cancel your Prime account to save local businesses.

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Editor's Note: Quaranta | May 2020

Chronogram's editorial director Brian K Mahoney makes comparisons to past pandemics and discovers little difference between now and then.

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