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Our October 17 issue

Women in Business issue Adirondack Film Fest. Talking Presidential politics. Adk. Thunder open regular season Sat. at the Cool Arena. Strand Theater festivities. Fort William Henry can’t find housekeepers; turns to Albany treatment center. Notre Dame Glee Club at GF High on Wed., Oct. 23. ARCC moving to law firm’s bldg. on Warren St. GE to start taking down Fort Edward buildings. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the

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Film Fest fantastic

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The second annual Adirondack Film Festival — organized by the Adirondack Theatre Festival — was a rousing success, electrifying downtown Glens Falls. For two days and nights, Friday and Saturday, we were our own little Park City, Utah — Sundance Film Festival’s home.

Sidewalks overflowed with filmmakers and film-goers rushing to get on line for screenings, pausing to eat out, even doing some shopping.…

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Our October 26 issue

Halloween issue | Lymphoma breakthrough. Glens Falls Mayor race. Moreau Town Supervisor. Film Fest fantastic! Jim & Heidi’s Haunted Graveyard. Chronicle Book Fair coming Nov. 5th. 5 Culvert Street sells. SUNY Adk Culinary to move to 14 Hudson. Political pot boils in Queensbury. Lots of real estate listings… Find your dream home! Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after page of things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts

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Our October 19 issue

Women in Business issue | Adirondack Film Fest’s secret weapon? Jess Levandoski. Chris Sarandon here Friday for Film Fest. Post-Star stops the press. Jimmer’s new shoes. Cleverdale as well as Assembly Point got DEC’s OK for deer hunt. Is Glens Falls Hospital about to change who does its anesthesiology? 5 seek Queensbury’s 4-at-large seats on Warren County Board. Moreau: Four newcomers vie for open seats on town board. Post-Star charged …

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Warrensburg grad’s movie, set for Adk. Film Fest

‘Oak Bones,’ young Lindsay Corriveau’s short fantasy

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

When Lindsay Corriveau graduated from Warrensburg High School in 2012, she had a pretty good sense that she might want to go into movie making, she says.

“My parents are both very artistic. I grew up dabbling in all of the arts, music, painting, theater,” Ms. Corriveau said.

Her parents are Beth and Jim. He is the …

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