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Our June 20 issue

Lake George-Adirondack Summer Guide magazine inside | Chef Colin Miner ups the game at ‘The Q’. Frontier Town campground. A sudden ordeal for Dan Nichols. Primary election day is June 25. Glens Falls Wednesdays — fitness for free through 7/31! Friends of Moreau Park telescope. North Creek mosaics. 3 musical stars here, GF & HF – Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels, Albert Lee! Pete Brown ends Maxwell’s run. Concerts, comedy, shows… …

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Our May 2 issue

Legal issue | Mead’s will end its 70 year run. Beethoven 9th: GFSO this Sunday. Are lockers becoming thing of the past at Qby. High? Qby. Hotel lands NYS Police ,Chiefs next July: All 125 rooms for 2 nights & more. $20-million cleanup proceeds at old NiMo site; GF eyes future use. Drum Corps’ return July 22. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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Chronicle Book Fair is Sunday! Please come

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe offers: The 22nd annual Glens Falls Chronicle Book Fair is Sunday, Nov. 5, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Queensbury Hotel. It’s free, and showcases more than 100 authors and presenters this year.

Don’t come for The Chronicle. Come for those writers, booksellers, publishers.

See the program notes beginning on the next page for a quick look at what each one does.

Every …

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Wild Adriatic’s ‘Summit’ fest? A peak event

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Wild Adriatic did a good thing.

The band’s two-day Summit music festival, Friday and Saturday last week, rocked the Queensbury Hotel as I imagine it’s rarely if ever been rocked before — and that’s knowing The Who stayed there years ago, and no doubt some wedding or another at the venue went a little wild.

Beyond even the music, let me enthuse about this …

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Our April 27 issue

Lawn & Garden issue Queensbury Hotel plans rooftop bar. Grow garlic, she says. Benefits of communities owning forests. First local buyer of all-electric car – Chevy Bolt. Alexander West trial, day by day. Aeon Nexus loan status. Fort Ann’s Old Stone House Library reopens. C.R. Bard to sell for $24-billion. 3 worst lawn pests. O’Reilly Auto Parts store coming to SGF. Fiber Tour this weekend. Concerts, comedy, shows… Page after …

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