Bethlehem Senior Choir celebrates a decade of providing music for seniors by seniors
One local singing group is kicking off its 10-year anniversary with a series of events throughout the year.
The Trains and Toys exhibit at miSci has become a tradition for many families
In a world where 8-year-olds beg for the latest cellphone, the sight of a toy train set still holds a special kind of magic this time of year – especially in Schenectady.
Voorheesville Middle School Drama Club to present a musical twist on a classic this weekend
Two years ago, Stefanie DeFronzo took a summer workshop at the Mac-Haydn Theatre in Chatham and played the white queen in the musical “Wonderland.”
Director to begin casting in the Capital District for film that has become a labor of love
A Brooklyn-based production team – headed by acclaimed documentary director, Jeremiah Zagar – is preparing to spend the summer filming in the Capital District, and is currently auditioning local talent in search of the lead role.
Performer puts an urban twist on ‘Peter and the Wolf’
Cartier Williams, who stars in the debut of “Peter and the Wolf, An Urban Tale” on Nov. 21 and 22 at The Egg Center for Performing Arts, said he was looking to bring an updated classic to the stage.
Capital Holiday Lights in the Park a tradition for many area families
When Lenny Ricchiuti speaks of the Capital Holiday Lights in the Park, he speaks proudly of how the annual event has become a tradition.
‘American Medea’ at Skidmore examines the similarities between Euripides’ subject and modern-day examples
While researching the weighty subject of filicide, the deliberate act of a parent killing their own child, for her play “American Medea,” writer and director Holly Derr found herself talking with anyone who would listen.
Toy Truck Mobile Museum stops in Slingerlands, showcases its 50-year history
Fascination over Hess’ toy trucks seemed to hold an ageless appeal at a recent and rare showing of the entire collection.
Restaurants offering takeout or holiday service give kitchen-weary hosts a break
Some people love spending Thanksgiving in the kitchen, but it’s not for everyone, and preparing an elaborate holiday meal is just one of the 8.8 million complaints you’ll see if you Google “Thanksgiving stinks.”
Director will portray Emily Dickinson to raise money
Emily Dickinson will be brought to life next month as her poems are recited as part of a local school benefit.
Empire State Plaza Auto Show features the latest models in an indoor setting
The 2014 Empire State Plaza Auto Show will give attendees a hands-on look at dozens of 2015 automobile models, as well as present-day ones.
Library turns the city into a game board to introduce new patrons to its Pruyn Collection
As the local history librarian for Albany Public Library, Jim Davies has found a way to combine his love for history with his love of gaming.
‘Make Me Laugh’ is a way for Capital District comedians to gain exposure, experience
Dan Frigolette was a Syracuse undergrad studying journalism before he started on a career path in stand-up comedy.
Collaboration brings about performances of ‘Pinkalicious’ and ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’
The Palace Performing Arts Center is adding to its 2014/2015 season two family-oriented theatrical offerings produced by Albany’s Park Playhouse.
Director of documentary about the Dalai Lama to discuss his work at The Spectrum
The chance to meet the Dalai Lama is, for many, a life-altering experience.
- Portion of Albany County Rail Trail closed
- NYS YMCAs to hold advocacy day at Capitol on May 7
- Dani Moz talks moving on to the Top 12
- Thacher Park Final Master Plan
- Thacher and Thompson Lake master plan public hearing announced
- Local summer concert series schedule
- Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at The Crossings on March 23
- Tonko to visit V'ville library, discuss healthcare changes
- Colonie Restaurant Week to Run March 18-24, 2013
- Local rapper writes SUNY anthem