Exhibit highlights the ways canals and railroads made history in New York
Advances in technology change the way we live, and life in the 18th century was no exception when tracks were laid, creating a new path for change across New York state.
Solstice celebration grows with Helderberg-Hudson Rail Trail
As the days grow longer and the season grows warmer, more people are getting outside to enjoy the beauty of Albany County.
Annual battle of the bands at Tawasentha Park in Guilderland raises money to aid humanitarian efforts in Africa
In 1985, 44 artists came together to help fight disease and famine in Africa with the single, “We Are the World.” On Friday, music will once again be used as a way to raise money for efforts in Africa, except this time the performers are area teenagers.
Village featuring photography exhibit to feature roots of Altamont Fair
Festivities at the Altamont Fair were far different 121 years ago when the inaugural event kicked off after a year of planning and preparations.
Latham writer’s story included in an anthology of tales by Baby Boomer
Being published in an anthology of written wisdom wasn’t necessarily something Linda Berkery had always wanted to do, but she was inspired to take that leap about a year ago after seeing an ad in a magazine seeking written narratives that provided insight and inspiration.
Capital District gets its own Renaissance Festival promising merriment for all
The NY Capital District Renaissance Festival will be held on Saturday, June 14, and Sunday, June 15, at Indian Ladder Farms in New Scotland, adding a brand-new attraction to the region.
Albany BID launches interactive ‘Play Me I’m Yours’ Sculpture in the Streets exhibit
Pianos are not typically found along Albany’s streets, but 13 fully functional pianos have popped up recently throughout the Central Business District of Albany, and they’re not just for decoration but for anyone to sit down and play.
Play penned by Siena grad a story of friendship and health
Siena alumnus and playwright Rick Wilson found himself inspired by “Menopause.”
Colonie Concert Band kicks off summer with pops performance
The Memorial Concert Band of Colonie is getting ready to kick off its summer schedule with a special guest for its annual pops concert.
Planning Board OKs special use permit, Indian Ladder Farms hosting event
The New Scotland Planning Board on Tuesday, May 6, unanimously approved NY Capital District Renaissance Festival LLC’s request for a special use permit to hold the two-day historical themed event on two parcels of land Peter Ten Eyck owns.
American Music Festival exposes listeners to modern-day composers
Can you imagine enjoying a sandwich with Ludwig Van Beethoven or listening on with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as they rehearse “The Magic Flute”? Unfortunately it’s about 200 years too late for that, but now is your chance to interact with some of tomorrow’s greatest composers.
Sand Creek Middle School’s Cast & Crew club gives everyone a shot at the stage
A school drama club that started 20 years ago with the intent of involving every student who wanted to participate is having a special reunion following the afternoon performance of their spring musical, “Annie.”
Voorheesville fifth-graders to perform ‘Peter Pan Jr.’
Peter Pan may not want to go to school, but the fifth-graders at Voorheesville Elementary School are eager to get there each day to practice their lines for their upcoming show, “Peter Pan Jr.”
The live version of ‘Family Feud’ promises the same antics and energy as the TV show
Game show fanatics who have always wanted the chance to answer “the number one question on the board” are in luck. The popular TV game show “Family Feud” in its live version, will take over the Palace Theatre on Friday, May 2.
Colonie Art League’s spring show uses historic home as a backdrop to showcase itself
In the winter and early springtime, the historic Pruyn House can see a lull in action, but the Colonie Art League gives the house some extra life as it transitions into the warmer spring months.
- Local summer concert series schedule
- Mr. & Mrs. Easter Bunny at The Crossings on March 23
- Local rapper writes SUNY anthem
- Local writers to be featured
- SCCC School of Music Open House
- Niskayuna 2012 Summer Concert Series
- One County, One Book nominations start
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- Students thank BC music teacher with song
- Addams Family kills Proctors crowd