Printing service provides visibility to both art and artist
In the 21st century, art takes on a digital form; from the photographs you view to the music you hear, it is all an interpretation of 0s and 1s.
The community playhouse in Albany’s South End is celebrating a milestone achievement this month.
Two Grammy-winning artists headline upcoming season
Standing before one of the Palace Theatre’s ornate staircases, Albany Symphony Orchestra (ASO) Music Director David Alan Miller announced last week yet another ambitious project for the small city orchestra.
Saint Rose’s music industry program is one of nation’s best
On the College of Saint Rose campus, within the walls of a building bearing the name of an iconic media mogul, lies a music industry program with the might and will to surpass the expectations of those in larger cities.
Snow is on the ground, and more is in the forecast, but miSci has relief planned for those opposed to the cold.
The Grammy Award winning Albany Symphony Orchestra is to announce the details of the upcoming 2015-2016 season, among which is to include a major celebrity soloist.
Netflix star speaks about the lonely world of being transgender
As Laverne Cox walked onto the main stage of the University at Albany Performing Arts Center, the filled auditorium greeted her with applause and shouts.
Seven of the world’s talented magicians converged on Proctors
Magic. The word itself conjures a wide spectrum of thoughts that range from witchcraft to alchemy, from carnival shows to your kid brother. In practice, magic is entertaining; and, in the hands of an expert, it is an art form.
New Albany Institute exhibits showcase America’s Pastime
What do Brian Sweeney and Babe Ruth have in common? Both of them are featured in a new, three-part baseball exhibit at the Albany Institute of History and Art.
Valentine’s Day isn’t all chocolate and roses
Meet Pat. A life-sized voodoo doll, Pat is the centerpiece to a fun, light-hearted event planned for singles and hitched alike at the GE Theatre at Proctors on Feb. 14.
Each year, the month of February is set aside to recognize African American history.
This Point of View column appears in the Feb. 4 edition of Spotlight News Living.
A new company has uphill battle to win back a community
The cold winds of winter came early last October when fans of the area’s only indoor go-kart facility learned owners boarded up the doors to their Crossgates Commons location and disappeared.
Bethlehem man ordained as deacon later in life, seeking priesthood
Many people try to find, and fulfill, what they believe is their true calling in life. A local man, however, feels he found his second calling later in life.
Tonko rewards local man’s fight to honor another soldier
A local Korean War veteran’s elation was only beginning to subside two days after attending the 2015 State of the Union address, with him proudly pulling his gold-tinged ticket out an envelope.
- 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
- Tonko to visit V'ville library, discuss healthcare changes
- BOU to hold B-ball fundraiser
- Albany Figure Skating Club to hold spring show
- Au Revoir to my Favorite Gal….Miss Albany Diner