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Governance or Gambit? 9/3/2015 3:29 pm UTC
  In a press release on Tuesday, Albany County Executive Daniel P. McCoy announced that the county has taken two separate legal actions “to protect the health and safety of Albany County residents
Who’s Next? 9/3/2015 3:26 pm UTC
  On Sept. 10, three candidates will face off in a primary race to see who will become the Democratic candidate in the upcoming Troy mayoral election. The 2016 race to replace the outgoing mayor, L
Annual Manual 9/3/2015 3:24 pm UTC
  Cheap Eats American The Albany Pump Station, 19 Quackenbush Square, Albany, 447-9000. This downtown Albany brew pub offers a vast array of American fare. The menu features a large offering of sou
The Local Bucket List 9/3/2015 3:14 pm UTC
  No need to spend all your free time partying, because, though you may not know it yet ye college freshmen (and upper classmen who haven’t ventured beyond the student bars), the Capital Region has
From Concept to Console 9/3/2015 3:10 pm UTC
  The Opalka Gallery emerges from their summer hiatus with a new show opening tomorrow (Friday). The ever-expanding, technologically cutting edge and immensely influential world of gamers and game
The Commons of Pensacola 9/3/2015 3:06 pm UTC
  Actress Amanda Peet turned playwright in 2013 with this drama loosely based on the fallout from the Bernie Madoff scandal. The Commons of Pensacola, which is getting its regional premiere beginni
On Screen/Sound No. 2 9/3/2015 3:03 pm UTC
  This fall’s Onscreen/Sound series at EMPAC are a series of programs showcasing films “from the past five decades that use human movement to embody the connection between image and sound.” Upcomin
MaryLeigh Roohan 9/3/2015 3:01 pm UTC
  Saturday night’s show at Caffe Lena is a CD release party for singer-songwriter, Saratoga Springs native and Metroland Best Of winner MaryLeigh Roohan. The new album is called Living Alone, and y
Negura Bunget 9/3/2015 2:59 pm UTC
  The most compelling black metal comes from Scandinavia, where it erupted in the early ’90s from the lands of ice and snow that inspired it. Yet there are exceptions, and Negura Bunget (“Black Fog
Dirty Paki Lingerie 9/3/2015 2:55 pm UTC
  Manhattan, Pakistan, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Toronto, London, Turkmenistan, and now Catskill: Aizzah Fatima brings Dirty Paki Lingerie, her globe-hopping one-woman exploration of what is l
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 9/3/2015 2:49 pm UTC
  Pioneers in orchestral rock composition, Montreal’s Godspeed You! Black Emperor (named after a Japanese biker gang) are a challengingly original ensemble—usually at least nine members—trafficking
Zac Brown Band 9/3/2015 2:47 pm UTC
  The Grammy Award-winning band out of Atlanta have had 10 No. 1 country singles, two platinum albums and one that went triple-platinum. Last month, they sold out three back-to-back shows at Fenway
Kristin Chenoweth with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra 9/3/2015 2:45 pm UTC
  Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth can sing just about anything. In concert on Saturday with the Boston Pops, the 4-foot-11 star with the giant voice will perform some of her favorite film songs
From Good Homes 9/3/2015 2:42 pm UTC
  This “hick-pop” quintet from northwestern New Jersey settled on their name after being arrested for breaking into a hometown venue to play a Replacements cover after being bumped from the lineup
Boobishness and Popery 9/3/2015 2:39 pm UTC
  You’ve not doubt caught wind of the painted topless ladies cavorting around Times Square in New York City. It’s a hilarious coda to the decades-long reinvention of Times Square from a seedy porn



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