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Dining Guide 5/22/2015 5:23 pm UTC
Afghan Afghan Kabab Express 305 Central Ave., Albany, 487-4159. Kababs and gyros (chicken, lamb or beef), falafel and even burgers and wings are on a menu where sandwiches average $6 and many kabab
Jocelyn Arndt 5/22/2015 4:52 pm UTC
  Jocelyn Arndt the band actually consists of vocalist-keyboardist Jocelyn Arndt, her brother and co-writer, guitarist Chris Arndt, and four other musicians including a violinist. But attention for
Jason Isbell 5/22/2015 4:49 pm UTC
  Jason Isbell was one of three talented songwriters in the band Drive-By Truckers until 2007, when he parted ways with his bandmates and struck out on a solo career that, during the first five yea
Falling in Reverse 5/22/2015 4:26 pm UTC
  Ronnie Radke was the lead singer of post-hardcore band Escape the Fate until years of problems with the law landed him in jail and he was replaced. Angry at being ousted, Radke formed his own pos
Fresh, Sustainable, Marketable 5/21/2015 7:37 pm UTC
  When Peter Kenyon and Dora Swan began selling fresh seafood at the Delmar Farmers Market in August 2011, “there was no place around that sold fresh, sustainable seafood,” Swan says. “There was no
The Baker as Artisan 5/21/2015 7:31 pm UTC
  “We do everything differently here,” says Naomi Davies, the owner-baker of Bread and Honey café in Pine Hills. “We are the only bakery doing artisan bread in Albany.” One look at the counters in
Music for the Belly 5/21/2015 7:24 pm UTC
  There’s a little hidden gem, down on Central Avenue, have you heard? It’s a rather unlikely place to find food like you’ve never had it before, creative and scrumptious dishes served up with cool
Save the Machine 5/21/2015 7:20 pm UTC
  “Our costs are $800 a month for rent and another $200 for utilities,” said Chris “Saucy” Caulfield, a local artist and member of The Machine: A Creative Co-op, whose bohemian public art space is
Clean is Possible 5/21/2015 7:16 pm UTC
  Environmental advocates met with more than a dozen state legislators this week in an effort to garner support for laws they say would be more reflective of the social and sustainability concerns
Living on a Prayer 5/21/2015 7:13 pm UTC
  In a previous century, the corner of North Pearl and Colonie streets in Albany looked like a scene from the English countryside, with a stone church, an adjacent chapel with a belle-cote cross re
Maxed Out 5/21/2015 7:09 pm UTC
  Take out the Mad Max part of the title and Mad Max: Fury Road might not be so infuriating. In this feverishly crazed reboot, there is a character named Max but he’s a wan facsimile of Max Rockata
Shout, Sister, Shout 5/21/2015 7:06 pm UTC
  Looser, less serious and considerably crasser than Pitch Perfect, this sequel is a lot more of the same dazzling and unutterably goofy a capella singing madness that made the original a cult hit—
Project: Rock and Roll 5/21/2015 7:02 pm UTC
  Who knew? The Who’s rise to fame and fortune began as a film project. This fascinating documentary fills in the gaps in the history of the legendary rock band by telling the story from the point
Safe Trains 5/21/2015 6:55 pm UTC
  As regular readers may know, I’m a big fan of train travel. I intend to be taking a train home from New Orleans in less than a month. It will pass through Philadelphia, as do the trains I take to
Blur 5/21/2015 6:49 pm UTC
  On April 17, 2010, Blur released a track called “Fool’s Day,” a fuzzy reintroduction to the band who hadn’t released a song since 2002. It felt like the band had recently been awakened for school



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