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Endured, Not Enjoyed 7/30/2015 8:08 pm UTC
  Comedian Amy Schumer has been on a roll, recently. Her sketch-comedy show Inside Amy Schumer is both popular and highly acclaimed. Even her professional peers—perhaps the pettiest, bitchiest prof
Winter Storms 7/30/2015 7:35 pm UTC
  As titles go for a world-premiere play, I Saw My Neighbor on the Train and I Didn’t Even Smile isn’t promising, but it’s thematically apt. When the piano player enters downstage center and adjust
Fires Burn Softly 7/30/2015 7:29 pm UTC
  The Paradise is a jazz club and boarding house owned by Blue (a trumpet player) and located in the Paradise Valley area of Detroit in 1949. The area was also known as Blackbottom due to its ferti
Entry-Level Mozart 7/30/2015 7:24 pm UTC
  The Magic Flute has and always will be absurd, nonsensical and up for wide interpretation. The Glimmerglass performance of the piece wasn’t designed to change any of this but instead offer modern
The Best of All Possible Shows 7/30/2015 7:16 pm UTC
  Voltaire’s Candide is a satire aimed directly at the teachings of philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, who preached that our world is the best of all possible worlds that God could have created
Pipeline Whack-a-Mole 7/30/2015 7:06 pm UTC
  Didn’t I write this column already? The one where I say, hey, it’s so awesome that New York state banned fracking, but companies are still trying to criss-cross our state with new pipelines that
An Artist’s Life 7/30/2015 6:53 pm UTC
  “Bugs inspire me. Women inspire me. And flowers, and art supplies.” Those might sound like off-the-wall muses for an artist influenced by the old masters of the Renaissance, but for Jon Christoph
Sharing The Road 7/30/2015 6:41 pm UTC
Albany’s Madison Avenue is going on a diet in 2016. In an attempt to make the well-traveled corridor between Allen and Lark Streets safer for pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles, the City of A
Straight On For You 7/30/2015 6:24 pm UTC
  An opening set of hits from some Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. A closing set from the world’s greatest Led Zeppelin cover band. That’s a heck of a double bill for a Monday night in downtown Alban
Mother of the Maid 7/30/2015 6:08 pm UTC
  When Saint Catherine addresses the audience in Jane Anderson’s new play Mother of the Maid, it’s with the easy familiarity of someone versed in the current century’s attitudes. Then she introduce
Ariana Grande 7/30/2015 5:59 pm UTC
  Ariana Grande brings her Honeymoon Tour to the Times Union Center tomorrow (Friday), as the ex-tween star continues her transition to adult pop songstress. Interestingly, her “honeymoon” with pub
Art Space Invaders 7/30/2015 5:48 pm UTC
  Two local art spaces will be trading places this week in an effort to bridge the creative scenes between Albany and Troy. The Argyle Gallery in Troy will be presenting work by core artists from T
U.S. Girls, Savior Self 7/30/2015 5:26 pm UTC
      Fast-rising lo-fi pop act U.S. Girls are mostly vocalist and studio deconstructionist Meg Remy, a Toronto expat who recently was signed to 4AD, and whose minimalist dance music, released on f
Ray Bonneville 7/30/2015 5:25 pm UTC
  He’s been compared with JJ Cale and Daniel Lanois, which puts singer, songwriter and guitarist Ray Bonneville in some very interesting company. This “song and groove man” has lived the life of a
Saint Motel 7/30/2015 5:22 pm UTC
Long a popular L.A. band, Saint Motel have spent the last several years watching bands who once opened for them—Imagine Dragons and Young the Giant, for example—go on to play larger national venues



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