Other Voices, Other Rooms

November 18th, 2010, 1:00 pm by Sara

Sebastien Barre has a boffo write-up of the “Ordinary Things” show at Carrie Haddad Photographs with eye-popping photos and a thoughful commentary.

Andy Maroney was less than impressed with the foofarah surrounding the announcement that the Beatles’ catalog is now available on iTunes.

Speaking of the Fab Four, we found Chuck Miller’s recollections about the Beatles’ old Saturday morning ABC-TV cartoon show much more interesting than the iTunes hoopla…

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The Berkshire Living scoop: Amanda Rae Busch has the lowdown on the Low Anthem’s secret – and apparently quite illegal – show in Pittsfield on Monday, the night after they shared the stage with Emmylou Harris at The Egg in Albany.

518Fever.com announced the winners of its 2010 Readers’ Poll. Congrats to all of the winners… although we are a bit confused about the winner in the Concert of the Year category: “CountryFEST at SPAC,” since WGNA’s CountryFest actually took place at the Altamont Fairgrounds…

Don Rittner rails against the planned Sunday closures of the New York State Museum.

Metroland enumerates some arts that have been lost.

2 thoughts on “Other Voices, Other Rooms”

  1. “although we are a bit confused about the winner in the Concert of the Year category: “CountryFEST at SPAC,” since WGNA’s CountryFest actually took place at the Altamont Fairgrounds…”

    Yeah, no offense to the winners, but that shows you how seriously you should take these awards.

  2. Re 518Fever Awards: Any kudos or interest taken in local music is good, no matter where it’s from.

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