From The Boston Globe: Sebastian Smee tours the museums of the Berkshires. (Free registration required)
From You Idiot!: Former Saratoga resident Jeremy Fish makes the cover of Juxtapoz.
From The Arts Whisperer: Bob Goepfert attempts to explain what the MoHu Festival is all about.
From NANOBURGH?: The Left Awakens … (maybe). S. Connick at IndieAlbany has a different take: Why I Refuse to ‘Occupy Wall Street’ (and you should be glad you did too).
From The Knickerbocker Ledger: First birthday congratulations to the weekly Tuesday Night Live showcases at Justin’s in Albany.
From Pay It Forward: Mary Kenney offers a shout-out to Tess Collins and the rest of the folks at McGeary’s Pub in Albany for all of the charity work that they do.
From All Over Albany: “UAlbany study: 92% of Top 10 songs mention sex”
From The New York Times Book Review: In case you missed it, here’s the Local Boy Reviews Local Boy cover story from last Sunday, in which John Sayle’s weighs in on William Kennedy’s new novel, “Chango’s Beads and Two-Tone Shoes.”