Other Voices, Other Rooms

From Upstate Live: Guthrie/Bell Productions is celebrating its 20th anniversary next month, and Pete Mason conducts an interview with concert promoter Greg Bell.

From Adirondack Lives’ Past Lives: Niki Kourofsky digs into the old Irish-American songbook and takes a look at the boisterous drinking song “The Irishtown Crew,” inspired by the Irishtown hamlet in the Adirondack town of Minerva.

From Decisive Reflex: Photographer Tim Dawkins discusses “Faces of China,” his first photography exhibit, which is on view through Tuesday, April 17 at the Spectrum 8 Theatres in Albany.

From the Albany Buzz: The Downtown Albany Business District’s Marquita Rhodes is all “Sweet and Sour” about the fact that the outdoor kinetic sculptures by George Rickey that have adorned downtown Albany streets for the past year are about to be packed up and moved on Monday, March 26. A closing reception will be held at Albany Center Gallery from 5-7pm on Friday, March 23.

2 Responses to “Other Voices, Other Rooms”

  1. sreve nover says:

    real good interview w Greg Bell-20 years!-thanks Greg

  2. Normando says:

    Second that on the Greg Bell interview – thanks for everything Greg.

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