Other Voices, Other Rooms

April 13th, 2012, 1:30 pm by Greg

From State of Mind: J Hunter reviews Keith Pray’s new CD, “Confluence.”

From the MASS MoCA Blog: Cora Sugarman offers an interview with Slovenian artist Miha Štrukelj, whose two-story-high, site-specific, charcoal wall drawings are part of the big group exhibit, “Invisible Cities,” which opens at MASS MoCA in North Adams with a reception at 5:30pm on Saturday (April 14).

From Right Now: Mark McGuire’s always entertaining (and far-reaching) blog offers up 50 answers to “You Know You’re From the Capital Region If…” And we’re not just saying that because of the Blotto reference. Really.

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From Troy At Night: William Gill serves up an eclectic selection of photographs snapped throughout the Collar City, and we particularly like these belt buckles

From Metroland: It’s great to see Al Quaglieri back in print with this lovely remembrance of the glory days of radio station WPTR. (It would be even nicer if they actually put his name on the story…)

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy previews the new documentary film “Farewell to Factory Towns?,” written and directed by Dr. Maynard Seider. Much of the film focuses on North Adams, and the film will have its premiere screening at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’s Murdock Hall, Room 218 at 7pm. on Tuesday (April 17). Admission is free.

From Foss Forward: After a less than thrilling first-time visit to Jillian’s, Sara Foss returned to see the sold-out show by Of Monsters and Men on Tuesday night and emerged with a big thumbs-up…

From Keep Albany Boring: KC previews the Albany Bicycle Coalition’s planned events for May, which is National Bike Month, in case you didn’t know…

One thought on “Other Voices, Other Rooms”

  1. -S says:

    I like Gill’s stuff, here is the rest (or maybe I can’t see the link in your post).

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