From the Free George: Brenna Filipello offers a preview of this weekend’s 40th anniversary Adirondack Balloon Festival at Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport in Queensbury. “Up, up and away in my beautiful, my beautiful balloon…”
From Riff Raf: Richard Fulco has an interview with Nippertown blues duo Holly & Evan.
From All Over Albany: The lowdown on tonight’s Passeggiata in Schenectady. (C’mon, we know you’re just dying to know…)
From Hudson Sounds: The Albany Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 2012-2013 season at the Palace Theatre in Albany, and Joseph Dalton hints that maybe they’ll be inspired by ’80s club band Erasure?
From Berkshire on Stage: Larry Murray serves up a preview of the comic-thriller-mystery “The 39 Steps,” which opens on Saturday (September 22) at Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox.
From Foss Forward: Sara Foss offers her insights and opinions on the seven-bassoon performance of Michael Gordon’s “Rushes” at EMPAC at RPI in Troy last weekend.
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy previews the documentary film “Side By Side,” which explores the impact of the digital revolution on the film industry. Written and produced by Keanu Reeves, the film screens at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield tonight through Monday.
From Keep Albany Boring: Andrew gives us a brief review and bunch o’ photos from the Skeletonwitch/Early Graves show at Bogie’s in Albany this past Monday night (September 17).