From Hudson Sounds: Jill Rafferty-Weinisch weighs in regarding the recent MoHu Festival and how to make it better.
From Berkshire Onstage: Larry Murray takes a peek at the first announcement for Shakespeare & Co.’s upcoming 2013-2014 season – Academy Award-winner Olympia Dukakis starring in Bertolt Brecht’s classic “Mother Courage and Her Children.”
From Keep Albany Boring: Andrew recaps the AIGA Design Crawl in Troy, which took place earlier this week, with studio visits to three local design studios – id29, Smith & Jones and Design It Together.
From the Times Union Arts Talk: Michael Janairo writes about Ian Berry, who will take over as the new director of Skidmore College’s Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs in December. Congrats to Ian…
From the Free George: Brenna Filipello explains the rUNDEAD, a 5k-trail run in Saratoga Springs State Park with a twist. Instead of trying to set a personal record, you’re trying to escape a zombie apocalypse! Each runner will start off with a flag belt and three flags or lifelines. Throughout the course, zombies will attempt to take these flags. To survive you must finish the race with at least one flag intact. Registration begins at 7:30am on Sunday (October 28); the race kicks off at 9:30am.
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy reviews “State Street Breakdown,” the debut album from Hudson’s Tommy Sharp.
From Chuck Miller: Don Rittner got rooked when Schenectady eliminated his job as city historian from its budget, according to Chuck Miller.