Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy previews the FilmColumbia festival, which takes place in and around Chatham from October 22-27. Screenings at the fest include new films by the Coen Brothers (“Inside Llewyn Davis”), Alexander Payne (“Nebraska”) and Stephen Frears (“Philomena”).

From the CRUMBS Blog: Andrew Gregory is back with the latest of his quarterly reports on newly released recordings and videos by Local 518 musicians…

From Berkshire On Stage: Larry Murray buzzes that Chita Rivera may be headed into the Williamstown Theatre Festival next summer for a pre-Broadway stop in Kander & Ebb’s musical, “The Visit”…

From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos reports that Saratoga Guitars – currently located at 60 West Avenue in Saratoga – will be returning to Broadway, as owner Matt McCabe plans to open a second location next month at 492 Broadway in Saratoga Springs.

From The New York Times: Pagan Kennedy answers the question, “Why do we eat popcorn at the movies?”

From Upstate Live: Kayla MacLachlan reviews This Is Life, the debut album by moe. spin-off band Floodwood, who make at stop at Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs on Thursday (October 10), sharing the stage with Keller Williams.

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From Did You Weekend: Marianna Gatta reviews Diana Krall’s concert at Proctors earlier this week.

From Rural Intelligence: Robert Burke Warren previews the inaugural Hudson Valley Arts Festival at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds this weekend.

From Keep Albany Boring: KC’s “Catching Up with 518 Music, Vol. 1″

From The Daily Gazette: Brian McElhiney’s reviews Los Straitjackets and the Outta Sites at the Ale House in Troy on Sunday, September 29.

From Idiots Being Idiots: It’s official…

From Discover Albany: Will Gallagher reviews the stage musical “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story,” which slipped into Proctors in Schenectady last week for a one-night-only performance.

From Berkshire Fine Arts: Thomas Dyer reviews “Les Miserables” on stage at Russell Sage College’s Schact Fine Arts Center in Troy through Friday, October 11.

From the Free George: A preview of the Southern Adirondack Fiber Festival at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Greenwich on Saturday and Sunday.

One Response to “Other Voices, Other Rooms…”

  1. michael eck says:

    Cool news for Saratoga Guitar!

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