It’s the Weekend!

You smell like a dog.

You smell like a dog…

Congrats! You made it through another work week. So let’s go out and have some fun…

But before we head out for our big weekend around Nippertown, we’d like to send a great big thank-you to everyone who dropped by this week to add encouragement, support, proof-reading and, yes, criticism, too. And thanks for helping to spread the word about Nippertown.com.

Of course, we couldn’t possibly cover the wide, wonderful scope of offerings around town without a dedicated and devoted bunch of wonderful writers, photographers, artists, tipsters and other assorted enablers who continually enrich us all with their contributions. So a big salute goes out to this week’s community contributors:

Larry Murray
Kirsten Ferguson
Andrzej Pilarczyk
Stanley Johnson
Martin Benjamin
Rudy Lu
Don Wilcock
Lisa Gandia
Gail M. Burns
J Hunter
Patrick Daley
Dave Suarez

Please consider adding your name to this list. Just send us something – a review, preview, interview, photo, list, rant, crayon drawing or whatever’s on your mind. Remember, Nippertown is your hometown, and we can’t possibly do this without your help.

Thanks to the fine folks who provided us with cool give-away merch – tix, CDs, downloads and other swag – for the faithful Nippertown readers:

The Ale House, Troy

And thanks to all of the folks from the area venues and organizations who were gracious enough to provide us with review tickets and/or photo passes for their events:

The Egg, Albany
Proctors, Schenectady
Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls
The Parting Glass, Saratoga Springs
A Place for Jazz, Schenectady
The Times Union Center, Albany
Hellions of Troy, Troy
The Chronicle, Glens Falls
The Academy of Music Theatre, Northampton

Thanks for keeping Nippertown alive… and lively,

Sara Ayers
Greg Haymes

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