Real Good for Free: Pittsfield’s 3rd Thursday arts walk, 9/17/09

September 17th, 2009, 8:14 am by Greg

Over in Pittsfield, Mass., the monthly 3rd Thursday arts walk takes place today from 5-8pm, boasting a whole bunch of free musical entertainment in addition to all of the usual artwork, shopping, people watching and aquatic-themed costume contest. (Yes, this month’s theme is “Splash!”)

The big news is that the Colwell boys – formerly known as Hector On Stilts – will be performing in their new incarnation as simply Colwell. Here’s their fresh-out-of-the-cutting-room music video for “Nite Atak”:

Slated for today’s 3rd Thursday celebration are performances by the following:

@ Palace Park: Colwell, Ben Karis-Nix, Moonshine Holler

@ Crowne Plaza: Unfulfilled Desires

@ City Hall: Gaia Roots, the Sweet Adelines, the Berkshire Choral Festival Chorus

@ St. Joseph’s Church: Berkshire Bateria, the Nagiowaci Fire Dancers

@ Hot Harry’s Burittos: the Rhythm B-Boys

@ the Senior Center: Chris and Woody

Real Good for Free: Colleen Pratt @ the Van Dyck (Thursdays)
Real Good for Free: Eddie Money @ Monument Square (9/19)
Real Good for Free: Tuesdays @ Revolution Hall (Tuesdays)
Real Good for Free: The Uncle Brothers @ East Greenbush Community Library (Sept. 26)
Real Good for Free: Capital Region’s Got Talent @ Rev. Hall (9/17)
Real Good for Free: Happy Traum @ the Crandall Library (Various days)
Real Good for Free: CRUMBS Nite Out @ The Linda (4th Thursdays)
Real Good for Free: Albany’s September in the City Art Fair (Wednesdays)
Real Good for Free: Lake George Jazz Weekend (9/19-20)
Real Good for Free: LarkFEST!!!!!!!! (Sept. 19)
Real Good for Free: Rock-It in Schenectady (Fridays)
Real Good For Free: Halfmoon (Wednesdays)
Real Good for Free: Albany Public Library (Third Fridays)
Real Good for Free: At The Plaza, Albany (Wednesdays)


Hanging Out at Troy Night Out, 7/31/09

August 4th, 2009, 4:10 pm by Sara

Troy Night Out is an arts walk that takes place the last Friday of every month from 5-9 pm, and it’s always hopping. Here’s some of the highlights of what we saw last Friday:

John Cooley’s “Window #1” at The Atrium:

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