Other Voices, Other Rooms


Artist/musician Sarah Paul, formerly of Nippertown (and the much missed Terrorcake and Jump Cannon), is now Little Miss Cleveland.

We love Daniel Nester’s story on the recent show by all-woman tribute band Judas Priestess at Bogie’s, which popped up on the prestigious The Morning News. (By the way, Nester will kick off the annual Poets in the Park series with a free reading at the Robert Burns statue in Albany’s Washington Park at 6pm on Saturday.

Keep Albany Boring has the Camp Bisco play-by-play.

Full-time residents of the Berkshires are eligible for free tickets to Tanglewood’s annual Berkshire Night on August 19. Details at Berkshire On Stage.

Over at Metroland, Raurri Jennings profiles the Disposable Rocket Band and Elyse Beaudoin reports on those new bright and colorful trash bins on Delaware Avenue in Albany.

Puppets and dance, what’s not to love? Anna Rogovoy reviews the highly acclaimed Kidd Pivot @ Jacob’s Pillow at The Rogovoy Report.

The Free George’s Aubree Cutkomp reviews the Impasse & Motion photography exhibition currently at Saratoga Arts.

And the very last word: Indie Albany Dissects and Analyzes the Casey Anthony Verdict.

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