Other Voices, Other Rooms
GailSez has a roundup of latest news on the fire that devasted the Mac-Haydn Theatre’s cast house.
We ran Sebastien Barre’s review and fabulous photographs of Day Three of Camp Bisco, but if you’d like the report on the rest of the festival, we suggest a click over to KeepAlbanyBoring.com for recaps on Day One, Day Two and Day Three, as well.
We just discovered the Morning Jogger’s photo blog Artifacts from the Morning Jog: Curbside Culture On the Running Route, and we love it.
Everybody’s talking: You can read the first of Phanart Pete Mason’s two-part interview with Saratoga bassist, producer and all-around good guy Tony Markellis at UpstateLive.net. Meanwhile, The Free George has an interview with illustrator, artist and filmmaker Herb Rogoff who’s exhibiting at BJS Artworks Gallery and Randy Harrison, who’s getting raves in the Berkshire Theatre Festival’s production of Tommy talks with Berkshire Fine Arts.
Chuck Miller’s blog offers up another installment of K-Chuck Radio, this time serving up his Top 10 Worst Cover Versions of the Greatest Songs Ever. And, yes, Will to Power’s stunningly God-awful medley of Frampton’s “Baby I Love Your Way” and Skynyrd’s “Freebird” makes the cut… not that we’d consider either of those tunes to be anywhere near the “Greatest Songs Ever,” of course.
Kerfuffle alert! IndieAlbany is not all that happy with their Metroland Best of 2011 Award.
Rural Intelligence investigates Ziplining: Adventure in the Treetops.