Other Voices, Other Rooms…


From Saratoga Wire: Thomas Dimopoulos writes about the indie film “Small Apartments” – based on a novel by Saratoga native Chris Millis – which makes its Saratoga premiere tonight (Friday) at the Saratoga Music Hall and Saturday at Skidmore College’s Gannett Auditorium.

From YNN: Vince Gallagher offers a profile and video of Hudson’s acclaimed self-taught street artist Earl Swanigan.

From The Daily Freeman: Ann Gibbons profiles Earl Swanigan, too. (Hey, Earl, who’s your new publicist?)

From Knickerbocker Ledger: Our congrats go out to Nicole Dellarocca (of Dellarocca Booking), Shane Spillinger (of Pearl Street Entertainment), John Salka (of the band Hard Soul), Tony Iadiciccio (of Albany Center Gallery) and 26 others who have been named to the KL’s list of 30 Under 30

From The Times Union: A farewell to The Times Union by Mark McGuire, simply one of the newspaper’s best, funniest and most versatile writers over the course of the past two decades-plus. We miss you already, Mark…

From The Times Union: And while we’re at it, let’s give him one last shout-out – Mark McGuire profiles 13-year-old heavy metal guitar shredder JJ Savage from Colonie…

From Foss Forward: Sara Foss offers concert reviews of Tegan & Sara and Sean Rowe at recent performances at the Upstate Concert Hall and Caffe Lena, respectively.

From Asakiyume mita: The script for Ed Atkeson’s two-character puppet play, “The Frog Prince” has been posted. The play has been performed by the Firlefanz Puppets several times around the Local 518 in recent years.

From Fast Company: Paul Myers pens an interesting piece that discusses the thin line and tenuous boundary between rock and comedy with help from the likes of Aimee Mann, Fred Armisen, Marc Maron, Ben Gibbard and Tom Scharpling…

From Art New England Online: Martina Windels named Omi International Art Center in Ghent as one of the 10 best art residency programs in New England.

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  1. Kirsten says

    It’s a good thing I don’t live in Hudson… otherwise I’d own about 100 of Earl’s cat and dog paintings by now.

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