Other Voices, Other Rooms…
From The Daily Gazette’s Beyond the Score: Mark McGuire chastises the Amsterdam High School Hall of Fame for not inducting legendary actor in their inaugural class.
From the Rogovoy Report: Seth Rogovoy previews tonight’s (Friday, October 2) free concert by the innovative acoustic quartet the Hands Free at Pittsfield’s Shire City Sanctuary.
From NYS Music: Brett Jones writes about the anti-ticket-buying-bot legislation introduced by New York Senator Chuck Schumer.
From The Brooklyn Rail: Phong Bui’s poetic review of Clifford Ross’ sprawling exhibit, “Landscape Seen & Imagined” at MASS MoCA in North Adams through March 30.
From K-Chuck Radio: Chuck Miller posts a cavalcade of sunshine pop gems to brighten your gloomy Friday.
From Metroland: Paul Rapp tries to explain why you can (or can’t?) now sing, “Happy Birthday to You” without paying royalties…
From All Over Albany: A preview of the Film Columbia film festival coming up from October 19-25 in Chatham and Hudson.
From The Times Union’s Arts Talk: Amy Biancolli writes about the recent donation of more than 500 photographs to Skidmore College’s Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs.
From The Daily Gazette: Jeff Wilkin has the low-down on the recent retirement of PYX-106 radio personality Uncle Vito, after 30 years on the airwaves.