Other Voices, Other Rooms…


From ForeignPolicy.com: Iraqi-American artist Wafaa Bilal, censored by RPI and the City of Troy in 2008 before finally finding a home for his work at the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, has been named one of the year’s 100 Top Thinkers

From ArtNews: Andrew Russeth’s list of the Top 10 Art Exhibitions of 2016 included Alex da Corte’s “Free Roses” at MASS MoCA in North Adams. Hurry if you want to see it – it closes on Sunday, January 15.

From The Alt: Jaya Sundaresh’s story about the hijacking of the Moon & River Cafe’s website.

From The Alt: The Alt had only published seven issues, but that didn’t prevent them from compiling a list of their The Alt’s Top 10 Articles – as determined by the alt-weekly’s own writers.

From The Albany Business Review: Speaking of The Alt, in her story about the new alt-weekly publication, Chelsea Diana couldn’t seem to make up her mind. Early on in her story, she wrote “the hole in the market left by Metroland, which published its last issue in January.” Later on in the same story she wrote that “Metroland stopped printing in November 2015.” Two different dates in the same story – and, as it turns out, they’re both wrong. Metroland’s last issue was, in fact, in October, 2015.

From Pollstar: Joe Reinartz interviewed Hudson rocker Tommy Stinson (the Replacements, Guns ‘N Roses) on his upcoming Bash & Pop album and tour

From Brain Pickings: Maris Popova’s excellent story, “Acts That Amplify: Ann Hamilton on Art, the Creative Value of Unproductive Time, and the Power of Not Knowing.”

From Albany Jazz: Tom Pierce reviews Cross Country Lines, the new album of guitar duets from Mark Kleinhaut and John Stowell.

From Dorothy: The fine folks of Dorothy are back at it with Musical Map of the World

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