Other Voices, Other Rooms…
From The Times Union’s Arts Talk: Steve Barnes introduces the new Troy-based theater company, Troy Foundry Theatre, led by David Girard, Emily Curro and Alex Tarantelli.
From NYS Music: Songsmith C.K. Flach Talks about His Songwriting and What Inspires Him with writer Michael Hallisey.
From The Daily Gazette: Indiana Nash takes a look at the powerful exhibit, “States of Incarceration,” which opens on Saturday (September 2) at Skidmore College’s Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs.
From Album Oriented: It’s another of the podcast’s odd-couple musical pairings – Erich Hertz champions The Zombies’ 1968 nugget Odessey and Oracle, while Daniel Nester advocates for N.W.A.’s 1988 Straight Outta Compton…
From Hudson Valley Magazine: Jane Alexander catches up with the couple who adorn the album cover of the Woodstock festival soundtrack. And, yes, they’re still together…
From Thinking It Through: Sara Foss pays tribute to filmmakers Tobe Hooper and George Romero.
From All Over Albany: A preview of the upcoming PBS-TV documentary, “Erie: The Canal That Made America,” which debuts on WMHT-TV at 8pm on Tuesday, September 12.
From The Alt: David Howard King serves up a round-up of the Top 10 video games of 2017, so far.
From WEXT-FM: Andy Gregory offers his quarterly round-up of Local 518 recordings and videos.