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    Brooke Van Poppelen

      This month’s Pretty Much the Best Comedy Show offers up Brooke Van Poppelen as the headliner. Aside from having a fantastic European-aristocratic name, the Chicago-born, New York City-based comic co-hosts Hack My Life on truTV, was a writer on MTV’s Girl Code and has appeared on John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show on […]
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    Earth Sky Dream

      The new show opening at Hudson’s Carrie Haddad Gallery finds the participating artists observing the landscape with an array of points of view and techniques. From drawing to painting and from realistic renderings to haunted dreamscapes, Earth Sky Dream showcases creators vividly engaging with the nature. Artists with work in the show include Chris […]
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    Troy Night Out/Kids and Pets Night Out

      Tomorrow (Friday), Troy Night Out is “all about the kids and the furr-babies.” The end-of-the-month arts walkabout in very walkable downtown Troy will include over 40 participating businesses offering discounts and specials directed toward kids. There will be children’s street entertainment and places for kids and pets to hang out. Also, the Troy Police […]
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    Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez

      “I’m here to set your soul on fire,” says Christine Ohlman, aka the Beehive Queen of Americana Soul. The longtime vocalist for the Saturday Night Live Band first teased her hair into a bouffant in honor of Ronnie Spector; a blue-eyed soul interpreter since she was 16, the dynamic and archivist performer was inducted […]
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    Lady Antebellum

      Lady Antebellum have been a solid gold smash since the group’s eponymous debut album dominated the charts (and the airwaves) in 2007. In between then and now, they’ve racked up hit after hit and won seven Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year for 2011’s “Need You Now.” Their latest album, 747, continued the […]
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    Lee’s 88 Keys

      From Oklahoma, where she was born, to Albany, where she reigns as the piano-playing “Queen of Jazz,” Lee Shaw has had a long, fascinating, artistically successful life. Not only a successful performer who has traveled around the world with her music, Shaw has made her mark as a teacher. (John Medeski, of Medeski Martin […]
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    Chris Hedges

      Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author and activist Chris Hedges will be in Troy tomorrow evening (Friday) to speak on his latest book, Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt. In it, Hedges argues that the world is in a time of revolution; he “investigates what social and psychological factors cause revolution, rebellion, and resistance.” […]
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    Pop Rock Night at the Plaza

      New York celebrates the Empire State Plaza’s 50th anniversary this year. Unless you’re a state worker, your main engagement with Rockefeller’s monument to modernism is through the arts—either underground, with the art collection, or above at New York State Museum, the Egg or the outdoor concert series—and on this level, the plaza is a […]
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    Eastbound Jesus

      Local favorite bluegrass rock band Eastbound Jesus will release their new album, Hollerin’, this Saturday at Putnam Den in Saratoga. “We really tried to push our songwriting in a more complex direction,” say the band members. “And bringing in a few new guest musicians really helped us create a unique and refreshing sound.” Among […]
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    America

      Did you know that the three musicians comprising the 1970s band America were actually British? Did you know that Oz never did give nothing to the Tin Man (that he didn’t already have)? A bona-fide classic-rock act who had a string of hits throughout the decade, such as present-day karaoke staples “Horse With No […]

Thursday, May 28, 2015


Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

50 at 20: Masterpieces of American Indian Art from the Thaw Collection

Through 12/31



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Autopsy for a Nation: The Death of Abraham Lincoln

Through 12/31



Museums & Galleries

Albany Institute of History & Art

Baseball: America’s Game

Through 7/12



Museums & Galleries

Crandall Public Library Folklife Center Gallery

Battenkill Inspired

Through 6/30



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Colorama

Through 6/21



Museums & Galleries

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Gray Matter: David Macaulay’s Black and White

Through 11/29



Museums & Galleries

Mabee Farm Historic Site

It Came From Schenectady

Through 9/10



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Marc Chagall’s Magic Flute: Highlights from the Metropolitan Opera

Through 12/31



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Maxfield Parrish: The Art of Light and Illusion

Through 9/07



Museums & Galleries

LARAC

Members Show

Through 6/26



Museums & Galleries

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

Monet to Matisse: The Age of French Impressionism

Through 11/29



Museums & Galleries

Tang Teaching Museum and Gallery

Nicholas Krushenick: Electric Soup

Through 8/15



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Photographs by Brenda Mitten: The 10th Contemporary Iroquois Art Biennial

Through 6/07



Museums & Galleries

Albany Institute of History & Art

Play Ball: Baseball in the Capital Region

Through 7/12



Museums & Galleries

Fenimore Art Museum

Real and Imagined: The Paintings of Steven Skollar

Through 12/31



Museums & Galleries

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

Robert Knight: In God’s House

Through 9/13



Museums & Galleries

Rensselaer County Historical Society

Scenic Overlook: Perspectives on Rensselaer County’s Changing Landscape

Through 12/19



Museums & Galleries

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

Shared Traditions

Through 9/13



Museums & Galleries

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Tall Tales and Short Tales: The Art of Uri Shulevitz

Through 6/14



Museums & Galleries

Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

The Art of Eric Carle: Bugs, Beetles, and Butterflies

Through 8/30



Museums & Galleries

Arkell Museum

The Artist Revealed: Artist Portraits and Self-Portraits

Through 6/14



Museums & Galleries

Albany Institute of History & Art

The Locker Room: Baseball Memorabilia from the Community

Through 7/12



Museums & Galleries

Williams College Museum of Art

Warhol by the Book

Through 8/16