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    The Wizard of Oz

      Picture the days after Christmas: The kids are tethered to the new Xbox; the parents are planted in front of the TV watching sports; and everyone is constantly raiding the fridge for increasingly gross leftovers. It’s not a pretty picture, is it? Get everyone out of the house and follow the Yellow Brick Road [...]
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    Comedy’s Best Kept Secret Tour

      Did you wake up Christmas morning and Santa didn’t bring what you wanted—or you’re annoyed because you don’t celebrate and/or care about Christmas at all, don’t despair. Laugh the holiday blues away Saturday night at the GE Theatre with Comedy’s Best Kept Secret Tour. The featured comics include Dan Frigolette (Boardwalk Empire, The Wendy [...]
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    Holiday Vacation Daze

      Fear not, parents with indolent tykes on winter break: Steamer No. 10 Theatre has a lineup of great family entertainment to keep the young ones delighted and engaged. That’s right, it’s time for Holiday Vacation Daze. The fun begins Saturday (Dec. 27) with shows at 11 AM and 3 PM featuring Magician Dave McDonald. [...]
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    Kwanzaa Celebration

      Beginning Friday, the Capital Region Kwanzaa Coalition will host a seven-day, multi-venue celebration of African American family, community and culture. There will be candle-lighting ceremonies, poetry, spoken-word performances, African dance, drumming and singing. It is a truly Capital Region-spanning event in the spirit of “harambee,” which means “all pull together.” Each day of Kwanzaa [...]
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    moe.

      See out the old year and ring in the new at the Palace Theatre with upstate’s own moe., the prog-rock jam band born in Buffalo but with strong ties to their loyal Capital Region fans. It’s a special treat to see the band in a formal concert setting, because you’re mo’ likely to see [...]
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    Guy Davis

      Son of the late actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis, Guy Davis initially followed in his parents’ footsteps with successful turns in film, TV and theater, but his interest in and love of music always overlapped his acting career, and he eventually turned to music more exclusively. A singer, guitarist, banjo and harmonica player, [...]
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    Better Pills, Slowshine, Russel the Leaf

        Better Pills (left) describe their sound as “jittery punk” and “bipolar dance music.” While they perform only a few times a year (and only with bands that they really like), they have captured a loyal and diverse following here in the Capital Region. This Friday they will be playing at the Low Beat [...]
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    Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime

      Badfish, a tribute band to Sublime–the Cali ska-rock band who dominated the charts in the late ’90s—are considered among the best tribute bands now touring. Next week, fans will have a double shot to hear “What I Got” live when the New Englanders bring their 40 Oz. to Freedom tour to Pearl Street Nightclub [...]
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    Rustic Overtones, Dryer

      For a decade, Dryer (left) were a much-loved club band in the Capital region. From their 1992 beginnings in Saratoga Springs, they quickly impacted the local music scene and were compared to bands such as the Pixies, Sebadoh and Superchunk. After seven tours, three full-length records, and multiple singles and EPs, the band broke [...]
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    Big Eyes

      If you’re a baby boomer and grew up in the 1950s and ’60s, you’ve seen the art of Margaret Keane. Her paintings of sad-faced children with really big eyes were a popular phenomenon. It wasn’t until the 1970s, however, that the works were properly credited to her; originally, when they were mass-marketed as prints [...]

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by Josh Potter on June 24, 2014 · 0 comments


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Date: 6/24



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