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Alicia Solsman
More than 200 friends and family joined poets (l-r) Dan Wilcox and Charles Rossiter at Albany’s Westminster Presbyterian Church hall in a memorial tribute last March to the late poet, activist and Metroland columnist Tom Nattell

 

John Whipple
at Caffe Lena, (l-r) George Ward, Jocelyn Arem and Torey Adler worked to honor and secure the past and future of the venerable Saratoga Springs folk club

 

B.A. Nilsson
Peter Schickele spent a week teaching and mentoring at Skidmore College, giving students a taste of the serious side of being wacky

 

Alicia Solsman
the good folks at Proctors’ Theatre in Schenectady destroyed the theater in order to save it, replacing the old backstage area with a bigger, better one

 

Rick Marshall
Albany’s Earthworld Comics deployed this comely pair to lure fanboys into their store

 

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