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Keeping the Light On

by Ali Hibbs October 1, 2015

Jonathan Munshi

  Silvia Lilly, the soon-to-be new owner of the Wine Bar and Bistro on Lark Street in Albany, thinks a lot of things are like waiting tables. “It’s all service. It’s all about people,” says Lilly as ...

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Sale Leads To Speculation

by Ali Hibbs May 28, 2015

The vacant properties on Lark Street that were home to DeJohn’s Pub and Legends Sports Lounge have finally been sold at auction—for far less than the original asking price. New owners, New York Business Development ...

Save the Machine

by Ali Hibbs May 21, 2015

  “Our costs are $800 a month for rent and another $200 for utilities,” said Chris “Saucy” Caulfield, a local artist and member of The Machine: A Creative Co-op, whose bohemian public art space is currently ...

Thinking Inside the Machine

by Carson Frame August 7, 2014


  “Welcome, my son, welcome to the machine.” These Pink Floyd lyrics, blasting from a car stereo, normally would remind the listener of his/her place within an all-seeing, ironclad system. They point to the dilution of creativity ...

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Art on Lark

by The Staff June 5, 2014


  One of the most popular local arts events returns this Saturday when Art on Lark, presented by the Lark Street BID, takes over Lark Street and lures over 20,000 people to downtown Albany. It’s a wandering-down-the-street ...

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by The Staff September 19, 2013


  Are you a Madison or Washington Avenue person? Not sure? Then grab a beer and stroll Albany’s Lark Street from one end to the other during this, “New York’s largest one day street festival,” sampling ...

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Moving on Up

by Molly Eadie September 5, 2013


It was a Friday night, and I had just moved out of UAlbany’s concrete dorm rooms to a big old house on Myrtle Avenue, not far from the College of Saint Rose in Albany’s “student ...


Growing Services

by Ali Hibbs August 18, 2010

Packing boxes and plans for a greatly expanded space are both filling up as Albany’s Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood—one of Lark Street’s most enduring and visible presences—prepares to move to a new location in September. The ...