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'Transformational' art collection donated to The Hyde
SCHENECTADY

'Transformational' art collection donated to The Hyde

Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015
Not long after graduating from the University of Cincinnati, Werner Feibes purchased a painting from the Tang Dynasty for $600. His friends thought he was crazy.
 
Horror movie director Wes Craven dies at 76
LOS ANGELES

Horror movie director Wes Craven dies at 76

Monday, Aug. 31, 2015
It's hard enough to redefine a genre once in a career, but horror virtuoso Wes Craven managed to do it twice.
 
Miley flashes, Kanye rants and Taylor Swift wins top MTV award
LOS ANGELES

Miley flashes, Kanye rants and Taylor Swift wins top MTV award

Monday, Aug. 31, 2015
Justin Bieber cried, Taylor Swift won most of the awards and Kanye West ranted onstage, but Miley Cyrus still owned the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
 

Hyde receives major donation of modern art

Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015
Longtime Stockade residents Werner Feibes and the late James Schmitt amassed an impressive collection of modern art by titans of the genre, and now Feibes is donating it to The Hyde Collection.
 

Yingling, Wemitt stand out in Mac-Haydn’s ‘Millie’

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
Pair shine in production of “Thoroughly Modern Millie.”
 

‘Marlon’ a revealing look at a brilliant and troubled actor

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
Directed by Stevan Riley, the revelatory documentary "Listen to Me Marlon" boasts a narration by none other than the film’s subject.
 

Film as rewarding as it is squirm-inducing

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
Even for freewheeling 1970s San Francisco, Minnie Goetze isn’t your typical 15-year-old.
 
‘We Are Your Friends’ is an entertaining musical romp

‘We Are Your Friends’ is an entertaining musical romp

Friday, Aug. 28, 2015
Part electronic dance music tutorial and part love letter to Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, “We Are Your Friends” is a surprisingly accessible and sweet story of a group of friends standing on the cusp of adulthood with big ambition and little direction.
 
5SOS has young SPAC audience jumping for joy

5SOS has young SPAC audience jumping for joy

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
Their intent? To blow the roof off Saratoga Performing Arts Center, as drummer Ashton Irwin explained. But did they achieve this goal? For most anyone at Five Seconds of Summer’s concert Wednesday night, the answer would seem to be “yes.”
 

Terrance Simien Saratoga concert postponed

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
Friday night’s Terrance Simien concert at the Newberry Music Hall in Saratoga Springs has been postponed indefintely, according to Simien’s management.
 
Counting Crows’ frontman branching out

Counting Crows’ frontman branching out

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
Adam Duritz is taking care of himself this summer. “We’re playing much longer shows now,” said the frontman, principal composer and vocalist for rockers Counting Crows.
 
Not going to the track? Region offers plenty of fun alternatives

Not going to the track? Region offers plenty of fun alternatives

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
American Pharoah may be getting most of the attention this weekend but going to the race track isn’t the only way to spend the last weekend of August.
 
American Pharoah is all the buzz in Saratoga

American Pharoah is all the buzz in Saratoga

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015
In ancient civilization, all worshipped and adored the Egyptian pharaoh. In modern civilization, all fans of horse racing worship and adore the American Pharoah.
 
Roping, riding, barrel racing … all right in Malta
MALTA

Roping, riding, barrel racing … all right in Malta

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015
The bright lights, flying dirt and beating hooves of the rodeo are a lot closer than people might realize.
 
Katrina anniversary evokes city’s great music

Katrina anniversary evokes city’s great music

Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015
Ten years ago tomorrow, Hurricane Katrina slammed ashore east of New Orleans. When the levees failed, floodwaters drowned nearly two thousand residents of America’s most musical, magical city.
The first music I ever loved was what we call Dixieland up here but is revered (and still played) as traditional jazz in New Orleans.
 
 

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