The new Spanish film “The Orphanage” partially evokes “The Sixth Sense,” but without a definitive en
The film “Charlie Bartlett,” about the adventures of a disengaged teen, comes across as being a bit
The Spanish film “The Orphanage” evokes memories of “The Sixth Sense,” but without the nice definiti
For all its pumped-up volume and flashy cuts, “Vantage Point” is, as the singer sang, just a differe
“In Bruges” is a dark comedy about two hit men dispatched to the medieval Belgian city of Bruges. Wh
As a short piece of entertainment, “The Jumper” will arrest the attention of a target audience of te
The movie “Definitely, Maybe” has a jagged, careless, overly cute approach, and a number of performa
The incandescent Tom Stoppard is being given his due at Home Made Theater this month.
Cellist Johannes Moser and pianist Benjamin Hochman gave a brilliantly executed recital Sunday after
If you think it’s a downer to watch tragedy, you will be forced to admit that it is even more depres
Job cuts averted under tentative Schenectady budget deal
Schenectady County: Social Service building to close for Friday cleaning after second employee COVID positive
Transparency, trust dominate talk at Schenectady police reform forum
Schenectady schools eye May-July transition for new superintendent
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