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
The animated film “Persepolis” is a delightful experience, warm and insightful, serious and whimsica
If you think it’s a downer to watch tragedy, you will be forced to admit that it is even more depres
Fast on the heels of “27 Dresses,” clear the tracks for another romance directed at the Lifetime cro
Bill Charlap and Sandy Stewart made everyone at The Egg on Sunday feel that we wore tuxes and gowns.
The Emerson String Quartet brought two estimable colleagues Sunday afternoon to Union College’s Memo
Schenectady Civic Players’ current offering, “Stage Door” by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman, gets
The film “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” tells the story of Jean-Dominique Bauby, the former edi
In winter of COVID precautions, flu cases statewide down 96 percent this season
Bill Ziskin, longtime Schenectady HS theater director, remembered; ‘Brought magic out of everyone’
FDA says single-dose shot from J&J prevents severe COVID
Tuesday evening fire damages Chrisler Avenue home in Schenectady
Pletcher, American Pharoah are Racing Hall of Fame finalists
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