For “Honeydripper,” Schenectady native JohnSayles’ 16th film as a writer-director, he turns to the r
“Funny Games” is the most disturbing film I have ever seen. Two nights in a row, I awoke to stomach-
Teatro Lirico D’Europa gave an often compelling production of Puccini’s “Tosca” Wednesday night at P
If you like tap, you should fly to 58 Remsen St. in Cohoes and see the punishment that young perform
Half the time you can’t tell if Nellie McKay is being serious or funny. Monday night at The Egg’s Sw
Susan McKeown really came into her own on Saturday at the Eighth Step at Proctors 440 Upstairs Theat
“Miss Pettigrew Lives for A Day” is a film that grows on you.
Capital Repertory Theatre’s production of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” leaves muc
“The Band’s Visit” is an irresistibly delightful Israeli comedy that comes to us in a minor key, wri
Nobody plays Antonin Dvorak’s music quite like the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
Capital Region COVID-19 Tracker for Monday, April 12, by county
Lawsuits in Schenectady, Saratoga counties aim to keep Dems off Working Families Party line in June primaries
Relieved of committee role, Schenectady councilwoman calls for no-confidence vote in council president
Retired Schenectady Police Sgt. Ray Wemple is bid farewell; Died April 5, served for 34 years in blue
Stefanik considering bid to challenge Gov. Cuomo’s re-election
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