Even the presence of actor Will Smith can’t save the film “Hancock” from a descent into stupidity.
The opening act of the Freihofer’s Jazz Festival is the same every year: The Mad Dash.
Shakespeare & Company’s production of William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” is not only
Gazette movie critic Dan DiNicola says “Wanted” is so far the finest adventure of the 2008 summer.
Sergei Bodrov’s epiclike film “Mongol” promises to be the first part of a trilogy based on the life
Compagnie Heddy Maalem performed a riveting version of “Le Sacre du Printempts” at Jacob’s Pillow.
“WALL-E,” the newest Pixar offering from Disney, possesses many wonderful qualities. The best of all
ALBANY — Joan Osborne waited a little too long to break-out her one and only hit “One of Us.” It was
Schenectady-based jazz musician Marcus Benoit has put down the sax and now he’s focusing on the pian
George Bernard Shaw’s “Candida” is being given superlative treatment by the Berkshire Theatre Festiv
Police: ‘Disturbing video’ leads to severely injured person in Schenectady; Multiple detained
Schenectady Holiday Parade to return next month; Theme ‘Superheroes’ to honor pandemic essential workers
Schenectady passes $97M budget; No increase in city property taxes
Saratoga County’s ’22 budget plan is $381M, projects another property tax reduction
Scrapbook 1981, 1987, 1996: Costumed kids for Halloween in Schenectady, Amsterdam
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