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Adam Day, Meishlunday and Erin Harkes Rock Out at the College of Saint Rose


Adam Day, Meishlunday and Erin Harkes at Jack’s Place (3/26/11 Show), Review On Saturday March 26th, an eclectic group of musicians performed a rockin’ show at the College of Saint Rose. Traveling performer Adam Day, Saint Rose’s own Meishlunday, and local singer Erin Harkes banded together for a stellar show on the Jack’s Place stage [...]

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Pasties, Acrobats and Tattoos: A Review of the Bing Bamboo Room Burlesque Show, Albany

Baby Dead Girl, Bing Bamboo Room Burlesque Show

Bing Bamboo Room Burlesque in Albany: A Bing Bang of an Evening A muscular shirtless acrobat on a unicycle. A dominatrix telling jokes so dirty they’d make Larry Flynt blush. A belly dancer on fire. And perhaps most importantly–sexy tattooed women taking (nearly all of) their clothes off. It’s all par for the course in the [...]

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The Newest Addition to Fox’s Sunday Night Animation Domination Lineup, “Bob’s Burger’s”

Bobs Burgers

“Bob’s Burger’s”: Fox’s Newest Animated Series Like Fox’s other cartoons, “Bob’s Burgers” likely won’t delight everyone’s fancy; it takes a certain palate to appreciate what Fox serves in its Sunday night Animation Domination lineup. However, “Bob’s Burgers” appears to be a worthy mid-season contender. Unlike the more outlandish antics and characters of the other long-running [...]

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Things to Do in Burlington (Week of March 28, 2011)

Betsey Garand: Hark II

Things to Do in Burlington (Week of March 28, 2011) Spring is here and beauty is bursting out all around us, indoors as well as out. This week we’ll take a look at some of the “indoor beauty” available to connoisseurs in the Champlain Valley. Right in keeping with the season’s whimsical spirit is Under [...]

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Welcome to the Land of Make Believe: The Adirondacks, Arto Monaco & the Birthplace of the Theme Park

Storytown, Lake George

Arto Monaco, the Adirondacks & the First Theme Parks For decades, the Adirondacks have been a perennial popular tourist destination. The Adirondack Park boasts a wealth of well-known tourist activities including hiking, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, canoeing & kayaking, ski resorts and some truly magnificent scenery. While you probably already know about the extensive assortment [...]

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Noel(le) Longhaul: This Is My Name Now, CD Review

This Is My Name Now by Noel(le) Longhaul

Review of This is My Name Now by Noel(le) Longhaul Noel(le) Longhaul is a musician and traveler from a million places and no place at all. We used to play music together when we both lived in Western Mass and lost touch. I have gathered that since then Noel(le) has been many places, hopping trains [...]

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Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, Book Review

Eating Animals by Jonathon Safran Foer

Eating Animals, Jonathan Safran Foer (Book Review) In [amazonify]0316069884::text::::Eating Animals,[/amazonify] Jonathan Safran Foer took me inside factory farming and I can’t help but reevaluate my own eating habits, not only for my own health and conscience, but for the benefit of the environment and the betterment of every being. The facts and stories he presents [...]

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This Pokey Puppy Likes Hot Dogs (Ithaca Blog)

the very hungry caterpillar, ithaca, state theatre

I had veggie hot dogs and sauerkraut for dinner three times last week. 6 links. 1 human. 3 nights. There were not, as you may wonder, any gap nights; three nights…in a row. In my defense, I hadn’t had them in ages and a friend watered the seed of suggestion and craving I was already [...]

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The Albany 1911 Capitol Fire Exhibit at the New York State Museum

The Albany Capitol Fire, 1911

Albany 1911 Capitol Fire Exhibit, New York State Museum, Review It isn’t often physical heroism and intellectualism meet on common ground. This is not to say heroes are not intellectual, nor that intellectuals are never the physical brand of hero, but simply to say, if I need to be rescued from a fire, I would [...]

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Weekly World News Update (March 29, 2011)

Chaos Continues as Radiation Leak is Discovered JAPAN: The radioactive chemical plutonium has been found near one of the nuclear reactors destroyed by the devastating earthquake. So far, there have been some very conflicting reports concerning the amount of radiation that has leaked beyond the nuclear plant. The plant operator Tepco reported that water surrounding [...]

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