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The Third Annual QFest at Proctors, Preview

John Cameron Mitchell in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001)

QFest: A Celebration of LGBTQ Cinema Proctors Hosts the Third Annual QFest Hosted by Proctors in Schenectady and now in its third year, QFest offers a wide variety of films over the course of four days, including features, classics, regional premieres, documentaries and independent films that explore lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ) issues. The festival kicks off on [...]

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Arthur Miller’s All My Sons Comes to the Wood Theater in March

Neil Akins, Starring in All My Sons at the Wood Theater in Glens Falls: March 8-10, 2013

Arthur Miller’s Classic Play Comes to Glens Falls in March A Preview of All My Sons at the Wood Theater Wrightstage Productions, in collaboration with Rabine Productions, Inc. and the Charles R. Wood Theater, will present Arthur Miller’s classic drama All My Sons at the Wood Theater in Glens Falls on Friday, March 8th through [...]

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Amanouz Cafe: Great Moroccan Food in the Heart of Northampton

Amanouz Cafe in Northampton, MA. Photo Courtesy of Amanouz Cafe

Where Flavor Meets Modesty: Amanouz Cafe, Review North African Cuisine in Northampton If you’re in Northampton and looking for a healthy meal that also waters your taste buds into full bloom, then there’s no better spot to visit than Amanouz Cafe. Despite being located along bustling Main Street, the Moroccan and Mediterranean eatery manages to [...]

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New York’s Attorney General Takes a Stand Against Acid Rain Pollution

Acid Rain Threatens the Adirondacks. Photo Courtesy of Rensselaer Magazine

Fund Established to Fight Acid Rain Pollution A New Grant to Help Reverse Acid Rain Pollution in the Adirondacks New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has created a $400,000 grant to fund projects for reversing acid rain pollution in the Adirondacks. The Adirondack Acid Rain Recovery Program will help identify and implement the most effective [...]

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The Play’s the Thing: Art in the Public Eye’s 24 Hour Play Fest in Glens Falls, Preview

Art in the Public Eye’s 24 Hour Play Fest

The 24 Hour Play Fest at the Wood Theater in Glens Falls Over 60 People Involved in Art in the Public Eye’s New Event Art in the Public Eye (aka APE), the organization which brings the Third Thursday Art Walk, Outdoor Cinema, Chalk Fest, Art Cart and Gallery 99 to Glens Falls will launch a [...]

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Prairie Restoration: No Patch of Ground too Small

A Restored Prairie. Photo Courtesy of Western Michigan University

How Our Ecosystem Depends on the Prairies A Look at the Small-Scale Prairie Movement More each year, we are reminded of the critical importance of species diversity. Nature never puts just one species in a spot, even a square inch of soil, and this is a valuable lesson for farmers, conservationists and homeowners alike. A [...]

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The Reintroduction of Cougars in the Adirondacks Should be Considered

A Cougar. Photo Courtesy of DEC NY.

Cougars in the Adirondacks: Should it Happen? Reintroducing the Long Absent Cougar into the Ecosystem If we keep the promise we’ve inherited from our forefathers, ensuring our state parks are preserved for our children and their children’s children, then NYDEC needs to expedite the study for the reintroduction of cougars into the Adirondacks. John Laundre, [...]

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