#TBT: Capital District Sings, 2011

  Originally posted October 10, 2011: Capital District Sings at timesunion: Capital District Sings brought together a bunch of choruses on Sunday afternoon at Proctors in Schenectady. Albany Pro Musica hosted the event that also featured Albany Gay Men’s Chorus, Chinese Community Center Chorus, Ne’imah Jewish Community Chorus, Electric City Chorus, Capital District Youth Chorale, Mendelssohn ClubContinue reading “#TBT: Capital District Sings, 2011”

Mike Jarboe, in memoriam; or, snapshots of a newspaperman

I am still in disbelief that Mike Jarboe is gone. I am so glad to have read so many stories about him and tributes to him, and that his family knows how many people he has touched and how deeply. Everyone who’s ever met Mike Jarboe has a Mike Jarboe story. Here are some ofContinue reading “Mike Jarboe, in memoriam; or, snapshots of a newspaperman”

#518Day in the News

Thank you to The Daily Gazette and Saratogian for highlighting the #518Day social media campaign slated for Thursday, May 18 The Daily Gazette, 05/13/17: #518Day returns Thursday to promote local arts scene Saratogian, 05/10/17: #518Day, Thursday, May 18 What is #518Day? Learn more about it on this page.  

Scenes from Albany International Airport Solidarity Vigil, Jan. 29, 2017

The Solidarity Vigil at Albany International Airport was a true grass-roots action, with word spread via social media that attracted up to 1,000 people during the protest (from 10 am to just after 2 pm on Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017).

#518Day is already becoming a thing!

It’s great to see that people are already touting #518Day on social media (here and here) — and other media! #518Day is a way for arts groups, venues, makers, and their fans and friends to celebrate the vibrant arts communities of the 518 area code on May 18 (5/18). Most people will take to social mediaContinue reading “#518Day is already becoming a thing!”