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SPAC’s new Live at the Jazz Bar

Saratoga is an old city with its own secrets and traditions. But sometimes, there’s magic if you shake it up a bit. The Philadelphia Orchestra opened its 51st season at SPAC with The Russian … more

“Rhythm of Romance” Ballet Gala Celebrates Music of Richard Rodgers

The Saratoga Performing Arts Center hosted its annual gala at the Hall of Springs on July 8 to support the New York City Ballet residency. The theme this year was "The Rhythm of Romance" and featured … more

New inductees to the "Hoofprints Walk Of Fame"

The Saratoga 150 Committee today announced the two newest inductees to the Hoofprints Walk of Fame at Saratoga Race Course: memorable filly Molly Brant and champion horse Sun Briar. more

Pearl Gala Celebrates Dance Museum's 30th Birthday in Style

The National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame's 30th Anniversary Gala on Saturday, August 12, was truly a wonderful celebration. Michele Riggi, gala chairwoman and board president, and the museum … more

George Rickey Sculpture at the Tang

Skidmore has undergone a number of renovations and changes over the past few years in attempt to combine the College’s expanding science programs and established arts reputation. This includes … more

Terell Stafford Quintet Skidmore Jazz Institute June 27, 2017

The Terell Stafford Quintet swung hard as the opening concert of the 30th year of the Skidmore Jazz Institute on June 27th. Stafford is the Director of Jazz Studies and Chair of Instrumental … more

Historic Congress Park Summer Stroll

The Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation offers the Wealth & Wellness: Franklin Square Summer … more

Saratoga Race Course Notes

• Javier Castellano joins the immortals in Friday's Hall of Fame induction • Breaking Lucky settled in at Saratoga ahead of G1 Whitney • Classic Empire might breeze this … more

The Cradle Will Rock

The second most infamous night of theater happened eighty years ago, when the New Deal era Federal Theater Project pulled funding for Marc Blitzstein’s opera The Cradle Will Rock and had the doors … more

LIVE FIT - Be Aware: Mindful Practices

The practice of intentional, nonjudgmental awareness of moment to moment experience has been practiced for thousands of years in a variety of forms to cultivate well-being and peace of mind. In our … more

Sky's the Limit- Homes Rising in Value

The Capital District's real estate market is hot, especially in Saratoga. And several key factors are likely to keep it that way. more

Interactive thoroughbred racehorse simulator Ready to Ride!

The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will open its newest interactive experience, Ready to Ride!, to the public on Friday, June 30. Ready to Ride! is a cutting-edge electronic racehorse … more

Community Celebrates Saving of City’s Last Working Farm

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John Hendrickson elected president of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame

John Hendrickson has been elected president of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame by the Museum’s Executive Committee. Hendrickson succeeds Gretchen Jackson, who has served as the … more

Racing Partnership Open House

RACING PARTNERSHIP OPEN HOUSE DAY AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF RACING AND HALL OF FAME SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, JULY 23 The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame will present a unique … more

What $1 Million Will Buy You In Saratoga County

The Elms at Saratoga is a new traditional-style neighborhood that's still growing on the city's West Side behind the high school. more

Gun Runner all business in impressive G1 Whitney victory

Winchell Thoroughbreds and Three Chimney's Gun Runner delivered on his reputation as one of the top older males in the country, picking up his second straight Grade 1 with a 5 ¼-length score as the … more

Affordable Housing Proposal Being Brought to City Hall

Jefferson Street on the southeast end of Saratoga Springs has long been a diverse neighborhood, home to the first public houses development, the Jefferson Terrace. The street stretches from the "Five … more

Paint and Sip: It’s an ‘Everyone Thing’

by Molly Congdon There’s a business concept that’s erupting across the nation, an idea that caters to Americans’ insatiable itch to discover something idiosyncratic, reasonably priced, and … more

Public Viewing Party for Final Debate Tonight

Skidmore’s Tang Teaching Museum aims to bring the Saratoga community together over a polarizing subject: the election. Tonight, the museum will be hosting a public viewing party for the final … more
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