Empire State Youth Orchestra mentor and alum Master Sergeant Brian Sacawa performed at the presidential inauguration on January 20. (Empire State Youth Orchestra)
Actresses Kristen Wiig (left) and Annie Mumolo star in Josh Greenbaum's wide-release directorial debut, 'Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar,' which is out on on-demand services on February 12. (Cate Cameron)
The first floor of Aqueduct has been transformed into a COVID-19 vaccination hub. (Billy Francis LeRoux)

New Yorkers Can Now Get the COVID-19 Vaccination at Two NYRA Racetracks

Belmont and now Aqueduct racetracks have offered up space to people looking to get vaccinated.

The New York Racing Association (NYRA) is once again lending…

The Tiny Diney in Cohoes will celebrate its soft opening on Saturday, January 23.

Co-Owner of Troy’s Footsy Magoo’s Opening a New Diner in Cohoes

The Tiny Diney will be located on Ontario Street and have a soft opening on January 23.

It was Cohoes’ popular Eat in the Street program, which…

Beyond Identity's Chief Revenue Officer Adam Clay.

How a Shakespeare-Loving Former Skidmore Basketball Star Wound Up on the Executive Team at a $100 Million Tech Startup

Adam Clay, who started for the Thoroughbreds in the '90s, serves as chief revenue officer of Beyond Identity, which wants to make the password obsolete.

You would probably have to dig through some of the…

Druthers, which will begin construction on its fourth location in Clifton Park this spring, is know for its mac and cheese. (Terri-Lynn Pellegri)

New Druthers Location Set to Open in Clifton Park

Construction on the new location is scheduled to begin this spring.

Every Capital Region mac and cheese lover knows that Druthers…

Former Malta Town Zoning Board of Appeals member Sharon Pineo being arrested during the Capitol riots. (Facebook)

Malta Town Zoning Board Member Resigns After Taking Part in Capitol Riot

Sharon Pineo resigned on January 11 after photos were shared on social media of her being arrested at the Capitol.

If you assumed that the fallout from the US Capitol…


Troy's new Sound House Records will cater to both new and rare vinyl collectors. (Amy Carter/Flickr)

Sound House Records, a Vinyl Collector–Focused Record Shop, Set to Open in Downtown Troy (Exclusive)

The record shop, which will be located on King Street, is targeted to open in mid-to-late March or early April.

There’s a scene in the now-20-year-old movie, High Fidelity, in which record shop owner Rob Gordon (John Cusack) sashays over to his fellow employee and whispers in his ear that he’s going…

Albany Symphony
David Alan Miller conducting the Albany Symphony. (Gary Gold)

Governor Cuomo Unveils ‘New York Arts Revival’ Program in State of the State Address

Cuomo name-checked the Albany Symphony Orchestra as one of the organizations that would take part in the pop-up program.

Since the pandemic hit last March, the Capital Region arts scene has been living in the upside down. Without a way to safely seat audiences in local venues such as the Saratoga…

Matt McCabe, longtime owner of Saratoga Guitar and former city commissioner of finance, has died.

Matt McCabe, Longtime Owner of Saratoga Guitar and Former City Commissioner, Dies at 63

McCabe, a force in Saratoga's downtown business community and music scene since the 1990s, died of unknown causes.

Just two years ago, the Saratoga Springs community was celebrating the 25th anniversary of Saratoga Guitar, one of the city’s oldest downtown businesses and a popular port of call for many of…

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