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Performers, audience members do some shopping on the way to Proctors

Florence Luborsky began working at the Van Curler Music Store in 1983 and then purchased the business along with her husband in 1984. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
Florence Luborsky began working at the Van Curler Music Store in 1983 and then purchased the business along with her husband in 1984. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
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At Florence Luborsky’s place, you never know who might be dropping in. In 1983, when she was managing the Schenectady Van Curler Music Store, legendary comic Red Skelton paid a quick visit. “We’ve gotten a lot of big names over the years,” said Luborsky, who along with her daughter Rhoda owns and operates the store in the southern end of the Proctors Arcade, just opposite the stage door. “Red Skelton walked in once, and he ...


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