On the afternoon of Nov. 28, 1916, Mrs. Harold M. Mott-Smith, known as Jennie to her friends, had a small gathering at her Bedford Avenue home, and told her husband to make sure he stayed late at the office.
Having played a blind superhero more than a decade ago in “Daredevil,” and a daring depressive this spring in “Batman v Superman,” Ben Affleck now goes one better.
“Fate is the sum total of our own stupidity,” declares the title character in “A Man Called Ove,” a charming, warm-hearted Swedish dramedy about the redemptive power of neighborly love.
Comedy juggernaut Kevin Hart isn’t content to merely share the screen in buddy comedies like “Ride Along” and “Central Intelligence.” He wants to own the screen.
Some people may not identify with Sara Paupini’s character in Gina Gionfriddo’s “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” but they’ll certainly recognize her.
Skidmore College and the New York State Military Museum will host Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Michael King and his new documentary tonight.
Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature Thursday for work that the Swedish Academy described as “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”
Check Fantastic Negrito tonight at Cohoes Music Hall (58 Remsen St., Cohoes); our own (Delmar resident) Bryan Thomas opens.
Fifteen years ago, Stu Eichel went to Gloversville to paint the downtown buildings and landscape.
John McCutcheon is a master instrumentalist, and always packs guitar, auto harp, piano, banjo and hammered dulcimer for his concerts.
Jim Richmond will talk about his book "War on the Middleline" tonight at 7 p.m. in the first of a series of presentations to be held at the Fort Plain Museum.
Marc Christopher will tell you that if he’s playing the male lead, you’re probably not watching your average Broadway musical, and he’d be right.
Ask Sara and Leigh-Ann Esty about playing softball, and what they remember most is that the sport provided them plenty of time to work on their dance routines.
Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys is extending his 2017 North American tour and will perform in Albany’s Palace Theatre on April 16.
An earlier tweet today by the Times Union Center that Kanye West would appear on Dec. 10 has now been removed.
The band, famous for songs like “Dare You to Move” and “Meant to Live” off their breakthrough 2003 album “The Beautiful Letdown,” is scheduled to play Clifton Park’s Upstate Concert Hall Thursday.
“All we have are a bunch of songs,” said Graham Nash early in the Sunday night show to a full Troy Music Hall.
The luscious sounds of legendary Czech mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kozena filled Union College’s Memorial Chapel Sunday afternoon to open the Union College Concert Series.
In the Gibson Brothers' masterly hands, bluegrass burst its hillbilly bonds to become all-purpose music Saturday at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
When Dean Snow first ventured onto the Saratoga Battlefield back during the winter of 1970, the fact that the tour road was closed didn’t stop him for a second.