The Locally Owned Voice of the Capital Region
Loading Arts & Entertainment...
 
Couples explore anxiety, fidelity, performance in ‘Overnight’

Couples explore anxiety, fidelity, performance in ‘Overnight’

Friday, July 3, 2015
Writer-director Patrick Brice’s second feature, following his found-footage thriller “Creep,” works fairly well as a “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice” for a new era in edgy-yet-genial commercial sensibilities.
 
Reelz comes to the rescue of homeless Miss USA pageant
LOS ANGELES

Reelz comes to the rescue of homeless Miss USA pageant

Thursday, July 2, 2015
The Miss USA pageant, left without a TV home following blowback against co-owner Donald Trump over his comments on Mexican immigrants, has been rescued by the Reelz channel.
 
Van Gogh’s lifelong love of nature is on exhibit

Van Gogh’s lifelong love of nature is on exhibit

Thursday, July 2, 2015
When Vincent Van Gogh was a boy, he fell in love with nature. “Little Vincent was the child that knew all of the birds, he kept insects in boxes,” recalled his sister Elisabeth.
 
Park Playhouse inspired Loudonville actress
ALBANY

Park Playhouse inspired Loudonville actress

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Loudonville native Julia Franklin, playing the lead in the Park Playhouse production of “Singin’ in the Rain,” loves the role and loves the outdoor theater in Albany's Washington Park.
 
'Two Sets' gives DMB fans acoustic, electric tunes
SARATOGA SPRINGS

'Two Sets' gives DMB fans acoustic, electric tunes

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
The Dave Matthews Band is coming to SPAC with its “Two Sets” tour. A casual acoustic set will open the show, followed by the louder electric portion of the concert.
 
David Crosby digs deep in intimate show at Egg
ALBANY

David Crosby digs deep in intimate show at Egg

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
David Crosby sings, tells stories at Egg as part of an intimate acoustic tour.
 

Good intentions fail to offset holes in plot of faith-based movie

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
“Faith of Our Fathers,” the latest offering in the growing faith-based film market, gets high points for good intentions but loses most of them for execution.
 
Male stripper flick slightly shopworn but has moments

Male stripper flick slightly shopworn but has moments

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
“Magic Mike XXL” comes up a little short compared to the original.
 
Schwarzenegger makes good on ‘I’ll be back’

Schwarzenegger makes good on ‘I’ll be back’

Wednesday, July 1, 2015
The "Terminator" — as promised — is back and it is a fun, exciting thrill ride that makes it one of the best action movies of the year.
 
Apostrophe Cafe getting makeover at Proctors
SCHENECTADY

Apostrophe Cafe getting makeover at Proctors

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The Apostrophe Cafe at Proctors is getting a complete overhaul to improve customer service and provide new menu options.
 
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck say they're getting divorced
LOS ANGELES

Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck say they're getting divorced

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are splitting after 10 years of marriage.
 
Jack Carter, brash comic, dies at 93
LOS ANGELES

Jack Carter, brash comic, dies at 93

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Jack Carter, whose brash, caustic comedy made him a star in early television and helped him sustain a career of more than a half-century in TV, nightclubs, movies and on stage, died of respiratory failure at his Beverly Hills, California, home, a family spokesman said.
 
Novalima’s Peruvian fusion lights up Proctors GE
SCHENECTADY

Novalima’s Peruvian fusion lights up Proctors GE

Monday, June 29, 2015
Making the very best of a rain-site move from Central Park, Novalima filled Proctors GE Theatre with throbbing, irresistible Afro-Peruvian-electronica Sunday.
 
NBC to Donald Trump: You're fired
NEW YORK

NBC to Donald Trump: You're fired

Monday, June 29, 2015
NBC said Monday that it is ending its business relationship with mogul and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump because of comments he made about immigrants during the announcement of his campaign.
 
Chris Squire, bassist of progressive rock band Yes, dies
NEW YORK

Chris Squire, bassist of progressive rock band Yes, dies

Monday, June 29, 2015
Chris Squire, the bassist and co-founder of the progressive rock band Yes who recently announced he had leukemia, has died, according to a statement from his band members on Sunday. He was 67.
 
 

columnists & blogs


Log into Dailygazette.com

Forgot Password?

Subscribe

Username:
Password: