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Buell, Bill

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Phone: 518-395-3190

Employee Since: April 1, 1978

Arts & Life Reporter

Biography:

A native of Glenville and resident of Schenectady's Stockade section, Bill is a 1971 Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake graduate and a 2001 University at Albany graduate, with a degree in history. He has worked as a sportswriter and features writer at the Gazette since 1977. He currently writes monthly Landmarks and Focus on Faith features and also does Q&As, personal profiles, historically-themed stories and theater previews.

Bill's Recent Articles:


Magicians to reveal secrets at Proctors  — and then some

Magicians to reveal secrets at Proctors — and then some

June 25, 2016

When Mike Tyler tells you there’s nothing up his sleeve, you have to believe him. Tyler, 31, is a native of Brisbane, Australia, and one ...

ATF musical promises a totally new experience

ATF musical promises a totally new experience

June 22, 2016

Tired of the same old Broadway show? Then head to Glens Falls this summer and the Charles R. Wood Theater, home of the Adirondack Theatre ...

Hamilton tours take off at Albany's Schuyler Mansion

Hamilton tours take off at Albany's Schuyler Mansion

June 18, 2016

When all the Broadway buzz around “Hamilton” began drifting up north to the Capital Region, Heidi Hill had a great idea. “I thought we might ...

Finally, Albany slaves to get dignified burial

Finally, Albany slaves to get dignified burial

June 16, 2016

For those men and women enslaved by the Schuyler family in the 17th and 18th century, there was no Emancipation Proclamation, no Juneteenth Celebration. This ...

Political ‘Fiorello!’ echoes turbulent election season

Political ‘Fiorello!’ echoes turbulent election season

June 15, 2016

There’s a lot to like looking at the Berkshire Theatre Group’s 2016 summer season, but Kate Maguire knows how to grab someone’s attention as well ...

Elmer Avenue School has unique architectural, cultural history

Elmer Avenue School has unique architectural, cultural history

June 12, 2016

The Elmer Avenue neighborhood that Jane Ann Schermerhorn Ellis Smitley created back in the first decade of the 1900s continues to change. Elmer Avenue Elementary ...

Mac-Haydn shows off American theater, in the round

Mac-Haydn shows off American theater, in the round

June 8, 2016

For Lynne Haydn, enjoying a classic Broadway musical at a summer venue using theater-in-the-round staging is about as good as it gets. “I think that ...

SUNY students from across state showcase art

SUNY students from across state showcase art

June 8, 2016

Stephanie Hewett enjoys putting paint on paper occasionally, but to the 2010 Mohonasen High grad, art usually becomes a bit more complicated. Hewett is one ...

A man and his music: Remembering Tom Brown

A man and his music: Remembering Tom Brown

June 8, 2016

Music was serious business for Tom Brown, but even more it was his love and passion. A well-known music teacher in the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake ...

Downtown Schenectady banners again recognize ‘Hometown Heroes’

Downtown Schenectady banners again recognize ‘Hometown Heroes’

June 6, 2016

Christopher Yates, one of Schenectady’s first politicians, and Angelo Santabarbara, a current New York state assemblyman from the 11th District, are two of the Hometown ...

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