Comments by nadajooksing
Posted on February 4 at 2:56 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I was there this morning. Bruno and Dean were working side-by-side. I've been told that Dean has already mastered the Italian bread and sausage classes!
Posted on January 25 at 7:15 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Totally agree... SPANISH TOWN was his strongest effort of the night.
Posted on October 30 at 3:17 p.m. (Suggest removal)
This happened to my wife and I at Christmas a couple of years ago. Each year up until that point, we set up a handful of large vintage Christmas display items in our Central State yard. My wife, who - perhaps - is too emotionally dependent upon "the holiday spirit" was heartbroken, breaking down in tears. I posted photos of the items on the facebook pages of several Schenectady neighborhoods, and shockingly, the next morning everything was dumped in a pile in our front yard (not without some damage, unfortunately). Sadly, we now keep our holiday spirit inside the house.
Posted on August 30 at 3:21 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Actually, according to the AP announcement, the award category actually is called "Depth reporting", rather than "In-depth reporting". That said, confusion might have been avoided if category titles had been capitalized in the above.
1st Place, The Post-Star, Glen Falls, Who Takes Care of Us? — Staff
2nd Place, The Daily Gazette, Schenectady, Following Irene — Staff
3rd Place, Poughkeepsie Journal, 'Donors Give a Lot; Veterans Get a Little — Mary Beth Pfeiffer
Posted on July 18 at 3:09 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Schenectady's water has become strong with the smell of bleach in recent weeks. What's up with that?
Posted on March 22 at 3:51 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Perhaps of note to some, the 2nd set consisted of all of the same songs, with one exception. Instead of "the Van Dyke Improv", they performed a terrifying and exciting version of Crimson's INDUSTRY. The evening's highlight, I thought.
And perhaps it was the one additional beer consumed, but each and every one of the songs sounded even better the 2nd time through.
Posted on February 28 at 8:11 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Actually, director James Rasin was at the festival in 2011 to present BEAUTIFUL DARLING, his terrific documentary about Warhol "superstar", Candy Darling.
Posted on January 31 at 3:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Your comment about Tarantino is well put: "He gives you too much, but leaves you wanting more". And speaking of wanting more, this Saturday Proctor's is showing the original Django, along with Django Kill and a "secret" third film that they promise to be the best of them all. In any case, if you like Tarantino, you will definitely not want to miss Django Kill, an arthouse western written and directed by anti-fascist European intellectuals.
Posted on January 19 at 7:40 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Shouldn't the number of votes she won by be noted in the article? According to both the TU and NY Times, she had an 18 vote lead when the election was called in her favor (not that it matters one way or the other, but apparently, one more uncounted vote has now been discovered).
Posted on April 4 at 2:50 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Yes, "angst" was not what I experienced either. More like "exuberance" and "delight". In fact, I woke up this morning with a huge smile on my face that 5 hours at my job couldn't erase! KUDOS to EMPAC to living up to their name and continuing to bring truly experimental art to the Capital region. I have not been so impressed with a local theater since Proctors brought the German group Faust to our area.