On the drive home, noticing a spectacular evening sky -– a mauve afterglow of day -– crowned by a slowly rising crescent moon. All this just moments after careening off the highway.
In a moment of instant recognition — like spotting Tom Cruise or a well-known public figure on the street — we “saw” one another ...
Susan Arbetter's voice rules, entices, intrigues and embraces like a velvet glove.
So much continues to add to my excitement about our evolving city.
Random thoughts as I make the drive to NYC and back.
Last week’s Thanksgiving holiday unleashed a torrent of thoughts and memories.
A week-long event titled Qfest at Proctors will focus on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities in the region in a festival of gay-themed films.
Last week, Anthony Commisso hit one out of the park and derailed my clockwork morning routine when his Facebook post caught my eye.
From quilts to jazz to "Young Frankenstein," a busy fall is under way in the city.
The relentless march of trendsetters and gentrifiers and entrepreneurs will help reclaim downtown Schenectady. Isolated acts of violence can't prevent that.