Satirical songwriter turned math professor Tom Lehrer will be 93 on Friday, April 9, and cabaret performer Byron Nilsson salutes the occasion with a Lehrer-centric program of humorous songs at Saratoga’s Caffè Lena at 8 PM on April 9. Performing with longtime musical director Malcolm Kogut, … Read more

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“For a two-week run leading up to the Oscars, the Crandell presents a compelling feature from Tunisia, The Man Who Sold His Skin. Director Kaouther Ben Hania was inspired by a living work she saw in the Louvre, ‘Tim’ by Wim Delvoye, in which a man named Tim Steiner sat shirtless, still, and …

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HUDSON — Pamela Salisbury Gallery is proud to present Graham Nickson: Passages, an exhibition of new watercolors from 2020 and 2021 and a selection of landscapes in oil painted in the 1970s in Rome. Art historian Kathryn Kremnizter writes: “Done decades apart, the premise sustained from the …

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For today’s Conversation, Writers Institute Director Paul Grondahl interviews Russell Shorto, the best-selling author of Island at the Center of the World: The Epic Story of Dutch Manhattan & The Forgotten Colony That Shaped America, Amsterdam, and Revolution Song, and a contributing wri…

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The Sebastians connect with audiences through dynamic and vital performances of music of the baroque and classical eras. Known for their “energetic… youthful, vigorous performance style…” they have been called New York’s “leading young early-music ensemble” (The New York Times). This colorfu…

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Senate House State Historic Site is set to re-open for tours and museum visitors for the 2021 season on Thursday, April 15th. The site will be open Wednesdays – Saturdays, 10 am – 5 pm and Sundays, 1pm – 5pm through October 31st.

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Gali Greenspan’s work traverses a variety of mediums, including video footage, sound samples, analogue processed footage, ceramics, and site- specific installations of prints on household materials. With its emphasis on architectural forms, her work questions our expectation for coherent ord…

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We condemn the rising tide of anti-Asian violence. Our hearts break for those who have been killed and injured, and for their families, friends and communities.

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The Hudson Area Library History Room on Zoom presents The History of Shantytown (aka The Furgary) in Hudson, Thursday, March 25, 6-7:30pm. Gary Sheffer, member of the library Board of Trustees and chair of the History Room Committee, interviews Leo Bower, lifelong local and a resident histor…

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In “The Courier,” a moody, true-story thriller made in an expensive, wood-paneled style, the director Dominic Cooke returns us to the throwback days of the Cold War and its facts, myths and political maelstroms.

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center announces participation in the Blind Boys of Alabama’s Easter Weekend Special, a virtual performance presented by the legendary gospel group, on Friday, April 2 at 9 p.m.