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“Birds of Prey” is a movie for audiences who like to see faces sliced off screaming victims and hear the amplified blows of baseball bats snapping limbs and crushing skulls. And it’s all meant to be good, clean fun. Audiences who don’t find these events entertaining will be less enthusiastic…

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HUDSON — Hudson Hall presents the third annual HUDSON JAZZ FESTIVAL™, opening FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 and SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16 (President’s Day Weekend). Curated by the distinctive Hudson-based pianist Armen Donelian, the 2020 Festival offers jazz enthusiasts and contemporary …

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HUDSON — The Hudson Area Library History Room Committee presents the exhibit The History of the Census in Hudson which will be on display in the library’s Community Room from February 6 until March 31. The public is invited to the opening reception on Thursday, February 6 from 6pm until 7:30…

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HUDSON – For the next few months, an eclectic antique shop in Hudson will have the work of area artists on view amongst the objects. Henry, at 348 Warren Street, is announcing a new promotion beginning the first of February. Called “Art among the Goods,” the shop will include pieces of conte…

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French-African director Ladj Ly’s debut feature “Les Miserables” gets its title from a line in Victor Hugo’s novel of the same name: “There are no bad plants and there are no bad men. There are just bad cultivators.” And it is set in and around a gang-infested section of Paris where Hugo set…

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“The Gentlemen,” the new gangster picture from Guy Ritchie, offers a disastrous attempt to get back to the comic nihilism of “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” and “Snatch.”

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TROY — The Photography Center of the Capital District celebrates Black History Month with an exhibition of arts and photographs selected from the PhotoCenter archives with additional photos by Carrie Brown, Bernice Green and Robert Cooper. Vintage native sculptures and masks from western Afr…