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Don Byron Jazzes Up Schenectady

The Whisper Dome in Schenectady was the place to be on Nov. 3, as the 31th season of A Place for Jazz came to a joyful close with Don Byron, a composer, educator, and musician who is known for his … more

SaratogaArtsFest Throws Inaugural Masquerade Ball

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Me, before I figured him out. Admittedly, he was scary. As I stood sipping my ultra-icy whiskey smash, he was on the prowl, pacing the lobby of the Canfield … more

Happy Halloween From the Saratoga Living Staff

Check out these views of Yaddo in Saratoga – are there ghosts living there, as well as artists? See the spirits captured by Lawrence's lens under the pergola in the Yaddo rose … more

A Chef’s Night Out for Mack Brin Farms

Mack Brin Farms is the type of small family farm that a fictional girl would grow up on in a young adult novel. Its owners believe in “quietly farming” – working with nature instead of drowning … more

'Touched By an Angel' Draws Big Crowd for Hospice

The National Museum of Dance was filled with more than 450 attendees for Community Hospice’s 22nd annual “Touched By an Angel” benefit on Thursday, Oct. 19. Upon arriving, guests were greeted … more

Mad Men Creator to Discuss New Novel at Skidmore

Matthew Weiner, the Emmy Award-winning writer, producer, director and creator of the popular television series Mad Men, will discuss his debut novel at Skidmore College Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Part of … more

Hotel Concert for Hurricane Relief in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands

The Israel family, owners of The Inn at Saratoga, hosted a benefit concert for hurricane relief for the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico that raised more than $10,000. About150 guests, including … more

Mayor Yepsen cuts ribbon at restored Adelphi Hotel

Saratoga Springs Mayor Joanne Yepsen officially re-opened the Adelphi Hotel on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, snipping a green ribbon that was stretched across the front doors of the historic Victorian-era … more

Code Blue Saratoga returns to Soul Saving Station

As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, dozens of Saratogians will find shelter through Code Blue Saratoga, a program of Shelters of Saratoga. Founded in 2013, Code Blue provides temporary … more

Big Eyed Phish concert benefits UPH, Auto Museum

Amid an array of vintage working vehicles, the Dave Matthews tribute band Big Eyed Phish performed to benefit Universal Preservation Hall and the Saratoga Automobile Museum at the museum Saturday, … more

Dishing it out to keep children safe

Chefs from around the Capital Region came to compete in The Dish It Out Celebrity Chef Gourmet Challenge at Saratoga National, raising about $70,000 for The Capital Region Office of the National … more

Girlfriends Lend a Helping Hand to Wellspring

It had been a very bad week for women. The annual Girlfriends Helping Girlfriends evening out at Longfellows landed right after movie mogul Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault scandal broke. Were … more

Brubeck-inspired Collaboration of Music and Film from Pakistan

Modern day Pakistan, to most Americans, doesn’t exactly seem like the home of a flourishing arts and cultural scene. Indeed, after a 1977 military coup that put in power a dictatorship set on … more

StoryHarvest is North Troy’s festival of food, music, poetry and art

The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy held its seventh annual StoryHarvest: A Celebration of Art and Food from Seed to Table! on Sept. 23 in Freedom Square, North Troy. The event was a … more

Stockade Walkabout explores historic homes, churches

On a crisp and glorious Sept. 23, Capital Region history lovers gathered in Schenectady’s historic Stockade District for the 56th annual Stockade Walkabout. Nestled next to the Mohawk River in … more

Friends Producer Kevin Bright joins Gateway board of directors

Kevin Bright, an executive producer behind the Emmy Award-winning television series Friends, has joined the board of directors at Gateway House of Peace in Ballston Spa. Bright lives with his wife … more

Pooches Parade for a Good Cause

Poodles, pugs, shepherds and schnauzers flaunted their furry frames in four-legged fashion at the 7th Annual Pooch Parade in Congress Park Sept. 30. The parade, put on by Wellspring, aims to raise … more

Big Eyed Phish headlines UPH benefit at Saratoga Auto Museum

Sick of waiting a whole year between Dave Matthews performances at SPAC? Head to the Saratoga Auto Museum this Saturday for the next best thing. The Dave Matthews tribute band Big Eyed Phish will … more

TRASK Art Show to feature work by 50 artists

Art lovers and art makers will come together Thursday to benefit the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation. The sixth annual TRASK Art Show & Sale is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. at the Canfield Casino, … more

Foods from around the world

Take a culinary trip around the globe at the fourth annual Saratoga International Flavorfeast. Beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, pick up a "passport" guide at Fingerpaint, Broadway and Division … more
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