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By ELI ENIS 3/1/16 Guided only by the minimal information provided on a Facebook event page that was created just days before and a lust for catching one of indie …

By LOUIS SMITH 3/1/16 Albany’s historic Madison Theater was invaded by aging punks and hipsters on Saturday, Feb. 20 to witness the performance put on by estranged ex-Misfits lead singer …

By ELI ENIS 3/8/16 They waded through the dense crowd of chattering twenty-somethings, stepped up onto the stage, and picked up their respective instruments. One of them sipped from a …

By KEVIN FUREY 2/26/16   It’s just past 2 a.m., but all is not quiet at the home where Laurie, a resident of Pine Hills, has lived since 1993. Rowdy …

By ANALUCIA ZEPEDA 2/23/16 “Welcome, ladies.” Diane Shewchuk, the resident curator of the Albany Institute of History and Art, beckoned our attention. On Wednesday, Feb. 10, a group of about …

By ELI ENIS 2/23/16 The presence of two Hollywood actors, a selection of musical acts ranging from experimental jazz to grunge punk, and a wide array of framed, tasteful nude …

2/2/16 By ELI ENIS It was about 35 degrees on the night of Jan. 28, but a cascade of warm air and geniality surged through the tiny dive bar The …

By Eli Enis 1/26/16 When it comes to origin stories, most bands start with some sort of long-winded ramble about how their previous bands fell through, or how their members …

By Russell Oliver 1/26/16 The University at Albany and the local area has tons of great events to look forward to this semester. From festivals to sports to great musicians …

By Celia Balf 1/26/16 The University at Albany Great Danes versus the Stony Brook Seawolves is always a battle worth the hype. The Peter Hooley shot from last year is …