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One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.

I had the greatest time at Proctors Bash last Monday where we found out about the amazing shows coming to the area. I was invited by Proctors to cover the event. 641 more words

Schenectady

02/02/2017

A winter sunset.

Schenectady, NY

Art

"You may have the universe if I may have Italy."

When you hear “Mazzone Hospitality” in this area, you know you’re getting delicious, high-quality food- what else could they do? With a partnership with the Italian Trade Commission and the Italian… 595 more words

Albany

B’nai B’rith Gideon Foundation Awards $300K to Help Low-Income Seniors, the Homeless & People with Disabilities

The B’nai B’rith Gideon Foundation is proud to announce that they have awarded $300,000 in grants to support low-income rental housing and/or related social and recreational facilities and programs for low-income families and elderly individuals, and persons with disabilities. 877 more words

Philanthropy

Jobs: Stop Asking, Start Growing

The most common response I hear anytime I post something about building a stronger city is “why are we investing in bike lanes/sidewalks/greenspace/entertainment when we need more jobs?”  In an effort to do something a little different, here’s a video explaining exactly why people like me do what they do.   9 more words

The Economic Impact of Capital Region Nonprofits

The nonprofit sector is a huge driving force in the Capital Region! The Community Foundation is happy to have joined our friends at the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. 95 more words

Nonprofits

A better send-off than wretched 2016 deserved

Songs to Amuse, Steamer No. 10 Theatre, Dec. 31
Shawn Stone | Monday, January 2 2017

Keyboardist Malcolm Kogut and singer Byron Nilsson (aka B.A. Nilsson in these pages) brought their cabaret act Songs to Amuse to the stage at Steamer No. 477 more words