The internationally celebrated Irish instrumental band Lúnasa joins forces with the Celtic music singer/songwriter Ashley Davis on Saturday, Dec. 16, and psychedelic-rock eccentrics the Slambovian Circus of Dreams present their annual holiday concert on Saturday, Dec. 23.
Friday, Dec. 15: Bring a menorah from home and join with others in the experience of lighting hundreds of candles.
Saturday, Dec. 16: Academy Award- and Grammy-winning artist Melissa Etheridge brings a full band to the newly renovated Ulster Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Saturday, Dec. 16: One of Stephen Sondheim’s darkest stageworks — and that’s saying something — Follies, which debuted in 1971, doesn’t get revived very often, despite being regarded as a classic of musical theater. National Theatre’s revival has been called “superb.”
Saturday, Dec. 16: The exhibition will highlight Izu’s “Sacred Places” series.
New York State’s Excelsior Scholarship fails to cover the majority of college costs, which come from room and board. According to NYPIRG, 48 percent of students experience some type of housing insecurity and 64 percent were food insecure. The numbers are higher among students of color.
Historic Huguenot Street (HHS) has hired a new executive director, Liselle LaFrance, an award-winning museum professional who has served as the director of Historic Cherry Hill in Albany for 26 years.
This weekend: Catch this seasonal ballet favorite at the Bardavon and UPAC.
In 1986, the High Falls artist began the Tethys Project, a sort of personal time capsule that would become his primary artistic endeavor for the rest of his life. Each side of each cube was incised (via sandblasting) with images, glyphs, poetic statements, as well as the latitude and longitude for each block—all created and designed by the artist. The idea was that the Tethys Project would be as close to a permanent artistic statement as possible, with the submerged granite blocks discovered hundreds or thousands of years from now, if then.
Robbie Dupree brings a whole new crop of ‘Friends’ with him when he takes the stage for the first time in two years in the area, at 8 p.m. Saturday, December 9 at the Falcon, in Marlboro, and then right at home in Woodstock, at 8 p.m. Sunday, December 10 at Colony, 22 Rock City Road.