From Etsy to Delmar, catwalk look is not expensive
Congratulations, we have officially made it to spring. How will you be celebrating after this long winter?
This editorial appears in the March 25 editions of Spotlight News;.
Newest “Calvin and Hobbes” book lends insight into why artist Bill Watterson stopped the popular comic strip
The artistic form of the comic strip has existed for some time, dating back to medieval tapestries that depicted sequential pictures. Newspapers started running the humorous and satirical printed strips in America around the end of the 19th century.
This appears in the March 18 editions of Spotlight News.
Reality television is not real
She had just completed her final weigh in at our most recent challenge and wasn’t happy with losing almost 20 pounds in 8 weeks. When I asked my client what she thought she’d lose, she said, “At least fifty.”
Usher in spring by bringing color into your accessories
Say goodbye to Old Man Winter. It’s time to break out of the dark and come to the light.
Oscar nominated actor Chazz Palminteri talks about life, upcoming show at Proctors
It all started with a conversation between an old man and a bouncer outside the door of an exclusive club.
This editorial appears in the March 18 editions of Spotlight News.
This appears in the March 11 editions of Spotlight News.
The Spa City is embracing a band bringing life to the music scene
At the doorstep of New York’s Adirondack State Park, Saratoga Springs has a natural appeal for liberal thinkers and creative minds. It is, therefore, by no mistake the Spa City is a college town with a devotion to the arts and the avant-garde.
Albany’s own Dave Spadaro Group’s self-titled debut
Dave Spadaro Group has come out of the gates in 2015 with a great record, blending together jazz, funk, blues and rock. With this self-titled debut, they have let the world know they are here to make beautiful music.
This editorial appears in the March 11 editions of Spotlight News.
Peruse many lists of the best ﬁction of 2014 and you will likely ﬁnd Anthony Doerr’s latest novel, “All The Light We Cannot See,” prominently mentioned. While it deals in the well-trodden literary milieu of war-torn Europe, it achieves success by discarding the traditional accouterments of the genre, in favor of a lighter touch accentuated by the unorthodox viewpoints of the novel’s unique protagonists.
Enjoy 48 hours of comfy-chic
The weekend. There is no sweeter phrase for folks working Monday through Friday, but the question begs to be asked: What will you be wearing?
This appears in the March 4 editions of Spotlight News.
The weather may be forcing us to bundle up in thermals but after the Spring 2015 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City, the world is softly glowing in pastels.
This editorial appears in the March 4 editions of Spotlight News.
Annual event highlights child and parenting resources in the area
Has your child ever wanted to meet Captain America, Thor, R2D2, or Darth Vader? They can do that and much more at the Hannaford Kidz Expo Saturday, March 7, at the Empire State Plaza.
Regional forum rallies for equitable education funding, local control of classrooms
Many education advocates over the last few years have criticized Gov. Andrew Cuomo for not supporting public schools. Now some question if he’s intentionally working against them.
Printing service provides visibility to both art and artist
In the 21st century, art takes on a digital form; from the photographs you view to the music you hear, it is all an interpretation of 0s and 1s.