Arts, Features, and News
Chronogram is the leading arts/culture magazine of the Hudson Valley.
Compelled to focus on the "outsiders"—the contemporary heroes of his series, Queer Icons—Roman illuminates the variety of the gender and queer spectrum.
After an $8.5 million renovation, the historic Hudson Opera House—New York State's oldest surviving theatre—reopens as a first-class venue space in Hudson, NY.
Spotlight Newspapers is a hyper-local weekly newspaper in the Capital Region.
Part of the Pack
Feature story on the Colonie Police Department's canine handler and the rigorous training necessary when bringing a new dog onto the K-9 Unit
Town Tightens Leash on Motels
Local law passes to regulate the expansion and construction of hotels
and motels along busy street that already houses 22 developments
along the less than 7-mile strip.
South Colonie's Tax Cap Challenge Succeeds
After a continuously financially strenuous year for a local school district,
a $92.3 million budget passed exceeding the state tax cap, making it
one of 27 districts of New York's 682 to override the state's tax cap.