Other Voices, Other Rooms

Brad Shear, Executive Director of the Mohawk & Hudson River Humane Society, notes that his organization is currently tied for third place in the ASPCA’s Save More Live 100K Challenge. Want to adopt a companion animal? This would be the time: you’d gain a new friend and help the non-profit shelter towards winning the $100,000 prize. To make it easy, they’re having adoption clinics all over Nippertown.

Over at State of Mind, J Hunter reviews the Rhythm Devils show from September 2 @ Northern Lights.

J. Eric Smith has given up on blogging for the Times Union. Also, he’s got a special Nippertown edition of his series of music recommendations, Five Songs You Need To Hear.

Get Visual reviews the Jules Olitski show at the Opalka.

At Hudson Sounds, Joseph Dalton does a little play-by-play name dropping about The ASO’s Opening Night last Saturday.

Nippertown theatre listings and reviews: Gail Sez has the motherlode.

The Mohawk Hudson Regional is at The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls this year. Want to go to the opening? According to Arts Talk, it’ll cost you $15 if you’re not in the show, the one guest of someone who is in the show, or a member of The Hyde. Yikes.

You can download a free five-song sampler from the soundtrack, by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, to the soon-to-be-released film The Social Network. And while it’s not exactly breaking news, you can also download boatloads of free songs here, here, here and here.

Need more ways to waste time? Check out Kevin Marshall’s always entertaining Blogorama: Links & Highlights of the Week.

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