Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From Vanity Fair: “In His Own Words: Why Bob Dylan Paints”Bob Dylan writes a rare essay in conjunction with “The Beaten Path,” an exhibition of his American landscape paintings currently on view at London’s Halcyon Gallery.

From Hudson Valley Magazine: Congrats to Club Helsinki in Hudson, named Best Live Music and Food Venue by the editors of Hudson Valley Magazine. Also congratulations to the readers’ poll winners – The Falcon in Marlboro (Best Live Music Joint) and Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock (Best Indoor Venue for Concerts and Plays).

From Widows & Widowers: The British magazine features an interview with Amy Biancolli, author and Times Union arts writer.

From WMHT-TV: An oldie but a goodie: Musician Caroline “MotherJudge” Isachsen chats about Greater Nippertown’s music scene with WMHT President Robert Altman.

From All Over Albany: The line-up has been announced for this year’s TEDxAlbany, which takes place on Thursday, December 1 at Overit in Albany.

From The Times Union: Pete Pietrykowski takes home top honors in the Best Letter to the Editor competition…

From The Lumberyard: Katie Rook’s profile of Frank Cuthbert – singer-songwriter, art gallery owner and a full-time booster for the city of Catskill.

From Forward: Seth Rogovoy reveals “The Secret Jewish History of ABBA.”

From Adirondack Life: Will Doolittle makes the Stony Creek Inn sound more friendly and welcoming than Cheers ever was…

From All Over Albany: Julie Madsen serves up a round-up of “Odd Museums and Roadside Attractions”… including the Frog Circus in Holyoke.

From Wired: Margaret Rhodes writes about “Alternative Love Blueprint: A History of Alternative Music,” a detailed chart/poster from Dorothy Studios that traces the history of counter-culture rock music.

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