Other Voices, Other Rooms…

From Diary of Amy Rigby: Sublime singer-songwriter Amy Rigby writes about Bob Dylan in concert at Kingston’s new Hutton Brickyards last month…

From On and Off the Shelves: Scott Jarzombek interviews the Albany Public Library’s new Head of Central Branches, Sarah Clark, who you may also know as the bassist in Charmboy, Victory Soul Orchestra and Kimono Dragons.

From Toronto International Film Festival: Director of the award-winning film “As You Are” and Albany native Miles Joris-Peyrafitte writes about the influence of his Bard College professor, “Kelly Reichardt Was My Film Professor.”

From Billboard: Marjua Estevez runs down a list of “11 Songs of Protest & Resistance by Latino Artists,” including “No Es Mi Presidente” by Albany’s own Taina Asili.

From Inhabitat: An utterly unique, one-of-a-kind house near Woodstock – designed by Muppet set designer John Khan, is now on sale with an asking price of $1,200,000.

From The Times Union: Lisa Rathke’s “Hundreds of books owned by Warren Zevon to be sold”

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