Woody Harrelson, the star of the HBO's upcoming five-part Watergate series, "The White House Plumbers," wasn't scheduled to be filmed during day #1 of the downtown Albany shoot on Tuesday, but he dropped by on bike anyway.
It's pretty awesome to see big stars like Harrelson and Justin Theroux in the state capital, and even better if you're able to get down there to catch a glimpse of th
You can make the argument that no one man has been more visible, questioned, outspoken and even controversial in the past year of the pandemic than the man widely considered to be the foremost expert. on infectious diseases.
Dr. Anthony Fauci has been the masked face behind the pandemic and CDC guidelines for over a year now, but on May 21st he'll be the face of the RPI Commencement ceremony ac
Have you detected anything different about radio or television car ads in the last few months?
Billy Fuccillo aka "Mr. Huuuuge" has been noticeably absent from local television and radio commercials for some time, and some have begun to wonder what his absence means...
When it's hard to make sense of the world especially to our children, we can always turn to Sesame Street. Now our favorite muppets have teamed up with CNN for a special called "Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism".
With all of our routines up in the air, Sesame Street is hoping to help moms and dads at bedtime. There is a special new show that will help kids get into a bedtime routine full of fun and laughs with their favorite characters.
Many of us in the Capital Region turned on American Idol at 8pm hoping for an exciting and proud night for our area. Shortly after 8pm, reality set in on one of America's most popular reality shows. 21-year-old Julia Gargano, the Staten Island native and St. Rose singer/songwriter was the casualty of the first wave of Idol chops that sent her and one other contestant home early, leaving 5 to co
The true heroes of the coronavirus pandemic are the front line healthcare workers and many companies are taking notice and taking care of those special people. Another company, this time an airline, wants to give healthcare workers free flights.
The 6 re-scheduled shows starring comedian Sebastian Maniscalco have officially been canceled according to the Palace Threatre in Albany. I was notified via email sent to me from Ticketmaster last evening. In the email, they explained that full refunds can be expected in "as soon as 30 days".