We're not sure what's more offensive: the fact that Conde Nast named our beloved city the seventh "unfriendliest city" in America or that in the description the mega media giant wrote that "Albany is probably better known as a through-station than a tourist destination."
Richard Marowitz, a Jewish American soldier who served in WWII has died. Richard was 88.
Mr. Marowitz, a longtime Colonie resident, was just 19 in 1945 when his troop was tasked with searching Adolf Hitler's apartment just days after they helped liberate Dachau, one the Nazis' notorious death camps
We heard her say she went to an "amusement park in a parking lot" "next to a Subway" while she was on stage at SPAC last Sunday while opening for Rascal Flatts, but no one could officially confirm that Sheryl Crow was indeed talking about Hoffman's Playland until
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