Inspired by the vast musical culture of New Orleans, this year’s “Brooklyn Comes Alive” will be held on March 21 at one of New York City’s most popular venues, Avant Gardner. Fusing the musical talent of Brooklyn’s neighborhoods and the idea of live improvisation and collaboration from music…
This Week's Circulars
GILBERTSVILLE - Patricia R. Dunham, 88, of Gilbertsville, passed away at Valley View Nursing Home in Norwich, on Monday, May 25, 2020, where she received comforting care for 19 days. Patricia was born on June 14, 1931, in Norwich, the daughter of John R. and Marion Harding White. She graduat…
TEMPERANCE, Mich. - Russell, who died on Aug. 5, 2019, was born in Temperance, Michigan, where he lived his entire life. He was the son of Sylvester (Bill) Eldred, from Morris, and Olive Hughes from Toledo, Ohio. He never married. Mechanically inclined, like his dad, his passion was the rest…
ROXBURY - Michael Sheehan, 72, of Roxbury, passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020, at Health Alliance Hospital in Kingston. He was born in Long Island City, son of the late Michael and Marie (Feurerhan) Sheehan. He grew up in Queens. He was a graduate of Brooklyn Law School and after moving to …
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Memorial Day weekend is naturally looked forward to by all as the start of summer, and to festival-goers, the official start of the summer music festival season. Lucky for us, we don’t have to go far, as the East Coast’s premier music and arts festival is practically a stone’s throw away.
Just hold on loosely and don’t miss out on 38 Special. The group will rock out at the Sixth Ward Booster Club in Oneonta on May 30. Country stars Jackson Michelson and Dylan Schneider will also perform at the concert to help benefit the Oneonta Family YMCA. This is the second half of the org…
Spring is in the air, as the weather blossoms and outdoor fun fills our minds, it’s time to shake the winter blues at Mountain Jam once more! This year’s lineup is oozing talent – Beck, Wilco, The Avett Brothers, Gov’t Mule, Umphrey’s McGee, Train playing Led Zeppelin II, Thievery Corporatio…
From rockin' to refined, there are a host of ways to ring in the new year at local night spots. Here are just a few of the events planned in the area for New Year's Eve:
Live music and family-friendly activities will take center stage on Friday, Oct. 30, during the Monster Mash Bash dance and concert at the Castle on the Delaware in Walton.
Columnist Chad Ritchko took in the Catskill Chill Festival's "Farewell to Minglewood" in Hancock on Sept. 18-20. Here are his impressions:
Can't make it to Mountain Jam this weekend? Tune in to the live stream at https://tourpedo.com/shows/mountain-jam-entire-festival-pass , where your donations will help fight youth cancer.
The tenth annual Mountain Jam returns to the Hunter Mountain overlooking the majestic Catskill Mountains this June 4-7! Wake up with fellow festivalgoers on the side of the mountain or in one of the many indoor accommodations offered, while witnessing the likes of The Black Keys, Robert Plan…
The road to Mysteryland is like a fabled journey, it’s a road paved in gold that is as elusive as El Dorado. At the end, it’s equivalent to reaching Oz, without the disappointing stout little man behind the scenes. Instead, this team creates the real beast.
ONEONTA — Brewery Ommegang and America On Tap partnered to bring the second annual Snommegang Invitational Beer Festival to downtown Oneonta on Saturday. Under a cloudless blue sky, beer enthusiasts gathered in three tasting tents set up on Main Street, where breweries from across America sh…
I read the other day that Valentine's Day is like the coconut of holidays: you either love it, or you hate it. So here are a couple of events to please both sides of the V-Day divide.
FLOODWOOD: “A picking party on steroids” is how guitarist and vocalist Al Schnier described the sound of Floodwood, a progressive string music supergroup coming to the Oneonta Theatre.
We here at the O-Town Scene love it when people send in details about interesting upcoming events. But we also love trawling Facebook (on company time! What a life) to find out about events we might not otherwise have discovered. You can follow us on Facebook to keep up with what’s going on;…
OK, so it's cold and miserable. Time to put on your big-girl pants and get out there and do something. Dance, sing, strut your stuff on stage! Show the world what you're made of! Don't let a little -40 wind chill stand in the way of these fine opportunities for self-expression:
It's all about the holidays (and let's be honest, we really mean Christmas) this week. So if you're feeling a little Grinchy and you want to be more Mary Lou Who, check out these holly jolly events:
With skies hued an appropriately blue-jean blue, this past Saturday in Oneonta marked the town’s first ever rodeo. The event, a fundraiser for the Outlaws, opened with a mounted rider holding on high the American flag, circling the custom built ring while the hearty crowd stood on its boot-c…
As the sun began its descent on the balmy, distinctly autumnal-feeling evening of Sept. 25, a small smattering of local people began filtering steadily into Oneonta’s newest nightery, Roots Brewing Company, to listen to a few stories. The charmingly trendy, hole-in-the-wall Main Street local…