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Arts

Gallery 46 brings Adirondack art to New York City

LAKE PLACID — The Lake Placid Center for the Arts is excited to announce that Gallery 46 has been chosen as one of 35 galleries exhibiting at the Affordable Art Fair NYC from May 20 to 23 in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. The Affordable Art Fair NYC is a sales event held around the ...

Upper Jay Arts Center launches artist residency program

UPPER JAY — Artist and writer Caitlin Scholl, who grew up in this hamlet, has spent years thinking about ways to launch an artist residency program at the Upper Jay Art Center. The art center and its artistic director, Scott Renderer, have given countless artists the space to hone their ...

LPCA theater reopens for Manhattan Short Film Fest

LAKE PLACID — With New York now letting upstate movie houses reopen, the Lake Placid Center for the Arts will reopen its theater to present the Manhattan Short Film Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 24 and 25, at 7 p.m. The LPCA theater will have a limited capacity of 50 people per ...

Governor lets movie houses reopen, with rules

If all your dreams seem to take place in movie theaters, punctuated by trailers and the sound of crunching popcorn, there’s finally some good news. On Saturday, Oct. 17, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that movie theaters outside of New York City can reopen on Friday. Unsurprisingly, there ...

A recipe for murder

LAKE PLACID — Readers may not recognize any people or places when reading “The Bartender’s Guide to Murder” books, but they will find the familiar spirit of this village on every page of Sharon Linnea’s first of three novels in the series, “Death in Tranquility.” The village ...