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Park Theater’s new chief

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Meet Peter Hughes — the Park Theater’s new operating director, who took the helm on January 7.

Mr. Hughes, 40, was born in Schenectady, lives in Colonie, was a theater major at SUNY Buffalo and spent more than 22 years working for Proctors theater in Schenectady, marketing Proctors’ growing stable of venues like Capital Repertory theatre in Albany, high-end touring Broadway shows and helping …

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Our January 17 issue

Health & Fitness Quarterly issue | Mikado has buzz. Park Theater’s new chief. Apartments for homeless planned. Warren County debates changing sales tax distribution. Dinosaur park at former Magic Kingdom. VA Clinic to double size at 101 Ridge Street. Bodies by Billy, DeAmes still champion body builder at 64. Dr. Serlin’s home on Lake George for sale. Mark in Medellin. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best

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Our January 10 issue

Wedding issue | BIG 2019 Event Guide. Wedding trends. Glens Falls real estate is buzzing. Ron Conover wins 3rd term as Warren County Board chair. . Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Meet Albert Lee, ‘Greatest Guitar’

By Jason Irwin

When you are pegged “The greatest guitar player in the world” by someone like Eric Clapton, you must be pretty darn good.

English musician Albert Lee is well-known for his work as a live and session guitarist for artists including The Crickets, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jackson Browne, Eric Clapton, Joe Cocker, Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash and Bill Wyman.

Mr. Lee also organized the Everly Brothers’ famous reunion …

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Total redo of a Glens Falls classic

Chris Patten, 34, buys & remakes 274 Glen

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“When I was in college, I heard that more millionaires are made in real estate than any other line of work,” says 34-year-old South Glens Falls native Chris Patten. “One of my instructors, J. Buckley Bryan, Jr., said it, and it inspired me.” The college was Adirondack Community, now SUNY Adirondack, and Mr. Patten took Mr. …

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