Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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GF Symphony: Music of Ballet

The Glens Falls Symphony continues its “Season of Dance” with a program called “Ballet Grace,” on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 4 p.m. in the Glens Falls High School Auditorium.

Tix: $25-$36, $10 student with ID.

Season tickets can also be purchased for this and remaining concerts of the 2019-2020 season.

Box office: 793-1348 or

Sunday’s celebration of dance “brings the unmatchable beauty” of Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s ballet music to the …

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Meet Sunday’s Chronicle Book Fair authors

Quick bios & info for 100+ presenters

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: We’re overwhelmed by how many fascinating authors and other presenters are signed up for this year’s 24th annual Glens Falls Chronicle Book Fair.

It’s Sunday, Nov. 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls. We’ll have author displays, book talks, children’s activities, and so much more.

Admission is free!

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Author talks & more at the Chronicle Book Fair, Sunday!

In the Warren Room

Carl Heilman Adirondack Slide Show — 11 a.m.-noon: Multi-media program by the Adirondack photographer showcases favorite places in the Adirondacks, scenes from the Blue Ridge Mountains, and time-lapse excerpts from his 12-month shoot of Giant Mountain.

Molly McMaster Morgoslepov— Noon-1 p.m.: Twenty years after she was diagnosed with colon cancer at 23, Molly has published a memoir about her experience, including her crazy, sexy, funny …

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Hudson Falls in full-scale glory!

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

There are moments when I absolutely have to be in the room. Saturday night was one of those times.

Two hometown guys who’ve made it large were performing in celebration of the Strand Theater, newly revived and the best, most hopeful thing that’s happened in Hudson Falls in a long time.

Tony DeSare, performing in his hometown “for the first time since high school,” told …

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Mark Scialabba in key job with Washington Nationals, at World Series

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

“It’s been a wild ride,” says Mark Scialabbra, the 1998 Queensbury High School graduate who is Director of Player Development for the Washington Nationals, who are now playing the Houston Astros in the World Series.

“It’s pretty amazing what the players have accomplished. They are playing for one another. It’s a testament to their talent and leadership. And it’s been fun to watch.”

Scialabba …

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