Gregory, CPCU, is a local marketing representative for NYCM Insurance, a property and casualty insurance company serving residents of New York State.
By: Lauren Halligan
Were you Seen at the 5th annual FUSION ‘anti-gala’ fundraiser presented by Albany Barn, together with the Albany Chefs’ Food & Wine Festival, at the Barn in Albany on Friday, October 14, 2016?
By: Joe Putrock
In the midst of Albany’s music, theatre, and art lies the Albany Barn — a creative arts incubator that has been fostering art and encouraging renovation in the community for a decade. As a celebration of its 10-year anniversary, the Barn’s annual Fusion event will serve as a “less-than-formal” party that will encapsulate the Barn’s values of creativity, unity, and vibrancy.
By: Sarah Hladik
The Albany Barn is celebrating ten years as the city’s local creative arts incubator, and to do it properly, it’s inviting the public to another annual “anti-gala” party, Friday, Oct. 14.
By: Michael Hallisey
Albany Barn is holding an awesome fundraiser as they pair up with the Albany Chefs Food & Wine Festival. Get ready for a custom menu designed by Chef Michelle Hines Abram, wine and craft beverage pairings, delectable coffee and desserts, live art installations, and more.
By: Erin Nudi
The Albany Barn is a non-profit community arts center and is about to hold a delicious fundraiser. Kristen Holler and Michelle Hines Abram Thibeault stopped by NewsChannel 13 to talk about the 5th annual Anti-Fusion Gala.
By: Kelly Lynch
Marcella’s Appliance Center, the family-owned appliance store headquartered in Schenectady, has opened a second location in Clifton Park.
By: Stephen Williams
The Cannabis and Hemp Association has opened a chapter upstate. Billing itself as New York City’s leading voice for cannabis and hemp advocacy and industry, the group met last week to discuss the current state of the medical marijuana industry and its future possibilities.
By: Dave Lucas
Marcella’s Appliance Center, based in Schenectady for almost 70 years, has now opened a second store in Clifton Park.
By: Tim O’Brien
Specifically, they’re in the Live Room at Overit Studios, the audio/video production component of an Albany-based creative agency headquartered in a converted Spanish Mission-style church. With 28-foot ceilings allowing for optimal acoustics, David Bodie, music director for School of Rock Albany, is thrilled.
By: Tony Pallone
The Alt, a new alt media company set to launch in mid-November, has announced its leadership team.
Two people with roots at the former Metroland alternative weekly have been chosen to oversee The Alt, a new weekly publication being launched by The Daily Gazette, Proctors, and Overit, a public relations shop in Albany.
By: Brian Nearing
The Albany Barn is about to mark its 10th anniversary. Located in the former St. Joseph’s Academy in the Arbor Hill neighborhood, the Albany Barn is a creative space for artists both young and old, those who are advanced and those just starting out. Kristen Holler is the executive director.
By: Brian Shields
Marcella’s Appliance Center, a family-owned business that has been in Schenectady, New York for more than 60 years, has opened a second store in suburban Clifton Park.
By: Michael DeMasi
This one is a home run. As a description of a campaign or press release, the phrase is overused, says Alison Krawczyk, director of public relations at Overit.
By: Russell Working
TEDxAlbany — the local, independently-organized version of the TED talks series — is set to return to Overit in Albany December 1.
By: Greg Dahlmann
Understanding whether or not you’re achieving these goals and how you can improve can only come from the perspective of your customers. This is why surveying your client base is incredibly important. Conducting a survey can give you an accurate measurement of how your customers feel, and shows them that you value their feedback.
By: Ian Landsman
The Problem Gambling Training Partnership conference kicked off Thursday morning. About 150 people filled the theater Thursday morning to learn about New York state’s legislation and regulations on casinos, as well as background on the concept of problem gambling.
By: Brett Samuels
Students returned Tuesday to the classrooms of Green Tech High Charter School in Albany. There are your typical classes of Math, Science, and English but one of its most important courses is business.
By: Jon Dougherty
Jaime Costello is the director of training, prevention, and special programs with the New York Council on Problem Gambling, which serves as the administrative body for the NY Problem Gambling Training Partnership.
By: Lauren Halligan