Plattsburgh Brewing Company releases Oh!Betty’s, a new award-winning brew. The IPA's namesake is the band Oh!Betty, winner of the company's 2014 music battle.
This weekend's concert by indie folk duo the Whispering Tree will be a stripped down intimate affair, says the band. "I hope people will walk away feeling moved in some way.”
Hip hop may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about the Plattsburgh music scene, but on Thursday, March 26, live hip hop music will be taking over downtown.
How can you change the world?, a lesson in peace and diversity, will take place Jan. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Imaginarium Children’s Museum of the North Country, a lesson in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The Elizabethtown Social Center, in conjunction with North Wind Tours, presents a trip to see the Broadway production of the Tony award winning musical, Pippin, at Proctors Theater in Schenectady Sunday, May 31.
The Gibson Brothers will perform Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. in the Giltz Auditorium in Hawkins Hall.
The Lake Champlain International Film Festival will make its way to Plattsburgh with a variety of films for everyone to see.
For fans of Gordie Little’s children’s books, good news is on the way. Little recently discovered a manuscript, which had been lost for over a decade.
For many soldiers, war doesn’t end just because your plane has touched down on home ground.
The Strand Center for the Arts is collecting information from SUNY Plattsburgh students to improve the types of classes and events it hosts at its theater and center.
Traveling musicians Sama and Patrick Callan will be making their return to Plattsburgh as part of their two month long tour.
The Adirondack Shakespeare company may be small, they may be young, but as Shakespeare writes in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, “Though she be but little, she is fierce!” This fully-professional acting company celebrates their fifth season this year and is bringing back a fall tour for the second year in a row.
Friday evening, the Strand Center for the Arts and the Adirondack Coast Visitors Bureau unveiled the winner of the fourth round in its Adirondack Coast ARTWays Project; “Battle of Plattsburgh Bicentennial.”
Come one and come all, family and friends, children and elders, to the Shrine Circus. “We have been using this particular circus for about four years,” said Barry Trasacco, circus chairman. “It’s a good family circus.”
Co-Op Theatre East (COTE), the New York-based theatre ensemble, will begin a series of theater activities in the North Country in August.