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IN ALBANY

 

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IN ALBANY

WHAT'S NEW IN ALBANY
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Downtown Albany's new, $78-million glass-fronted convention center, Albany Capital Center, offers dining, sporting and performance spaces.




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The original bowling lanes at Lucky Strike Social offer chef-driven food, craft beverages, gaming and live performances.




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The Albany Center Gallery is a brand-new exhibition space showing cutting-edge work from regional artists.





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The Palace Performing Arts Center, Albany's sole surviving theater built during the Depression, offers music, culture and classic films. 



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Nine Pin Cider, the state's first farm cidery, serves brews made from Capital Region and Hudson Valley apples.




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History lovers can visit Fort Crailo to learn about Colonial Dutch life in the region through guided museum tours and programs.




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The 29th annual music festival, Alive at Five, June 9-August 4 at Jenning's Landing, has live music, food and drinks.




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Downtown Troy provides ample opportunities to explore, shop and dine in a dynamic, growing, sustainable community and historic district.




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The USS Slater, the only remaining WWII American destroyer escort afloat, is now a floating museum moored in Albany.



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The Tri-City Valley Cats celebratd their 15th anniversary at the minor league Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy. The Valley Cats hosted 38 regular season home games as they defended a streak of four straight Stedler Division titles.



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The Albany Symphony is a Grammy Award-winning, full-size professional orchestra that performs in Albany and Troy. The 2016-17 season will feature world famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma, Beethoven's 9th Symphony, a weekend of Mozart and Bach and more.


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Dutch Apple Cruises | Albany Rensselaer | New York By Rail
 

Dutch Apple Cruises provide narrated tours on the Hudson River and through the Troy lock. The 2016 tour season begins April 30 and will feature special cruises on Mother's day and the Fourth of July.



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The Capital Repertory Theatre is an award-winning professional theater in the heart of downtown Albany. Its 36th season will include A Night with Janis Joplin, Outside Mullingar, Camelot, Reluctant Wingman, an Iliad, and Beautiful—The Carole King Musical.



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Druthers Brewery | Albany Rensselaer | New York By Rail
 

Druthers Brewing Co. has opened its second location, this time in a 1901 Albany warehouse building. This 18,000 square foot, 30 barrel brewery and brewpub produces more than ten different hand-crafted beers on premise.



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The Empire State Plaza Ice Rink gives you the chance to skate in front of the Capitol from December through early March. Admission is free; just rent skates or bring your own.



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The Crailo State Historic Site tells the story of Colonial Dutch life in the Hudson Valley through guided museum tours and programs. The exhibit A Dishonorable Trade tells the story of the Dutch slave trade in Albany. Tours begin May 11.



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At the New York State Museum, science, anthropology, education and art exhibits tell the story of the state's cultural and natural history. Popular displays include the World Trade Center, Birds of New York and the operational 1912 Herschell-Spillman carousel.


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Built by hand, the New York State Capitol, has been the state's government seat since the 1890s. It houses the NYS Legislature, Hall of Governors and state history exhibits. Tours are offered Monday—Friday, and now on the second Saturday of each month.


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For 17 years, the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market has taken place every Saturday, year round – in the Troy Atrium during the winter, and on River Street May through October. More than 70 local food growers, bakers, chefs and artisans offer fresh goods.


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For the City of Troy Bicentennial, several events will celebrate the "Collar City," nicknamed for its historic shirt collar factories. Among these, the Rensselaer County Historical Society presents an exhibit, Visions of Troy: 200 Years a City.



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Established in 1791, the Albany Institute of History and Art, has among its collections of art and artifacts from the 17th century to present day, two current exhibits: "Masterworks: 225 Years of Collecting" and "Abraham Lincoln: The Albany Connections."



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A National Historic Landmark, the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall presents orchestra, jazz, comedy shows and more. Formerly a bank building, it has excellent acoustics, a hand-crank chandelier, and an 1882 organ.



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