Former Miami Heat Head Coach Pat Riley (center), standing next to player Shaquille O'Neal (with ball), at the White House ceremony following the team's 2006 NBA championship. That's former president George W. Bush at the podium. (Eric Draper)

28 NBA Basketball Stars With Ties to the Capital Region

Learn about the best-of-the-best ballers in town—and how to collect them, too.

As you’ve learned in our baseball and football lists, there…

The Saratoga Book Festival will be headquartered at the Saratoga Springs Public Library, but events will take place at multiple venues around the city.

First Annual Saratoga Book Festival Coming to the Spa City October 15-17

The city-wide event will be highlighted by keynote speakers Russell Banks and Joyce Carol Oates.

Saratoga Springs has long been a destination for celebrated authors,…

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Zac Brown Band had to cancel their annual SPAC show due to frontman Zac Brown (center with bird) testing positive for COVID. (Diego Pernía)

Zac Brown Band Frontman Tests Positive for COVID, Cancels SPAC Show

The band, which has been a late-season mainstay at the Saratoga venue, will be offering refunds for all tickets.

The Zac Brown Band (ZBB) was a late-season mainstay at…

Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen's debut (at left) and final album.

George Frayne, Country Rock’s ‘Commander Cody,’ Dead at 77

Frayne, who lived in Saratoga for decades, fronted early country rock band Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen.

It’s time to dust off that old turntable, drop the…

Lucy's Bar is located at 5 Caroline Street, where Whole Harvest used to be.

Whole Harvest Co-Owner Opening Lucy’s Bar on Caroline Street (Exclusive)

Kelsey Whalen, along with business partners Lucy Macias and Zach VanEarden, will be opening Lucy's Bar on September 22.

Caroline Street is about to get a little boozier—with a…


Kosovo native Pajtim Osmanaj, posing with his work, entitled 'Falling Stars.' Osmanaj has a solo exhibition on display at Trotter & Sholer gallery in the Lower East Side through October 2.

Trotter & Sholer Gallery in NYC Presents Artist Pajtim Osmanaj’s ‘The Story of the Evolution of a Falling Star’

Amtrak it down to the Big Apple to catch Osmanaj's exciting new solo art exhibition, which runs through October 2.

When our New York City art correspondent Nicole Ianniello last checked in at the end of August, she had just met up with and interviewed emerging Brooklyn artist Charles Shedden. This time…

A 1941 Packard 120 Woody, which will be one of the featured items at this year's Saratoga Motorcar Auction. (Saratoga Automobile Museum)

2021 Saratoga Motorcar Auction Taking Place This Weekend in SPAC’s West Lot

The auction, which is in its fifth year, will run September 24–25, with a special auction preview on the 23rd.

After a successful but socially distanced 2020 Saratoga Motorcar Auction, the Saratoga Automobile Museum (SAM) will be returning with the fifth installment of its popular annual fundraising event this weekend, September 24–25.…

Death Wish Coffee has launched a limited-run Pumpkin Chai Coffee flavor.

Death Wish Coffee Pumps Up Fall Season With Pumpkin Chai Product (Updated)

Stop the presses! The Saratoga-based coffee brand has entered the hottest cool-weather coffee market for a limited time only.

You might have noticed that the powers that be behind America’s food brands are making pumpkin spice everything these days. There’s pumpkin spice Bailey’s and Bud Light Seltzer, pumpkin spice KitKat bars,…

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