Locals to hold Vigil for Sandy Hook; Tang issues book on first 15 years; Longtime local musician brings ukelele & guitars to the stage

Billed as a Moms and Survivors walk, a vigil to commemorate the third anniversary of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary will be staged 1 p.m. Saturday at the corner of Meditation Way and Ho Hum Lane – just west of the Northway and south of the McGregor Country Club. Organizers ask those attending wear orange.  

Everything is Connected, a new book chronicling the first 15 years of the Tang Museum

The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College has released a large-size hardcover book - Everything is Connected - which documents the museum’s first 15 tears. The book includes a foreword by Skidmore College President Philip Glotzbach, an introduction by Tang Dayton Director Ian Berry, and an archive of exhibitions, publications, and major events.

Everything is Connected, published by the Tang, was designed by Barbara Glauber and Kellie Konapelsky of Heavy Meta in New York City, and authored by Barbara Kahn Moller Class of '78. The 208-page book retails for $35 and is available at the museum, located on the campus of Skidmore College, or online here: https://tang.skidmore.edu/publications/products/everything-is-connected

 

You may know Pete Pashoukas for his work at Saratoga Guitar, or for his years performing on local stages with musician George Fletcher. These days, the guitar-strumming ukulele-picking Pashoukas has teamed with singer Emily Pick as the duet In Spite of Ourselves –presumably named after the John Prine song (of which they do truth to cover). Check out the video below, then check them out at The Pig N' Whistle in Burnt Hills tonight, the Cantina in Saratoga Springs on Dec. 17, and Carney’s Tavern on Ballston Lake on New Year’s Eve. The website is here: website: https://www.facebook.com/saratogaduo/.