Tickets & Events in Pine Hills, Albany


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  • Madison Theatre
    Since first enchanting moviegoers with a screening of The Desert Song on May 30, 1929, Madison Theater continues to treat attendees to the latest cinematic offerings. Designed by acclaimed American theater architect Thomas White Lamb, Madison Theater remained a single-screen establishment until 1994, and now projects motion pictures on seven screens, playing Hollywood features alongside films from local and independent moviemakers. As cinematic stories unfold before their eyes, visitors can scarf down handfuls of daily made, cholesterol- and trans-fat-free popcorn. Snackers seeking richer treats can request kernels slathered in canola oil or drenched in a soy-based buttery topping, which concessions employees also insert in the middle of the corn for lasting buttery taste and protection from the beaks of butter-syphoning hawks.
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    1040 Madison Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Tech 9 Music
    The bloggers and promoters of Gotham Rocks care as much about building community as they do about throwing hard-rocking shows. Scouting talent from the five boroughs and beyond, the agency has assembled a duet of like-minded acts designed to bring a burgeoning scene together for the Gotham Rocks tour. The two-fisted tonsils of Angelina DelCarmen endow Charetta's rock angst with brassy vocal lines that could easily lead any pop-radio hit or all the town's children into the nearest Hot Topic. From selling out New York?s esteemed Irving Plaza to opening for bands such as Saliva, Charetta?s rising star burns bright as the band approaches its five-year anniversary. Feisty, fun, and heavy, Ghosts of Eden keeps the '90s alive with grungy nods to the Smashing Pumpkins and Pearl Jam.
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    297 Ontario Street
    Albany, NY US
  • Hudson River Coffee House
    One of the highest-rated restaurants in Albany, Hudson River Coffee House offers a familiar atmosphere with a flavorful menu that features coffee. It's a favorite spot for visitors looking for great food. Though the prices are considered to be lower than average, you aren't going to sacrifice any quality. If you want to surf the web or knock some work out, feel free to connect your device to the complimentary WiFi. A good option in Pine Hills, Hudson River Coffee House definitely won't leave you disappointed. The restaurant is easily reachable via public transit, and visitors who drive can park nearby on the street. Prefer to pedal there? Bike parking is also provided.
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    227 Quail Street
    Albany, NY US
  • Paulys Hotel
    Indulge in a wide array of American dishes at Paulys Hotel. Paulys Hotel is crafting dishes with only the best ingredients. Come hungry and leave happy. Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — Paulys Hotel offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond. Convenient street parking is easy to find outside Paulys Hotel. A visit to Paulys Hotel will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule.
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    337 Central Ave
    Albany, NY US
  • Marketing Inspirations
    Menopause the Musical has painted a vivid, rib-tickling portrait of four women confronting the troubles of middle age for audiences in hundreds of cities all over the world. The show tells the story of four strangers, meeting by chance at a department-store lingerie sale, who begin to commiserate on the travails of menopause, including hot flashes, mood swings, and spontaneously breaking out in song-and-dance routines. Parodying a suite of hits from the '60s, '70s, and '80s, the musical's jaunty tunes encourage dialogue about women's health while eliciting copious chortles of recognition from guests.
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    Empire State Plaza
    Albany, NY US
  • The Egg
    It doesn’t look like a venue where people gather for concerts and Broadway musicals. From far away, it hardly seems habitable at all. The Egg looks a sculpture—the kind museums guard behind velvet ropes—but inside the yolk, supported by a concrete-beam girdle and a stem that roots it six stories into the earth, deep into the mole-people's living rooms, lay two amphitheaters: the Lewis A. Swyer Theatre and the Kitty Carlisle Hart Theatre. Designed by the esteemed architectural firm Harrison and Abramovitz, whose other marvels include the Corning Museum of Glass, The Egg represents the completion of the Empire State Plaza project, which fulfilled Nelson Rockefeller’s dreams of turning skylines into sculptures.
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    Empire State Plz
    Albany, NY US

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