A local author explores the experiences of those who surrender to their character flaws in a new collection of short stories. Damon Stewart’s “Interesting Tales of Other People’s Woe” (162 pages) presents 12 stories written over the span of 15 years, some previously published in various literary magazines.
The Scottish spirits will haunt and flow in Brown’s Malt Room this Thursday night. Troy author Duncan Crary will spin a candle-lit account of the legend of Major Duncan Campbell of the Black Watch, a Scottish highlander who met his eerie fate during the failed British attack on Fort Carillon (Ticonderoga) in July 1758.
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Sequence Development is holding an open house this Friday at 4 p.m. at 9 First Street as the project is nearing completion. As part of the celebration it will announce its first floor tenant -- a nationally acclaimed outfit opening its first restaurant in an historic rehabbed building in downtown Troy.
Troy Civic Theatre Co. will round out its 2014 season with Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing," premiering in Barker Park this July 11, and the regional premiere of "Evil Dead, The Musical" this October.