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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - SUSTAINING THIS PLACE

Food For Thought is a monthly evening of food, film and discussion with a focus on films of social, political, environmental and community interest. Held on the third Thursday of each month, the night will feature food samples by Honest Weight Food Co-op, a feature film screening, and an open panel discussion.

Additional support for this month film provided by Community Loan Fund of the Capital Region

This Months Film: SUSTAINING THIS PLACE, CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES

Something special is happening in the Hudson River region of New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, and Connecticut. Sustainability entrepreneurs of all stripes are infusing this place with a new meaning through actions as diverse as closing streets to traffic, constructing rooftop gardens thirty-five floors above the sidewalk, raising chickens and microgreens in the heart of New York's capital, and creating a small army of citizen scientists.

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Coming Up

THE AMERICAN ROOTS SERIES AT THE LINDA PRESENTS: PETER CASE
Sat, Sep 12 - 8:00 pm
$18.00
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - SUSTAINING THIS PLACE
Thu, Sep 17 - 7:00 pm
$8.00
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ANTJE DUVEKOT
Fri, Sep 18 - 8:00 pm
$18.00
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WOMEN WITH VOICES PRESENTS – MEET THE EXES
Sat, Sep 19 - 6:00 pm
$25.00
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Full Schedule

The Latest News

Mon, Feb 9, 2015 - Area bands celebrate indie music, WEXT

ALBANY -- Holly Taormina shouted into the mic halfway through her 30-minute set, "If you want something done, you got to do it yourself." Perhaps that was the theme of the Indie Fest show Saturday night at the Linda, a fundraiser for WEXT radio and the Columbia Arts Team. Read More

Fri, Jan 17, 2014 - LIVE: Guy Davis @ WAMC-FM’s The Linda, 1/17/14

Guy Davis prefaced his lightning-fast opening number at The Linda by saying, "I've stolen so much, this song doesn't even have a title!" And even if he hadn't name-checked Charlie Patton and Blind Willie McTell after it was all over, the SRO crowd could easily hear about 100 years of the blues coursing through Davis' acoustic 12-string guitar, right down to the off-time beat that recalled Robert Johnson's original version of "Crossroads." But as Davis says he tells his students, "It's okay to steal music - but once you steal it, you have to earn it!" Read More

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