Writing

Welcome back to the topic of the month, from a man facing reality, and yet I feel while you may not identify with the topic now, you will, sooner or later. And frankly, it sucks. This issue, we focus on two parts of my name, cranky and old. As I mentioned earlier, I have been […]

We join author Heather Bell, who’s book, Regret or Something More Animal, is out in stores now from CLASH Books. RRX: I’m a fiction writer by trade, which means I spend my time trying to put emotions, including pain, into a life. But I’ve recently had time to write about something painful in my life. […]

Celeste Plowden has such a way about her writing style that you are often left wondering if she herself actually had experienced what she writes about; even if it defies what we assume to be impossible. RRX: Many may know you as an artist and I know you can sing too but today we are […]

Writing is the evil twin of music. Well, maybe not evil, but there isn’t a word that readily comes to this writer’s mind for the relationship. Maybe Yin-Yang? Lovers? Each borrows from the other, and each feeds into the other. But the world of musicians, bands, and venues is much different than that of writers, […]

Well, here it is: the one-and-only, no phony-baloney, sure-fire way to keep you glued to the pixels of your favorite media consumption device – it’s the June 2020 issue of Xperience, Digital Edition. Xperience June 2020 – Digital Edition

Feature 1. While living at Project One, we met some of the most interesting and eccentric people I had ever known.  First, there were the folks living in the mini-commune known as “The Estates” where we stayed.  Fred was a metal worker/engineer and was currently building an airplane from found parts in his large basement […]

Xperience April 2020 Issue 2Hey folks. This is our first digital-only publication, and so it only makes sense to call it the Pandemic Edition, because without our pesky little friend, this would be so much ink on paper. This is an incredible issue, and we hope that you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed […]

Community, opportunity, and the chance to hear the next big thing before it breaks… open mics are often the first stop for musicians needing a place to get their sea legs. Learning how to feel comfortable with your stage presence and interact with an audience is one reason why open mics are beneficial to musicians […]

Xperience Monthly – March 2019 (PDF) The Ale House the Hanger on the Hudson Collar city tattoo Ryan’s Wake Dinosaur barbecue Spill the beans Muddaddy Flats The Daily Grind (Troy) Nighthawks McAddy’s Pub River Street Beat Shop the Ruck Carmen’s Cafe -South Troy Valente’s pub Wynantskill beverage center   Other locations Professor Java’s -Colonie Diner […]


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