Jersey Shore Season 6 to be Filmed in Lake George

The Examiner is reporting, no sources whatsoever, typos and all, that the next Jersey Shore season will be filmed in Lake George June 2nd to August 31st.

What do you think? Are they ‘blogging 4 hits’? Is this even blogable?
Is this an early ‘April Fools’ joke? Did they ‘get you’?
We’re they attracted to LG because of their splatter t-shirts?
Is Jersey Shore ‘totes over’?
Will there be enough ‘new poon’ for them to ‘tear thru’?
Will you try to ‘smush’ Pauly D?
Will you babysit mini-Snooki?
Will you be mad if Snooki wins the MegaMillions?

UPDATE: A nice commenter man leaves us with some insight:

Monday is April Fool’s day. The source publication, The Glens Falls Chronicle, usually posts an “April Fool’s Story” in the issue preceding April 1.

Has this been ‘debunked’? Is the Examiner ‘mad stupid’?
Did I just want any excuse to use that photo?

Quality events for this weekend vol. 40

Friday, March 30th

March Troy Night Out: All the local businesses in Troy are opened late, many with music or art. Take a walk around, it’s not that cold anymore!

GHOSTxSHIP, War Hound, Knuckle Up! Guardian and more at Bogies: Hardcore show at Bogies for those who listen to music made with actual instruments.

Foxy Shazam at Valentines: Last time I saw these guys the singer ate a burning cigarette. Bunch of locals on the bill too.

STUFF YOUR FACE WITH BASS: Life’s A Beach: Big multi-room rager at the Armory. Almost all local DJs on the bill.

Final Friday & Everything Classic: Official AVID After-Party for SYFWB 3: Guests Party With Tina will be playing The Fuze Box along with Trumastr and Nate Da Great. All genres to get you moving.

Saturday, March 31st

DJ Scratch Off: $250 prize to the DJ whose got the most scratching prowess.

Albany All Stars Roller Derby: Watch girls go in circles and hurt one another. And drink.

Alta Mira CD Release Show: At Valentines, with guests Ben KN and Matt Durfee.

Onra and Teengirl Fantasy: Playing the small gym at Skidmore. Huge billing with two top notch acts.

Sunday, April 1st

Jazz Sunday: Part of a monthly residency at Jillian’s with Albany’s own jazz/rock blend band, the Chronicles. These guys are awesome.

Us From Outside: Another hardcore show at Bogies for those who want to listen to more music made with actual instruments.

First Look: Shogun

The past couple of months have drawn attention to that particular stretch of sidewalk from the corner of Lark to Madison, with Lark Tavern reopening (as not the Lark Tavern but as Any Other Bar in Random Small Town USA) and the former Art Room building next door going under a mysterious facelift. On Tuesday, the renovations were unveiled and the Albany location of Shogun was officially open to the public for business.

As stated in past reviews, going to a new business during their soft opening or opening day/week can potentially result in you not wanting to return again. Sometimes it’s smart to wait until a business gets in the groove of things, iron out any kinks, etc. but we were all pretty excited that the Lark St. neighborhood is now home to a sushi spot that we decided to check it out on its opening day.

Here’s the full gallery from Andrew and check out the rest of KC’s review beneath the cut.

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Albany Music Coalition to Host Launch Event

The Albany Music Coalition (and event co-sponsor Exit 97.7 WEXT) are hosting their official launch on Friday, April 13 at Valentine’s. Doors open at 7:30 with music starting at 8:00.

The concert will feature Matthew Carefully, Michael Eck, and Tom McWatters and the Philo Beddoe Band.

Admission will be used to support the Coalition’s work as it moves through the process of establishing a non-profit organization.

More info at albanymusiccoalition.com

Call For Entries for WMHT’s Series ‘TvFILM’

WMHT has announced the return of its popular series, TvFilm. WMHT is looking for the very finest, unique and original independently made short films upstate New York has to offer to showcase on TvFILM, starting in June. Hosted by Brandon Bethmann, TvFILM will also engage dialogue with winning filmmakers to discuss the inspiration, ideas and concepts behind their work. In addition, TvFILM will profile the people, places and events that are shaping WMHT’s growing independent film and media community.

The official call for entries runs until May 18, 2012. All submission information can be found online at wmht.org/tvfilm and more info on their blog.

Drake to play SPAC June 14th

Drake is coming to SPAC with J. Cole, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz and French Montana. Consistently described as ‘the softest rapper in the game’ (which basically means most accessible) this show is probably going to be absolutely packed out with lonely, sad men and the women that dumped them.

Tickets are $34 for lawn seats and $56 for inside seats.

Ticket Giveaway: Dayglow L!fe in Color

Dubbed as “America’s Largest Paint Party,” the Dayglow tour returns to the Washington Avenue Armory, on April 5th, this time with, well, the promise of more paint. There’s now acrobats and laser showcases worked into the evening and cannons specifically developed for Dayglow, which shoot paint over 100 feet into the crowd. It’s recommended that if you go, you wear white. It’ll get messy, to say the least.

The Dayglow tour sold out over 50 cities during its fall tour (check out our recap here) and will return to Albany in its spring edition with DJs Sidney Samson, David Solano, Alex English, Trevmunz and Kloud9.

We’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway so, if you’re interested, enter below. We’ll pick a winner on April 1st, no foolin’.

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