Author Archives: Rochester Business Journal Staff

Finalists named for 2018 Ethie Award (access required)

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  Six finalists have been selected for the 2018 Ethie Award, an annual honor given to local businesses and organizations by the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation. The finalists, chosen by an independent panel of judges, are: Breast Cancer Coalition ...

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1. Yoga in the Pines

As fall arrives and the weather begins to cool down, it’s the perfect time for some outdoor yoga. Rochester Museum & Science Center is hosting Yoga in the Pines this weekend in the Cumming Nature Center. Lynn Boucher of Yoga ...

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2. Looking for Frederick Douglass

The George Eastman Museum is opening its doors for free all day on Saturday in the spirit of Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day. In celebration of Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday, there will be a discussion titled Looking for Frederick Douglass: Resources ...

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3. Razed\Rise

Reconnect Rochester is presenting “Razed\Rise” at next week’s Rochester Street Films event. The program is a mix of clips and short films about the battle to save the Swillburg Neighborhood here in Rochester. A live discussion with a panel of ...

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4. Sensory-Friendly Sunday

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting an exclusive event for children with special sensory, developmental or physical needs. The museum will be open to fewer guests, light and sound reduction, additional visual safety signage and designated quiet areas ...

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Alice on her toes

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Alice on her toes The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting a preview of the New York State Ballet’s production of “Alice in Wonderland.” Travel down the rabbit hole with Alice, the White Rabbit, the Queen of Hearts, the ...

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Ganondagan celebrates living history

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Ganondagan celebrates living history Ganondagan is celebrating the Haudenosaunee culture on Saturday with its annual Living History day. Hodinohso:ni Healthy Roots, Culture, and Traditions will  feature re-enactors and hands-on demonstrations of food practices, traditional arts, games and more. Here is a ...

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SNAFU

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SNAFU Image City Photography Gallery’s September 2018 exhibit is SNAFU. John Kosboth is the featured artist for this exhibit. His work offers a range of visual experiences that suggest who he was and where he has been but not who ...

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Surprise move from Collins (access required)

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When Rep. Chris Collins, R-Clarence, Erie County, was indicted on federal insider-trading charges, he quickly announced that he would not seek re-election in New York’s 27th Congressional District. The decision this week that not only will he remain on the ...

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