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1. DeSTEMber to Remember


Rochester Museum & Science Center is all about STEM this holiday season and making this month a DeSTEMber to Remember. Saturday is the last day to explore the STEM field through a Winter Solstice Celebration. Guests can get up close ...

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2. A Dickens Christmas Party

Looking for a fun activity for the family on Christmas Eve? Come out to the Multi-Use Community Cultural Center for “A Dickens Christmas Party.” Directed by Philip Frey, ShakeCo will perform songs, games and a reading of Dickens’ “A Christmas ...

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4. Santa & Reindeer Train rides

Anansi Tales for the Holidays is a mixture of African, Caribbean and African American folklore depicted through interactive theater, storytelling and puppetry and a children’s puppetry and mask workshop. Directed by Reuben Tapp, performances run Dec. 31 to Jan. 6. ...

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5. Laura Dubin Duo

The Little Theatre is hosting the Laura Dubin Duo on Saturday evening. Dubin is a virtuoso pianist trained in Western classical and classic jazz traditions who is well-versed in Latin and film music. She cites Oscar Peterson, Fred Hersch and ...

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Surreal The Multi-Use Community Cultural Center is hosting works by visual artist Mandi Antonucci. The Geneseo resident received a bachelor’s degree in art history and a master’s degree in printmaking from Nazareth College. She went on to earn a master’s ...

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Society through photographers’ eyes


Society through photographers’ eyes The George Eastman Museum is currently displaying “A History of Photography” exhibit, which runs through April 2019. Many of the social and political issues in the hot seat of popular discussion have been present for multiple ...

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Clint Black


Clint Black Country music legend Clint Black is bringing his 30th anniversary of Killin’ Time tour to Del Lago Resort & Casino’s The Vine in March. The singer-songwriter has been heralded as one of country music’s brightest stars. Selling over ...

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Carbon plan deserves support


A bipartisan bill recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives has the potential to help the U.S. make significant strides on carbon emissions while also helping the economy. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act— sponsored by Rep. Ted ...

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Giving matters for many reasons (access required)


On any given night in Monroe County there are 835 people experiencing homelessness—including 200 children. In the last month, more than 4,000 calls for help were made to 2-1-1 Lifeline, our community’s resource center, with the top needs being shelter, ...

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