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2. Women in Games: Inspire!

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting an exhibit titled Women in Games: Inspire! Next week, innovative leaders in the video game industry will visit the museum, including Dona Bailey and Brenda Laurel. 6 to 9 p.m. on Nov. ...

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3. The Limits of My World

WXXI and the Golisano Foundation are presenting a screening of “The Limits of My World” next week as a part of the partnership’s Move to Include initiative. The film follows a nonverbal young man’s transition as he leaves the school ...

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4. Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.

Theatre Young Kids Enjoy (TYKEs) begins its 15th season with musical “Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.” Based on Doreen Cronin’s New York Times best-selling book series, the theme of the story is tolerance and acceptance. Performances ...

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5. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark!

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark! Rochester Museum & Science Center challenges families to stay up late and learn about all sorts of intriguing topics like: Why is it dark at night? What happens when we sleep? How do animals ...

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Violist on stage

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Violist on stage Eastman School of Music presents violist Masumi Per Rostad in the next session of the Faculty Artist Series. Rostad is an associate professor of viola in the school’s strings, harp and guitar department. He has made a ...

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Acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet to perform

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Photo: Marco Borggreve

Acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet to perform The Eastman-Ranlet Series is bringing the St. Lawrence String Quartet to Rochester this weekend. Composed of violinists Geoff Nuttall and Owen Dalby, violist Lesley Robertson and cellist Christopher Costanza, the quartet will perform ...

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Voter turnout encouraging (access required)

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Whether or not you are happy with how your political party fared in Tuesday’s elections, everybody should be encouraged by the historically high voter turnout seen locally and across the nation. Early reports estimate that about 113 million people voted ...

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