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2. Holiday Open House

This Sunday marks Genesee Country Village & Museum’s Holiday Open House. Visitors can enjoy the holiday preparations around the village, including a tree lighting, caroling and even a visit with Santa. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. gcv.org

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3. Brunch with Santa

Casa Larga Vineyards will debut a brand new holiday event this weekend: Brunch with Santa. Guests are invited to a festive French toast brunch to the sounds of holiday music. Santa will arrive shortly after the buffet opens, and kids ...

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4. Yentl

Barbra Streisand co-wrote, co-produced, directed and starred in the story of a young woman who wants to become a religious scholar—a role that’s exclusive to men—in the 1983 film “Yentl.” The story follows protagonist Yentl who disguises herself as a ...

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5. Winterfest

Eastman Community Music School is hosting its annual Winterfest this weekend, showcasing the talent and musicianship of the students. Featuring ensembles and student performances ranging from elementary school age to adults, the celebration offers a variety of musical styles including ...

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Making God Laugh


Making God Laugh “Making God Laugh” is a tale of three grown siblings returning to their parents’ home for various holidays. Beginning with Thanksgiving in the 1980s, the show covers three decades in just four scenes. The three siblings are ...

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Brickman brings the music of Christmas


Brickman brings the music of Christmas Jim Brickman is stopping in Rochester as he celebrates his 22nd Annual Holiday Tour. The Grammy-nominated songwriter and piano sensation is excited to bring A Joyful Christmas to the Rochester Auditorium Theatre this weekend. ...

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Holiday Cheer with Newberry & Verch


 Holiday Cheer with Newberry & Verch For Joe Newberry and April Verch, the holiday season has always signified a special time for both of them. Newberry grew up in the Missouri Ozarks and Verch in the Ottawa Valley of Canada. ...

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Snap Poll: Majority opposes pay raise


A committee created earlier this year to issue a report on increasing pay for New York lawmakers released its final recommendations Monday. The committee recommended significantly increasing the salaries for legislators and other state lawmakers while also drastically limiting stipends ...

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Ben Scrivens and Fright Rags


Ben Scrivens, the founder of Fright Rags, which sells T-shirts and other items related to with scary movies, talks about the story of the company and offers lots of business advice. Subscribe to our podcast for free! Get the latest ...

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1. At Swim, Two Boys


Dream, Visualize, Create presents Jamie O’Neill’s “At Swim, Two Boys,” opening this weekend. O’Neill’s story covers love and war in 1916 Ireland, with a boy coming of age and struggling with his feelings for his best friend among the tumultuous ...

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