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4. Geva Theatre Center’s Summer Academy Showcase

Twenty-six local students have been diligently preparing for this weekend’s event: Geva Theatre Center’s Summer Academy Showcase. Performers will act out scenes and perform songs from notable shows like “Othello,” “West Side Story” and “Much Ado about Nothing.” Showcase starts ...

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5. Genesee Country Village and Museum

It’s a busy weekend at Genesee Country Village and Museum. The 16th Annual National Silver Ball Tournament runs Friday through Sunday and top vintage baseball teams gather to play in a round-robin tournament played by 1860s rules—meaning no gloves or ...

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Fireside folk


Fireside folk Fireside Collective is performing at the George Eastman Museum Garden Vibes Summer Concert next week. The band blends bluegrass, funk, rock and blues to make a refreshing folk sound. Fireside Collective was recognized for their unique genre of ...

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Another New York scandal (access required)

U.S. Rep. Chris Collins

With every passing scandal, it becomes more and more difficult for New Yorkers to have faith in their elected officials. Republican U.S. Rep. Chris Collins became the latest New York politician to face legal trouble Wednesday when he was arrested ...

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Pittsford company brings LED lighting and savings to state fairgrounds

A Syracuse subcontractor for Pittsford's lumalon installs lights at a New York State Fairgrounds building. Photo by Trish Hennessy

The autos were rolling in, so the lumalon people had to pack up and move aside temporarily. Lumalon, a Pittsford company specializing in light-emitting diode, or LED, illumination, is executing an $866,000 contract to install LED lighting at six buildings ...

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