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The gap in Gap Inc.: Spinning problems away? (access required)

David Kunsch, left, and Pouya Seifzadeh

On Feb. 28, Gap Inc. announced its intention to split, fully separating Old Navy as a new corporate entity, while restricting its remaining businesses—Gap, Athleta, Banana Republic, Intermix and Hill City—under a new corporate structure, currently called NewCo. The split ...

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1. EstroFest

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EstroFest is marking 20 years of performing sketch comedy with two shows this weekend. The popular troupe’s performance serves as a “FUN-raiser” for Blackfriars Theatre as it launches its 70th season. 7 p.m. on Friday, April 19 and Saturday May ...

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2. Intimate Apparel

The College at Brockport’s department of theatre and music studies presents two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage’s drama “Intimate Apparel.” The story follows an African-American seamstress who embarks on a pen-pal courtship with a man 1,000 miles away. 7:30 p.m. on ...

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3. Bravo Nights

Opera Guild of Rochester is offering a Bravo Nights event next week at the Little Theatre Café. The casual, cabaret-style evening features performances from baritone Aaron Bigeleisen and soprano Yvonne Trobe. 7 p.m. on April 23. operaguildofrochester.org

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4. Salam Film series

To honor the victims who suffered the atrocities at the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Center in New Zealand, the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman Museum is presenting the Salam Film series. Partnered with the Islamic Center ...

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5. Hippity Hoppity Fun Run/Walk

Fleet Feet Rochester is hosting a free community Hippity Hoppity Fun Run/Walk as well as an Easter egg hunt for kids on Saturday, April 20. The egg hunt is for children 10 and under and a 5K will begin afterward. ...

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Eccentric Energy

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Eccentric Energy Main Street Arts Gallery is hosting a special exhibition for Rochester-based sculptor Bill Stewart. Eccentric Energy celebrates Stewart’s work spanning from the 1970s through 2017. “I am particularly fascinated by images and objects produced by children, folk and ...

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