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Mario the Maker Magician


Mario the Maker Magician Rochester Museum & Science Center announces that renowned children’s performer, Mario the Maker Magician, is bringing his live show to Rochester for two performances. Mario is an award-winning magician, known for his integration of electronics and ...

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Concerts at St. Joseph’s Park


Concerts at St. Joseph’s Park Eastman Community Music School and Landmark Society of Western New York have teamed up to host afternoon concerts at St. Joseph’s Park. The final concert features the talents of the JapKam Duo. Letitia Jap is ...

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RBJ honors Rochester’s Coolest Spaces


The winners of the Rochester Business Journal’s 2019 Rochester’s Coolest Spaces awards have been selected. Rochester has a history of impressive buildings and recent developments have only added to the interesting locations throughout the area—unique architecture, gorgeous views, funky designs, ...

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College at Brockport receives GLRC grant (access required)


The College at Brockport is one of four state colleges and universities to receive grants from the Great Lakes Research Consortium (GLRC) in partnership with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The projects receiving funding, which totals $121,916, ...

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Louise Slaughter’s congressional papers


Diana Louise Carter talks with the University of Rochester’s Jessica Lacher-Feldman, assistant dean and Joseph N. Lambert and Harold B. Schleifer Director of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation. The UR is about to receive the congressional papers of the ...

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1. Show Boat

Opera Guild of Rochester is sponsoring a trip to Jerome Kern’s and Oscar Hammerstein’s “Show Boat” at the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown. The Cotton Blossom docks in Mississippi and Cap’n Andy Hawks and his extended family end up on a ...

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2. Black Sheep Theatre

Black Sheep Theatre is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and Rochester’s 2019 Pride Festival by hosting two plays: Harvey Fierstein’s “On Tidy Endings” and Jane Shepard’s “Commencing.” Both plays explore different topics involving homosexuality. Shows run from ...

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4. ROC SweatFest

ROC SweatFest is a premiere fitness and wellness festival bringing together some of the city’s best fitness studios, instructors and wellness experts for a day of exercise. Compass Cycle + Flow will offer rhythm riding, M/Body presents boxing fusion and ...

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High Falls fiddle


High Falls fiddle The 2019 Hochstein at High Falls concert series fills the city of Rochester’s High Falls District with the sounds of local music every Thursday this summer. The Brothers Blue plays on July 25 at Granite Mills Park. ...

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