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2018 ICON Honors winners announced

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The recipients of the Rochester Business Journal’s 2018 ICON Honors awards have been selected. The honorees are business leaders over the age of 60 who have had notable success and demonstrate strong leadership both within and outside of their chosen ...

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Software is leading the way in Rochester

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It’s a great time to be in the software space in Rochester.  The “help wanted” signs are cluttering the digital storefront.  Experienced developers are company hopping and folks with business development experience as product managers, marketing pros and salespeople are ...

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1. Now Circa Then.

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Out of Pocket Inc. kicks off its 11th season with Carly Mensch’s romantic comedy “Now Circa Then.” The year is 1890, and Julian and Josephine are an immigrant couple living in New York’s Lower East Side. Fast forward to today, ...

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2. Jeff Foxworthy

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy is taking the stage at del Lago Resort & Casino’s entertainment venue for the 21 and older crowd, The Vine. Best known for his redneck jokes, Foxworthy is the highest selling comedy-recording artist in history. He performs ...

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3. Karrin Allyson

Exodus to Jazz brings Karrin Allyson, five-time Grammy-nominated singer and pianist to Rochester this weekend. Allyson will perform songs from her newest album, “Some of That Sunshine” at Anthology on Nov. 1. Miro Sprague accompanies her on the piano, Marty ...

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4. Over the River and Through the Woods

The Penfield Players’ fall comedy is Joe DiPietro’s “Over the River and Through the Woods.” The story centers on Nick, a single, Italian-American Jersey boy who breaks the news to his grandparents that he won’t be able to come over ...

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