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3. Heart Gallery

Children Awaiting Parents/Donald J. Corbett Adoption Agency is hosting its annual Heart Gallery event and reception next week. Each photo is of a child waiting for their forever families while in foster care. 6 p.m. on Nov. 5 at the ...

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4. A Shared Curiosity

The next exhibition at the College at Brockport’s Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery is Fred Burton/Steve Gerberich: A Shared Curiosity. Burton is a well-known mixed-media artist and world traveler, and Gerberich builds entertaining contraptions. On display through Nov. 15. brockport.edu

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5. Jack and the Beanstalk

Finger Lakes Opera announces two reprise performances of “Jack and the Beanstalk” at the culmination of National Opera Week on Sunday, Nov. 3. This performance was part of FLO’s 2019 season, which was the second year of the organization’s Young ...

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‘Nunsense’ on stage (access required)


‘Nunsense’ on stage OFC Creations and Judith Ranaletta are collaborating to present the off-Broadway hit “Nunsense,” which begins when the Little Sisters of Hoboken discover that their cook, Sister Julia, has poisoned 52 of the sisters by accident. In desperate ...

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Fiction prize winner to visit UR (access required)

Tiffany Tyson

Fiction prize winner to visit UR Tiffany Quay Tyson, winner of the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize for Fiction published in 2018, is visiting the University of Rochester for a reading and award ceremony next week. Tyson won for her novel ...

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Tribute to Forster (access required)

Robert Forster in "Jackie Brown" (1997), directed by Quentin Tarantino. (Provided)

Tribute to Forster The George Eastman Museum will honor late actor Robert Forster on Saturday, Nov. 2 with two film screenings. Forster was a longtime supporter of the Eastman Museum and was elected to the board of trustees in 2001 ...

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MCC receives $2.25M grant for APPLIED program (access required)


Monroe Community College has received a $2.25 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to support the college’s new Advancing Pathways for Partnerships in Learning through Integration of Education and Data (MCC APPLIED) program. The funding is expected to increase participation ...

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Erika Rosenberg discusses CGR’s 100-plus year history


Erika Rosenberg, president and CEO of the Center for Governmental Research Inc., discusses CGR's 100-plus year history and how the nonprofit organization serves both the Rochester community and communities across the country through research and data-driven analysis. As the agency's newly-named president and CEO, Erika talks about her own history with CGR and her goals for the organization.

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Account Manager

The Rochester Business Journal and The Daily Record (Rochester) have an opening for an experienced, strategic, innovative, and results-oriented multimedia sales account manager.  This opportunity is for a candidate who has a keen understanding of digital, event sponsorship, special products ...

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Public Notice and Advertising Coordinator

The Rochester Business Journal and The Daily Record (Rochester) are seeking a Public Notice and Advertising Coordinator to join our dynamic team. This position requires excellent customer service, attention to detail, verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to ...

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Play Walk to open with ‘Lights on Afterschool’ event (access required)


The Greater Rochester After-School Alliance (GRASA) on Thursday will partner with the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, Healthi Kids, the Greater Rochester Summer Learning Association (GRSLA), United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. and the Children’s Agenda to host ...

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1. Silver Screen Icon


International Art Acquisitions is currently displaying Silver Screen Icon, which are works of Peter Fromme-Douglas that depict the glamour and elegance of classic cinema. Pictured is Fromme-Douglas’ “Cinema,” which is an aquatint-mezzotint on paper. On display through Oct. 31. internationalartacquisitions.com

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