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Chef shares cooking skills (access required)

Fabio Viviano Portrait Portico restaurant

Chef shares cooking skills Chef Fabio Viviani is set to host two cooking classes: One at his restaurant Portico by Fabio Viviani inside del Lago Resort & Casino and one at New York Kitchen. Viviani will demonstrate how to make ...

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‘They are country’ (access required)


‘They are country’ Folk duo Robin & Linda Williams are making their way to Rochester for a performance hosted by Golden Link Folk Singing Society Inc. Hailing from the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia, the two have been playing a blend ...

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Lake of Betrayal (access required)

Ganondagan is hosting a screening of “Lake of Betrayal” this weekend. The film explores the history of Kinzua Dam on the Alleghany River and the dam’s impact on the Seneca Nation as it fought to protect its independance. 1:30 tp ...

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The 70’s are back (access required)

The Strasenburgh Planetarium at the Rochester Museum & Science Center is offering a ’70s Laser Show on Saturdays this month. Come watch an exciting light show accompanied by classic ’70s artists like Steve Miller Band, Fleetwood Mac and Elton John. ...

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Open House at Eastman (access required)

The Eastman Community Music School will host its first Open House, welcoming visitors to learn about the school, explore music and sign up for lessons, classes or ensembles. ECMS is offering an instrument petting zoo, demonstrations, performances and a preview ...

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Take care on sports betting (access required)


News that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 is unconstitutional—clearing the way for states to legalize sports betting if they so desire—was greeted by cheers across the country. Gambling and sports ...

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