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1. Jamey Johnson

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Award-winning country singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson is coming to The Vine at del Lago Resort & Casino. The renowned artist is known for not creating a set list so no two shows are the same. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime performance. 8 ...

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2. Naples Open Studio Trail

Naples Open Studio Trail announces that Darryl Abraham is returning after a hiatus spent in Israel. Much of his work, such as sculptures and drawings of farmhouses and landscapes, celebrates the history of the Finger Lakes region. David Chandler of ...

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3. “Fortune”

Geva Theatre Center’s 2018-19 Fielding Studio Series opens with “Fortune.” The romantic comedy centers on Maude, a 30-something storefront psychic who has given up on love, and her journey wrestling fate and destiny when a love-hungry accountant stumbles into her ...

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4. ROC the Riverway Weekend

Tonight kicks off ROC the Riverway Weekend. There will be over three dozen events and activities to highlight the history and beauty of the Genesee River, included guided tours, historical re-enactments, kayak excursions and more. For a full schedule of ...

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5. History of Fashion

Eastview Mall is hosting the world-renowned Gene London Collections for The History of Fashion Featuring the Hollywood Collection. Tonight through Monday there will be 20-minute history of fashion tours and 30-minute Hollywood collection presentations. For complete exhibit details, visit eastviewmall.com.

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1. Tutus and Tango

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Rochester City Ballet opens its 15th season with Tutus and Tango. The showcase features three different ballets demonstrating romance, humor, seduction and athleticism. There is something for everyone in the program, from classical to contemporary to exotic. 8 p.m. tonight ...

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2. Monroe and Vicinity Biennial

The College at Brockport is hosting the 9th Monroe and Vicinity Biennial in celebration of four local artists, including Brian O’Neill, Meredith Davenport, Katarina Riesing and Mark Snyder. Curated by Tower Fine Arts Gallery director Tim Massey, the exhibition will ...

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3. Tony Caramia

Eastman School of Music’s faculty artist series continues with Tony Caramia, professor of piano. Guest artists and Eastman faculty members Bob Sneider, Clay Jenkins, Rich Thompson and Jeff Campbell will play with Caramia. The show features European jazz pieces from ...

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4. Blackbird

Limelight Production presents “Blackbird” by David Harrower. Directed by John Jaeger, this intense theater piece was originally commissioned by the Edinburgh International Festival. The story was inspired by the crimes of Toby Studebaker. The play centers on a young woman ...

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1. Yoga in the Pines

As fall arrives and the weather begins to cool down, it’s the perfect time for some outdoor yoga. Rochester Museum & Science Center is hosting Yoga in the Pines this weekend in the Cumming Nature Center. Lynn Boucher of Yoga ...

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2. Looking for Frederick Douglass

The George Eastman Museum is opening its doors for free all day on Saturday in the spirit of Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day. In celebration of Frederick Douglass’ 200th birthday, there will be a discussion titled Looking for Frederick Douglass: Resources ...

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3. Razed\Rise

Reconnect Rochester is presenting “Razed\Rise” at next week’s Rochester Street Films event. The program is a mix of clips and short films about the battle to save the Swillburg Neighborhood here in Rochester. A live discussion with a panel of ...

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4. Sensory-Friendly Sunday

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting an exclusive event for children with special sensory, developmental or physical needs. The museum will be open to fewer guests, light and sound reduction, additional visual safety signage and designated quiet areas ...

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