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1. Paris


Image City Photography Gallery is hosting a new exhibit titled Paris by Gil Maker. Also exhibiting are Steven Tryon in the Neuberger Gallery as well as guest artists John Ejaife, Tom Kredo, Tom McGlynn and award-winning photographs from Camera Rochester. ...

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2. Kalpa

Rochester Contemporary Art Center and Symmetry Labs, a San Francisco-based design and technology studio, are proud to present a new work by acclaimed artist and Rochester native Alexander Green. Kalpa, or the wish-fulfilling tree, is a 30-foot illuminating tree designed ...

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4. Jerry Seinfeld

Renowned comedian best known for his hit sitcom “Seinfeld,” the one and only Jerry Seinfeld is coming to perform in Rochester next year. He will perform a comedy show at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre on April 19 at 7 p.m. ...

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5. Breakfast with St. Nick

  As Thanksgiving comes to a close, Christmastime is just around the corner. Start celebrating with Breakfast with St. Nick at Genesee Country Village & Museum. Come feast on an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast and have a chat with Santa, who ...

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The College at Brockport presents performances of DANSCORE this weekend. Works by three New York City-based artists will be featured throughout the night, including Doug Varone’s “Strict Love,” Emily Schoen’s “It Comes Back to One” and Britt Falcon’s “Beauty Happening.” ...

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3. Get the Led Out

Del Lago Resort & Casino invites you to come Get the Led Out with the all-American Led Zeppelin band. Reminisce on Led Zeppelin’s greatest hits like “Tangerine” and the “Battle of Evermore” with the Philadelphia-based six-musician band. 8 p.m. Sunday ...

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4. Oh Watta Night!

Polite Ink. Sketch & Improv has partnered with Willow Domestic Violence Center to present their second annual benefit show Oh Watta Night! The night will be full of spontaneous, short-form improvisation and original, laugh-out-loud funny sketches. Show starts at 7:30 ...

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5. It’s a Wonderful Life

Screen Plays presents “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.” The adaptation of Frank Capra’s film is set at a live radio broadcast in the 1940s with sound effects, period jingle commercials and a live band. Directed by Karen ...

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2. Women in Games: Inspire!

The Strong National Museum of Play is hosting an exhibit titled Women in Games: Inspire! Next week, innovative leaders in the video game industry will visit the museum, including Dona Bailey and Brenda Laurel. 6 to 9 p.m. on Nov. ...

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3. The Limits of My World

WXXI and the Golisano Foundation are presenting a screening of “The Limits of My World” next week as a part of the partnership’s Move to Include initiative. The film follows a nonverbal young man’s transition as he leaves the school ...

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4. Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.

Theatre Young Kids Enjoy (TYKEs) begins its 15th season with musical “Diary of a Worm, a Spider and a Fly.” Based on Doreen Cronin’s New York Times best-selling book series, the theme of the story is tolerance and acceptance. Performances ...

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5. Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark!

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark! Rochester Museum & Science Center challenges families to stay up late and learn about all sorts of intriguing topics like: Why is it dark at night? What happens when we sleep? How do animals ...

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