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Sawyer Brown at del Lago

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Sawyer Brown at del Lago Country music band Sawyer Brown is hitting the del Lago Resort & Casino stage tonight. The band has been playing since 1981 and has since won numerous Country Music Awards, American Country Music Awards and ...

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Fringe Festival fun for all

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Fringe Festival fun for all The Keybank Rochester Fringe Festival kicks off next week with countless amazing acts. Here is a list of shows and events to check out during the festival’s 10-day run from Sept. 12 to 22: Cirque ...

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47th Annual Turtle Hill Folk Festival

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47th Annual Turtle Hill Folk Festival Golden Link Folk Singing Society is hosting its 47th Annual Turtle Hill Folk Festival at the Rotary Sunshine Camp in Rush this weekend. What makes this festival so remarkable is that guests don’t just ...

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Gas and steam

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Gas and steam Next weekend is the 52nd Annual Western New York Gas and Steam Engine Rally in Alexander, Genesee County. Families are invited to explore over 100 years of farming equipment history and bargain with 170 vendors at the ...

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Patterns of movement at Brockport

Trisha Brown Dance Company performs three dances at the Joyce Theatre on December 12, 2017.
These dances illuminate Brown’s connection to music: Salvatore Sciarrino’s flute in Geometry of Quiet; Dave Douglas's jazz sounds in Groove and Countermove; and Jean-Phillippe Rameau’s baroque opera in L’Amour au théâtre.
Photo Credit: Stephanie Berger.

Patterns of movement at Brockport Trisha Brown Dance Co. is performing at the College at Brockport next week. The Department of Dance is hosting two performances by the internationally acclaimed group. In addition to performances, the company will offer a ...

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50 Artists 50 Years

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 50 Artists 50 Years Rochester Institute of Technology continues its 50th anniversary celebration with 50 Artists 50 Years. This exhibit is hosted by RIT’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, the world’s first and largest technological college for people who ...

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Hidden elements

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Hidden elements Katherine Baca-Bielinis’ Architectural Salvage is now on view at the Multi-Use Cultural Community Center. Baca-Bielinis’ first solo exhibition is a series of original hand-pulled etchings, lithographs and serigraphs, focusing on overlooked and tossed away details in architecture. Baca-Bielinis ...

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Rewind Rochester

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Rewind Rochester This weekend the Hyatt Regency is hosting the premiere of Women’s Equality Weekend. At Seneca Falls Revisited, women are invited to gather for learning, bonding, reflecting and strategizing for the 100-year celebration of the 19th Amendment coming up ...

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Stone Tolan brews

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Stone Tolan brews Landmark Society’s Young Urban Preservationists are teaming up to take over the Stone Tolan Historic Site with the city’s second Tavern Takeover. Stone Tolan is one of the oldest tavern rooms in the county, and guests are ...

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Country life with Jason Lee

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Country life with Jason Lee Actor and photographer Jason Lee is visiting George Eastman Museum next week to present a special edition “Wish You Were Here” talk. Lee has explored many different avenues throughout his career, and all have had ...

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Preserving the Goodness

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Preserving the Goodness The Rochester Museum & Science Center is hosting a food preservation workshop. At Preserving the Goodness: Introduction to Food Preservation Techniques, participants can explore various ways to preserve food, including dehydrating, steam juicing, vacuum sealing, freezing, canning ...

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Fireside folk

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Fireside folk Fireside Collective is performing at the George Eastman Museum Garden Vibes Summer Concert next week. The band blends bluegrass, funk, rock and blues to make a refreshing folk sound. Fireside Collective was recognized for their unique genre of ...

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Mary Jemison story at Ganondagan

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Mary Jemison story at Ganondagan Award-winning vocalist Joanne Shenandoah is bringing her artistry to Ganondagan’s final summer Friends of Ganondagan event. At “Meteor Showers, Storytelling, and Song,” Shenandoah will take center stage for a presentation based on her recent audio ...

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Use Big Ideas

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Use Big Ideas The Rochester Museum and Science Center is bringing back “The Last Question.” The Strasenburgh Planetarium event—originally produced in the early 1970s—is a quiet, contemplative show that starts in 2061 and ends up trillions of years into the ...

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