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How brands plan to navigate the Super Bowl in a year like no other (access required)

Mark Stone

2020 was a disrupter of a year, and the unpredictability will continue well into 2021. Just as every person on the planet has had to adapt, brands were also forced pivot to remain relevant when people are changing their behavior ...

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Flower City Arts names new leader (access required)

Cheryl McKeiver

The Flower City Arts Center has named Cheryl McKeiver as its new executive director. McKeiver brings decades of experience to the role including leadership roles in finance, operations management, in academia, for-profit and nonprofit organizations statewide. Prior to her arrival ...

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Schumer vows more relief will be on the way (access required)

Sen. Charles Schumer (photo courtesy Charles Schumer Senate website).

The most recent COVID-19 economic relief bill provides significant support for struggling businesses and organizations but still more must — and will — be done, according to Sen. Charles Schumer. In a webinar with Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce members on ...

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Local companies create virtual Chill with Santa (access required)


Santa Claus isn’t just coming to town, he’s coming to your living room, family room, kitchen or wherever your Zoom-enabled computer, smartphone or tablet is connected. Chill with Santa creates a safe way for kids to interact during the holiday ...

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Landmark Society selects 2020 Five to Revive projects (access required)

692 Joseph Ave. is the future home of the Joseph Avenue Arts & Culture Alliance . (Photo  by Quajay Donnell)

The Landmark Society of Western New York Inc. has chosen five properties for revitalization. The annual Five to Revive identifies opportunities for targeted, strategic revitalization. The list of properties draws attention to key priorities for revitalization in Western New York. ...

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Mumford museum marks women’s right to vote with online series (access required)

Women's suffrage movement re-enactors at Genesee Country Village & Museum (Photo by Sue Erdle)

Genesee Country Village & Museum is marking the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment with a webinar series that takes a closer look at the struggle for women’s rights and equality. “Rightfully Hers: Building the Foundation for ...

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