If u haven't been yet. This is the one to see.
More details here: http://madeleinesmillie.com/
This reading will be in the Reading Room of the SAU (student alumni center).
Here's the link to event official page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1641035837…
FYI Etched In Black is 100% local!! most models (one's from buffalo), the photographer and even me the owner/designer are from Rochester.
So grab a group of your friends, come to Corn Hill and enjoy a few glasses of wine with us . Leave all your daily drama at home, take the day off of work, put on your cutest outfit and just relax.
This event is a celebration of all our hard work, before we go to New York. So if you like fashion, wine and great atmosphere, get your tickets today!!!
Great photographs of Mount Hope Cemetary. Very vivid color rendition of spring /summer/fall and snowy winter storm. See story later on YNN.
Whatever your talent, bring it on to Turn Up Tuesdays at The Towpath Cafe in Fairport, NY (www.TowPathCafe.com). This all ages Open Mic is perfect for you no matter what your talent. Whether it be poetry, beat boxing, music, or comedy this is for you. Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 5-8pm!
The Sunday, May 5th Brockport Symphony Canal Opening Celebration Concert is at 4pm, not at 7:30pm! See everyone at 4pm on Sunday!
This is a screening of highlights of the film, followed by Q&A with Laura Lederer, former Senior Advisor on Trafficking in Persons to US Department of State. Joining Laura Lederer for the Q&A will be the film's producer, Robert Bilheimer.
This event is part of a March series sponsored by Feminists Choosing Life of NY in collaboration with A Season for Nonviolence.
Brighton Symphony Family Concert, Saturday, March 23rd, 3pm Free Admission Concert conducted by James Thompson. Featuring Haydn's Toy Symphony, Kraft's A Simple Introduction to the Orchestra, and works by Berlioz and Beethoven! Join us for this family program! Brighton Recreation Center, 220 Idlewood Road in the Large Gym! Free Admission with No Tickets Required.
Many thanks to the Vignelli Design Center for hosting this event in their elegantly architected building. It was a great pleasure discussing the Vignelli map with an audience having a keen interest in design. For anyone who missed the event, you can obtain a copy of the book at http://ritpress.rit.edu/publications/books…
If you wanted to learn to dance "West Coast Swing" learn from one of the best teachers in New York State! Steve is a wonderful teacher and person. It's always great fun.
"Steven Ryan is a professional dancer who has been dancing for more than 25 years, and has won numerous dance competitions throughout that time in jazz, theatre arts, hustle &, west coast swing. He also won a full scholarship to the studios of Alvin Ailey in NYC. He is the only advanced male swing dancer in the Central New York. He also danced a feature roll in the Sleeping Beauty Ballet in February 2005. He has choreographed many swing dance routines that were performed by class members at local dances and at the Syracuse Symphony. He’s a firm believer in strong technique. He is also the founder of The Syracuse Swing Dance Society. He has been teaching swing for 17 years and stays current by attending and competing at National Events. Most recently, he won the local edition of Dancing with the Stars in Syracuse in April 2010.
Steve teaches classes in Syracuse, Rochester NY as well as internationally."
We know many of you could not make it due to weather, and because we don’t want you to be disappointed you missed the show, Lux, Allie and Myself are happy to say we are gonna have a 2nd opening Next Friday Feb 15th, same time - same place.
Now at LUX Lounge, extended and expanded as of Feb 8th 2013.
Terrific talent, lots of energy, what a great cast, its a fun show. Just the kind of innocent optimism we need. Truly enjoyed the production!!!
This was a great way to learn about Tug's in Lake Ontario and Genesee River area.
Going to be a great show!
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