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  • Jan 23-29, 2013
  • Vol. 42, No. 20
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News & Opinion

  • College Blog: Where's my box of chocolates?
  • College Blog: Where's my box of chocolates?

    My job search is not like a box of chocolates – unlike my boyfriend’s. He’s actually been courted and wooed by his future Fortune 100 employer, so much that they actually sent him a box of chocolates. Godiva Truffles, to be exact.
  • Coping with the homesick blues

    Before I left for RIT I remember telling my Mom that I would never get homesick. I thought I would probably come home once during the 10-week quarter, if at all. It wasn’t that I wanted to get away from my parents. I simply was excited to be on my own and make a lot of new friends.

Arts & Entertainment

  • Daily Choices: What to do on Friday, January 25
  • Daily Choices: What to do on Friday, January 25

    Comedy: Lewis Black will bring his unique brand of rant comedy to the Auditorium Theatre (885 E. Main St.) tonight at 8 p.m. Tickets are $35-$55; for more information, call 225-5000, or visit rbtl.org. For more on the comedian, visit lewisblack.com.

  • Daily Choices: What to do on Thursday, January 24
  • Daily Choices: What to do on Thursday, January 24

    Lectures: A Community Dialogue on Race & Politics will be held tonight at Baobab Cultural Center (728 University Ave.). The free event takes place at 7 p.m. For more information or to register, call 563-2145 or visit thebaobab.org. In addition, the first in the three-part lecture series, “Race: The Power of an Illusion,” will be held tonight at the Central Library (115 South Ave.), 5-7 p.m. Professor Timothy Weider of Nazareth College will present on “The Difference Between Us,” with following lectures on January 31 and February 7. The event is free to attend and takes place in the Kate Gleason Auditorium in the library. For more information, call 428-8350 or visit libraryweb.org.

  • Daily Choices: What to do on Monday, January 28
  • Daily Choices: What to do on Monday, January 28

    Music: You don’t need to jazz festival to find local jazz in town, and tonight among the many options you can check out are Alphonso Williams at Bistro 135 (135 West Commercial St., East Rochester, bistro135.net), 5:30 p.m., free, and Ben Waara at Lemoncello (137 West Commercial St., East Rochester), 6 p.m., Free.

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  • Winter Guide 2013
  • Winter Guide 2013

    After two tepid years winter has returned to Western New York in a major way. We’ve had some major snowfall, bitter temperatures, and all the attendant snow and ice. Instead of hiding or complaining about the season, make the most of it.

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