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Rising culture on Joseph Ave 

Reenah Oshun Golden has opened The Avenue Blackbox Theatre, a community venue on Joseph Avenue. "The patrons of the arts in Rochester don't necessarily reflect all of what Rochester's population is," she says. "Mostly that's because people get priced out at the door."

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