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SPECIAL EVENT | Roc Awards Show 

Each year, the ROC Awards Show is to honor Rochesterians in the fields of Performing Arts, Science and Technology, Human Service, Health and Wellness, and Education. The Fourth Annual Roc Awards will take place on Sunday, February 21, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Kodak Theater on the Ridge (200 West Ridge Road).

Hosted by Toshman Powell, the evening will feature awards presentations; a live orchestra; and music and performances by Carlton Wilcox; Shawn Powell, Toshman Powell, K'shawn Powell and Shawn Powell II; Renee Nicole Anderson; Anthony-Dounte Simmons; Chaundria Brown; Jimmie Highsmith; Chaz Bruce; special guest Suburban Plaza; and more. Janet Lomax will be awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award, Joe Brown will receive the Humanitarian Award, and Mood Makers Books will also be honored.

Tickets cost $25 ($50 VIP) and are available at Belle Cheveux (442 Genesee Street), Mad Flavors (185 Lyell Avenue), Xquisite Boutique (171 Monroe Avenue) and online at For more information, call 521-8841 or visit


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