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12/11/2017
Wyoming County is a secluded section of New York State about 40 miles southwest of Rochester, encompassing small towns such as Pike, Bliss and Warsaw and bordered on the east by t
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12/11/2017
Lake Placid is a part of New York State that is known around the world, thanks largely to its hosting of the Winter Olympics in 1932 and 1980.
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12/11/2017
There’s the hit-the-books way to encourage young people to develop appreciation for math and science—and then there is the Salvadori way.
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12/06/2017
Buffalo is enjoying a revival period, and one of the community’s standard-bearers is the 155-year-old Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
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12/06/2017
Three hundred years ago, Britain’s King George requested a concert on the River Thames, and Handel wrote a new piece.
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12/06/2017
The Folk Arts Program at Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum is a unique resource, working with regional ethnic and minority communities to preserve, present, and support their t