Who needs snow? Christmas in the City is on its way

Dec 3, 2015

by Joanne Beck, The Daily News BATAVIA — There might not be snow, but there will be plenty of Christmas this Friday, organizers say. At least there…

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GO ART! members embrace snow for annual show

Dec 3, 2015

BATAVIA — While weather forecasters are predicting a greener winter than usual, die-hard fans of the white stuff can get their fill at the…

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Le Roy's Winterfest scheduled for Saturday

Dec 2, 2015

posted by Raymond Coniglio, The Batavian   Le Roy’s Winterfest is Saturday, and fear not — one of the most anticipated guests is definitely…

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Genesee Chorale will perform 'Our Hope is a Child'

Dec 2, 2015

posted by Howard B. Owens, The Batavian The Genesee Chorale held a rehearsal Monday night in preparation for its show at 7 p.m., Dec. 4, at St. James…

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El Rincon brings a little bit of Colombia to Batavia

Nov 13, 2015

Marisol Leon grew up in Colombia, and is happy to share its flavors with Batavia diners. She and her husband Guillermo opened El Rincon Colombiano…

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Signature Dish: Soup's on at Bookworm Café

Nov 3, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — Avid readers will tell you the best accompaniment to a good book is a hot cup of coffee — or…

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Batavia Players heading 'Into the Woods' this weekend

Oct 30, 2015

By Virginia Kropf Daily News Correspondent BATAVIA — What if Cinderella, Rapunzel and Snow White all found themselves tied up in a story with the…

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Owners mark their 30th year running Neptune's Gardens

Oct 20, 2015

posted by Howard B. Owens: Start a business and make it well into your second year and you're doing better than nearly 20 percent of the other people…

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John & Mary's gives subs 'Royal' treatment

Oct 19, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — The menus at the various John & Mary’s locations in Western New York vary slightly,…

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Plenty of changes ahead for Batavia Players’ new season

Oct 15, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — The Batavia Players released their 2016 schedule this week, and it includes some significant…

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Mother-daughter storytellers explore world of Sherlock Holmes

Oct 15, 2015

By Scott DeSmit sdesmit@batavianews.com No props. No costume changes. No notes or TelePrompTers. Just pure, riveting storytelling. That’s what…

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GCC Harvest Festival Thursday spotlights agri-businesses

Oct 13, 2015

The Daily News Online: BATAVIA — The community is welcome to join hundreds of high school students from across the region at the fourth annual…

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Flag of the Six Nations raised at the Batavia Peace Garden

Oct 13, 2015

posted by Howard Owens: The flag of the Six Nations should have been part of the flags flying in the International Peace Garden from the beginning,…

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Books Sandwiched In program returns for 36th year

Oct 12, 2015

Posted by the Daily News Online: BATAVIA — Richmond Memorial Library has been providing lunchtime book reviews for close to four decades through its…

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Pembroke author publishes second novel

Oct 12, 2015

By Virginia Kropf Daily News Correspondent PEMBROKE — Diane Denton’s love for writing goes back a very long way, when at the age of 6 she wrote…

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O'Lacy's Reuben is 'Best in Town'

Oct 12, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — Two years after he opened O’Lacy’s Irish Pub, Kent Ewell noticed that his customers were…

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New p.w. minor store downtown designed to make it easier for you to buy locally made shoes

Oct 9, 2015

The product is Batavia made, so it should be Batavia sold, the way Andrew Young and Pete Zeliff see it, so they've opened up a downtown retail store…

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P.W. Minor announces opening of Batavia shoe store

Oct 6, 2015

BATAVIA — Genesee County’s oldest business is making plans to expand its presence. P.W. Minor on Monday officially announced the opening of a…

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Artist likens exhibit paintings to invading alien organism

Oct 6, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — Nate Hodge left college after one semester, choosing life outside of the classroom as his most…

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Jazz quartet to bring spontaneity to GCC

Oct 5, 2015

By Joanne Beck jbeck@batavianews.com BATAVIA — When he was a kid, Charley Krachy’s parents took him to a year-end school assembly. All he…

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