‘Duets’ concert a fundraiser for Batavia Players

Sep 25, 2015

By Virginia Kropf Daily News Correspondent BATAVIA — Batavia Players’ fall fundraiser at Harvester 56 Theater will be an entirely new endeavor…

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Main St. Pizza Company expanding

Sep 24, 2015

posted by Howard B. Owens, The Batavian Vic Marchese, owner of Main St. Pizza Company, on East Main Street, Batavia, stands in front of the opening of…

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Kazzrie Jaxen Quartet to perform one show at GCC 'honoring jazz tradition with straight-ahead swing and spontaneous improvisation'

Sep 24, 2015

posted by Billie Owens, The Batavian Press release: Honoring jazz tradition with straight-ahead swing and spontaneous improvisation, the Kazzrie Jaxen…

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Witches get wacky in Holiday Hollow show

Sep 24, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com PEMBROKE — George Walker makes a very ugly woman. But that’s kind of the point. After all, he’s…

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Young musicians to lead season-opening concert for GSO

Sep 24, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — The Genesee Symphony Orchestra may be 68 years old, but it’s going with a youth movement for…

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New disc golf course aimed at upping usage at Bergen’s Hartland Park

Sep 24, 2015

By Virginia Kropf news@batavianews.com BERGEN — One of the priorities of the village of Bergen’s Parks Master Plan was to find ways to increase…

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Batavia Players tackle aging issues in latest production

Sep 21, 2015

By Matt Surtel msurtel@batavianews.com BATAVIA — Growing older together isn’t always a picnic. Issues pop up: “What comes next? What happens if…

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Kropf column: Bower book offers unique take on Earhart mystery

Sep 17, 2015

By Virginia Kropf news@batavianews.com I don’t remember the first time I met Barry Bower, who at the time was a Batavia city councilman. I do,…

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Welcome Matt: Holiday Hollow on list of things to do when kids are older

Sep 17, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com As much as I might look forward to the day when I no longer have to change diapers, my wife and I have often…

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Genesee County cultural plan needs a push to get going

Sep 14, 2015

By Jim Krencik jkrencik@batavianews.com Planning in the arts community goes far beyond double-checking to make sure the myriad concerts, festivals,…

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Batavia Silver Stars to demo Western square dancing at Darien Lake Theme Park twice this month

Sep 14, 2015

The Batavia Silver Stars along with the Chili-based Cloverleaf Squares are Western square dance clubs and they will be performing at Darien Lake Theme…

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Signature Dish: Sunny's Restaurant catches customers with seafood risotto

Sep 14, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com BATAVIA — Risotto may be a rather simple dish — it’s rice cooked in broth, perhaps with meat or…

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A magical place of peace

Sep 14, 2015

By Joanne Beck jbeck@batavianews.com BATAVIA — When Olivia Shell started visiting the children’s garden at YWCA three years ago, it…

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Corfu Free Library’s annual sale on Saturday

Sep 11, 2015

PEMBROKE — The Corfu Free Library’s annual used book sale will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Brick House Corners Fair on the corner of…

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Best-selling authors on awesomeness make a stop in Batavia this week

Sep 9, 2015

posted by Steve Ognibene The Oola Dream Tour—which could include anything from scheduled events featuring motivational speeches and…

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Sixth annual Batavia Wine Walk downtown is Oct. 3, FYI -- tickets sell fast

Sep 8, 2015

Press release: The Batavia Business Improvement District (BID) will once again hosts its 6th annual Batavia Wine Walk from 4 to 8 p.m. on Saturday,…

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Batavia art studio to move downtown this fall

Sep 8, 2015

By Joanne Beck jbeck@batavianews.com BATAVIA — After opening her studio at different spots throughout the city, including the last six years on…

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Signature Dish: Sampler a trio of favorites at Chap’s Elba Diner

Sep 8, 2015

ELBA — The key to any Italian cuisine is the sauce. The better the sauce, the better the food. The better the food, the more popular the restaurant.…

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Welcome Matt: A toppling triumph at Palm Island

Aug 31, 2015

By Matt Krueger mkrueger@batavianews.com Life is all about failures and triumphs. Hopefully, we learn from our missteps as well as our…

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State Fair sculpture uses O-At-Ka butter

Aug 31, 2015

By Debra J. Groom Watertown Daily Times GEDDES — In 2014, the New York State Fair butter sculpture kicked off the Great American Milk Drive, which…

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