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On July 21, 1983, the legendary Diana Ross took the stage in New Yorkâ€™s Central Park before an audience of more than 800,000 adoring fans.
WXXI is pleased to present Shoulders to Stand Onï»¿, a documentary produced by local filmmaker Kevin Indovino that tells the history of the gay community in Rochester
In anticipation of Michael McDonald's appearance at this year's Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, WXXI is please to bring this Great Performances concert
1960's cultural phenomenon Chubby Checker hosts this specal PBS My Music series
WXXI's Julia Figueras welcomes musicians from the Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival and Artistic Music Director Richard Auldon Clark
Explore ways in which sport helps to heal social divisions within a community â€“ or reproduce, or even exacerbate, those divisions.ï»¿
The U.S. has been a country shaped by migration, dating back to the days of the pioneers making their way West. But recently, this country has been seeing a different kind of migration
Founded by Mormon pioneers, Salt Lake City remains deeply influenced by its religious roots. But it also defies easy categorization.
Fairbanks, AK can be a forbidding place. The city sits deep in the Alaska Interior, meaning winters are long and dark, and temperatures often plunge to -50F.
For decades, long before it was a touristâ€™s paradise, what Hawaii did was grow sugar.ï»¿
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