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First hour: Trends in young adult literature Second hour: Local authors who write young adult literature
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What’s the status of some of the lowest performing schools in Rochester? Could they get taken over? Could the Mayor’s proposal for a special district...
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Pro Soccer is returning to Frontier Field in July, even if it's just one match. The Western New York Flash will play their home game in a National...
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The 15th annual Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival gets underway Friday. John Nugent and Marc Iacona produce the festival. Iacona says the...
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Just in time for the start of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, city officials say the East Avenue Bridge will be open by Noon on...
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Xerox has named a CEO for the document technology business, which will be one of two companies created when the company separates into two businesses...
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We talk to author Richard Russo about his new book, Everybody's Fool. Russo, at the very top of his game, now returns to North Bath, in Upstate New...
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We shine the spotlight on Writers & Books, a literacy center in Rochester's Neighborhood of the Arts. For more than 35 years, Writers & Books...
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A New York City-based chemical company is locating manufacturing operations at the Eastman Business Park. SiGNa Chemistry, which makes what are...
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Some Homeless advocates are dismayed by what they say is Governor Cuomo’s failure at the end of the legislative session to follow through with...
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