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Rochester-Piece Theatre Feels the Blues History Come to Life

It's time to round off the end of the 2018-2019 season at Geva Theatre, and we are ending with a truly magical piece to Rochester's History. Son House, a Blues music legend that spent more than 20 years living here in Rochester, faces the afterlife, but not before we learn more about his life. I'm...
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A "Forever Roll" of Toilet Paper

Still looking for that perfect holiday gift? Check out the Charmin Forever Roll, featured in Adage! (It's the gift that keeps on giving...literally.) https://t.co/yzC3LGNrIw pic.twitter.com/GUcKkq9L9k — Charmin (@Charmin) December 19, 2018 Is it possible to get an entire MONTH out of just one roll...
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The Powerball jackpot continues to grow

Your tickets from Saturday night's Powerball drawing may be worth somthing, but they won't win you the $625 million jackpot. No tickets matched the winning numbers which were 24, 25, 52, 60, and 66 and the Powerball was 5. That means the jackpot grows to $750 million dollars for the next drawing on...
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Rochester-Piece Theatre Brings In a Fortune

Rochester-Piece Theatre is back again with the second show of the 2018-2019 Season. This time we head to the Fielding Stage for a story of destiny and desires and dreams. We chat with the two main characters from Fortune, Lena Kaminsky & Ian Lowe, written and directed by Deborah Zoe Laufer, and...
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Keep Your Friends Close, and Your Neighbors One House Over

The end of the 2017-2018 season at Geva Theatre is coming to a close, but not before we have some additional shows to see before then! One House Over may be one of my new favorite plays, and is by far one of the most relatable plays you could ever see. Sure, most places say that there's something...
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Home is Where The Heartland Is

Home is where the heart is, right? But does that mean where you're born, or where you're from? Geva is home to another World Premiere, Heartland. On the Fielding Stage until April 1st, Justine speaks with Mari Vial-Golden about being 1/3 of the talented cast portraying a beautiful story of language...
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Rochester-Piece Theatre Meets Anne Frank

"...in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart" -Anne Frank It's a reminder we all need every once and a while, and Geva Theatre's production of The Diary of Anne Frank is arriving at a perfect time. I had the honor of talking with Steve Hendrickson (Otto Frank)...
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Rochester-Piece Theatre is back with The Other Josh Cohen!

The Other Josh Cohen is hard to explain, but not hard to enjoy. On this episode of Rochester Piece Theatre, we talk with The Other Josh Cohen co-creator and Rochester native, Steve Rosen. We learn about the fateful night that planted the seeds that would grow into The Other Josh Cohen, along with...
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