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Jewish book festival marking 23 years

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester’s Lane Dworkin Jewish Book Festival, now in its 23rd year, features award-winning authors who cover a range of topics from international politics, finance, history, comedy, spirituality and rock ‘n’ roll. The theme is ...

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‘The Daily Record’ announces Attorneys of the Year winners

Fifteen Rochester area attorneys will be honored by The Daily Record on Nov. 5 when it recognizes its 2015 Attorneys of the Year Award winners. Thirteen attorneys will be honored as Leaders in Law, recognizing tremendous dedication to the legal ...

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Muldoon’s ‘how to’ book offers solid advice

Gary Muldoon’s decades of lawyering experience in the public and private sectors gives him significant credibility as the author of The Education of a Lawyer: Essential Skills and Uncommon Advice for Building a Successful Career. His years of classroom experience ...

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PGA Championship to return to Oak Hill for 4th time

PITTSFORD — The PGA Championship is returning to Oak Hill in 2023 for the fourth time. Jason Dufner won the PGA Championship when it was held two years ago at Oak Hill in Pittsford. Shaun Micheel won the previous time ...

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Comcast teeing up new services targeted at millennials

Comcast, which became a TV powerhouse by signing up Generation Xers, baby boomers and their parents, now is fighting for millennial eyeballs. The TV giant is investing in online media outlets like BuzzFeed and Vox that attract young viewers. It’s ...

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You still use a landline? FCC OKs new phone rules

The Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules designed to help people reach 911 and prepare for changes in home phone service as the old copper network that powers it gets replaced. Companies such as AT&T and Verizon will have ...

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Ground breaks for new National Comedy Center

Not far from where Lucille Ball was born, officials broke ground Saturday on a new National Comedy Center expected to draw more than 114,000 visitors annually and generate more than $23 million in local economic activity. The $45 million center ...

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Chinese media slam human rights lawyers

China’s state media on Tuesday accused more than two dozen human rights lawyers rounded up in recent days of being troublemakers intent on illegal activism, as foreign governments and rights groups expressed growing concern over the crackdown. The human rights ...

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Film about Judge Telesca making an April debut

A new documentary film, “Dedicated to Justice: Hon. Michael Telesca,” will make a national premiere at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8 at The Strong. The film, by Matthew Spaull, is about the life and work of the Hon. Michael Telesca, ...

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COA launches podcasts

The first “amici” podcast in a new series launched Monday by the state Office of Court Administration includes a conversation on indigent legal services with William Leahy, director of the state Office of Indigent Legal Services. The amici podcast series ...

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Film about Judge Telesca making an April debut

A new documentary film, “Dedicated to Justice: Hon. Michael Telesca,” will make a national premiere at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8 at The Strong. The film, by Matthew Spaull, is about the life and work of the Hon. Michael Telesca, ...

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