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Now that we know it for 9 days in June, back to the other 356 days of ... Live jazz in ROC, March 21-27

While you're looking for jazz here for the other 356 days of the year, the CGI Rochester International Jazz Festival announced their lineup on Tuesday.  As usual there is are some gems and a lot for someone like me, who loves to explore music, to dig into.  More later ... but now we return to your regularly scheduled (jazz) programming! Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Sign up for our email list to get your ...
Tags: Greece, Jazz, Rochester, Cornell, Hanna, Jane, Roc, Brockport, ESM, Buffalo State University, Dave Holland, Eastman School of Music, Boney James, Kenny Barron, Ann Mitchell, Alan Murphy


Maple Leafs Swat Sabres – Tavares & Matthews With 2 Each

BUFFALO, N.Y. — John Tavares and Auston Matthews each had a goal and assist, and the Toronto Maple Leafs won for just the second time in six games, beating the Buffalo Sabres 4-2 on Wednesday night. Mitchell Marner and Zach Hyman, into an empty net, also scored and the Maple Leafs inched to within four points of the idle Boston Bruins in the race for second place in the Atlantic Division standings. Garret Sparks stopped 22 shots for Toronto, which was playing on consecutive nights after a 3-0...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Atlantic, San Jose, Rochester, Buffalo, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Babcock, St Louis, Sharks, Ottawa, Sparks, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens


World Video Game Hall of Fame to announce 2019 finalists

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — This year’s finalists for the World Video Game Hall of Fame are about to be revealed. Hall officials say they will announce the Class of 2019 contenders on Thursday morning. The winners will be inducted May 2. Players can weigh in by casting a “Player’s Choice” ballot through March 28 at […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Rochester, Hall


227 years later, George Washington's gift to famed Iroquois chief returned to Senecas

The pipe-tomahawk was stolen from the New York State Museum sometime before 1950 before an anonymous donor returned it in 2018.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: News, Rochester, George Washington, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, New York State Museum, Senecas


The Flying Apes

Joe Schmucker writes: I'll soon have paid off my business loan early. As soon as I finish paying it off, Sarah will allow me to fly again. In Nov 2015, I bought the business unit I created while employed at a local company here in Buffalo. I took out a five year loan and told my wife I wouldn’t fly again until I paid off the loan. That way if I bit the dust while flying she wouldn’t lose our collateral on the loan. I’ve almost paid it off. Of course I will have to get back...
Tags: Rochester, Buffalo, Sarah, Buffalo NY, Joe Schmucker, Henry Boesl


ACP invests $41 mln in eHealth Technologies

Aldrich Capital Partners has invested $41 million in eHealth Technologies. Based in West Henrietta, New York, eHealth is a provider of medical record retrieval and organization services and image-enabled HIEs. PRESS RELEASE WEST HENRIETTA, N.Y. and VIENNA, Va., March 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Aldrich Capital Partners (ACP), an investment firm based in Vienna, Virginia, announced it has invested $41M in West Henrietta-based, eHealth Technologies, the national leading provider of medical reco...
Tags: Trends, Vienna, Washington Dc, Healthcare, Silicon Valley, Rochester, Andrew Cuomo, Twitter Facebook, ACP, Hie, Monroe County, PE Deals, Vienna Virginia, West Henrietta New York, Aldrich Capital Partners, Aldrich Capital Partners ACP


Phil Housley’s Seat Is Red Hot

The Buffalo Sabres’ post-game answers have become as cliché as they get. The excuses flow faster than outlet passes from their zone. The blank stares match their scoreboard total. There’s talk about adding jam to their game. Competing. Digging deeper. It’s a broken record. “I don’t know what else to do. I don’t know what to say,” said a stymied Kyle Okposo after the Sabres dropped their sixth straight game, 5-0 to the Pittsburgh Penguins.  The Sabres are 0-5-1 in their last six, 7-17-3 in t...
Tags: Florida, Usa, Sport, Rochester, Kim, Hockey, NHL, Hall of Fame, New York Islanders, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Bruce Bennett Getty, Jeff Skinner, Sabres


St. Patrick’s Day parades in the US

Admittedly, it’s fun to get out and slosh yourself silly in green beer on St. Patrick’s Day. And in some cities — like Chicago, New York, and Boston — you’ll find millions of people who agree with you crowding the streets for the rowdiest St. Paddy’s parties of the year. The problem, of course, is that most of those people had Guinness for breakfast too, so by parade time things can get a little… sloppy. There are, however, smaller destinations around the country with celebrations that are ju...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Boston, US, America, Chicago, Buffalo Bills, Rochester, Dublin, All, El Paso, Atlantic Ocean, Wendy, West Palm Beach, West Texas, Sunshine State


The Role of Small Bar Associations in Technology Competence

I spent last Friday with the good people of the Monroe County Bar Association in Rochester, N.Y. at their second-annual Solo and Small Firm Conference. From speaking with and listening to lawyers there, I was reminded of how far we still have to go in getting lawyers up to speed on technology. But it was also a demonstration of the important role a small bar can play in educating lawyers about tech. I discuss my observations and thoughts on this for my column this week at Above the Law: Small Fi...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Rochester, Bob Ambrogi, Tech Competence, Monroe County Bar Association


In case you're looking, you can find ... Live jazz music in and around ROC, March 14-20

Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Sign up for our email list to get your local jazz goodness every week (plus, whatever else I publish from time to time).  We just hit 500 subscribers (but always could use some more...). Check us out on social media (links at the top of the column to the right). Whatever floats your boat.... By the way, Jazz 90.1 began their Spring Pledge Drive on Monday. If you're ready to t...
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, Cornell, Roc, Watkins, Buffalo State University, Dave Holland, Eastman School of Music, Pat Metheny, Kenny Barron, Alan Murphy, Charley Brown, Jazz Around Town, Greg Bell, Eric Marienthal, Nelson Rangell


NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman expected to plead guilty in sex-cult case

Nancy Salzman faces a single count of racketeering conspiracy and is accused of stealing email addresses and passwords from perceived enemies.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: News, Rochester, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Nxivm, Nancy Salzman


The Role of Small Bar Associations in Technology Competence

I spent last Friday with the good people of the Monroe County Bar Association in Rochester, N.Y. at their second-annual Solo and Small Firm Conference. From speaking with and listening to lawyers there, I was reminded of how far we still have to go in getting lawyers up to speed on technology. But it was also a demonstration of the important role a small bar can play in educating lawyers about tech. I discuss my observations and thoughts on this for my column this week at Above the Law: Small Fi...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Rochester, Tech Competence, Monroe County Bar Association


Sabres ‘Snipeshow’ – Is Nylander Ready for the Show?

With Buffalo Sabres captain Jack Eichel given a two-game timeout by the NHL Department of Player Safety for his headshot on Colorado Avalanche forward Carl Soderberg, Alex Nylander has been recalled from the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League. Nylander, nicknamed Snipeshow and owner of the handle @snipeshow98 on Twitter, will get his first taste of NHL action this season when the Sabres host the Dallas Stars Tuesday night. Alexander Nylander is set to make his season debut with t...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Dallas, Vancouver, Rochester, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Taylor, Calgary, Edmonton, Tampa Bay Lightning, Kim Klement, Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres


Slumping Sabres call up Alexander Nylander from minors

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The slumping Buffalo Sabres have recalled forward Alexander Nylander from the minors. Nylander is Buffalo’s first-round pick in the 2016 draft and has a career-high 12 goals and 31 points in 49 games with AHL Rochester this season. The move on Sunday marks the first time Nylander has been called up […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Rochester, Buffalo, AHL, Buffalo Sabres, Nylander, Alexander Nylander


Boiling Mad? It Might Not Be Anger After All

Sometimes, a cigar is just a cigar, as Freud may or may not have said. That is, sometimes anger is just anger. You’re annoyed or aggravated, because you’re genuinely annoyed or aggravated. But other times, anger sits on the surface while other emotions and past experiences swim underneath. According to Chris Boyd, a psychotherapist in Vancouver, these underlying emotions might include: “fear, shame, rejection, exhaustion, embarrassment, stress, disappointment, powerlessness, envy, sadness...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Stress, Self-help, Anger Management, Vancouver, Rochester, Anger, Frustration, Freud, Douglas, Mental Health And Wellness, Marriage And Divorce, Boyd, Chris Boyd


HVS Market Pulse: Rochester, MN – Medicine at the Forefront of Development | By Justin Westad

The healthcare sector is the cornerstone of the Rochester market, represented largely by entities such as the Mayo Clinic, Saint Mary's Hospital, and Rochester Methodist Hospital, which is visited by over 1.3 million patients per year. After years of expansion and growth, the Downtown Rochester market is expected to receive an even bigger boost with approximately $5.6 billion of public and private investment injected over the next 20 years through the Destination Medical Center Initiative...
Tags: Travel, Rochester, Downtown Rochester, Justin Westad, Mayo Clinic Saint Mary s Hospital, Rochester Methodist Hospital


Cumberland leads Oakland past Youngstown St. 88-84

ROCHESTER, Mich. (AP) — Jaevin Cumberland had 23 points as Oakland narrowly beat Youngstown State 88-84 in the Horizon Conference Tournament quarterfinals on Wednesday night. The Golden Grizzlies made 8 of 9 free throws in the final minute to protect a 79-71 lead. Tray Maddox Jr. had 19 points for Oakland (16-16). Xavier Hill-Mais added […]
Tags: News, Sports, Rochester, Oakland, Mich AP, Youngstown, Youngstown State, Golden Grizzlies, Jaevin Cumberland, Xavier Hill Mais, Tray Maddox Jr


If you look (here) you'll find some ... Live jazz in Rochester, March 7th-13th

Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Sign up for our email list to get your local jazz goodness every week (plus, whatever else I publish from time to time).  We just hit 500 subscribers (but always could use some more...). Check us out on social media (links at the top of the column to the right). Whatever floats your boat.... If you hear about something that I haven't added below, please drop me a line (use th...
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, Cornell, Joseph, Bill Stewart, Vinny, Hanna, Buffalo State University, Dave Holland, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Kenny Barron, Alan Murphy, Salvatore, Charley Brown, Party House


Former priest at the heart of Catholic Church sex scandal in Minnesota dies

Removed from ministry in 1985 and the priesthood in 2009, Thomas Adamson lived out his final days in Rochester. He died last week at age 85.
Tags: Minnesota, Catholic Church, Rochester, Thomas Adamson


How will New York State's "Red Flag" law actually work?

From WXXI, 03/04/19. New York's so-called "red flag" law takes effect in about six months. It authorizes teachers, school administrators, and others to petition a court for the removal of guns from individuals who they believe pose a serious threat to themselves or others. “The petitioner has to show clear and convincing proof that the person in question is likely to engage in dangerous conduct,” said Rochester attorney David Tennant, a former co-chair of the New York State Bar Associati...
Tags: Health, New York, Rochester, David Tennant, Infertility, New York State, New York State Bar Association, David G Markham, WXXI


Funeral Plans For Ted Lindsay

via Kirkland Crawford of the Detroit Free Press, On Friday, fans can view the body of Detroit Red Wings great Ted Lindsay at Little Caesars Arena. The doors will be open for No. 7 from 9:07 a.m. to 7:07 p.m. Lindsay died on Monday at age 93. The A.J. Desmond & Sons Funeral Home announced that at its Vasu, Rodgers & Connell Chapel in Royal Oak, a visitation for family and close friends will be from 2-7 p.m. Thursday, followed by a scripture series. A funeral mass, also for family a...
Tags: Sport, Michigan, Rochester, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Free Press, Lindsay, Ted Lindsay, Little Caesars Arena, Kirkland Crawford, Vasu Rodgers Connell Chapel, St Andre Catholic Church


Giving Thanks For Your Food in Public

It's easy to forget to say grace when out of the house. But its something I believe Christians should make a point to do. Do you? Here's the latest from my blog relating to the subject of the public display of your faith. https://growingfromscratch.com/2019/...play-of-faith/ "It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….. still! Staring at the aftermath of unprecedented snowfall measures as we exit February, it reminds me of a couple of things. It hearkens my mind back to the crazy April blizz...
Tags: Rochester, Weapon, Religious Discussion


NY woman says nun told her she was ‘inviting rape’ before assaulting her as a child

A five-figure compensation package has been offered to a New York woman who says she was sexually assaulted by former principal Sister Janice Nadeau.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: New York, News, Rochester, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Janice Nadeau


New sex abuse lawsuits against Catholic priests could push NY dioceses to bankruptcy

The Child Victims Act in New York gives those sexually abused by Catholic priests a new window to file lawsuits. Over $220 million has been paid.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: New York, News, Rochester, Catholic, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle


A wave of fresh abuse accusations against Catholic priests has been unleashed in New York

Expect a wave of fresh allegations in the coming months that Catholic clergy in New York engaged in sexual abuse of children.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: New York, News, Rochester, Catholic, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle


Frederick Douglass’ family and the roots of social justice

Frederick Douglass. Just the name alone is enough to inspire us to think of a life lived in activism and an unceasing fight for social justice. But there are other names in the life story of Frederick Douglass that are far more unknown to us, those of his daughters and sons: Rosetta, Lewis Henry, Frederick Jr., Charles Remond and Annie Douglass.The Douglass family worked tirelessly as civil rights activists, radical reformers, public educators, typographers, printers, proof-readers, business cor...
Tags: Books, Featured, Virginia, Massachusetts, US, America, History, Rosetta, Rochester, Annie, Social Justice, Black History Month, Andrew Taylor, Brown, New Bedford, Frederick Douglass


Howsaboutsum ... Live jazz in Rochester, NY, February 28th-March 6th?

Every Wednesday, every week, you'll find the next seven days of jazz in and around Rochester right here on JazzRochester. Sign up for our email list to get your local jazz goodness every week (plus, whatever else I publish from time to time).  We just hit 500 subscribers (but always could use some more...). Check us out on social media (links at the top of the column to the right). Whatever floats your boat.... Start here, but if you hear about something that I haven't added below, please drop m...
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, Newark, Cornell, Michael, Clinton, Joseph, Bill Stewart, Hanna, Watkins, Pittsford, Dave Holland, Pat Metheny, John Scofield, Kenny Barron, Craig Snyder


Momo challenge: How a creepy internet meme could be teaching your child how to commit suicide

Momo is an internet character that has been linked to several suicides around the world.            [Author: Rochester Democrat and Chronicle]
Tags: News, Rochester, Momo, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle