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Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, the 104-year-old arts organization in Utica, has rebranded to clarify their identity and shared their vision for the future of the arts campus. more
Keep an eye to the sky this week for a chance to see a planetary hangout. more
Four days of events and exhibitions are on tap for Spring Weekend from March 30 to April 2 at Munson-Williams, 310 Genesee St. more

Adirondack Railbike Adventures announced a new brand campaign, including a new logo, slogan, and brand identity, reflecting the company’s growth as a major tourism destination. more
“Don’t sacrifice who you are just to get ahead, and don’t leave your roots because someone said you should or need to.” more
Lively fiddle tunes and Irish songs will fill the Kirkland Art Center, 9 1/2 E. Park Row, from 5-7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 18. more
The Creed franchise comes to a potentially satisfying conclusion with “Creed III,” another boxing movie with heart and a successful directorial debut for star Michael B. Jordan. more
The Black Knights Winter Guard, along with the Rome Free Academy Marching Black Knights, will host the second annual Copper City Classic Winter Guard Show. more
“I have my three grandsons and my daughter. I enjoy being around them. That’s what I live for. Them.” — Susan Delahunt, of Rome, 1951-2015. more
Rome Country Club has made many enhancements to provide for another successful year. more
Peter Parker is still Spider-Man. Clark Kent is still Superman. But the Ravenswood comic book shop in New Hartford looks a little different these days. more
Griffo Green? Peace Park? Or both? Where should the next installation in the city’s new Art Walk go? more
Parishioners of St. Volodymyr the Great Ukrainian Catholic Church and community supporters joined Ukrainian churches all over the world in praying for the end of Russia’s war on Ukraine. more
Local residents can get ready for the Academy Award season at View, the center for arts and culture at 3273 Route 28, with a special screening of the five Oscar-nominated Animated Shorts. more
Jervis Public Library has announced new events for this week. more
The public is invited to grab an ice-cold drink and watch the flame-filled spectacle of the Raku Fire and Ice Bar event from 3-6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24. more
A Rome native recently released his second book, “Snoozy Suzy and the Curse of the Twilight People,” available at Barnes and Noble Booksellers and more
It’s not very common for the Mohawk Valley to experience a thunderstorm well into winter, but that surprise was exactly what Mother Nature brought with her Friday morning. more
The City of Rome along with the project consultant, CLA Site, will host the first of three public meetings Thursday, Feb. 23. more
It’s a given that when the Great Backyard Bird Count begins today, Steve and Janet Kistler of Hart County, Kentucky, will be joining in. more
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