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Registration is now open for the 10-week fall session of the Capitol Theatre’s Rising Stars Youth Theatre classes.   more
Rome Art And Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., has added its eighth and final sculpture to its outdoor Sound Garden, located on the grounds of the art center, with a pathway guiding … more
From fashion sewing classes and ceramics, to drawing, jewelry making, studio painting and a Welding for Women intro class in sculpture, Munson-Williams Proctor Arts Institute fall Community … more
The star behind the scenes at Rome's Capitol Theatre is an original Möller theater pipe organ — installed at the Capitol in 1928 ... more
Magical finds and boho vibes, organizers of Freya Fest promise to bring intuitive readers, artisans, and holistic services together in celebration of all things magical. more
Peterboro was the center of the abolition movement, and to this day, its people continue its efforts to overcome racism and discrimination and to advocate for equal rights. more
A Camden native recently fulfilled a lifelong dream by appearing on NBC’s popular trivia game show, “Jeopardy!” Brianne Barker, associate professor and chair of Biology at Drew University, … more
Fusion Art & Gift Gallery, in The Photo Shoppe, 8584 Turin Road, will host an opening reception for its August Gallery show from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. more
If you’ve ever wanted to find a beginner-style superhero movie to ease your young children into the genre, the animated “DC League of Super-Pets” has got you covered. more
The Capitol is presenting its latest iteration of Summerstage under the direction of Peter Loftus, the first in three long years ... more
View, the Center for Arts and Culture will have members of the Central New York Watercolor Society once again lead the annual watercolor workshops ... more
“People expect artists to be eccentric, and I try not to disappoint them.” An accomplished artist and educator, Sandra Z. De Visser has left a legacy of influence on the next generation of … more
The Griffin Charitable Foundation (GCF) of Rome has gifted the Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc. $250,000 in support of its MOSART Center … more
Organizers of the annual Drums Along the Mohawk drum and bugle corps event, formerly held at Rome Free Academy Stadium on Turin Street, officially announced their retirement. more
At the Boonville-Oneida County Fair Cattle Show, it’s so “moo-ch” about family. more
Jervis Public Library, will offer a special Friday evening session of its popular Unplug & Play tabletop game program on Friday, July 29 ... more
The Utica Zoo recently installed a new Story Walk display developed by the Oneida Indian Nation and Colgate University in its children’s zoo section near the main entrance. more
A world-class deposit of rare and unusual Herkimer Diamond quartz crystals can be found a few miles outside the city of Little Falls. more
Mannheim Steamroller, will return to The Stanley Theatre on Wednesday, Dec. 7, for a 7:30 p.m. performance, according to a Monday announcement by theatre officials. more
When Julia Gallagher had her eyebrows shaped via microblading a few years back, the experience lit something inside her and there was no turning back. more
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