FOOD & DRINK
attica, NY Residents: Your Future Cats Best Friend Awaits!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near attica.
Thanksgiving Brunch at Byrnclilff Resort- November 26, 2023- Varysburg, NY
Thanksgiving Brunch at Byrncliff Resort on November 26,2023 from 10am to 1pm. Adults are $29.95, kids 6-12 are $12.95 and kids 3 and under are free. Call for reservations at 585-535-7300. Directions. Route 400, East Aurora Exit. Turn left on Route 20A/EA Exit. 15-20 minutes it is on the right-...
Savoring Dansville: A Journey Through 4 Must-Try Traditional American Dishes
In this article, we're exploring four traditional American cuisines found right in Dansville. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If so, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Jell-O: A Wobbly Wonder in Le Roy's Sweet Spot
Le Roy, New York, may appear to be your typical small town, but it's renowned for a particular wobbly and sweet creation: Jell-O. This gelatin dessert has wiggled its way into American culture, and the Jell-O Gallery Museum in Le Roy is dedicated to showcasing the fascinating history and evolution of this beloved treat. A visit to the museum is a trip down memory lane, offering insights into the dessert's luxurious Victorian past and its zenith as a mid-century culinary staple.
The Enchanting Legend of Hunt Hollow Ski Club: A Private Winter Haven
Since 1967, the Hunt Hollow Ski Club in Hunt, NY, has been an exclusive retreat for snowsports lovers. Founded by a trio of visionaries, the club opened its slopes in January 1968, offering a private sanctuary where the sport and camaraderie blend seamlessly into the winter landscape. Overlooking the south end of Honeoye Lake, the club's 825-foot vertical drop and 80 acres of varied terrain provide members a breathtaking experience, from the gentle greens to the daunting 'The Gauntlet' trail.
Missing dog in Le Roy
This dog took off chasing a deer on Linwood Avenue in Le Roy around 5 p.m. Monday, and has not been seen since, owner Joshua Wallace says. The Batavian was given updated information, and the dog was last seen at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. If anyone spots the pooch, please call...
David A. Howe celebrates ukuleles, and “The Ukuladies”
This Saturday catch a concert and ukulele expo at 1pm. The library will soon have ukuleles! And library patrons will be able to check them out, take them home, and learn a new instrument at no cost! To celebrate this new addition to the library of things, the library is hosting a concert and demonstration by The Ukuladies, a ukulele duo from Alfred, on Saturday, November 25, at 1 p.m. in the Howe Gallery.
Eerie Echoes of the Past: Unveiling the Haunted History of The Avon Inn
The Avon Inn, a historic gem nestled in the heart of Avon, is not just renowned for its architectural splendor and illustrious past—it also boasts a haunted reputation that intrigues both guests and paranormal experts alike. Built around 1840, this grand Greek revival building has served as a residence, a health sanitarium, and a host to celebrities like George Eastman and Katharine Hepburn. Yet, it’s the stories of spectral residents that captivate the imagination, with reports of ghostly apparitions and mysterious sounds that suggest some guests from bygone eras never truly departed.
One year until the opening of MSN Warsaw on plac Defilad
Rendering of the entrance to the new building of Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Rendering by Beauty and the Bit. WARSAW.- The new home of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw will open to the public in the autumn of 2024. To mark the occasion, MSN Warsaw will hold the biggest exhibition in its history of artworks from the museum’s own collection, which has steadily grown since it was founded almost 20 years ago. It will also be the first opportunity to fully experience the space of the building on Plac Defilad and its potential to shape the city around it. An extensive agenda of accompanying events is being prepared for visitors, along with the next, 16th edition of the Warsaw Under Construction festival..
How to help Geneseo’s stray cat population
Here at Geneseo, there is a considerable stray cat population. Though the exact number is unknown, the small town of Geneseo is home to hundreds of stray, and some feral, cats that have taken residence on the outskirts of campus, in areas near Orchard Street, and alongside residential blocks adjacent to Main Street. This is an issue which goes unnoticed by many, excluding the street’s residents, as the number of cats present within the community seems to be skyrocketing.
Men's Hair Cuts
JUST A CUT: FAMILY HAIRCUTS; new location: 6455 Begole Rd Mt.Morris, formerly Build A Burger. Open 10-6 M-F, walkins, & appt's if preferred. 585-658-3036.
Chronicling history: new book reveals how national events impacted local citizens
Image Genesee County Historian Michael Eula in his office with some of his research material and books of photographs for his new book, "Historic Chronicles of Genesee County." Photo by Joanne Beck While significant events were happening on the national stage — the assassinations of prominent political motivators, the Cold War, the New Deal and open racism with the existence of slavery — folks right here had their own thoughts, feelings, and ideologies that unfolded into the Genesee County landscape.These details have been unearthed through the research and documentation of Genesee County Historian Michael Eula for his upcoming book, “Historic Chronicles of Genesee County.”
ACE movie night
On Thursday, Nov. 9, the Alliance for Community Enrichment (ACE) hosted a free movie night on campus. The event was hosted in Wadsworth Auditorium and started at 9 p.m. ACE describes its goal on campus as “to promote and encourage the growth of a diverse environment for all students in the Geneseo community. ACE will be a committee, which shall increase the presence of cultural and historically underrepresented communities (including, but not limited to racial, ethnic, gender, sexuality, and ability) on the Geneseo campus by advocating and through the use of collaboration and programming.” Events like this movie comprise efforts to foster this goal.
The Arcade & Attica Railroad: From Historic Freight Line to Cherished Tourist Experience
In the verdant expanses of Western New York, the Arcade & Attica Railroad (A&A) is a living chronicle of American railroading history. Established in the 19th century, it has played a crucial role in connecting the rural locales of Arcade and North Java. Despite facing challenges like the catastrophic Tonawanda Creek washout in 1957, the A&A Railroad has shown remarkable resilience, transitioning from steam to diesel in 1941 with a groundbreaking General Electric diesel engine acquisition, ensuring its survival through economic tumult.
Geneseo’s Creative Writing Club
Geneseo’s Creative Writing Club is a student-led organization focused on workshopping and developing creative writing skills among peers. The club is open to any and all students interested in writing, not just those who are members of the English department. Any aspiring writers or people who take pleasure in writing are encouraged to come to their weekly meetings, where they can receive feedback, tips, and exercise their writing skills with short prompts. The group meets weekly, every Thursday at 7 pm. in Bailey Hall, room 102. Meetings are open to any students who are interested.
GO-Art! receives piece of pie for culinary kitchen project
In a bid for a piece of a New York State $5.1 million pie, Genesee County will feast on a bit of that dessert in GO-ART!’s culinary kitchen with an award of $32,775. The state Homes and Community Renewal announced the grant awards as part of Round XIII of the Regional Economic Development Council Initiative that was opened to municipalities and nonprofit organizations.