Past posts: April, 2012

Mayor Tom Richards delivered the 2012 State of the City address Monday night, the first of his administration. Richards was … Continue reading

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  Gibbs St. is the heart of the Jazz Festival. For nine days, the city closes the small stretch between … Continue reading

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The Buffalo Bills plan to spend $200 million in upgrades to Ralph Wilson Stadium. What if the city, state and … Continue reading

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Links of the Day: – Time Warner Cable is experiencing an massive outage in the Rochester area. There are no … Continue reading

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Links of the Day: – New York City released more than 870,000 photographs from its municipal archives, putting them in … Continue reading

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When you think of a graffiti artist, Ian Wilson is not the guy who comes to mind. The Brooklyn native … Continue reading

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Links of the Day: – Why is it that everyone caught up in a scandal has a damning Facebook page? … Continue reading

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A large development is planned at Canal Ponds Office Park in Gates. The $24 million, 21-acre, canal-side project would be … Continue reading

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Xerox has a new promotional video called “A World Made Simpler…by Xerox.” Xerox uses document imagery throughout the video, as … Continue reading

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Links of the Day: – Bausch + Lomb’s CEO talked to the Wall Street Journal about his two-year tenure. Brent … Continue reading

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