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Sybarite 5 to perform repertoire from Radiohead to Mozart at SUNY Oswego

Sybarite 5, a string quintet known to play Radiohead and Led Zeppelin as well as the classics, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29, in Sheldon Hall ballroom as part of the college's Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series.

String quintet Sybarite 5 will bring its eras-bridging style to SUNY Oswego at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29, at Sheldon Hall ballroom as part of the Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series. The group has taken audiences by storm across the U.S., helping change the perception of chamber music performance, event organizers said. Critics say that from the moment their bows hit the strings, this quintet of talented, diverse musicians takes the audience on an exciting ride that engages the senses and redefines the rules.

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Tales From the Netherlands: Montreal’s Mystery is revealed at last

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While progressive rock may stand as a bad word in some sectors of the sonic world, the Dutch have always harbored a special affinity for this extended and cerebral brand of music. So it comes as no surprise that the stars aligned themselves perfectly on May 10, 2013, when Montreal based prog-rock band Mystery took to the stage of the Boerderij Cultuurpodium in Zoetermeer, Netherlands. The end result is the group’s first-ever live release, Tales from the Netherlands, an astounding ride through the band’s recent catalogue that could also serve as the perfect jumping on point for the uninitiated.

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Sandra Scott Travels: Enjoy The View at Letchworth State Park

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Letchworth State Park is located 35 miles southwest of Rochester and 60 miles southeast of Buffalo in Livingston and Wyoming counties. The park is roughly 17 miles long, covering 14,350 acres of land along the Genesee River with three major waterfalls and several lesser ones. The largest is 107 feet high. The canyon was carved by the river over thousands of years with some of the cliffs nearly 600 feet above the river. John and I have been to Letchworth several times and it is at its loveliest in the fall.

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Fulton Community Theatre Presents Last of the Red Hot Lovers

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Neil Simon’s classic comedy about the foibles of middle age comes to Fulton this November as Fulton Community Theatre proudly presents “Last of the Red Hot Lovers.” The play, which closes out FCT’s 24th season, will run weekends, November 8, 9, 15, and 16 at Tavern On The Lock, 24 S. First St. The comedy will be presented as a dinner theatre offering, with Saturday dinners beginning at 6 p.m. with a 7:30 p.m. showtime.

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Eden Faith Wilson

Eden Faith Wilson was born in Oswego Hospital on Oct. 11, 2014.

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Brian Savage III

Brian Savage III was born in Oswego Hospital on Oct. 9, 2014.

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Ethan Merritt

Ethan Merritt was born in Oswego Hospital on Oct. 9, 2014.

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How Many Politicians Does It Take To Change A Light Bulb?

The city of Fulton could save a quarter-million dollars each year with more energy efficient street lights but a state roadblock makes it impossible for the local municipality to make the change. “It’s wrong,” Fulton resident Dennis Merlino said. “We should be allowed to change a light bulb.”

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DSS Goes Purple for Domestic Violence Month

In recognition of October being Domestic Violence Month, employees from the Oswego County Department of Social Services donned purple shirts, to raise awareness of domestic violence in Oswego County and support the efforts of Oswego County Opportunities’ Services to Aid Families program. To raise awareness and funds for SAF, DSS Senior Social Welfare Examiner Stephanie Hoxie, along with senior team members Linda Rebbette and Jackie Koster, coordinated a drive to sell purple T-shirts emblazoned with “Break the Silence…Stop the Violence” to DSS employees.

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