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A Day for Every Type of Mother (Utica Blog)

Monni and Donovan. Photo Courtesy of the Utica Zoo
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Ways to Spend Mother’s Day in Utica Alternatives to Candy and Flowers for Mother’s Day Have you exhausted your flower supply for the past five Mother’s Days? Are you looking for a new way to show the woman who gave birth to you, raised you, and put up with all of your antics, just how [...]

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The 18th Century Garden Fair Returns to Herkimer Home (Utica Blog)

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It is Spring in the 1700s A Preview of the Herkimer Home Spring and Garden Fair According to the HerkimerTelegram.com, the Herkimer Home has recently received $100,000 in state funding, and what better way to celebrate than to once again host the 18th Century Garden Fair? Always a popular event, visitors are able to see how [...]

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Honeymoon from Hell: An Interactive Murder Mystery on April 22nd (Utica Blog)

A Murder Mystery Dinner at Beardslee Castle in Little Falls. Photo Courtsey of Beardslee Castle
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SS AMORE to ‘dock’ at the Players of Utica Theater Players of Utica Bring a Mystery-Comedy to the Stage Any fan of crime scene television and films, or murder mystery novels will want to attend Eileen Moushey’s Honeymoon from Hell! a comedy-murder mystery dessert theater. The SS AMORE, a honeymoon cruise ship that is lacking [...]

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Get Ready to Board the Titanic … At the Stanley (Utica Blog)

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The Titanic Wine and Chocolate Festival Get Ready to Board the Titanic … At the Stanley The RMS Titanic sank on April 14, 1912, but the woeful tale of the shipwreck and its survivors continues to rise in pop culture and sentimentality. As the Titanic nears its 100th anniversary at the ocean floor, interest in [...]

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Yes, Utica has a Roller Derby League

The CNY Roller. Photo by Arlene Taylor
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Utica’s Roller Derby League The Phenomenon Takes Over Central New York A float carrying waving children and shaped like a roller skate made its way through Oneida Circle and onto Genesee Street on March 17th in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Painted all in black with white laces, mint green and gold trim, emerald shamrock [...]

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It’s the Month of the Irish! (Utica Blog)

St. Patrick's Day Parade. Photo Courtesy of City of Utica
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It’s the Month of the Irish in Utica Unleash Your Inner Irish all Month Long Let’s face it, the best part about being Irish-American is the month-long celebration of everything green. Yes, St. Patrick’s Day may only last one day (March 17th), but there is so much to do throughout the month. It would be [...]

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Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Explores Graphic Literature (Utica Blog)

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Come Learn the History of the Future Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Explores Graphic Literature (Utica Blog) Did you know that in some classrooms graphic novels are replacing traditional textbooks? The practice has mostly been popular in college classes, but with low test scores and general disinterest amongst students, teachers are seeking new ways to stimulate. It [...]

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College Events for the Month of February (Utica Blog)

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College Events for the Month of February (Utica Blog) Fun Events at Utica’s Colleges in February You may not realize it, but we have several colleges located here in the Utica area. Utica College and the Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) are two you have probably heard of. But there are also SUNY IT, Pratt [...]

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Don’t Blink and Miss Wink (Utica Blog)

Wink and Co. Photo by Amanda Taylor
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Wink & Co., Utica, NY, Review A Cool Coffee and Consignment Shop in Utica NY It may seem like you are on a quest to find a hidden gem. As with all treasures worth finding, you have to brave a few unpleasant things. A side alley turned wind tunnel on a ferocious winter day, for [...]

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Have You Heard about the Kirkland Art Center? (Utica Blog)

The Kirkland Art Center. Photo by Amanda Taylor
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Kirkland Art Center, Utica, NY: Winter Enrollment and Upcoming Events Kirkland Art Center Makes Strides The Kirkland Art Center (KAC) has come a long way since its humble beginnings in the second floor of the Kirkland town library. Started in December of 1960 by artist Howard Cheney with the goal of providing art education beyond [...]

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