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Novelist, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest Ruth Ozeki will present the Winton J. Tolles Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 in the Hamilton College Chapel. more
The Adirondacks are known for its breathtaking fall views which typically arrive when the crowds from the summer begin to thin out and cooler temperatures arrive. more
Beautiful fall colors continue to emerge across New York — with foliage expected to be at or beyond midpoint of change this weekend in parts of several regions. more
Think of the stories that headstones could tell if they could talk. more
The new exhibit, “Utica Shoes? Who Knew!,” which tells the story of another major industry in Utica that often gets overlooked, opens at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1. more
The Utica Zoo is looking to reopen its doors this week after a recent inspection by the United States Department of Agriculture caused them to close for several days. more
The Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library offers more than just a world of reading for its patrons, says new Director Bill Loveland. more
The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties hosted its first 24-hour day of giving, “Mohawk Valley Gives,” to benefit local nonprofits serving the two counties. more
Beautiful fall foliage is beginning to pop out in several corners of New York State, with some significant early color changes expected in the higher elevations of the Adirondacks and Catskills. more
The Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation has announced that Utica Monday Nite has been awarded a multi-year Levitt AMP Grant Award. more
This is the first 2022 I LOVE NY Fall Foliage Report for New York State. more
The Oneida Indian Nation held a groundbreaking celebration to mark the beginning of construction of its new community and cultural center. more
The Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc. has teamed with local non-profits for a night of fun, raffles, music, an auction, food and more at Copper City Brewing Company. more
The 58th Annual Madison County Craft Festival drew large crowds and local crafters and artisans were more than happy to talk with them and offer their goods. more
The National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection Program has awarded $71,630 to Binghamton University to continue conducting limited archaeological excavations. more
In recognition of Banned Books Week, Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 236 W. Dominick St., is organizing Speak Your Peace: A Spoken Word Celebration of Banned Books Week. more
Join the Oneida County History Center, 1608 Genesee St., for an exclusive screening of this locally produced documentary that tells a gripping story of damage and healing. more
You will be longing for a better movie after watching the anemic love story in “Three Thousand Years of Longing.” more
Check out these upcoming activities at Jervis Public Library. more
As we have been recently reminded by the Netflix documentary — “Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99” was anything but “3 Days of Peace and Music” like people insist the original Woodstock (’69) … more
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