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February 2019

If Beale Street Could Talk screening (2019-Feb-11 @ 7 p.m.)

Monday, February 11 @ 19:0020:59
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen If Beale Street Could Talk (Barry Jenkins, U.S. 2018, 119 min.) "A woman in Harlem embraces her pregnancy while she and her family struggle to prove her fiancé innocent of a crime." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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Who Will Write Our History screening (2019-Feb-11 @ 9 p.m.)

Monday, February 11 @ 21:0022:35
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen Who Will Write Our History (Roberta Grossman, U.S. 2018, 95 min.) "Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, photographs, posters, and more, the Oyneg Shabes Archive is the most important cache of in-the-moment, eyewitness accounts from the Holocaust. It documents not only how the Jews of the ghetto died, but how they lived. The film is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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Tuesday Topic Lecture: "Advances and Trends in Technology and Media: Past, Present and Future" by Joe Born

Tuesday, February 12 @ 12:1212:52
Bausch and Lomb Library Building,
110 South Ave.
Rochester, New York 14604 United States
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At today's Tuesday Topics in Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Bausch and Lomb Library Building, Joe Born will present Advances and Trends in Technology and Media: Past, Present and Future.

Hear about some key technology advances in the past as well as some trends for 2019 and beyond. Learn about some of the many resources Central Library offers, including new items such as 'GoChip Beams,' with preloaded movies and wi-fi.

[source: Friends and Foundation of the Rochester Public Library mailing, 2018-Dec-31]

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Bathtubs Over Broadway screening (2019-Feb-12 @ 7 p.m.)

Tuesday, February 12 @ 19:0020:27
Little Theatre,
240 East Ave. #100
Rochester, New York 14604 United States
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The Little will screen Bathtubs Over Broadway (Dava Whisenant, U.S. 2018, 87 min.) as part of the One Take Documentary Series.

When he started as a comedy writer for the Late Show With David Letterman, Steve Young had few interests outside of his day job. But while gathering material for a segment on the show, Steve stumbled onto a few vintage record albums that would change his life forever.

Bizarre cast recordings – marked "internal use only" – revealed full-throated Broadway-style musical shows about some of the most recognizable corporations in America: General Electric, McDonald's, Ford, Dupont, Xerox. Steve didn't know much about musical theater, but these recordings delighted him in a way that nothing ever had.

Bathtubs Over Broadway follows Steve Young on his quest to find all he can about this hidden world. While tracking down rare albums, unseen footage, composers and performers, Steve forms unlikely friendships and discovers that this discarded musical genre starring tractors and bathtubs was bigger than Broadway.

[source: Little Theatre website, 2019-Jan-28]

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If Beale Street Could Talk screening (2019-Feb-12 @ 7 p.m.)

Tuesday, February 12 @ 19:0020:59
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen If Beale Street Could Talk (Barry Jenkins, U.S. 2018, 119 min.) "A woman in Harlem embraces her pregnancy while she and her family struggle to prove her fiancé innocent of a crime." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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Queen Christina screening (2019-Feb-12 @ 7:30 p.m.)

Tuesday, February 12 @ 19:3021:09
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen Queen Christina (Rouben Mamoulian, U.S. 1933, 99 min., 35mm) as part of the Winter Romance series.

Greta Garbo delivers one of her best performances as the beautiful and powerful Queen Christina of Sweden. Loosely based on the real Queen Christina, who assumed the throne in 1632 at the age of six, this fictionalized love story depicts one of the most highly educated women of the seventeenth century who often dressed as a man and had sworn off marriage. When Queen Christina unexpectedly falls in love with a Spanish ambassador, she must navigate a momentous choice between loyalty to her people and following her heart.

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2019-Jan-28]

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Who Will Write Our History screening (2019-Feb-12 @ 9 p.m.)

Tuesday, February 12 @ 21:0022:35
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen Who Will Write Our History (Roberta Grossman, U.S. 2018, 95 min.) "Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, photographs, posters, and more, the Oyneg Shabes Archive is the most important cache of in-the-moment, eyewitness accounts from the Holocaust. It documents not only how the Jews of the ghetto died, but how they lived. The film is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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Adirondack Mountain Club Workshop: It's Your Food – Keep It That Way by Barb Brenner

Wednesday, February 13 @ 18:3019:15
Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC),
657 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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It's your food, you carried it over the trails or portages, you deserve to eat it after doing all the work. But how can you protect it from those big, and little, visitors to your campsite? Maybe in a bear bag, maybe in a bear canister, maybe doing something foolish … so many possibilities. Attend this workshop to brush up on how to protect your food when backpacking or wilderness paddling. This workshop will review how to hang a bear bag, how to pack a bear canister and various tips and tricks to using either one. Come and find out how one can get 15 days of food into one Garcia bear canister.

[source: Adirondack Mountain Club website, 2019-Feb-4]

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If Beale Street Could Talk screening (2019-Feb-13 @ 7 p.m.)

Wednesday, February 13 @ 19:0020:59
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen If Beale Street Could Talk (Barry Jenkins, U.S. 2018, 119 min.) "A woman in Harlem embraces her pregnancy while she and her family struggle to prove her fiancé innocent of a crime." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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Adirondack Mountain Club Chapter Meeting: The Appalachian Trail: My AT Thru-Hike Attempt

Wednesday, February 13 @ 19:3021:30
Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC),
657 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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Reinhard will share his epic journey in attempting to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail in 2018. Since starting an On-line Journal (follow link or just google OPA Appalachian Trail) with his trademark trail name OPA, he has had over 205,000 separate views from family, friends, and mostly complete strangers that have followed his progress and become fans. As you follow his journal, you experience the power of positive attitude in overcoming significant obstacles from mother nature as well as the limits of the human body. You encounter the best in people: helpful, kind, grateful, generous, caring, and reverent. And you see extradentary friendships being made.

[source: Adirondack Mountain Club website, 2019-Feb-4]

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Les herbes folles (Wild Grass) screening

Wednesday, February 13 @ 19:3021:14
Dryden Theatre at George Eastman Museum (formerly George Eastman House),
900 East Ave.
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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The Dryden will screen Les herbes folles (Wild Grass, Alain Resnais, France/Italy 2009, 104 min., 35mm, French w/subtitles) as part of the Filmmaking at 80 series.

Nearly ninety when this film was released, Resnais took on a challenge he had not faced before: adapting a novel to the screen. He obtained Christian Gailly's permission to adapt L'Incident into this strange and twisty mature love story. Marguerite is a dentist and a flying hobbyist, who has her purse stolen while trying to find the right-sized shoe. Her wallet is found by Georges, restless in his middle-aged marriage, who is intrigued by Marguerite's picture. Debating whether to return the wallet or turn it in to the police, Georges finally meets Marguerite, but the tact and protocol of appreciation elude him, despite being drawn to her. Resnais's use of color highlights this story of chance meetings.

[source: George Eastman Museum calendar, 2019-Feb-4]

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Eastman Jazz Ensemble musical performance (2019-Feb-13 @ 7:30 p.m.)

Wednesday, February 13 @ 19:3021:30
Kilbourn Hall at Eastman School of Music,
60 Gibbs St.
Rochester, New York 14604 United States
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[source: Eastman School of Music Calendar, 2019-Feb-4]

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$17

El Ten Eleven, Joe Clark musical performances

Wednesday, February 13 @ 21:0023:00
Bug Jar,
219 Monroe Ave
Rochester, New York 14607 United States
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[source: Facebook, 2019-Feb-4]

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Who Will Write Our History screening (2019-Feb-13 @ 9 p.m.)

Wednesday, February 13 @ 21:0022:35
Cinema Theatre,
957 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, New York 14620 United States
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The Cinema will screen Who Will Write Our History (Roberta Grossman, U.S. 2018, 95 min.) "Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, photographs, posters, and more, the Oyneg Shabes Archive is the most important cache of in-the-moment, eyewitness accounts from the Holocaust. It documents not only how the Jews of the ghetto died, but how they lived. The film is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow." [source: Cinema Theater coming soon page, 2019-Feb-6]

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