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5 Great Ways to Stay Active in Rochester this Summer

July 1st, 2021
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By Samson Weinberg

With 3 months of sun and hot weather with the kids at home for the summer, there are so many activities that you and your family can enjoy in Rochester…

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Thinking of Getting Braces? Here’s What You Need to Know

April 21st, 2021
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By Melissa Brewer

Having healthy teeth is one of the most important factors in our overall health. A daily oral hygiene schedule is essential to maintaining a healthy mouth. We must also make consistent visits to the dentist as well. Overall, this will be of great benefit to us. It is also vital that we have not only clean teeth but straight teeth too. For many people, this means that we need braces. We often associate braces with young adolescents. However, many adults require the need for braces. Follow along for information and advice regarding adult braces

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East Rochester Woman Loses $4,000 to Unemployment Scam

March 29th, 2021
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By Sammi Cohen

The advances in technology have also helped criminals to stay ahead of their criminal activities. Cybercrime is on the rise and many people fall victim without their knowledge because this type of crime involves the use of the Internet to communicate false or fraudulent representations to consumers.

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The Latest Technological Improvements in Financial Market Segments

March 21st, 2021
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By Melissa Brewer

In interpreting the recent technological developments and improvements within the investments markets, one must keep at heart that the marketplace is not static and neither can it be classified as totally ‘modern’. For instance, with the creation of lasallefinance.co.uk the world wide web technology, various markets including the financial marketplaces have been able to function in a much more quickly rate. Similarly, even in the last decade, after many years of battling the problems associated with the Internet, it is now clear the fact that market is starting to address some of these issues in a fairly extensive way. Therefore, when one research the market with this context, you ought to clearly make sure to distinguish between different technological advancements that have occurred in this regard. One can clearly locate a number of good examples to support this kind of a view.

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Helpful Legal Information You Should Know

March 17th, 2021
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By Samson Weinberg

You would be surprised to know how important basic knowledge of the law is. Understanding the law means you have a basic understanding of the key component responsible for the proper functioning of society. When you incorporate the law into your life, you are equipped with necessary guidelines as well as a certain binding duty to uphold your responsibility to the legal aspect of human life.

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Tips and Tricks for Driving Safely During Rochester’s Winter Storms

February 18th, 2021
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By Sammi Cohen

Currently, Rochester is experiencing a mixture of wintry precipitation and snow, which is solidifying into icy road conditions as well as slick sidewalks. Furthermore, as ice collects on power lines, they become weighed down and more likely to break. This is causing power outages that could potentially last for days. Therefore, it has generally been advised that Rochester residents prepare heavily for the winter storms, taking into mind not only the road conditions over the course of the storm, but also the items that they will need in order to stay safe at home.

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A Gym Community Aims to Help Members Stay Sober

February 16th, 2021
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By Melissa Brewer

The COVID-19 has had far-ranging impacts on all aspects of life and the economy. With schools, restaurants, and gyms closed, perhaps permanently, life has been upended for millions.

Some of the most harrowing effects of this include things like divorce and increased drug use. Studies have shown that those who get regular physical activity are 30 percent less likely to get depression. However, the closure of gyms threatens even folks who would normally be quite active.

This can have cascading effects in all aspects of life, including marriages. Relationships are strained, sometimes leading to divorce in these troubled times.

One gym, called The Phoenix, is doing what it can to help people stay active and healthy in body and mind during the pandemic.

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Tips For Staying Safe in Rochester This Winter

January 6th, 2021
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By Samson Weinberg

There’s nothing quite like a lake effect snowstorm in Rochester. That’s why it’s important to think about the safety measures you can take before any major storms roll in this winter. Below are some tips to help you stay safe and healthy this winter season.

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Strong Museum of Play Welcomes New Inductees to National Toy Hall of Fame

November 24th, 2020
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By Samson Weinberg

Whether you’re a parent, a child, or simply young at heart, you might have toys on the brain during this time of year. Back in 1964, 94,000 pedal-powered toy Mustangs were purchased for children during the Christmas season. And while more than 50 years may have gone by, we’re still paying tribute to the toys that shaped our childhoods thanks to Rochester’s own Strong Museum of Play and its National Toy Hall of Fame.

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935 East Avenue

November 6th, 2020
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By Paul Mills

I have always had an affinity for the mansions on east avenue, which is why I jumped at the opportunity to tour, video tape and photograph the house at 935 East Ave. While it has been used as offices since the 1950’s, they maintained much of the original character of the house. Many of the mansions on East Avenue have been converted into apartments, condos or offices. While the outsides have mostly maintained their original appearances, the insides have been divided, and even in one building I have been in, they have covered or painted woodwork and used office ceiling tiles. Some have even had “additions” attached. There are still a few that remain single-family residences though.

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Taking a Look at Rochester Real Estate Post COVID-19

October 13th, 2020
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All across the U.S., COVID-19 is having unparalleled and unexpected effects on housing sales. In spite of expectations, sales are booming. Traffic on mobile applications like Zillow and websites like Realtor.com is up by up to 50% in nearly all markets, according to Forbes, and a growing number of Americans are buying their first homes or purchasing more spacious and more expensive ones.

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ROC Business: Great Tips to Improve Your Company

October 9th, 2020
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There are so many great businesses in the Rochester area. Many of these companies have been struggling since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are still things that can be done to end the year on a high note and increase productivity, worker happiness, and revenue for the future!

Here are some awesome tips for Roc business owners looking to improve their organization:

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What Can You Actually Do For Fun in Rochester This Fall?

September 10th, 2020
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There’s no doubt that the pandemic has severely impacted the way we live. From how we run errands to the way we work and learn, the threat of COVID-19 remains constant. And while the average American life expectancy is 78 years, our current national crisis indicates that if we don’t get things under control, we could experience thousands — if not millions — of lives being cut short.

But aside from the coronavirus’s impact on our survival rates, it’s also had major effects on the way we socialize and have fun. With the continued need to wear masks, practice social distancing, and reduce the inherent risks associated with public places, it’s no wonder that many of us are wondering whether we’ll ever really be permitted to have fun in a worry-free way again. Although Florida attracts more than 100 million visitors each year, the majority of New Yorkers need to stay put (and away from national hot spots) in order to reduce their risks.

With that in mind, you might be stuck in the area for the foreseeable future. And as the seasons change, what exactly can you do for fun? You might be pleasantly surprised with the fall activities that are still going on — with restrictions in place — in the greater Rochester area.

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Why Is the Rochester Real Estate Market Hot Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic?

September 1st, 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the finances of families everywhere, causing record-setting unemployment rates and the shuttering of many local businesses. Strangely enough, the real estate market in Rochester hasn’t been taking hits like many of the other sectors of the economy. In fact, Rochester real estate is downright hot right now.

Not only did realtor.com rank the Rochester area zip code 14617, which includes West Irondequoit, number three on their list of the 10 hottest zip codes in the United States, but houses across the area are flying off the market almost as soon as they hit it. Buyers have been in a frenzy to snatch up a home in Rochester, with houses getting multiple offers within hours of going on the market. According to Tysharda Thomas, Realtor at New 2 U Homes, homes have been selling for $10,000 to $50,000 above list price.

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Remote Work Productivity Tips in the Time of COVID-19

August 24th, 2020
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New Yorkers are no stranger to the stress that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on our shoulders. It’s officially been five months since Governor Cuomo enacted the “New York State On Pause” executive order and social distancing guidelines are still in place. As such, many workers are still performing the ins and outs of the daily grind from the comfort — and stress — of their own home.

As we enter the sixth month of quarantine measures, some businesses have allowed employees to reenter the office. Regardless, countless small offices have refused to let their employees bump elbows for the time being. Even though many people have begun to accept the trials and tribulations of remote work, that doesn’t mean that staying focused has become any easier.

Why has it been so hard to stay focused as we continue to work remotely?

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Monroe Family YMCA Closes After Nearly a Century in Operation

August 14th, 2020
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In order to stay healthy, adults should try to achieve at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week. However, that hasn’t been easy to do over the last six months. Due to concerns pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic, gyms and health clubs throughout the New York State are staying closed. But while many of those facilities will eventually reopen, there are two community mainstays that have been forced to shut their doors for good.

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Kodak Is Making International Waves Once Again

August 12th, 2020
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The legendary pioneer photography company Kodak in Rochester is developing a fresh new role in another industry. The company is tapping into the $4.2 trillion global wellness industry to produce pharmaceutical ingredients. However, there are developments that could delay the company’s future plans to reinvent itself. Here’s more on how Kodak is making international waves once again.

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New Report Exposes the Legacy of Racial Covenants in Rochester and Monroe County

August 4th, 2020
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Confronting Racial Covenants - How they segregated Monroe County and what to do about them

Yale Law School, New Haven, CT – Racial segregation plagues communities across the United States, including those in Rochester, New York and in surrounding Monroe County. On July 29, 2020, Rochester’s City Roots Community Land Trust, in partnership with the Yale Environmental Protection Clinic, released a guide — Confronting Racial Covenants: How They Segregated Monroe County and What to Do About Them  for those looking to understand and address such segregation. 

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4 Great Ways to Have Some Family Fun In Rochester

July 22nd, 2020
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The weather is finally getting nicer so it’s time to put the video game controller down, gather up the family, and do something fun! Here are some great ways to kill time and have a blast around the great city we call Rochester…

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Rochester Is Ranked No. 5 in the Nation for Deer-Vehicle Collisions – What Can You Do to Stay Safe?

July 2nd, 2020
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Rochester is ranked 5th in the nation for deer-vehicle collisions.

By Sammi Cohen

According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA), there are approximately 1.5 million deer-related car accidents annually, leading to 175 to 200 fatalities each year. Of course, this number pales in comparison to the number of human pedestrians killed in traffic accidents each year (4,700), but in certain areas of the country, deer collisions are a real threat.

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