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Susan B. Anthony Reenactment

Wed, September 23, 7:00 PM

Cuba Circulating Library, Cuba

Susan B. Anthony Reenactment

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 09/23/2020 7:00pm 09/23/2020 9:00pm America/New_York Susan B. Anthony Reenactment

Online reenactment features Sheryl Faye as Susan B. Anthony.

The program centers on Anthony's contributions in the fight for women’s suffrage.

Persons interested will have to provide the library with an email address to gain access to the link, which will be active for two hours, by visiting the website, calling, emailing or using Messenger.


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Race Unity Circle Monthly Book Club

Tue, September 29, 6:30 PM

Shelter in Lincoln Park, Olean

Race Unity Circle Monthly Book Club

Arts & Entertainment Education

Add to My Calendar 09/29/2020 6:30pm 09/29/2020 7:30pm America/New_York Race Unity Circle Monthly Book Club

Book for discussion is "White Fragility" by Robin D’Angelo.

Persons interested in attending should reserve a spot at rucolean@gmail.com and plan on wearing masks and bringing their own chairs.

(Meeting time has been rescheduled from original 7 p.m. time to 6:30 p.m.)

East State between South Union and South Barry streets Olean, NY 14760

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Mother Teresa, SBU and Cake: TAP Alum Recalls Tommy Lasorda

If the phrase “legends never die” held any truth, Tommy Lasorda would have been well past immortal.

Reality is, though, that legends do die, and the world of baseball lost Lasorda, the longtime Dodgers manager and all-around Los Angeles icon, at the age of 93 on Thursday.

Tommy was a legend in every sense of the word. He racked up a record of 1,599-1,439 as a manager, won World ...

Even in a Pandemic, Investigative Journalism Continues

It would have been difficult enough to do the project in the field.

Investigative journalism, as it turns out, is even harder to do while staring through a computer screen. Being surrounded by talented journalists in the Arizona desert, however, lightened that burden.

When I applied for the Carnegie-Knight News21 fellowship program in November of 2019, I knew the challenge that presented ...

That Itch You Can’t Scratch

You know how when somebody tells you not to touch your face while you are going outside with your face mask? That is when you suddenly become conscious of an itch. Don’t you just hate that? With the coronavirus still raging on and giving us a reason to wear a face mask and keep six feet apart from strangers, it is starting to become annoying.

Therefore, it is a really scary time. If ...

March Is National Kidney Month; Testing and Treatment May Prevent Additional Health Problems

February 26, 2021

Most people with kidney disease don’t know they have it. March is National Kidney Month and the Kidney Foundation of Western New York is encouraging everyone to learn more about their kidney health.

More than 37 million Americans have chronic kidney disease – that’s about one in seven adults. The disease is underdiagnosed since a person may lose up to 90 percent of their ...

Taxpayers must report gig economy income on their tax return

In 2020, many people joined the gig economy to help make ends meet during the pandemic. Whether it’s a side business or a primary source of income, all taxpayers need to understand how their gig work affects their taxes. The bottom line is taxpayers must report gig economy income on their tax return.

Here's a quick overview of the gig economy:

The gig economy is also referred to ...