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Cuba Open Air Market

Sat, September 19, 9:00 AM

Downtown, Cuba

Cuba Open Air Market

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 09/19/2020 9:00am 09/19/2020 4:00pm America/New_York Cuba Open Air Market

Local farm and produce vendors, garlic vendors, craft vendors and local merchants.

Book signing and pumpkin carving by Eric Jones.

Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Main Street Cuba, NY 14727
Beef on Weck Dinner

Sat, September 19, 5:00 PM

American Legion, Allegany

Beef on Weck Dinner

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 09/19/2020 5:00pm 09/19/2020 7:00pm America/New_York Beef on Weck Dinner

To-go dinner includes beef on weck, potato salad, baked beans and dessert.

Tickets can be bought in advance at the bar or from Legion Riders and will be available at the door for $10. Meals will be offered until sold out.

Proceeds benefit the Allegany American Legion Riders veteran, community and children’s projects and charitable activities.

4350 Route 417 Allegany, NY 14706
Cuba Open Air Market

Sun, September 20, 9:00 AM

Downtown, Cuba

Cuba Open Air Market

Food & Drink

Add to My Calendar 09/20/2020 9:00am 09/20/2020 3:00pm America/New_York Cuba Open Air Market

Local farm and produce vendors, garlic vendors, craft vendors and local merchants.

Book signing and pumpkin carving by Eric Jones.

Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Main Street Cuba, NY 14727

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

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Even in a Pandemic, Investigative Journalism Continues

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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:

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