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Private flights from Chautauqua County Dunkirk (DKK) in Dunkirk, NY. Chi, Chautauqua County Dunkirk to Ciudad Juarez/Abraham Gonzalez Intl. She enjoys spending time in Chautauqua and helping her parents with the farmhouse. Meet Jose Gonzalez – Project Manager and Associate Principal. See all about Jose Gonzalez with Bedouine at Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder, CO on Aug 26, 2019.

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5 Events for the Week of 08/26

1. Welcome back party at Regent Administrative Center Lawn

08/26

4 pm to 7 pm

Center for Inclusion and Social Change welcomes back new and returning students to the CU Boulder campus with the CUnity Fest. The fest includes food and information about the many diverse cultural student organizations, campus departments and resources available to you.

2. Be Involved Fair at Norlin Quadrangle, CU Boulder Campus

08/28

2 pm to 6 pm

This welcome event for students is brought to you by the Center for Student Inclusion and the Volunteer Resource Center. The fair is a networking event to see what’s happening on campus and how you can get involved, including nonprofit organizations and volunteer opportunities.

3. Steel Pulse at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/28

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

This reggae band will be performing at Chautauqua Auditorium and will be presented by 97.3 KBCO. The band would like to also remember the late drummer Steve “Grizzly” Nisbett. (15 March 1948 – 18 January 2018), who was a drummer for the reggae group Steel Pulse from 1977 to 2001.

4. The Annex at The Fox Theatre

08/27

Doors: 7:30 pm, show 8 pm

This “Best of College” edition of Annex brings together Christian college students at the start of the school year for a night of worship, talking, and meeting new friends. There is no cost for the event, so feel free to bring a group of friends.

5. JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/26

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

About his newest, album, Jose says “I started out thinking that I wanted to continue in the same minimalistic style as on my two previous records, but once I started the actual recordings I soon realized that most of the songs turned out better with added guitars and a more beat-like percussion, and with more backing vocals. Personally, I think this made it a more interesting and varied album.” Tickets start at $38.

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder,OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.

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Источник: https://aboutboulder.com/blog/5-events-for-the-week-of-08-26/

Tall Heights Drops 'Iron In The Fire' w/ Fuse + Debut LP 'Neptune' Out 8/19

Boston progressive folk duo Tall Heights recently announced the release of their debut major label LP, Neptune, out August 19 on Sony Music Masterworks. Neptune is the follow up to 2015's Holding On, Holding Out EP which was met with critical acclaim from outlets like NPR and Wall Street Journal who compared their emotive harmonies and poignant lyrics to the likes of Simon & Garfunkel, Sigur Ros and Bon Iver. As a follow up to the lush, winsome track "River Wider" , the band dropped a new single, "Iron In The Fire", today with Fuse. Tim Harrington shares, "In the beginning, this was intended to be a song about the cost of long-distance relationships on the environment. Ironically, Paul, the more fervent environmentalist in the group, diluted the message." Featuring pristine vocal harmonies along with subtly chugging electric guitar and a spare descending bassline, "Iron In The Fire" is available to stream HERE.

The multi-talented singer songwriters, composers, and instrumentalists featuring Paul Wright on cello/vocals and Tim Harrington on acoustic guitar/vocals got their start busking on the streets of Boston, growing up in a neighboring town in Massachusetts. Neptune is a far lusher construct than those early acoustic days - notably the ethereal synthesizers and spacious drum part on breakout hit "Spirit Cold" (recently surpassing 6 million stream on Spotify), a brittle splash of percussion to open "Backwards and Forwards" and feedback created by two cellphones on "Cross My Mind."

The band is on tour all Summer through Autumn, including an opening slot for José González. See full list of dates HERE. For a taste of Tall Heights' captivating live show, watch the band's stunning live performance of album single "Spirit Cold" HERE.Tour Dates
7/19: Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
7/21: Belmar, NJ @ Songwriters on the Beach
7/24: Egg Harbor, WI @ Peg Egan Performing Arts Center
7/28: Green Bay, WI @ Meyer Theatre
7/30: Bayfield, WI Big Top Chautauqua
7/31: Marshfield, WI @ Columbia Park
8/1: Chicago, IL @ Millennium Park Summer Music Series
8/20: Schwenksville, PA @ Philadelphia Folk Festival
8/27: Hunter, NY @ Doctorow Center for the Arts
9/14: Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
9/15: Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
9/21: Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
9/29: Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
9/30: Northampton, MA @ Iron HorseMusic Hall
10/5: Washington, DC @ DC9
10/6: New York, NY @ MercuryLounge
10/7: Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
10/20: Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom& Tavern
10/21: Chicago, IL @ Schubas
10/22: Cedar Rapids, IA @ CSPS Hall
10/23: St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club

Preorder Neptune on iTunes

Goodell Congratulates Students On Completion Of Summer Reading Challenge

Thanks local children for participation

November 14, 2012

Assemblyman Andy Goodell (R,C, I – Chautauqua County), who sponsored the Summer Reading Challenge in conjunction with the New York State Library’s summer reading initiative, recently announced the list of successful participants.

To complete the challenge, students were required to read alone, or with someone else, 40 or more days over the summer. Students who met the challenge received a New York State Assembly “Excellence in Reading” certificate from Assemblyman Goodell.

“Reading opens the door to adventure, knowledge and academic success. These students should be proud of the dedication and commitment they demonstrated over the summer,” said Goodell. “I hope this reading challenge is just a small chapter in a lifetime of excitement through reading.”

The successful participants and their school districts or libraries include:

Bemus Point Central School: Sarah Nocero, Mohammed Shedeed and Britta Watkins

C.V. Bush Elementary School in Jamestown: Daisy Meyer, Ruby Meyer and Jordan Braymiller

Chautauqua Lake Central School: Evan Flurie, Noah Flurie, Natalie Gilkinson, Brendan Klossner, Logan Ludwig, Maranda Propheter and Ian Riedesel

Clymer Central School: Kaylee Hodge, Blake Kopta and Alexander Redlecki

Dunkirk School: Timothy Smith, Tyler Smith, Amari Carter, Marcel Carter, Neveah Carter and Brisa K Garcia Gonzalez

Fenner Elementary School in Falconer: Emily Melquist and Joseph Mihaly

Forestville Elementary School: Ace Fisher, Shawn Fisher, Alexis Serio and Cam Stana

Fredonia Central School: Joseph A. Cerrie Jr., Aidan Mohart, Madison Marsh and Eva Rose Wienke

Home School #1: Kamaron Hillman

Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Jamestown: Matthew R. Wilson

Abraham Lincoln Elementary School in Jamestown: Davier Eaton

Samuel G. Love Elementary in Jamestown: JeNiya Cromartie

Northern Chautauqua Catholic School in Dunkirk: James Beehler, Jessica Beehler and Kiara Boyd

Panama Central School: Elizabeth and Emma Lindsey

Persell Middle School in Jamestown: Michelle Prince and Morgan Robbins

Portville Central School: Mathew Bokman and Ryan Bokman

Ring Elementary School in Jamestown: Ethan Harris

Ripley Central School: Emily Brightman and Elliot Marie Thompson

Sherman Central School: Hanna Crossley

Silver Creek Central School: Jeffrey DeYoung Jr., Rebecca DeYoung and Isaac W. Hillman

Southwestern Central School: Katlyn Ceci, Abbey Galati, Jacob Galati, Kaitlyn Galati, Timothy Galati, Emma Malmstrom Jouannet, Braley Lachner, Brody Larson, Brianna Lilley, Berke Lindstrom, Mallory Lohnes, Andrew Piazza and Olivia Piazza

Temple Elementary School in Kennedy: Tucker Richard

Westfield Academy and Central School: Connor Graham

Источник: https://nyassembly.gov/mem/Andy-Goodell/story/49811

Students set to resume summer research work with faculty

student working in a biology lab

Summer research is returning at SUNY Fredonia, with seven undergraduate and graduate students scheduled to gain valuable experience in internships working alongside Department of Biology faculty, thanks to funding provided by the Holmberg Foundation and the Joseph and Jane (Schuster) Biology Endowment for Scholarship and Research.

“It is great to have our summer research program back up and running,” said Department of Biology Chair and Professor Ted Lee, following the cancellation of most projects last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Internships typically last 10 weeks, and most are conducted on campus, though field work at Chautauqua Lake is part of one research project and another will take place at the Tifft Nature Preserve in the Buffalo area.

Participating students, their academic studies, respective projects and faculty advisors who will engage in Holmberg-funded research include:

  • Samantha Reed, junior, Medical Technology and Molecular Genetics – “Knockdown of NuMA in oral cancer cells to induce centrosome coalescence and prevent multipolar spindle formation,” Assistant Professor Nick Quintyne;
  • Alex Mathewson, junior, Molecular Genetics – “Involvement of Barentsz and Orb in grk mRNA Transition in D. melanogaster,” Associate Professor Scott Ferguson;
  • Alberto Gonzalez, graduate student, Biology Multi-Award (B.S./M.S.)  – “Assaying the role of lgr6 in hair cell formation and regeneration in neuromasts of the zebrafish, Danio rerio,” Assistant Professor Jon Kniss;
  • Alyssa Fisher, graduate student, Biology – “Effects of artificial light switching on bat acoustic activity,” Associate Professor Karry Kazial;
  • Joshua Ninan, junior, Molecular Genetics, minor in Chemistry – “The role of syk pathway in neutrophil extracellular trap formation,” Assistant Professor Emeka Okeke;
  • Kasey Crandall, senior, INDS: Environmental Sciences, minor in Biology – “Thermal Stability and Harmful Algal Bloom Surveillance at Chautauqua Lake,” Associate Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry.

The student who will engage in Falcone-funded research, along with her project and advisor, is Madison Miller, junior, Biology and Environmental Sciences, minor in Chemistry – “Monitoring of Harmful Algal Blooms and Nutrient Availability in Chautauqua Lake,” Dr. Wigdahl-Perry.

“The Biology department is very grateful to the Holmberg Foundation and Falcone Endowment for funding these opportunities for students. Being able to do research full-time in the summer is a great opportunity for Fredonia students,” Dr. Lee said.

The Holmberg program and Falcone endowments have been established through the Fredonia College Foundation.

Источник: https://www.fredonia.edu/news/articles/students-set-resume-summer-research-work-faculty
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Education

2018- 2020       M.F.A. in Art Studio at the University of California Davis

2017-2018          Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Studio Art at Brandeis University

2011-2015           B.A. at Dartmouth College, dual degree in Studio Art and Asian and Middle Eastern                                Languages and Literatures (Japanese), cum laude with honors

Exhibition History

2020                  Distant Future, Vermont Studio Center, Gallery II (and online), curated by Jova Lynne,                             July 26- September 26

2020Altered Trajectories: Arts & Humanities 2020 Graduate Exhibition for Art                                                  Studio (virtual exhibition), Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museujm of                                              Art, Davis, CA, curated by Quintana Roo Heathman. May 28-June 14

2019                     Erase, Tropical Lab 13 Group Exhibition, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery at ICA                                       Singapore/ LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, curated by Carolina Riva,                                         August

                             blip, First Year MFA Exhibition, Jay-Jay Gallery Sacramento, CA, June 3-22

2018                     Underground: An MFA Exhibition, Gadberry Gallery, University of California Davis,                                   Davis, CA, December

                             Post-Baccalaureate Show, Dreitzer Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA,                                         February

2017                     Undercovers, Laconia Gallery, Boston, MA, December 1-12

                             Post-Baccalaureate Show, Dreitzer Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA,

2016                     Chautauqua Annual Student Show, Fowler Kellogg Gallery, Chautauqua, NY, July

                             Somehow, Hopkins Center Barrows Rotunda, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH                                       (solo), February

2015                     Dartmouth College Senior Majors Exhibition, Strauss Gallery and Jaffe-Friede                                           Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Awards

2019                    Best Art Direction, University of California Davis Student Film Festival, Davis CA

                            Fay Nelson Award, University of California Davis, Davis, CA

2018                   Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship, University of California Davis Department                                  of Art and art History, Davis, CA

                           Brandeis University Book Award, Honorable Mention, Waltham, MA

2017                   Dartmouth General Fellowship

                           Brandeis University Book Award, Honorable Mention, Waltham, MA

2016                   Light Space and Time Gallery, Figurative Art Exhibition, Honorable Mention

2015                   Marcus Heiman-Martin R. Rosenthal ’56 Award, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Residencies

2019                   Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, September

                           Tropical Lab 13 at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, July-August

2016                   Chautauqua School of Art Residency, Chautauqua, NY, July-August

Professional Experience

2019                   Associate Instructor, Department of Art and Art History, University of California Davis,                             September- December

2018-2020    Teaching Assistant, Department of Art and Art History, University of California Davis,                               Davis, CA

2017-2018         Teaching Assistant, Studio Art Department, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

2015-2016         Teaching Assistant, Studio Art Department, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

                           Studio Art Department Intern, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Bibliography

2020                   Almino, Elisa Wouk. “Exceptional MFA Work From Three Northern California Art                                      Schools.” Hyperallergic, July 15, 2020, https://hyperallergic.com/572693/exceptional-mfa-work-from-three-northern-california-art-schools

2020                   Day, Jeffrey. “The Show Goes On.” UC Davis College of Letters and Science News, May 18, 2020, https://lettersandscience.ucdavis.edu/news/show-goes-on

2019                     MFA Now 2019 Archive

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New York State County Jail Administrator's Addresses, Telephone, and Facsimile Numbers

Albany / Allegany / Broome / Cattaraugus / Cayuga / Chautauqua / Chemung / Chenango / Clinton / Columbia / Cortland / Delaware / Dutchess / Erie Penitentiary and Jail / Essex / Franklin / Fulton / Genesee / Greene / Hamilton / Herkimer / Jefferson / Lewis / Livingston / Madison / Monroe / Montgomery / Nassau / New York County / Niagara / Oneida / Onondaga Penitentiary and Jail / Ontario / Orange / Orleans / Oswego / Otsego / Putnam / Rensselaer / Rockland / Saint Lawrence / Saratoga / Schenectady / Schoharie / Schuyler / Seneca / Steuben / Suffolk / Sullivan / Tioga / Tompkins / Ulster / Warren / Washington / Wayne / Westchester Penitentiary and Jail / Wyoming / Yates

Albany County Correctional Facility
Michael Lyons, Superintendent
840 Albany Shaker Road
Albany, NY 12211
Telephone: (518) 869-2724
Fax: (518) 869-3923

Allegany County Jail
Christopher Ivers, Administrator
4884 State Route 19
Belmont, NY 14813
Telephone: (585) 268-9803
Fax: (585) 268-9475

Broome County Public Safety Facility
Mark Smolinsky, Major
Broome County Sheriff's Office and Corrections Division
155 Lt. Vanwinkle Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
Telephone: (607) 778-8865
Fax: (607) 778-1942

Cattaraugus County Jail
Eric Keller, Captain
301 Court Street
Little Valley, NY 14755
Telephone: (716) 938-9194
Fax: (716) 938-6539

Cayuga County Jail
Robert Elser, Chief
Cayuga County Sheriff's Department
7445 County House Road
Auburn, NY 13021
Telephone: (315) 253-2911
Fax: (315) 253-6731

Chautauqua County Jail
Matt Stuczynski, Captain
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
15 East Chautauqua Ave.
Mayville, New York 14757
Telephone: (716) 753-4910
Fax: (716) 753-9574

Chemung County Jail
Raymond Hodge, Major
211 William Street
Elmira, NY 14901
Telephone: (607) 737-2082
Fax: (607) 732-2939

Chenango County Jail
Christopher Miles, Lieutenant
279 Country Road 46
Norwich, New York 13815
Telephone: (607) 334-2000
Fax: (607) 337-1427

Clinton County Jail
Joel Desso, Captain
25 McCarthy Drive
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Telephone: (518) 565-4300
Fax: (518) 565-4343

Columbia County Jail
Patrick Delaney, Captain
85 Industrial Tract
Hudson, NY 12534
Telephone: (518) 828-3324
Fax: (518) 828-9088

Cortland County Jail
Nicholas Lynch, Captain
54 Greenbush Street
Cortland, NY 13045
Telephone: (607) 756-4275
Fax: (607) 753-7815

Delaware County Jail
Alan Weaver, Lieutenant
Court House Square
280 Phoebe Lane, Suite 1
Delhi, NY 13753
Telephone: (607) 746-2336
Fax: (607) 746-2632

Dutchess County Jail
Therese Lee, Superintendent
150 North Hamilton Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Telephone: (845) 486-3900
Fax: (845) 486-3913

Erie County Correctional Facility
Thomas Diina, Superintendent
11581 Walden Avenue
Alden, NY 14004
Telephone: (716) 937-9101
Fax: (716) 937-5595

Erie County Jail
Thomas Diina, Superintendent
Erie County Holding Center
40 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
Telephone: (716) 858-7022
Fax: (716) 858-8645

Essex County Jail
Peter Feeley, Major
Essex County Sheriff's Office
PO Box 68, 702 Stowersville Road
Lewis, NY 12950
Telephone: (518) 873-6913
Fax: (518) 873-6942

Franklin County Jail
Edward Work, Warden
45 Bare Hill Road
Malone, NY 12953
Telephone: (518) 483-6795
Fax: (518) 483-3139

Fulton County Jail
Keith Ackerknecht, Captain
2710 State Highway 29
Johnstown, NY 12095
Telephone: (518) 736-2198
Fax: (518) 736-2191

Genesee County Jail
William Zipfel, Jail Superintendent
14 West Main Street
P.O. Box 151
Batavia, NY 14021
Telephone: (585) 343-0838
Fax: (585) 344-0236

Greene County Jail
Michael Overbaugh, Superintendent
45 Haverly Memorial Drive
Coxsackie, NY 12051
Telephone: (518) 943-3527
Fax: (518) 943-6832

Hamilton County Jail
Karl Abrams, Sheriff
South Shore Road
Lake Pleasant, NY 12108
Telephone: (518) 548-3113
Fax: (518) 548-3113

Herkimer County Jail
Thomas Adams, Lieutenant
Suite 2900
320 North Main Street
Herkimer, NY 13350-1949
Telephone: (315) 867-1252
Fax: (315) 867-1263

Jefferson County Jail
Mark Wilson, Lieutenant
753 Waterman Drive
Watertown, NY 13601
Telephone: (315) 786-2664
Fax: (315) 786-2684

Lewis County Jail
Tim Thayer, Administrator
P.O. Box 233
Outer Stowe Street
Lowville, NY 13367
Telephone: (315) 376-3511
Fax: (315) 376-5232

Livingston County Jail
Aaron Galvin, Chief
4 Court Street
Geneseo, NY 14454
Telephone: (585) 243-7180
Fax: (585) 243-7925

Madison County Jail
Timothy Flynn, Captain
Box 16 North Court Street
Wampsville, NY 13163
Telephone: (315) 366-2289
Fax: (315) 366-2590

Monroe County Jail
Matt VanDuzee, Superintendent
130 Plymouth Avenue
Rochester, NY 14614
Telephone: (585) 428-5243
Fax: (585) 428-2159

Montgomery County Jail
Robert J. Barbuti, Administrator
P.O. Box 432
Fultonville, NY 12072
Telephone: (518) 853-5555
Fax: (518) 853-4685

Nassau County Correctional Center
Daniel Donehue, Captain
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
100 Carman Avenue
East Meadow, NY 11554
Telephone: (516) 572-4101
Fax: (516) 572-4300

New York City Department of Correction
Cynthia Brann, Commissioner
75-20 Astoria Blvd., STE 100
East Elmhurst, New York, NY 11370
Telephone: (718) 546-1500

Niagara County Jail
Daniel Greenwald, Chief
5526 Niagara Street Extension
Lockport, NY 14094
Telephone: (716) 438-3345
Fax: (716)438-3447

Oneida County Jail
Lisa Zurek, Chief
6075 Judd Road
Oriskany, NY 13424
Telephone: (315) 765-2242
Fax: (315) 765-2327

Onondaga County Sheriff's Office CorrectionDepartment
Wiliam Bleyle, Chief Deputy
6660 East Seneca Turnpike
Jamesville, NY 13078
Telephone: (315) 435-5581
Fax: (315) 435-5596

Onondaga County Sheriff's Office Justice Center
Esteban Gonzalez, Chief
555 South State Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
Telephone: (315) 435-1770
Fax: (315) 435-1718

Ontario County Jail
Christian Smith, Chief
3045 County Complex Drive
Canandaigua, New York 14424
Telephone: (585) 396-1800
Fax: (716) 393-3092

Orange County Jail
Anthony Mele, Colonel
110 Wells Farm Road
Goshen, NY 10924
Telephone: (845) 291-7720
Fax: (845) 291-7621

Orleans County Jail
Scott Wilson, Superintendent
26 Platt Street
Albion, NY 14411
Telephone: (585) 589-4310
Fax: (585) 589-2522

Oswego County Corrections
Mike Benjamin, Administrator
39 Churchill Road
Oswego, NY 13126
Telephone: (315) 349-3300
Fax: (315) 349-3349

Otsego County Jail
Daryl O'Connor, Lieutenant
172 County Highway 33 West
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Telephone: (607) 547-1611
Fax: (607) 547-6494

Putnam County Correctional Facility
Kevin Cheverko, Captain
3 County Center
Carmel, NY 10512
Telephone: (845) 225-5255
Fax: (845) 228-1681

Rensselaer County Jail
David Hetman, Chief
4000 Main Street
Troy, NY 12180
Telephone: (518) 266-1601
Fax: (518) 266-3301

Rockland County Correctional Facility
Karl Mueller, Chief
53 New Hempstead Road
New City, NY 10956
Telephone: (845) 638-5620
Fax: (845) 638-5731

Saint Lawrence County Jail
Peggy Harper, Administrator
17 Commerce Lane
Canton, NY 13617
Telephone: (315) 379-2367
Fax: (315) 279-2435

Saratoga County Correctional Facility
Rich Emery, Colonel
6010 County Farm Road
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
Telephone: (518) 885-2480
Fax: (518) 885-2284

Schenectady County Jail
Ronald Walsh, Superintendent
320 Veeder Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12307
Telephone: (518) 388-4586
Fax: (518) 388-4593

Schoharie County Jail
Roger Butler, Lieutenant
P.O. Box 689
Depot Lane
Schoharie, NY 12157
Telephone: (518) 295-7071
Fax: (518) 295-9503

Schuyler County Jail
Jim Perry, Administrator
106 Tenth Street
Watkins Glen, NY 14891
Telephone: (607) 535-8222
Fax: (607) 535-8216

Seneca County Jail
Donald Borland, Captain
6150 Route 96
Romulus, New York 14541-9552
Telephone: (315) 220-3465
Fax: (315) 220-3480

Steuben County Jail
Matthew P. Whitmore, Major
7007 Rumsey Street Extension
Bath, NY 14810
Telephone: (607) 622-3906
Fax: (607) 776-3973

Suffolk County Jail
Michael Franchi, Warden
100 Center Drive
Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: (631) 852-2200

Sullivan County Jail
Hal Smith, Chief
58 Old Route 17
Monticello, NY 12701
Telephone: (845) 794-7102
Fax: (845) 794-3250

Tioga County Jail
Tim Agan, Lieutenant
103 Corporate Drive
Owego, NY 13827
Telephone: (607) 687-1010
Fax: (607) 687-6755

Tompkins County Jail
Raymond Bunce, Captain
779 Warren Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
Telephone: (607) 257-5316
Fax: (607) 266-5403

Ulster County Jail
Evelyn Mallard, Colonel
380 Boulevard
Kingston, NY 12401
Telephone: (845) 340-7494
Fax: (845) 340-8343

Warren County Jail
Al Maday, Captain
1400 State Route 9
Lake George, NY 12845
Telephone: (518) 743-2500
Fax: (518) 743-3535

Washington County Jail
Eugene McKenna, Captain
399 Broadway
Ft. Edward, NY 12828
Telephone: (518) 746-2476
Fax: (518) 746-2484

Wayne County Jail
David Ambeau, Major
7368 Route 31
Lyons, NY 14489
Telephone: (315) 946-5801
Fax: (315) 946-5613

Westchester County Department of Correction
Joseph Spano, Commissioner
P.O. Box 389,
Headquarters Building
Valhalla, NY 10595
Telephone: (914) 231-1054
Fax: (914) 347-6240

Wyoming County Jail
C. Michael Horton, Jail Administrator
151 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Telephone: (585) 786-8808
Fax: (585) 786-8573

Yates County Jail
Jared Bailey, Chief
227 Main Street
Penn Yan, NY 14527
Telephone: (315) 536-5175
Fax: (315) 536-5121

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Even though I paid $48 for a GA ticket, I couldn’t sit anywhere in the middle of the room (only allowed in far outside sections), and there was this whirring sound the whole time (either from a cricket or creaky machinery). José did a great job, playing for about an hour and 15 minutes, but I didn’t care for the venue.

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Phenomenal. The revamping of classic Jose songs was inspiration and moving. Impossible to sit still to. A buffet of sounds and creates magnificent landscapes, then builds into booming crescendos. Perfect.

Kalamazoo, [email protected] State Theatre

Tolle Stimmung - die besten Songs von José Gonzales arrangiert zusammen mit einem großartig aufgelegten jungen und experimentierfreudigen Orchester - Gänsehaut pur !

Cologne, [email protected] Music Hall

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Students set to resume summer research work with faculty

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Summer research is returning at SUNY Fredonia, with seven undergraduate and graduate students scheduled to gain valuable experience in internships working alongside Department of Biology faculty, thanks to funding provided by the Holmberg Foundation and the Joseph and Jane (Schuster) Biology Endowment for Scholarship and Research.

“It is great to have our summer research program back up and running,” said Department of Biology Chair and Professor Ted Lee, following the cancellation of most projects last summer due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Internships typically last 10 weeks, and most are conducted on campus, though field work at Chautauqua Lake is part of one research project and another will take place at the Tifft Nature Preserve in the Buffalo area.

Participating students, their academic studies, respective projects and faculty advisors who will engage in Holmberg-funded research include:

  • Samantha Reed, junior, Medical Technology and Molecular Genetics – “Knockdown of NuMA in oral cancer cells to induce centrosome coalescence and prevent multipolar spindle formation,” Assistant Professor Nick Quintyne;
  • Alex Mathewson, junior, Molecular Genetics – “Involvement of Barentsz and Orb in grk mRNA Transition in D. melanogaster,” Associate Professor Scott Ferguson;
  • Alberto Gonzalez, graduate student, Biology Multi-Award (B.S./M.S.)  – “Assaying the role of lgr6 in hair cell formation and regeneration in neuromasts of the zebrafish, Danio rerio,” Assistant Professor Jon Kniss;
  • Alyssa Fisher, graduate student, Biology – “Effects of artificial light switching on bat acoustic activity,” Associate Professor Karry Kazial;
  • Joshua Ninan, junior, Molecular Genetics, minor in Chemistry – “The role of syk pathway in neutrophil extracellular trap formation,” Assistant Professor Emeka Okeke;
  • Kasey Crandall, senior, INDS: Environmental Sciences, minor in Biology – “Thermal Stability and Harmful Algal Bloom Surveillance at Chautauqua Lake,” Associate Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry.

The student who will engage in Falcone-funded research, along with her project and advisor, is Madison Miller, junior, Biology and Environmental Sciences, minor in Chemistry – “Monitoring of Harmful Algal Blooms and Nutrient Availability in Chautauqua Lake,” Dr. Wigdahl-Perry.

“The Biology department is very grateful to the Holmberg Foundation and Falcone Endowment for funding these opportunities for students. Being able to do research full-time in the summer is a great opportunity for Fredonia students,” Dr. Lee said.

The Holmberg program and Falcone endowments have been established through the Fredonia College Foundation.

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Carolina González Riaño

She is a founder member and was a volunteer coordinator of RET - Red de Escelas de Teatro. It is a  Colombian performing arts Institution that works in establishing  national and international links to generate academic mobility, exchange and circulation of performing arts students.

She is currently working on a project staged with UC Santa Cruz students, a bilingual (English & Spanish) play by José Domingo Garzón based on the novel Pedro Páramo. The play is set in Comala, Mexico. This town was under the tyrannical rule of Pedro Páramo who owned people, herds of animals and vast lands. Juan Preciado, Pedro Páramo' son, following a promise that made to his dying mother, Dolores Preciado, travels to Comala to look for his father and claim what belongs to him. When he arrives in Comala he only finds a desolate ghost town with  restless souls wandering and complaining without knowing they are dead. He hears murmurs, rumors, and whispers that help him to understand what happen to the town and when he comprehends Comala’s story it is too late to save himself. 

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Education

2018- 2020       M.F.A. in Art Studio at the University of California Davis

2017-2018          Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Studio Art at Brandeis University

2011-2015           B.A. at Dartmouth College, dual degree in Studio Art and Asian and Middle Eastern                                Languages and Literatures (Japanese), cum laude with honors

Exhibition History

2020                  Distant Future, Vermont Studio Center, Gallery II (and online), curated by Jova Lynne,                             July 26- September 26

2020Altered Trajectories: Arts & Humanities 2020 Graduate Exhibition for Art                                                  Studio (virtual exhibition), Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museujm of                                              Art, Davis, CA, curated by Quintana Roo Heathman. May 28-June 14

2019                     Erase, Tropical Lab 13 Group Exhibition, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery at ICA                                       Singapore/ LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore, curated by Carolina Riva,                                         August

                             blip, First Year MFA Exhibition, Jay-Jay Gallery Sacramento, CA, June 3-22

2018                     Underground: An MFA Exhibition, Gadberry Gallery, University of California Davis,                                   Davis, CA, December

                             Post-Baccalaureate Show, Dreitzer Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA,                                         February

2017                     Undercovers, Laconia Gallery, Boston, MA, December 1-12

                             Post-Baccalaureate Show, Dreitzer Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA,

2016                     Chautauqua Annual Student Show, Fowler Kellogg Gallery, Chautauqua, NY, July

                             Somehow, Hopkins Center Barrows Rotunda, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH                                       (solo), February

2015                     Dartmouth College Senior Majors Exhibition, Strauss Gallery and Jaffe-Friede                                           Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Awards

2019                    Best Art Direction, University of California Davis Student Film Festival, Davis CA

                            Fay Nelson Award, University of California Davis, Davis, CA

2018                   Graduate Teaching Assistant Fellowship, University of California Davis Department                                  of Art and art History, Davis, CA

                           Brandeis University Book Award, Honorable Mention, Waltham, MA

2017                   Dartmouth General Fellowship

                           Brandeis University Book Award, Honorable Mention, Waltham, MA

2016                   Light Space and Time Gallery, Figurative Art Exhibition, Honorable Mention

2015                   Marcus Heiman-Martin R. Rosenthal ’56 Award, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Residencies

2019                   Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, September

                           Tropical Lab 13 at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, July-August

2016                   Chautauqua School of Art Residency, Chautauqua, NY, July-August

Professional Experience

2019                   Associate Instructor, Department of Art and Art History, University of California Davis,                             September- December

2018-2020    Teaching Assistant, Department of Art and Art History, University of California Davis,                               Davis, CA

2017-2018         Teaching Assistant, Studio Art Department, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

2015-2016         Teaching Assistant, Studio Art Department, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

                           Studio Art Department Intern, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Bibliography

2020                   Almino, Elisa Wouk. “Exceptional MFA Work From Three Northern California Art                                      Schools.” Hyperallergic, July 15, 2020, https://hyperallergic.com/572693/exceptional-mfa-work-from-three-northern-california-art-schools

2020                   Day, Jeffrey. “The Show Goes On.” UC Davis College of Letters and Science News, May 18, 2020, https://lettersandscience.ucdavis.edu/news/show-goes-on

2019                     MFA Now 2019 Archive

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5 Events for the Week of 08/26

1. Welcome back party at Regent Administrative Center Lawn

08/26

4 pm to 7 pm

Center for Inclusion and Social Change welcomes back new and returning students to the CU Boulder campus with the CUnity Fest. The fest includes food and information about the many diverse cultural student organizations, campus departments and resources available to you.

2. Be Involved Fair at Norlin Quadrangle, CU Boulder Campus

08/28

2 pm to 6 pm

This welcome event for students is brought to you by the Center for Student Inclusion and the Volunteer Resource Center. The fair is a networking event to see what’s happening on campus and how you can get involved, including nonprofit organizations and volunteer opportunities.

3. Steel Pulse at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/28

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

This reggae band will be performing at Chautauqua Auditorium and will be presented by 97.3 KBCO. The band would like to also remember the late drummer Steve “Grizzly” Nisbett. (15 March 1948 – 18 January 2018), who was a drummer for the reggae group Steel Pulse from 1977 to 2001.

4. The Annex at The Fox Theatre

08/27

Doors: 7:30 pm, show 8 pm

This “Best of College” edition of Annex brings together Christian college students at the start of the school year for a night of worship, talking, and meeting new friends. There is no cost for the event, so feel free to bring a group of friends.

5. JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/26

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

About his newest, album, Jose says “I started out thinking that I wanted to continue in the same minimalistic style as on my two previous records, but once I started the actual recordings I soon realized that most of the songs turned out better with added guitars and a more beat-like percussion, and with more backing vocals. Personally, I think this made it a more interesting and varied album.” Tickets start at $38.

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder,OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.

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Tall Heights Drops 'Iron In The Fire' w/ Fuse + Debut LP 'Neptune' Out 8/19

Boston progressive folk duo Tall Heights recently announced the release of their debut major label LP, Neptune, out August 19 on Sony Music Masterworks. Neptune is the follow up to 2015's Holding On, Holding Out EP which was met with critical acclaim from outlets like NPR and Wall Street Journal who compared their emotive harmonies and poignant lyrics to the likes of Simon & Garfunkel, Sigur Ros and Bon Iver. As a follow up to the lush, winsome track "River Wider"the band dropped a new single, "Iron In The Fire", today with Fuse. Google credit card synchrony Harrington shares, "In the beginning, this was intended to be a song about the cost of long-distance relationships on the environment. Ironically, Paul, the more fervent environmentalist in the group, diluted the message." Featuring pristine vocal harmonies along with subtly chugging electric guitar and a spare descending bassline, "Iron In The Fire" is available to stream HERE.

The multi-talented singer songwriters, composers, and instrumentalists featuring Paul Wright on cello/vocals and Tim Harrington on acoustic guitar/vocals got their start busking on the streets of Boston, growing up in a neighboring town in Massachusetts. Neptune is a far lusher construct than those early acoustic days - notably the ethereal synthesizers and spacious drum part on breakout hit "Spirit Cold" (recently surpassing 6 million stream on Spotify), a brittle splash of percussion to open "Backwards and Forwards" and feedback created by two cellphones on "Cross My Mind."

The band is on tour all Summer through Autumn, including an opening slot for José González. See full list of dates HERE. For a taste of Tall Heights' captivating live show, watch the band's stunning live performance of album single "Spirit Cold" HERE.Tour Dates
7/19: Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
7/21: Belmar, NJ @ Songwriters on the Beach
7/24: Egg Harbor, WI @ Peg Egan Performing Arts Center
7/28: Green Bay, WI @ Meyer Theatre
7/30: Bayfield, WI Big Top Chautauqua
7/31: Marshfield, WI @ Columbia Park
8/1: Chicago, IL @ Millennium Park Summer Music Series
8/20: Schwenksville, PA @ Philadelphia Folk Festival
8/27: Hunter, NY @ Doctorow Center for the Arts
9/14: Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
9/15: Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern
9/21: Los Angeles, CA @ Resident
9/29: Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground
9/30: Northampton, MA @ Iron HorseMusic Hall
10/5: Washington, DC @ DC9
10/6: New York, NY @ MercuryLounge
10/7: Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
10/20: Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom& Tavern
10/21: Chicago, IL @ Schubas
10/22: Cedar Rapids, IA @ CSPS Hall
10/23: St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club

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Theatre History Studies

acknowledges, it is challenging to select scripts for an anthology. Some other superlative examples of children’s theatre plays for future consideration include Nilo Cruz’s A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings, José Cruz González’s Lily Plants a Garden, Kevin Henkes’s Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, Luis Alfaro’s arrangement of Black Butter®y, Super Chela, Piñata Woman and Other Super Hero Girls Like Me, Naomi Iizuka’s Citizen 13559: The Journal of Ben Uchida, Kia Corthron’s Snapshot Silhouette, and Karen Zacharias’s Einstein Is a Dummy. Theatre for Children: Fifteen Classic Plays is structured similarly to another excellent theatre for young audience anthology, published in 1998 and also edited by Jennings, Theatre for Young Audiences: Twenty Great Plays for Children. Jennings’s respect for the child audience is evident with his discerning selection of artistically evocative, highly entertaining, and educational plays. He boldly assembles plays that ask the questions youth are seeking answers to and that challenge conventional boundaries of what children should be privileged to see as audience members. —KRISTIN LEAHEY University of Texas at Austin \ Laboring to Play: Home Entertainment and the Spectacle of Middle-Class Cultural Life, 1850–1920. By Melanie Dawson. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2005. x + 257 pp. $39.75 cloth. The Most American Thing in America: Circuit Chautauqua as Performance. By Charlotte Canning. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press,2005.xi + 268 pp. $34.95 hardcover. In Laboring to Play, Melanie Dawson invites her readers on an insider’s guided tour of home and community entertainments between 1850 and 1920, when ordinary Americans enjoyed games, charades, tableaux vivant, amateur theatricalsrecitations, and pageants. The pre-airwaves entertainments, like today’s video games and electronic equipment, came with written rules and instructionsand these guidebooks are at the heart of Dawson’s investigation. Her thesis is that the texts “implicitly argue that how one used leisure time was just as signi¤cant as how one earned a living” (13). Dawson proposes to explore this high-stakes recreation as “a performative, re®ective space, a place to test out visions of a culture in the process of (trans)formation. Through the jose gonzalez chautauqua, temporal, spectacular, and ultimately, self-conscious practices of home enterBOOK REVIEWS { 148 } tainment, [where] middling Americans could perform their new postures, attitudesand behaviors—during their leisure hours and in the everyday scenarios that followed” (19). Does my choice of the word proposes in the previous paragraph suggests equivocation? Yes. Although Dawson concludes that home entertainment has “dual roots in both texts and performances” (209), the performance historian may be disappointed by this book, which gets closest to dealing with what real people were actually doing when it deals with the instructions that came in entertainment guides. There is frustratingly little about the “everyday scenarios that followed”(or preceded) the entertainments. Suchscenarios primarily emerge in Dawson’s analysis of novels, as well as a few short stories and plays. A short list of these includes Jane Eyre; The Wide, Wide World; Uncle Tom’s Cabin; The House of Mirth; The Tragic Muse; My Antonia; Main Street; Louisa May Alcott’s novella “Behind a Mask”; and Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Herland. While Dawson asserts that we cannot know exactly what ordinary people thought or did, she does not hesitate to attribute meaning to the labors she describes and uses her readings of the novels to stand in for what citizen practitioners might have done or thought. More attention to daily life would have contextualized the leisure practices that too often emerge here via a kind of belletristic rhetoric. Nevertheless, Dawson covers fascinating terrain. If she fails to stop at many performance junctures, she still scores a verbal hit with every textual site she visits. Her ¤rst three chapters offer numerous examples of entertainments that required physical involvement and often elaborate costumes and props. The paradox (and therefore, probably, the appeal) at the heart of midcentury games like “The Genteel Lady,” “The Trades,” “The Stage Coach,” “I’ve Come to Torment You,” or “Blindman’s Bluff” is the specter of people who were striving for gentility in their everyday lives using their leisure hours indulging in bodily distortion.

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New York State County Jail Administrator's Addresses, Telephone, and Facsimile Numbers

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Michael Lyons, Superintendent
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Christopher Ivers, Administrator
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Mark Smolinsky, Major
Broome County Sheriff's Office and Corrections Division
155 Lt. Vanwinkle Drive
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Telephone: (607) 778-8865
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Cattaraugus County Jail
Eric Keller, Captain
301 Court Street
Little Valley, NY 14755
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Cayuga County Jail
Robert Elser, Chief
Cayuga County Sheriff's Department
7445 County House Road
Auburn, NY 13021
Telephone: (315) 253-2911
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Chautauqua County Jail
Matt Stuczynski, Captain
Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office
15 East Chautauqua Ave.
Mayville, New York 14757
Telephone: (716) 753-4910
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Chemung County Jail
Raymond Hodge, Major
211 William Street
Elmira, NY 14901
Telephone: (607) 737-2082
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Chenango County Jail
Christopher Miles, Lieutenant
279 Country Road 46
Norwich, New York 13815
Telephone: (607) 334-2000
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Clinton County Jail
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Patrick Delaney, Captain
85 Industrial Tract
Hudson, NY 12534
Telephone: (518) 828-3324
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Cortland County Jail
Nicholas Lynch, Captain
54 Greenbush Street
Cortland, NY 13045
Telephone: (607) 756-4275
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Alan Weaver, Lieutenant
Court House Square
280 Phoebe Lane, Suite 1
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Therese Lee, Superintendent
150 North Hamilton Street
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Erie County Correctional Facility
Thomas Diina, Superintendent
11581 Walden Avenue
Alden, NY 14004
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Erie County Holding Center
40 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
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Essex County Jail
Peter Feeley, Major
Essex County Sheriff's Office
PO Box 68, 702 Stowersville Road
Lewis, NY 12950
Telephone: (518) 873-6913
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Franklin County Jail
Edward Work, Warden
45 Bare Hill Road
Malone, NY 12953
Telephone: (518) 483-6795
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Fulton County Jail
Keith Ackerknecht, Captain
2710 State Highway 29
Johnstown, NY 12095
Telephone: (518) 736-2198
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William Zipfel, Jail Superintendent
14 West Main Street
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Greene County Jail
Michael Overbaugh, Superintendent
45 Haverly Memorial Drive
Coxsackie, NY 12051
Telephone: (518) 943-3527
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Hamilton County Jail
Karl Abrams, Sheriff
South Shore Road
Lake Pleasant, NY 12108
Telephone: (518) 548-3113
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Herkimer County Jail
Thomas Adams, Lieutenant
Suite 2900
320 North Main Street
Herkimer, NY 13350-1949
Telephone: (315) 867-1252
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Jefferson County Jail
Mark Wilson, Lieutenant
753 Waterman Drive
Watertown, NY 13601
Telephone: (315) 786-2664
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Lewis County Jail
Tim Thayer, Administrator
P.O. Box 233
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Livingston County Jail
Aaron Galvin, Chief
4 Court Street
Geneseo, NY 14454
Telephone: (585) 243-7180
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Madison County Jail
Timothy Flynn, Captain
Box 16 North Court Street
Wampsville, NY 13163
Telephone: (315) 366-2289
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Monroe County Jail
Matt VanDuzee, Superintendent
130 Plymouth Avenue
Rochester, NY 14614
Telephone: (585) 428-5243
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Montgomery County Jail
Robert J. Barbuti, Administrator
P.O. Box 432
Fultonville, NY 12072
Telephone: (518) 853-5555
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Nassau County Correctional Center
Daniel Donehue, Captain
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
100 Carman Avenue
East Meadow, NY 11554
Telephone: (516) 572-4101
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New York City Department of Correction
Cynthia Brann, Commissioner
75-20 Astoria Blvd., STE 100
East Elmhurst, New York, NY 11370
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Niagara County Jail
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Lockport, NY 14094
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6075 Judd Road
Oriskany, NY 13424
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Christian Smith, Chief
3045 County Complex Drive
Canandaigua, New York 14424
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Mike Benjamin, Administrator
39 Churchill Road
Oswego, NY 13126
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Otsego County Jail
Daryl O'Connor, Lieutenant
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Putnam County Correctional Facility
Kevin Cheverko, Captain
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Rensselaer County Jail
David Hetman, Chief
4000 Main Street
Troy, NY 12180
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Rockland County Correctional Facility
Karl Mueller, Chief
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Saint Lawrence County Jail
Peggy Harper, Administrator
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Saratoga County Correctional Facility
Rich Emery, Colonel
6010 County Farm Road
Ballston Spa, NY 12020
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Fax: (518) 885-2284

Schenectady County Jail
Ronald Walsh, Superintendent
320 Veeder Avenue
Schenectady, NY 12307
Telephone: (518) 388-4586
Fax: (518) 388-4593

Schoharie County Jail
Roger Butler, Lieutenant
P.O. Box 689
Depot Lane
Schoharie, NY 12157
Telephone: (518) 295-7071
Fax: (518) 295-9503

Schuyler County Jail
Jim Perry, Administrator
106 Tenth Street
Watkins Glen, NY 14891
Telephone: (607) 535-8222
Fax: (607) 535-8216

Seneca County Jail
Donald Borland, Captain
6150 Route 96
Romulus, New York 14541-9552
Telephone: (315) 220-3465
Fax: (315) 220-3480

Steuben County Jail
Matthew P. Whitmore, Major
7007 Rumsey Street Extension
Bath, NY 14810
Telephone: (607) 622-3906
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Suffolk County Jail
Michael Franchi, Warden
100 Center Drive
Riverhead, NY 11901
Telephone: (631) 852-2200

Sullivan County Jail
Hal Smith, Chief
58 Old Route 17
Monticello, NY 12701
Telephone: (845) 794-7102
Fax: (845) 794-3250

Tioga County Jail
Tim Agan, Lieutenant
103 Corporate Drive
Owego, NY 13827
Telephone: (607) 687-1010
Fax: (607) 687-6755

Tompkins County Jail
Raymond Bunce, Captain
779 Warren Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
Telephone: (607) 257-5316
Fax: (607) 266-5403

Ulster County Jail
Evelyn Mallard, Colonel
380 Boulevard
Kingston, NY 12401
Telephone: (845) 340-7494
Fax: (845) 340-8343

Warren County Jail
Al Jose gonzalez chautauqua, Captain
1400 State Route 9
Lake George, First nbc bank amite la 12845
Telephone: (518) 743-2500
Fax: (518) 743-3535

Washington County Jail
Eugene McKenna, Captain
399 Broadway
Ft. Edward, NY 12828
Telephone: (518) 746-2476
Fax: (518) 746-2484

Wayne County Jail
David Ambeau, Major
7368 Route 31
Lyons, NY 14489
Telephone: (315) 946-5801
Fax: (315) 946-5613

Westchester County Department of Correction
Joseph Spano, Commissioner
P.O. Box 389,
Headquarters Building
Valhalla, NY 10595
Telephone: (914) 231-1054
Fax: (914) 347-6240

Wyoming County Jail
C. Michael Horton, Jail Administrator
151 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Telephone: (585) 786-8808
Fax: (585) 786-8573

Yates County Jail
Jared Bailey, Chief
227 Main Street
Penn Yan, NY 14527
Telephone: (315) 536-5175
Fax: (315) 536-5121

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Find tour dates and live music events for all your favorite bands and artists in your city. Get concert tickets, news and RSVP to shows with Bandsintown.

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Boulder, [email protected] Auditorium

Phenomenal. The revamping of classic Jose songs was inspiration and moving. Impossible to sit still to. A buffet of sounds and creates magnificent landscapes, then builds into booming crescendos. Perfect.

Kalamazoo, [email protected] State Theatre

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5 Events for the Week of 08/26

1. Welcome back party at Regent Administrative Center Lawn

08/26

4 pm to 7 pm

Center for Inclusion and Social Change welcomes back new and returning students to the CU Boulder campus with the CUnity Fest. The fest includes food and information about the many diverse cultural student organizations, campus departments and resources available to you.

2. Be Involved Fair at Norlin Quadrangle, CU Boulder Campus

08/28

2 pm to 6 pm

This welcome event for students is brought to you by the Center for Student Inclusion and the Volunteer Resource Center. The fair is a networking event to see what’s happening on campus and how you can get involved, including nonprofit organizations and volunteer opportunities.

3. Steel Pulse at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/28

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

This reggae band will be performing at Chautauqua Auditorium and will be presented by 97.3 KBCO. The band would like to also remember the late drummer Steve “Grizzly” Nisbett. (15 March 1948 – 18 January 2018), who was a drummer for the reggae group Steel Pulse from 1977 to 2001.

4. The Annex at The Fox Theatre

08/27

Doors: 7:30 pm, show 8 pm

This “Best of College” edition of Annex brings together Christian college students at the start of the school year for a night of worship, talking, and meeting new friends. There is no cost for the event, so feel free to bring a group of friends.

5. JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ at Chautauqua Auditorium

08/26

Doors: 6:30 pm, show 7:30 pm

About his newest, album, Jose says “I started out thinking that I wanted to continue in the same minimalistic style as on my two previous records, but once I started the actual recordings I soon realized that most of the songs turned out better with added guitars and a more beat-like percussion, and with more backing vocals. Personally, I think this made it a more interesting and varied album.” Tickets start at $38.

Kaylee was raised (but not *technically* born) in Colorado. She graduated from Regis University with a bachelor of arts in English. During her time at Regis she worked as a teaching assistant in a freshman classroom setting and in the writing center helping students on a variety of topics. While there, she discovered Cura Personalis, or care for the entire person, leading to her love of feminism and desire for equal rights for all. Kaylee is the managing editor for AboutBoulder,OnDenver, and a key member of the OnMetro team, launching this platform in cities across the United States.

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