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IMAA interpreter saw need and professional opportunity when he arrived in the United States and continues to help people communicate in Rochester.
The show's director, Amanda Leyawiin, speaks about the story, the audience experience, and what she thinks people will take away from the performance.
Dr. McCoy predicts that paramedicine will become a key feature of health care.
"In the Shade of Olive Trees" is available for preorder through Olive Street Publishing, Barnes and Noble and Amazon, and will be on sale at Garden Party Books in Rochester after its release on Nov.
Singer and songwriter Pat Egan is making sure musicians don't have to wait 40 years to share their original songs with the public.
R.M. Dreier has a passion for old books and other vintage paper items. That led the Dodge Center man, who works as a forklift driver, to become the "Bookaneer," buying and selling vintage tomes.

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Caleb Baumgartner loves horror, but picking the "contestants" for the annual Creepy Doll contest at the History Center of Olmsted County can be, well, unsettling.
Hawk Horvath and her team at Rochester's After Hours Paranormal Investigations led a ghost hunt on Oct. 10 at the Greek Revival House in Mantorville. The Post Bulletin was invited to tag along.
Bill Morice works as Mayo Clinic's president and CEO of Mayo Collaborative Services. He also launched a side job as a guest on sports radio shows across the country.

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