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Submitted by LisaKribsLaPierre,

This month Google adds more than 1,000 new destinations to experience via street view. It looks like we are one of the first destinations locally (Rochester, N.Y.) to open our doors beyond the street.

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Guest post from Heather Harkins, a second year graduate student in the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at George Eastman House

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complete article on our photography blog, DODGE & BURN. 

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via guest contributor, Chris Holmquist
Photographic Process Research Apprentice

Submitted by LisaKribsLaPierre,

I decided to take a little stroll through the Dryden Theatre to see if there were any interesting seat labels from our current Take a Seat campaign (more here) – and I was in luck. Take a look at a few of my faves - the rest you'll have to come in and see for yourself.

See you at the movies!

 

Submitted by Bruce Barnes,

As I wrote in the last issue, developer Morgan Management is seeking approval to build apartments on the site of the Monroe Voiture veterans’ club at 933 University Avenue, immediately east of our historic property. The immediacy and grave impact of this proposal demands our attention. Despite vocal opposition from neighborhood residents, community groups, and George Eastman House, the developer is proceeding with a revised application to demolish the club’s historic structure and construct a four-story apartment building with 102 units—only eight fewer than they originally proposed.

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update

Eastman House is now on the Google Art Project!

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via guest contributor, Megan Charland

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March 2, 2013 Grand Reopening Night – Shared memories of the Dryden Theatre's past, and excitement for all that is in store.

 

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