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Mary Chapin Carpenter has a story to tell
Mary Chapin Carpenter's list of accomplishments includes five Grammy Awards, two Academy of Country Music Awards, two Country Music Association Awards and a recent induction in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
- 'Les Miserables' continues at Niagara Falls High School "Opening weekend of Les Miserables was a great success, according to those who produced the ambitious musical that opened last weekend in the Performing Arts Center at Niagara Falls High School.
- JENNINGS: Didgeridoos and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on tap this week This weekend features the return of a Buffalo songstress for a great cause, a pair of Grammy Award winning singer-songwriters, and a great ska band.
- CALLERI: When an amusement park is no longer amusing Randy Moore, a native of the suburban Chicago village of Lake Bluff, graduated from a Florida college and set out to work in the motion picture business. Moore's dream, which is the dream of many who head to Los Angeles, was to write and direct movies.
SLIDESHOW: Oktoberfest takes over downtown Niagara Falls
The 4th annual Old Falls Street Oktoberfest, hosted by the Downtown Niagara Falls Business Association, filled downtown with sights, sounds -- and tastes of Germany on Saturday.
- Fourth annual Oktoberfest set for Old Falls Street on Saturday Raise your beer stein high and give "Prost" to the 4th annual Old Falls Street Oktoberfest, hosted by the Downtown Niagara Falls Business Association from 1 to 8 p.m. today on Old Falls Street. The free German-themed event will be held rain or shine.
- No stopping 'Runaway Train' for Dave Pirner and Soul Asylum Soul Asylum formed in Minneapolis in the early 1980s but it wasn't until they released the Grammy Award-winning song "Runaway Train" in 1992 that the band became a multi-platinum selling band with their album "Grave Dancer's Union."
- JENNINGS: Decade by decade, a good week for local concerts If you arenâ€™t one of the lucky ones that scored tickets to Pearl Jam on Friday there are plenty of other great shows coming to the region, including soft rockers and other alternatives. In fact, this weekendâ€™s shows represent artists from the 1950s to the present, and so to change things up Iâ€™ll present them to you in their respective decades.
- CALLERI: Will to survive and succeed are at the center of two new films
- Strong Museum now houses world's largest collection of Japanese video games The International Center for the History of Electronic Games at The Strong Museum in Rochester is now home to the most comprehensive museum collection of Japanese video games in the world.
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