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Editor, Young Professionals — Democrat and Chronicle
Covers:  Buffalo Bills, Rochester New York, Business, Innovation

Father, husband, a @DandC editor, volunteer, @BuffaloBills/@Yankees fan, @MarquetteU grad, sort of marathoner & triathlete. My page & interests. Go #ROC

U-Lace ties up deals with Target, 7-Eleven

democratandchronicle.com — Two of the country's largest retailers - Target and 7-Eleven - have made room on their shelves of discount clothing, toys and Slurpees for customizable sneaker laces developed in Rochester. U-Laces are now available in more than 1,000 Target stores and are coming to 7-Eleven convenience stores too, Tim Talley, founder of the Rochester-based startup, said.

Developer: I-Square about 5 years from completion

democratandchronicle.com — When there isn't much room for new buildings, old ones get knocked down and bigger and better ones get built. Take the I-Square project in Irondequoit, which saw another tenant open recently. While very much in the early stages of development, the seven-building redevelopment project is transforming a popular area of town near Titus and Hudson Avenues and surrounding the iconic House of Guitars.

Inside HTR featuring young entrepreneurs, startups

democratandchronicle.com — Get a close-up look at some of the youngest local entrepreneurs and startups during Inside HTR II: The Next Generation, an open house at High Tech Rochester co-sponsored by the Democrat and Chronicle's RocNext section on innovation, small business and entrepreneurship.

Leadership Rochester recruiting 2014 class

democratandchronicle.com — Recruitment has begun for Leadership Rochester, a program that helps emerging leaders develop problem solving and critical thinking skills while tackling broader community-based issues. Participants in the program will learn more about the challenges facing the area while building confidence, connections and the motivation to promote positive change in the Rochester area through strategic alliances and more.

Top PRism awards go to Tipping Point, Roberts Communications

democratandchronicle.com — Roberts Communications and Tipping Point Public Relations won the top prizes during the annual PRism Awards, held at the Rochester Museum and Science Center Thursday night to honor the best local work in public relations. The event has been put on annually since 1989 by the Rochester chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

Instagrammers in Rochester join global InstaMeet

democratandchronicle.com — Today anyone with a smartphone and desire can snap up images of our fair city, and on Saturday a group of about 25 photo enthusiasts set out to document their own interpretations of Rochester. The ROCstaMeet group, led up by Steve Carter and Tim Lampe, was part of an annual WorldWide Instameet, weekend promoted by the photo app Instagram.

D&C journalists part of Ad Council event

democratandchronicle.com — Two journalists from the Democrat and Chronicle Media Group will be panelists Tuesday during a session on advertising, social media and working with the media at an upcoming event by the Ad Council of Rochester.

Rochester has the happiest workers -- really?

democratandchronicle.com — Apparently the folks over at CreditDonkey saw Shawn Dunwoody's Happy Rochester edition of Pharrell Williams hit song, or maybe they simply decided to ignore all the complaining over our long-harsh winter. Regardless, the financial services firm recently named Rochester as the happiest city in America. Buffalo was No. 2.

Local 'Shark Tank' star giving talk at UR

democratandchronicle.com — University of Rochester graduate and local entrepreneur Tim Talley pitches his U-Lace company on "Shark Tank" and reels in a big investor. Video courtesy of ABC/Sony Pictures Television. University of Rochester graduate Tim Talley will be back on campus for a talk on entrepreneurship and how his U-Lace company recently received an investment from billionaire Mark Cuban during a recent appearance on ABC's Shark Tank.

At all costs, keep the Bills in Buffalo

democratandchronicle.com — We knew Ralph Wilson wasn't going to live forever, but when news spread of his death last week everything else seemed to stop for me. It's not that I ever met him in person, except for the time I saw him getting a ride in a golf cart after a game, or the time I went to Canton, Ohio, to see him get inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame with Bruce Smith.
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Oct 23, 2014

@RichTurner79 So far so good, now if only my other scrubs pick themselves up this week...I'll be happy

Oct 23, 2014

Always nice when you have the WR-QB combo and they get you 4 TDs in one half, #fantasyfest .. Get 4 more, pluh-ease

Oct 23, 2014

RT @MikeyRodriguez: Reasons why I don't go to Pittsford. "Are tattoo studios 'artists' studios'? Pittsford says no" on.rocne.ws/1tOZOFB #roc

Oct 23, 2014

Everything has a cost, including the $100K bill village of Pittsford has racked up in legal fees to stop a project. on.rocne.ws/1tOKHvJ

Oct 23, 2014

Kolb: Like someone shooting a shotgun next to my ear, every second of every day. bit.ly/1nAQGS4

Oct 23, 2014

Retired Kevin Kolb has concussion symptoms 'every second of every day' yhoo.it/1sdDxtK #Bills



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