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  • Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts

    As a kid, John Brunelli would walk the streets of his hometown and peer into the dirty windows of old factories, imagining the place at its peak. How many people worked there? What did they make? Why did it fade away? It was this sense of wonder and curiosity about the stories behind Binghamton’s better…

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  • Lost Dog Café

    The bank said “no.” They, like many others, were of the opinion that downtown Binghamton was dead. Why would someone even consider opening a restaurant there? Marie McKenna and Elizabeth Hughes asked “why not?” “I was surprised that people came down here,” Hughes says. “There were a few times in the beginning where it was…

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  • The Carousel Circuit

    Binghamton is the Carousel Capital of the World. But, that’s not even the story. The story isn’t that all six of the area’s treasured antiques are on the state Registry of Historic Places as well as the national Historic Places Registry, although that’s pretty cool. The story is how they got here. Endicott-Johnson Shoe Co.…

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  • LUMA

    In a place so steeped in a history of ingenuity and so supportive of a thriving arts scene, it’s only natural that two of those artists would dream of – and execute – something this big. The LUMA projection arts festival is big. Both in the sense of the buildings that transform into canvasses and…

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  • Lackawanna Train Station

    There are plenty of historic treasures housed in the museums of Greater Binghamton. But, some of the most inspiring pieces of Binghamton history are right out in the open in the form of historic structures. The architecture here is significant and arguably stunning – especially for a town this size. “What I find so fascinating…

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  • Apple Hills

    Binghamton is a place of experiences. It’s a place of roots, be they deep in history or the ground. Or both. You’ll find roots of both varieties at Apple Hills, a family farm for more than 150 years. You’ll also discover an experience. “The experience we hope to give people is to go and pick…

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  • Beer Tree Brew Co.

    If Greater Binghamton has a common thread throughout its storied history, it’s a spirit of creativity. It permeates the city and surrounding areas. It makes it the kind of place where a concept for a farm can transform into an idea for a factory. Chris Rhoades and Brendan Harder are part of a long line…

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  • Roberson Museum and Science Center

    As a building, the Roberson Museum and Science Center is a community gem. The mansion, a centerpiece among numerous additions, was completed in 1906. It is a treasured structure in the city of Binghamton, with vintage detail throughout. It’s where the idea of a community space for art, history and science was born more than…

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