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Record effort: Jacqueline Harris, above, of Diamond Therapeutic Arts, gives a massage to Brother Abubakar at the Edward Saunders Community Center in Buffalo on Friday, while Jeff Warrick, left, performs one-fingered, one-handed push-ups to set a new record of 126. Warrick attempted to break several Guinness World Records in an effort to raise funds for the Youth Prison Prevention Project.

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Sounds of the Duke: The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated the music of Duke Ellington in a concert Friday at Kleinhans Music Hall. Above, BPO harpists play while at right, guest artist pop/jazz singer Freda Payne performs. Review and another photo on Page C1.

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Out at first: North Tonawanda's first baseman Rachel Wieclaw tags out Nichols' Olivia Zafuto on the run to first in a girls varsity softball game at North Tonawanda High School on Friday. Nichols won, 16-3. Coverage on Page B5.

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Appreciative audience: Robert Kresse and his wife, Mary Ann, applaud as students give a performance in their honor at the King Urban Life Center Charter School during a surprise event at which the school was dubbed the Robert and Mary Ann Kresse Family Education Center on Friday.

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He's home: Clarence's Bobby Florio crosses the plate for the first run of the game against Orchard Park in the first inning of their game at Orchard Park High School on Friday. Clarence won, 2-1. Coverage on Page B5.

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Grill master: Ray Charles works the grill Friday at the Fillmore Cart on Fillmore Avenue and Northampton Street where he was doing up burgers, hot dogs, sausages and tamales.