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Employees of Ryan-Biggs Engineering Associates set up for the third annual Canstruction, being held at the State Museum to support local food pantries.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Employees of Ryan-Biggs Engineering Associates set up for the third annual Canstruction, being held at the State Museum to support local food pantries.
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Tyler Hopf knows architecture. He has just started wizardry. The 22-year-old college student and a bunch of his friends combined both arts Tuesday afternoon at the New York State Museum. They were building scenery from the classic film “The Wizard of Oz” as part of the third annual “Canstruction” exhibit on the museum’s fourth floor. “It’s going to be a giant tornado, the Emerald City and a field of poppies as well,” said Hopf, a ...


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