Marc , it is kind of you to try and track Bev down . Eat at Edibles on University anytime for lunch or dinner for starters . I agree Rochester has many great eateries and neighborhoods .People with a positive mental attitude will always prevail and win Thank you Kate Dooher Beckett 4/4/2014
When are we going to break the political divide between Rochester and Monroe County ? I'm thinking that Maggie Brooks and Lovely Ann can get the job done. It would only benefit all. 210,000 in the City and 800,000 in the County. Let's make it 1.2 million people working together.
Bev- Give me a call. We're going out for an evening!! I'm going to introduce you to a dozen great restaurants and you'll understand!! You'll meet the best chefs in town, you'll drink great wine, enjoy great service, and be converted!! We'll have a blast! I'm serious! Mark Siwiec 330-8750
"Culinary sophistication"?? huh?? Who on earth is he giving these tours to?? I think he needs to get out more...or quit fooling himself!
The Boulevard on Empire Blvd has Karaoke with DJ Glenn on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm-2am.
I believe that the language describing the relationship between the 19th Ward and our college student residents is more reflective of the "youthful vibe" used to describe Monroe Ave than "friction". The 19th is overflowing with youth potential.
I also want to push back on the politically loaded language of "open air drug markets". This is big city language that is being improperly imposed upon our smaller city drug activity. Please do not misconstrue this comment to imply tacit support for drug dealing, particularly as we as a nation grapple with issues of legalization of marijuana juxtaposed against increased use of heroin. No one should get it twisted, the 19th Ward is a good place to live in a great American City
Diane Watkins 1St VP 19th WCA.
Great resource , as I have been involved with a few of these organizations and they all do great things!
Just want to make a correction regarding Black Young Professionals of Rochester... It's actually called Rochester Black Young Professionals (just in case anyone has to search) and the membership is open for those 21-41 years of age. Membership is $35/yr and $5 for non-members for events. We can be found on Twitter (@ULRBYP) and Instagram (@rochesterbyp) as well.
They forgot to mention many great services. When you are going to list services, a thorough list should be provided.
You forgot to mention Bob Minchella's dog owner counseling- He's the absolute best!
Somehow this article passed over our most famous and breathtaking public building of all....First Unitarian Church on Winton, designed by Louis Kahn.
Great article overall guys, but seriously...you missed Kahn's First Unitarian???
Thanks for the great article, and for including Cat Clay in it. Miss Clifton is very happy, thank god!
It's "Irondequoit", not "Irondequiot" as you wrote above. You also have two different spellings of the name of the HOG owner; according to Wikipedia, it's "Schaubroeck".
Another of the People's Treasures among Public Spaces is Lamberton Conservatory....here's my homage to its 100th Birthday in words and pictures.
That it was constructed from a kit designed by the company that brought the first affordable Glass Buildings to the America takes away nothing from its charm.
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