It is curious that the City has had several articles about guests in my studio (Niraj Lama and Imran Aslam) without ever interviewing the artist who owns the studio.
Kuma Gama - Clay Studio
Hungerford Building Suite #228
Love this article. I'm an avid motorcyclist (it is the main part of my identity as a human being), and am also a bicyclist - whenever I can't ride my motorcycle, I take my bicycle - and this is a fascinating look into a few strident bicyclists' lives. Very similar to a look into the lives of lifestyle-motorcyclists.
I'd have to say that Rochester's bicyclists, pedestrians, *and* motorcyclists are indeed treated as second-class citizens here. We need more accommodations and respect toward those 3 classes of commuters/people.
HORRIBLE review. Seriously.
Dear Rosecmj: We'll be putting together our New Year's Eve 2014 Guide in the next few weeks, and it will publish in our 12/25 issue. In the meantime, you can find some of the bigger NYE 2014 events in our Holiday Guide Events Calendar: http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/roch…
Where are the events for 2013, Tuesday, December 31?
gt: We actually use New York Time style as the basis for our own house style, and it uses the apostrophe for dates.
This music video was filmed there: http://youtu.be/Xkn0pnbWpF0
Dates aren't possessive. 1850s is correct, 1850's is not.
Alex, how did I not know this? This is critical information.
Don't forget that H.P. Lovecraft, commonly considered the father of modern horror, has many paternal ancestors that were buried in Mt.Hope before the family moved to Rhode Island (his father was born and raised in Rochester).
Looks like you are more of a Sesame Street live person. Sorry the show was beyond you.
mind you tongue mrs gavin your language is tad much
Joffrey is both a fool and a insolent swine , be gone
I get that the show is about a war horse - but if you wanted to see a straight out musical (singing and dancing), this one isn't it. Or maybe it was, I left before intermission because it was sooooo boring, so I really don't know. Tickets were free so I'm not mad, just want folks to know what they're in for: it's a coming-of-age story about a boy and his horse, that's it...I think.
Great article and event summary, Rebecca.
I could not agree more....the final paragraph says it all. The way this cast, crew, design team and director worked together to make this amazing production says so much about real theatre and why everyone should go and see this show. You will have fun and you will have a real experience that you will chuckle about and talk about for days to come.
And it says a lot about the fact that we are so fortunate in this community to be able to have this kind of theatre right here, for us. It must be said that a lot of the magic that these talented artists conceived was made possible because of GEVA staff...from Jean Ryon's dramaturgy, to Frank Cavallo's stage management, to all the folks in the costume shop and the scene shop (whose names we don't even know) who made all the requests happen....this really is "Theatre made in Rochester, for Rochester."
Thanks to all who make this happen for us...including those who open their wallets and give a gift beyond the ticket price.
I like most of these, but can we put the kibash on any more creepy black-and-white skeletal animals like the 69ing rats and vulture-thing on the Genesee River Trail?
Will these lectures be recorded so others, not in the area, could purchase them?
Nothing brings style to a neighborhood like a beautiful wall mural. Nice work!
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