This is what people realky find to be Rochester's best? Very sad...
I hope this is where I vote?
If so, I vote for Tasteful Additions, of course!
Love love love it!
Congrats from NC!
What is with the anglophilia? The Edinburgh Festival is constantly mentioned and the media spots are done with a British accent. I didn't notice any groups from the UK in the Festival Guide and the festival seem to have no connection with Edinburgh. The festival is largely local groups which I would say will be a good thing especially if it starts people working in advance on shows for subsequent festivals.
Toronto has had a Fringe Festival for 25 years and they do have groups from the UK. Why not mention them? Local groups have appeared there. They have 140 acts at 25 venues and run 12 days. My recollection is that each show is presented seven times so there are 800 peformances. . Shows start at noon and run all day. http://fringetoronto.com/ . Closer to home Buffalo has an "infringement" festival which seems pretty democratic. http://infringebuffalo.org/missionstatement.php
Congratulations to the Rochester Fringe! A correction: Not all Fringe Festivals charge a performance fee. New Orleans Fringe does not charge a performance fee. Wish you all a great festival!
Congrats to all the local musicians who were nominated for various awards! Some of my picks...Dave McGrath for best Solo Musician, Cherry Bomb for best Cover Band, and MoChester for Best Original Band!
I would vote if the first page wasn't all my personal contact info. Um no.
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Love Lollypop farm but because you put them in the business pet related section a small business isnt getting exposure. Im glad to see the "Non Profit" Lollypop Farms is listed in the non profit section as well.
Why is Avenue Q on the list for best theatre production. That was a production shipped in from somewhere else. It's like saying that the Auditorium Center's production of Wicked was the best in Rochester when it wasn't even a Rochester based show. Or my local corner store has the best TIM HORTONS donuts. It doesn't even make sense. You guys at the City need to start enforcing the contest rules.
Congrats to Bogs Visionary Orchestra, Cammy Enaharo and the many other Rochesterians that made this list.
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