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Frankel weighing second county exec bid

Frankel weighing second county exec bid

A few names have been circulating as potential Democratic county executive candidates for the 2015 election: former Brighton Supervisor Sandra Frankel, former District Attorney Mike Green, and Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy.

Arts & Entertainment

Geva announces capital campaign

Geva announces capital campaign

More than $8 million raised to date

Representatives at Geva Theatre Center announced at a Thursday morning press conference that the organization has publicly launched a $10 million capital campaign.

Music

From sound chip to stage

From sound chip to stage

Video Games Live comes to Kodak Hall

There's a special connection that video gamers have to the music used in the games they play.

Blogs

News Blog

Frankel weighing second county exec bid

A few names have been circulating as potential Democratic county executive candidates for the 2015 election: former Brighton Supervisor Sandra... (read more)

Human toll of school suspensions is devastating

Should a student be suspended for tugging on a teacher? What’s the likelihood of a student returning to school after... (read more)

News Blog

Bill Cosby, under fire, is scheduled for April show in Rochester

Bill Cosby, at least for the moment, is scheduled to appear in Rochester next April. Discuss.  RBTL sent out an... (read more)

[UPDATED] Keystone XL bill fails in Senate

UPDATED November 19 — The bill that would have approved the Keystone XL pipeline, S2280, didn't reach the 60-vote threshold... (read more)

News Blog

WEEK AHEAD: County budget review; immigration talk; transit center open houses

Legislators will review County Executive Maggie Brooks’ 2015 budget proposal in committee meetings this week. Brooks presented the plan last... (read more)

Final Question Bridge discussion: "Black males and the legal system"

The final discussion surrounding “Question Bridge: Black Males” at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center focused on black men and... (read more)

Arts & Entertainment

"King Lear"

Speaking truth to power

Geva announces capital campaign

More than $8 million raised to date

ART EVENT | "The Art of Preservation"

Music

From sound chip to stage

Video Games Live comes to Kodak Hall

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Crazy rhythm and classical grandeur

ROCK | Heavy Temple

Restaurants

DINING NEWS: East meets West

DINING REVIEW: Village Bakery and Cafe

Bakery with benefits

Movies

Film Review: "Interstellar"

Physics and metaphysics

"Citizenfour"

"Voices Across the Divide"

Special Sections

Holiday Guide 2014

MUSIC: A sacred oratorio

Why do we love Handel's "Messiah"?

DINING: The edible gift guide

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