In City’s annual Fall Guide, our arts critics give their recommendations for the 2015-16 season — their picks for can’t-miss art exhibits, theater productions, dance performances, music concerts, and films.
My fridge already has a six-pack of pumpkin ale sitting in it. While I enjoyed the warmth of summer, as soon as I saw the seasonal offerings hit shelves, my mind immediately went to all of the possibilities this fall will hold.
Lecture series spell back-to-school for the non-matriculated In the late summer after I graduated from college, I remember my feelings of blissful accomplishment and freedom-at-last dwindling into a slow-burning jealousy as some of my younger friends were picking out courses for the coming semester.
A preview of the 2015-16 art season With the first tastes of autumn in the air comes the energy of a fresh arts season.
Pultneyville, a small community about 25 miles east of Rochester on the edge of Lake Ontario, has seen a lot of history. And, perhaps appropriately for a place that is a hamlet, a lot of that history is theatrical history.
Our top 10 picks for the 2015-16 theater season The 2015-16 theatrical season is all about fresh faces.
The 2015-16 dance season is all about diversity There will be no lack of variety or drama in the 2015-16 season's dance offerings.
If the 2015-16 concert season in Rochester is about one thing, it's audience engagement. And as a result, local concertgoers will have ample opportunity to experience music and guest performers it rarely hears.
It was a long time coming, but summer is over. I'm sad to see it go, but I can't help but be excited for fall: changing leaves, crisp air, pumpkin-flavored everything, and some the very best movies the year has to offer.
Grossmans explains the art of punkin chunkin For a moment, it's just a blip in the sky — an orange sphere that's very much out of place.
Local breweries are preparing for fall. Here's what to watch out for.