Wall Therapy 2014 Coverage

Progress reports and photos from the annual art festival: Wall Therapy 2014 is here! More...

News & Opinion

Obscure elections with high stakes

Obscure elections with high stakes

The Monroe County Democratic Party has a long history of internal power struggles and racial tensions. And this year, the divisions are playing out in an unprecedented number of contested elections for committee seats.

News & Opinion

[UPDATED] Blossom South to house immigrant children?

[UPDATED] Blossom South to house immigrant children?

The owner of the former Blossom South nursing home is interested in turning the now vacant home over to the federal government to house immigrant children who are facing deportation.

News & Opinion

Riots still haunt Rochester

Riots still haunt Rochester

50 years later, fear still shapes our community

The riots that forever changed Rochester began on July 24, 1964, at a Friday night street dance on Joseph Avenue.

Blogs

Entertainment Blog

“True Blood” Season 7, Episode 5: “Lost Cause

This week, “True Blood” turned into an adult version of “Can’t Hardly Wait” as basically the entire town descended upon... (read more)

News Blog

Week Ahead: School board meeting; events mark anniversary of riots

The Rochester school board will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 24. Some questions about the... (read more)

News Blog

New semiconductor lab's other benefit: reuse

Yesterday's announcement that the state is going to build a next-generation semiconductor research and development facility in Greece is important.... (read more)

State building semiconductor lab in Greece

The state is building a next-generation semiconductor facility in Greece that'll be shared by approximately 100 tech companies. Officials say... (read more)

Music Blog

Concert Review: "Music at Corn Hill Arts Festival and Big Rib BBQ and Blues Fest"

All the original Ramones are dead and gabba gabba hey gone and yet Kanye still walks the earth. Who’s... (read more)

News Blog

Was it a rebellion or a riot? And does it matter?

I’ve been mulling over the correspondence I've received from the City of Rochester about upcoming events marking the 50th anniversary... (read more)

Arts & Entertainment

Wall Therapy 2014 Coverage

Progress reports and photos from the annual art festival

New initiative brings performances into neighborhoods

Rochester Fringe Festival announces 2014 headliners

Includes Circus Orange, Jay Pharoah, and Spoon River Rochester

Music

The Meg Williams Band

Beneath this sweet exterior

CLASSICAL | Canandaigua LakeMusic Festival

ALBUM REVIEW: "Psychopath of Righteousness"

Restaurants

CHOW HOUND: A new ball game

Orbs Restaurant, Events, and more

DINING REVIEW: The Revelry

Gin and gentility

Movies

Film Review: "Third Person"

Road to nowhere

Film Review: "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"

Monkey see, monkey don’t

Film Review: "Fed Up"

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