Summer Guide 2016: Hit the road

Summer Guide 2016: Hit the road

Warm weather is an invitation to get out of the house and move around, and many of us are eager to take advantage of it. The long days are perfect for long drives outside of Rochester — and there's plenty to see in do across Western New York.

Beer miles

Rochester has its fair share of new breweries and brewpubs, but there's no shortage of beer options in our surrounding areas. When getting out of town this summer, stop for a pint at these breweries.

A weekend trip abroad

For those who find themselves in need of a quick travel fix, we've compiled a list of must-dos for a 48-hour weekend at Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Nine summer concerts worth the trip

Ray LaMontagne, Chautauqua Opera among great shows this summer.

Service with a smile

If you're looking for charitable ways to spend the extra hours of daylight, check out these three grassroots organizations.

Namaste for a drink

The yoga and spirits trend hits Rochester.

Summer 2016 movie preview

While only time will tell if this season can hold up to last year's, a number of worthy contenders will soon be making their way to air-conditioned theaters across Rochester.


“Rethinking American Responses to the Holocaust” @ JCC of Greater Rochester

“Rethinking American Responses to the Holocaust” @ JCC of Greater Rochester

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40th Anniversary Scholarship Luncheon @ Max of Eastman Place

Sesame Street Live @ Rochester Auditorium Theatre

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