Movers of the soil: Farmers of the Rochester Public Market

The heartbeat of the Rochester Public Market, though, are the men, women, and children who work the region's fields, orchards, and vineyards, rise early on market days, and bring the results of that labor to provide food for Rochester homes and businesses. More...

News & Opinion

Disability rights advocates stage sit-in at county Republican headquarters

Disability rights advocates stage sit-in at county Republican headquarters

About 25 members of ADAPT were arrested and charged with trespassing after a sit-in at the Monroe County Republican Committee's headquarters on State Street.

Arts & Entertainment

Women's work

Women's work

Rose Liu, an RIT student and photographer and video artist, in early May issued a challenge to local art institutions when she posted fliers on the front doors of museums and galleries that asked, "Do you feature as many female artists as you do male?"

News & Opinion

Seeking to change the climate on carbon

Seeking to change the climate on carbon

Climate activists have been bruised and bloodied over the past few months.

News & Opinion

Inching toward a regional school

Inching toward a regional school

[UPDATED AND REVISED 6/28/17] The Rochester school board has taken the first step in exploring the feasibility of a regional school designed to attract a diverse student body.

Jun 27, 2017

Music

Featured Artist: Caravan Palace

Featured Artist: Caravan Palace

Does anyone remember "Hooked on Classics," a schmaltzy record put out in 1981 by K-Tel that featured a cross section of classical masterpieces set to a driving disco beat?

Special Sections

Jazz Fest 2017: CITY's Daily Jazz Blogs

Jazz Fest 2017: CITY's Daily Jazz Blogs

The 2017 Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival runs Friday, June 23, through Saturday, July 1, and CITY Newspaper will be out every night of the festival, covering multiple shows.

Jun 21, 2017

This Week's Issue

Cover Story:
Movers of the soil: Farmers of the Rochester Public Market
The heartbeat of the Rochester Public Market, though, are the men, women, and children who work the region's fields, orchards, and vineyards, rise early on market days, and bring the results of that labor to provide food for Rochester homes and businesses. read more ...
  • Re: Trump gets the Ax treatment in Rochester street art

    • Lunatic Left. This imagery is not appropriate on ANY level. It is especially not appropriate…

    • on June 28, 2017
  • Re: Movers of the soil: Farmers of the Rochester Public Market

    • So great to see such a positive, future focused, celebration of Rochester's now.

    • on June 28, 2017
  • Re: Trump plan hurts cities' health, too

    • Please tell me why it costs an average $250,000 to build or renovate a one…

    • on June 28, 2017
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