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  • REDD makes a splash in the East End
  • REDD makes a splash in the East End

      Feverishly anticipated upscale restaurant REDD, led by acclaimed chef Richard Reddington, is the first restaurant in Rochester with a Michelin-star chef at the helm. Sashimi, duck confit, Mexican street corn, lobster risotto, onion rings, and wood-fired pizzas are all equally at home on its dinner menu.
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  • Rocco owner opens seafood dining bar
  • Rocco owner opens seafood dining bar

      Rella, which opened on Monroe Avenue in June, is a casual but refined seafood-centric dining bar, where you can watch the kitchen's every move. There are no tables, and no waiters. Instead, the cooks do double duty, deftly plating and serving dishes while chatting with the diners just feet away.
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  • Sager Beer Works keeps it simple
  • Sager Beer Works keeps it simple

      Instead of televisions, Sager has a steady lineup of events including beer bingo, monthly pairing dinners, and live music every Saturday. The owners ask only three simple things of their patrons: eat, drink, and relax. It's a mantra for a brewpub that doesn't put on airs.
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Cover Story:
The vinyl word
Once upon a time, from around 1975 to 1995, the Rochester music scene was stuck in analog limbo, with a dubious digital solution waiting in the wings. It was a growing scene that fed off itself: Local musicians put out records, which would inspire their peers to issue their own records to supplement their income and further express their art. read more ... A former paperboy's story of sexual abuse
Rick Bates claims in a lawsuit against Gannett Co. that he was sexually abused as a paperboy in 1983 read more ...

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