Interview: The Cadillac Three

Tenacious three: They call it country fuzz. It’s an ominous boogie coming out of Nashville’s The Cadillac Three, a trio that resonates with country and rock ‘n’ roll in equal parts. What separates them from the rest of the heard herd, while welding genres together, is the trio’s application of the sweet grind, whine, and growl of Kelby Ray’s lap steel. More...

Restaurants

A mighty meal at Caribbean Heritage Restaurant

A mighty meal at Caribbean Heritage Restaurant

The new family-owned spot on Plymouth offers fare drawn from various Caribbean traditions, ranging from staples such as ox tail to the signature rum-soaked fruitcake.

Movies

Film review: 'Birds of Passage'

Film review: 'Birds of Passage'

A compelling variation on the narco crime-drama, Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego's lush film tells a sprawling tale centered on the South American drug trade and the tragic effects it has on an indigenous family, whose members grow susceptible to its corruptive influences.

Arts & Entertainment

Theater review: 'Mauritius'

Theater review: 'Mauritius'

A play about stamp collecting doesn't seem particularly gripping, in theory. But when the story also includes a true crime feel and comes from the pen of playwright and proven mystery writer Theresa Rebeck, things get interesting.

News & Opinion

RCSD budget: City will keep pushing for a say

RCSD budget: City will keep pushing for a say

Tension between Mayor Lovely Warren and the Rochester City School District is likely to heat up this spring. A Warren spokesperson says the city will continue to push for a say in how the district spends some of its money.

Music

The F Word: Is It True?

The F Word: Is It True?

Is it true, pretty baby, what they said about you? This week, two music icons were taken from us. R&B-soul shouter Andre Williams and surf guitar originator Dick Dale. Something ain't right here.

News & Opinion

Overhaul coming for 19th Ward apartments

Overhaul coming for 19th Ward apartments

The residents of 447 Thurston Road and 967 Chili Avenue spent the better part of last year trying to get their landlord, Thurston Road Realty, to fix a long list of problems in their buildings: mold, electrical issues, sewage backups, broken doors, inadequate heat, and more.

Music

Honeymoonphase is finding its perfect balance

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Album review: 'Everdene Holler'

Interview: The Cadillac Three

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