Lucky for you

Restaurant Good Luck recently opened Lucky’s on North Winton. Co-owner Chuck Cerankosky describes the new restaurant as a smaller, more casual, neighborhood version of Good Luck. "If Good Luck is for special occasions and showboating, this is an everyday place for everyone to have a great meal," he says. More...

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Momentum grows for revisions to state's bail reform laws

Momentum grows for revisions to state's bail reform laws

The leader of the New York State Senate says it's likely that changes will soon be made to the state's new bail reform laws, which end most forms of cash bail for nonviolent offenses. Meanwhile, the state's chief judge also called for amendments to the laws.

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Youth climate activists call on NY to sell its fossil fuel stocks

Youth climate activists call on NY to sell its fossil fuel stocks

The state's retirement funds have several billions of dollars invested in coal, oil, and gas companies.

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Political disquiet

Political disquiet

This week, the University of Rochester’s Humanities Center Public Lecture Series examines the themes of community, morality, and current events with acclaimed author Valeria Luiselli.

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Falling slowly

Falling slowly

"Once" is a captivating musical, filled with story and heartache, ghosts and grief. It has every opportunity to be Dublin embodied on stage -- but the music must be honored the way it was written, or the production feels hollow.

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Mayor Warren opposes sex ed, STD vaccine bills

Mayor Warren opposes sex ed, STD vaccine bills

Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren asserts her opposition to bills pushing for k-12 sex education and allowing minors to be treated and inoculated for STDs without parental consent.

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Cyclist gets hit by car, then sued for $700

Cyclist gets hit by car, then sued for $700

Cyclist Bryan Agnello was blindsided twice by the same motorist. First, when the driver rear-ended him. Then, a month later, when the driver sued him for $700 damage to his car.

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Selfhood and safety in black America

Two artists explore black bodies and voices in modern America

THEATER | 'Natural Shocks'

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