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Life wouldn't be fun without changes. People evolve; circumstances shift. But there can be joy in facing new opportunity.

Rochester is a changing city. It's grown in a lot of ways in the last year, and it will continue to do so. Where will the city be this time next year? We aren't Princess Doraldina, able to gaze into your future, but in this year's Annual Manual, we investigate what Rochester can expect in 2017.

You'll find stories about changes in Rochester's job market, how you can become more involved in social and political issues, and how the recent boost in development will shape downtown.

Eventually, the weather will be warmer, and we're sure you'll want to get out and about. CITY's production team carved out a bike path around the center city to help you and your friends hit Rochester's breweries.

In the arts and music: There's been a recent growth in small, intimate music venues, and we investigate how that will shape the city's scene. Local art collectors talk about how anyone can start their own collection. And we highlight the local poetry groups that help writers and performers hone their skills.

The future is always unpredictable, but CITY is keeping up with what's happening in Rochester. You'll find our print edition on newsstands every Wednesday, and you can check us out every day right here online.

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