Pulling back the curtain

Over the years, CITY's annual Fall Guide — along with, of course, writing about the great things to do during a Western New York autumn — has become our annual preview of the upcoming arts and cultural seasons.

Back to film school

Before you see the fall season's big movies, build up your knowledge with some supplemental viewing.

Belly warmers

Seasonal drinking in the fall means whisky.

Sounds all around

Rochester's 2017-18 classical music season has a little something for everyone, from traditional performances to contemporary concerts.

New movement

Rochester's 2017-18 dance season will blend favorites with the unfamiliar.

Setting the scene

Before a play or musical opens, crews are work for weeks to build a temporary world on stage.

The grown-up book fair

Area literary events this fall highlight local writers and bring the world to Rochester.

Ruckin' good time

Rochester's rugby clubs teach us the rules of the game.

Waiting in the wings

Stand-out options for the 2017-18 theatrical season.


Popular Events

  • Transgender Day of Remembrance Memorial Ceremony @ Trillium Health

  • Candlelight Night @ Pittsford Chamber of Commerce

    • Tue., Dec. 5, 5-8 p.m.
  • A Handmade Holiday: Holiday Craft Show @ The Historic German House Auditorium

    • Sat., Dec. 2, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Brain Candy Live: Adam Savage and Michael Stevens @ Auditorium Theatre

    • Tue., Nov. 21, 7:30 p.m. $28-$141
  • Thanksgiving Food and Wine Pairing Class @ Via Girasole Wine Bar

    • $35

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