Meet the Rochester pianist who makes silent movies sing

As the accompanist for The Dryden Theatre's "Silent Tuesdays" series, Philip Carli keeps silent films alive by hitting all the right notes.


Genesee bets on Cran Orange Kellerbier for the fall

The brewery is touting the beer as an autumnal answer to the wildly popular Ruby Red Kolsch.

What Ales me

Rochester’s first meadery finds a home at the Hungerford

History's "oldest drink" surfaces in Rochester at the new Shertbriar Meadery.

What Ales me

New William Warfield bust is one dream 'about many dreams'

A bust of William Warfield near the Eastman School of Music pays tribute to the prolific artist and son of Rochester.


Rochester Fringe Festival shows reach for the light, and the heavy

The 10th annual Rochester Fringe Festival features a mix of lighthearted, silly performances and and serious shows that address social issues.


A Rochester Fringe binge (on the cheap)

Rochester Fringe Festival’s 10th anniversary features 425 in-person and virtual shows. Here are 11 essential and free events for you to enjoy.


Get your groceries from around the globe at these markets

Foreign food markets in Rochester diversify our pantries with special, hard-to-find items.


Mrs. Kasha Davis brings ‘Drag Story Hour’ to TV with new kids’ show

The creators of "Imagination Station" call it a cross between "Mrs. Doubtfire," "Pee-wee's Playhouse," and "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."

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