Three Green candidates think they can win

You might have assumed that the competition for the seats on City Council was locked up in the Democratic Primary in June. Rochester’s such a heavily Democratic city that the party’s primaries are considered the real election. But Green Party candidates Alex White, Chris Edes, and David Sutliff-Atias strongly disagree. White in particular bristles at the idea that he’s running as a third-party candidate. More...

News & Opinion

Colgate neighbors sue over development

Colgate neighbors sue over development

A group of residents near the former Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School campus are suing to stop local developer Angelo Ingrassia and his company, ROC Goodman, from moving forward with his plan to develop the site.

News & Opinion

Rochester diocese files for bankruptcy

Rochester diocese files for bankruptcy

Rochester has become the first of New York state's eight dioceses to seek protection from creditors in bankruptcy court because of financial fallout from the church's decades-long sex abuse scandal.

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Food waste on city's menu

Food waste on city's menu

Each year, Americans put billions of pounds of uneaten food and scraps in the trash.

Restaurants

New pizzeria offers all-vegan menu and inclusiveness

New pizzeria offers all-vegan menu and inclusiveness

After much anticipation, New Ethic Pizzeria & Café opened the doors to its own shop on September 4, offering all-vegan fare. In addition to pies with vegan cheese and meat replacements, New Ethic also offers vegan wings with a sugar cane "bone" in the center.

Music

Pegasus Early Music's season opener features works for viol

Pegasus Early Music's season opener features works for viol

A vintage sound for strings

The early string instrument known as the viol (rhymes with “smile”) can frequently be found in Renaissance and Baroque art, usually in the hands of princesses, saints, or angels. For Pegasus Early Music’s September 22 concert “Viol3,” however, three viols will be in the hands of musicians Beiliang Zhu, Lisa Terry, and David Morris.

Special Sections

Rochester Fringe 2019: CITY's Daily Fringe Blogs

Rochester Fringe 2019: CITY's Daily Fringe Blogs

CITY Newspaper will offer extensive coverage of the 2019 Rochester Fringe Festival. Check back right here for daily blogs, with photos and reviews, during the fun of the festival (September 10-21) And let us know how your Fringe is going on social media with the hashtag #fringeCITY.

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Three Green candidates think they can win
You might have assumed that the competition for the seats on City Council was locked up in the Democratic Primary in June. Rochester’s such a heavily Democratic city that the party’s primaries are considered the real election. But Green Party candidates Alex White, Chris Edes, and David Sutliff-Atias strongly disagree. White in particular bristles at the idea that he’s running as a third-party candidate. read more ...

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