A landlord’s victim fights back and blazes a trail for tenants

She lives with mice, buckling ceilings, and shoddy walls. But Linda Barger sued her landlord for repairs and won, becoming a pioneer for Rochester tenants' rights. More...

News & Opinion

Council approves PAB appointments

Council approves PAB appointments

City Council made the first nine members of the Police Accountability Board official, though a court case challenging the board's legality is still pending.

Jan 21, 2020

Music

KOPPS: pop plus

KOPPS: pop plus

KOPPS is a three-pronged attack of techno-fection, but it’s not so sugary as to gum up the works in its live show, plethora of catchy singles, or the numerous music videos that capture the band’s intense visual irony.

Arts & Entertainment

Marriage story

Marriage story

In "Slow Food" there's a deeper dig on the psyche behind the simple concept of eating a meal at a restaurant with a partner. Themes of hunger (both real and imagined), anger, mental health, fidelity, dependence, and manipulation come to the fore as a triangular power struggle between the characters takes place.

News & Opinion

Cuomo's budget proposes legalizing cannabis, trimming Medicaid spending

Cuomo's budget proposes legalizing cannabis, trimming Medicaid spending

Governor Andrew Cuomo's $178.6 billion budget proposal, which he released Tuesday, also includes his plans of how to deal with the state's $6 billion dollar budget deficit.

Jan 21, 2020

News & Opinion

Genesee, Young Lion team up to create Valentine's Day chocolate stout

Genesee, Young Lion team up to create Valentine's Day chocolate stout

A pair of cupids in Young Lion and old Genesee Brewery aim to release their new chocolate stout on Valentine's Day.

News & Opinion

CITY's comments are back

CITY's comments are back

Ten months ago, CITY disabled the comments function at the bottom of articles on its website after the platform became a disheartening, sucking, swirling eddy of insults.

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