Kimberly and Beck are off the air. But for how long?

Kimberly and Beck have been fired. But history suggests their banishment from the airwaves won't last forever. More...

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When Rochester cultural scene can reopen is an open question

When Rochester cultural scene can reopen is an open question

When can Rochester's museums, theatres, and festivals reopen? The answer, as told by the county's top health official: "I have no idea."

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Outdoor dining can begin Thursday

Outdoor dining can begin Thursday

Under the state's reopening rules, diners must wear masks when not seated.

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Why am I protesting during a pandemic? There's no choice.

Why am I protesting during a pandemic? There's no choice.

The coronavirus has been an illness in this country for four months. Racial injustice has plagued this country for 400 years.

Music

Prime Time Funk releases timely music video during turmoil

Prime Time Funk releases timely music video during turmoil

In the midst of racial injustice and a global pandemic, the 10-piece band Prime Time Funk has released a socially distanced music video for its still-relevant song, "Whatcha Gonna Do (When the World's on Fire)."

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Bello vetoes bill to boost Board of Elections staffing

Bello vetoes bill to boost Board of Elections staffing

Monroe County Executive Adam Bello said he has vetoed bipartisan legislation that would increase staffing at the county Board of Elections.

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Police and press clashes rise as 'enemy of the people' label seeps in

Police and press clashes rise as 'enemy of the people' label seeps in

Four years of President Trump labeling journalists "the enemy of the people" has made it a lot easier for police to attack reporters.

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