Susan B. at the symphony

This year’s observances of Susan B. Anthony’s 200th birthday celebration and the centenary of the 19th Amendment are momentous events, but at first glance they may not seem to inspire musical celebrations – but the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra is prepared to prove otherwise this weekend and next. More...

News & Opinion

Tweaks to East Main resurfacing project roil residents

Tweaks to East Main resurfacing project roil residents

Bike lanes are to be added to a one-mile stretch of East Main Street, but tweaks to the plan has rankled some neighborhood residents and cycling advocates.

News & Opinion

Commentary: Bankruptcy won't cure RCSD, but it could help

Commentary: Bankruptcy won't cure RCSD, but it could help

Sometimes bankruptcy courts can accomplish what no one else can because they can get stakeholders on the same page.

News & Opinion

Feedback 1/29/20: Felon on the PAB, the 27th Congressional District, critics of Tom Tomorrow be damned

Feedback 1/29/20: Felon on the PAB, the 27th Congressional District, critics of Tom Tomorrow be damned

This week's letters take aim at the upcoming 27th Congressional District special election, the Police Accountability Board, and critics of Tom Tomorrow.

Music

Sunday’s Grammy winners included works featuring RPO, super-producer Bob Ludwig

Sunday’s Grammy winners included works featuring RPO, super-producer Bob Ludwig

The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra with conductor Ward Stare, and Eastman School of Music graduate and sound engineer Bob Ludwig, were a part of two winners at Sunday’s 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.

Music

The F Word: Parkinson's just got a little cooler

The F Word: Parkinson's just got a little cooler

I’m certainly not in the “we’re not handicapped, we’re handi-capable” camp, nor do I want to give Parkinson’s disease too much deference in my life. But my jittery friends Ozzy Osbourne and Neil Diamond recently added their names to the list.

Restaurants

A Hellenistic adventure

A Hellenistic adventure

The mini-Mediterranean escape of Kainos restaurant at Corn Hill Landing can serve as a nice respite from Rochester's howling winter winds. The Athena Blueberry Salad brings summer back, and the Poseidon platter is a mariner's dream catch.

Restaurants

A melodic match

Yes, we canned

A Hellenistic adventure

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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. read more ...

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