After 48 years with CITY…

The journalism that CITY and WXXI have been producing continues, serving a community that has great challenges and great potential.

My grim forecast for Rochester's schools

If the Rochester School District's internal problems were fixed, student achievement would increase. But then there are the external problems.

The more things change: 48 years with the RCSD

As we look for ways to give Rochester's children a good education, what will we try that we haven’t tried before?

Andreatta, CITY, and me: a letter to CITY readers

Last week, CITY and WXXI announced that David Andreatta, currently a reporter and columnist at the Democrat and Chronicle, will succeed me as CITY's editor. David will join us on September 16, and we'll start a six-week transition period, ending with my retirement on October 31.

Neighborhood schools: popular but impossible?

For many people, a return to neighborhood schools wouldn’t be a hard sell. But as with many things, that’s easier said than done.

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Medicare 101 @ JCC of Greater Rochester

Medicare 101 @ JCC of Greater Rochester

An easy to follow explanation of Medicare Parts A, B, C, D...

"Love Me or Leave Me" (1955) @ Dryden Theatre

Apples Every Which Way @ JCC of Greater Rochester

Apples Every Which Way @ JCC of Greater Rochester

An apple info session and tasting with The Good Food Collective that...

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