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John Ernst

If you build it, they will come

Harvey and Lauren Rayner have big plans for their rural town—greenhouses, workshops, residency programs, tiny homes, and maybe even a coffee shop and English pub. But it all starts with a rustic-chic bed and breakfast.

The brewmeister

John Urlaub was brewing craft beer before brewing craft beer was cool.

An unknown reality

After downsizing from his 40,000- square-foot studio and team of ten employees, world-renowned metal sculptor Albert Paley reflects on the life of the artist—as well as his own future.

A real-live fairy kale

Genesee Country Village & Museum’s spin on Germany’s annual “Cabbage Walk” offers a break from winter’s monotony — and brings a little fairy tale magic to Upstate New York.

Speaking tongues

(585) sits down with Joywave front man Daniel Armbruster

Normalizing the conversation

ROCovery Fitness channels the power of shared experience to support people in recovery and change the way the public views addiction

The beachcomber

(585) sits down with Leticia Astacio

The beachcomber—full interview

(585) sits down with Leticia Astacio

Talk the talk and walk the lock

Canal Heritage Park is an adventure into the past

Bridging the gap

AIA Rochester is working on its community outreach—through a bizarre, brilliant, and interactive competition designed for everyone.

Wasted away again on Lake Ontario

The Irondequoit beach bar is a buried treasure

Regenerative design

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