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Short Stories Long

Local author's new collection flows like a novel

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 chickens and the eggs

A former sales engineer finds his true calling in farming

Spiritual values

No, they’re not psychics. But the spiritualists who live in this town define what makes a community great

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.

Not your everyday ballet

Moulin d’Paris, an original work, is also a departure from the norm

Fruit on the vine

The Mazza family on Lake Erie in Pennsylvania is making a name in the beverage industry

Herding instinct

Amanda Farnsworth trains shepherd dogs—and their people

Party on the river

Bridging the gap

AIA Rochester is working on its community outreach—through a bizarre, brilliant, and interactive competition designed for everyone.
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Inside the mind of Hieronymus Bogs

Inside the mind of Hieronymus Bogs

Outsider artist and musician chooses creation over commodity
The unbearable lightness of linoleum

The unbearable lightness of linoleum

Band posters are the favored genre for a Rochester artist with a mindbending method
Memorial Art Gallery's next 100 years

Memorial Art Gallery's next 100 years

Rochester's top art museum marks its centennial this year, but museum officials say they're already laying the foundation for future growth.