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The Gardenhire era begins at Frontier Field
... but not when it was supposed to ...
Brewing a new beginning
Fairport native takes the reins of Ithaca's Gimme! Coffee
Local mask makers give us the why and the how
Coming of age as a queer superhero
Local author pens graphic novel
The year the virus came to town
Rochester handled the Spanish flu with aplomb
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
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
Amanda Farnsworth trains shepherd dogs—and their people
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.
Art we walk on
The El Camino Trail rug mural invites connections with nature
It takes a (solar) village
Could the Lake Tunnel Solar Village change the face of Geneva?
Senior PGA tournament at Oak Hill benefits Rochester region
Home brewed in Rochester
Local home brewers share their experiences, successes, and mishaps
A compulsion to relax
At the Bodymind Float Center, guests pay to lie in 800 pounds of salt dissolved in ten inches of water. They say it changes their lives.
Amtgard offers swords-and-sorcery–styled play
Medieval combat sport provides fun, community, and skills
Keepers of Monroe's medical mysteries
The Medical Museum and Archives houses more than 1,000 years of Rochester’s medical history
Every day is Veteran's Day
Society honors Rochester's military past
Rochester's farm-to-table roots
A look at George Eastman's 'urban farmer' lifestyle
Through tomorrow's lens
Rochester has a long history of optics and innovation. Luminate NY keeps that alive.
Old-timey British bikes gain traction with locals
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