LEISURE

03.08.2013

Troegenator Beer Review

by Justin Claire

Troegenator has something of a reputation to uphold. As one of the more noteworthy creations from the up-and-coming Troegs Brewing Company in Hershey, Pa. this doppelbock beer implicitly invites comparison to...

Album Review: All These Evolutions by Mrs. Skannotto

by Gino Fanelli

Local bands come and go. It’s a fact of life; members go their separate ways to start families and careers, and usually all that’s left behind are some fond memories and bootleg CDs. But every once in a while,...

 

Recover Rochester

by Madelaine Britt

As the Gracie’s afternoon crowd shuffles out, the campus eatery is a silent hall. All that remains are several hundred skewed chairs, fry crumbs and the reminiscence of excitable chatter still hanging in the...

02.15.2013

Self-help Book Review: Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination

by Michelle Spoto

“Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination” has a slightly deceptive title. The book touches on the concept of procrastination and the question that researchers, philosophers and self-help gurus have all had...

Online Comedy Show Review - Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

by Madelaine Britt

Although I may not be from the same era as “Seinfeld,” there was no way to escape its constant weeknight re-run marathons. Even as a 10-year-old, the wit of convulsive dinner party dancing and the gentleman’s...

 

At Your Leisure

by Michelle Spoto

As the quarter comes to a close and stress levels are soaring, taking a personal day to relax and center your focus can help to alleviate some of the pressure. Your personal day should be productive, but not...

02.08.2013

 

At Your Leisure

by Michelle Spoto

To keep the body in good health is a duty... otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear. -Buddha The world record for the women’s 100-METER dash...

02.01.2013

 

The Potato Challenge

by Nicole Howley, Jon Lavalley

The smell of garlic and thyme permeated the air as pans sizzled on the stove. It looked, and smelled, fantastic. This week, Reporter set out to cook well on a limited budget and ingredient selection...

 

At Your Leisure

by Michelle Spoto

In the wild, the average elephant eats between 220 to 440 pounds of FOOD daily. Potatoes were brought along in the Columbia shuttle, and in 1995 they became the first FOOD to be grown in SPACE. On...

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