Tag: Rochester

The Underground Issue


Back to Black

by Alex Rogala

From the outside, the building at 33 1/3 Rockwood St. is deceptively unremarkable. The inside, however, looks like the fallout from a culture war spanning the past several decades. Curiosities — from beaded...


ROC Forecast

by Michelle Spoto

October 29 “Alice in Wonderland” Masquerade Ball Cathedral Hall at the Auditorium Center, 875 E. Main St. Enjoy a night of music, food and dance while dressed up as your favorite character from “Alice in...


The Forgotten City

by James Arn

We’ve all the seen the movie. The dashing protagonist clambers through a labyrinth of dark, long forgotten ruins. Dodging crumbling walls, he emerges on the other side unscathed and treasure in tow. While...


ROC Forecast

by Michelle Spoto

October 1 Karma Vinyasa Yoga Victor Yoga Studio, 23 East Main St. 6:45 — 7:45 p.m. Participate in an hour of relaxation as you practice karma vinyasa yoga for only the cost of a donation. All donations will...


ROC Forecast

by James Arn

Friday 24 Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Your favorite local movie theater. Times vary. Every dream has a price. “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf, hits theaters...

Food Issue


Punching Hunger in the Mouth

by Emily Bogle, Michael Conti

6,370 calories, 308 grams of fat, six fast food venues, 2 hours. Let us assure you: there was nothing sentimental about this eating. It wasn’t about enjoying our food; it was about efficiency,...


Rochester Public Market

by Kyle Hugo

n the heart of a city of over 200,000, one doesn’t exactly expect the crow of roosters early in the morning. Yet that is exactly what you will find at 280 N. Union St. Open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and...


Restaurant Review: Sticky Lips Pit BBQ

by Alex Rogala

When it comes to the Rochester barbecue scene, Dinosaur Bar B Que has the market cornered. So when RIT students get a hankerin’ for some good ol’ grilling, they hop in a car without considering the...


ROC Forecast

by James Arn

7 FRIDAY Five Course Love Geva Theatre Center Mainstage. 8 p.m. Straight from off-Broadway, “Five Course Love”, a show first conceived at the Geva, makes its way home. This romantic comedy takes place across...

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