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Zac Brown Band and Will Moseley play to a full house at CMAC The Zac Brown Band performed CMAC on June 2. The opener, Will Moseley, was this year’s American Idol runner-up and did not hold back. With swagger, confidence, and joy Moseley played to a near sold-out crowd. At the end of his set, Moseley thanked the fans saying…
5.06.2024
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Wearing the pants

After several tumultuous months of wearing nap dresses and hoodies, it’s time to upgrade those in-the-house looks for party-ready going-out outfits. Whether you’re receiving an influx of dinner invitations or reuniting with friends at Café Sasso on Park Ave for a girls’ night out, having a playful blouse on hand will ensure you look and …

The entrepreneur

You mentioned in a speech that you got your first job when you were fourteen. What was it?  I was a peer educator through Prevention Partners. I forgot what the program was called, it was some type of youth health program, and the high school kids would go to the elementary schools to talk about …

A rare transformation for Char

Char Steak and Lounge 550 East Ave., Rochester charsteakandlounge.com 241-7100 “We’re going to get a little wild tonight,” I warned our server, Mark.  “Let’s start with the shrimp cocktail, then the wedge salad, a side of the asparagus, and for our main, we’d like the cowboy ribeye, medium rare, please. We’ll see how we feel …

PUSH Physical Theatre

As we look toward the future, there are Rochester traditions coming back that many of us are excited for. The Rochester Fringe Festival comes to mind almost immediately. A staple in the arts festival circuit for the past ten years, the Fringe brings a uniquely Rochester flavor, celebrating the artistic soul so many of us …

At the apogee

Some might be surprised by Simone Boone’s trajectory from bartender to certified sommelier. That is, everyone except for Boone herself.  The owner of Apogee Wine Bar, located at 151 Park Avenue, knew she was destined to be “in the entrepreneurial space” as she puts it, but didn’t know exactly what that would be like. While …

Curated furnishings for the home

A walk to the Public Market along Railroad Street in downtown Rochester is full of unexpected pleasures. To my surprise, Warehouse127 home (across from BXCR Donuts), is a hidden gem filled with furniture and one-of-a-kind items for the home from boutique craftspeople and manufacturers. The brainchild of Kelli Berg, principal designer and founder of Warehouse127 …

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