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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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The medium is the message

In black and white: Jenn Libby Today photography is more accessible than ever. Almost every functioning member of society is carrying a phone in their pocket that boasts camera quality that rivals that of Nikon, Canon, or Kodak. Gone are the days of sifting through photo albums to see the finite ten to twenty baby …

Summer state of mind

As our uniquely upstate seasons continue to change, summer is ready to show its joyous face once more. That means warmer temps, longer days, and cooler looks are all on the horizon. Yes, you would be correct in thinking of summer as the warm period ranging from June to September in the Northern Hemisphere. Around …

Vacation voices

Heading out for a summer vacation? Bring a bit of home with you—a book by a local author! Choosing a staycation instead? Read and relax in your garden with one of the titles below. You can check out copies at your public library or order one from an indie bookstore. Author Elizabeth Everett (see below) …

“You Press the Button, We Do the Rest”

More than ninety years after his death, the legacy of iconic entrepreneur, inventor, and founder of Eastman Kodak, George Eastman, lives on in Rochester. Known as “the father of popular photography,” Eastman created a dry film that was both transparent and flexible, simplifying what was previously a complex print-making process and increasing its affordability for …

A love affair with the lens

Jim Montanus is following in his father’s footsteps yet carving out his own path as a multiple “Best of Rochester” winner and frequent poster on Facebook, where his gorgeous photos of Rochester-area scenes in all kinds of weather are increasingly popular. He might have adopted his dad’s profession, but he isn’t standing in his dad’s …

Rewinding the roll

Thirty-six undeveloped exposures had been stuck behind the lens of my grandfather’s 35mm film camera for at least fifteen years before my dad and I uncovered them. Wrapped around the reel and tucked under dusty cardboard were the last frames he shot before he passed away. This roll brought me into Scott’s Photo by Rowe …

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