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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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REVIEW // I and You at Geva Theatre Center

When it was announced that Lauren Gunderson’s I and You won the Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award, I was ecstatic to see it was opening at Geva Theatre Center, in my home city, the following week. I and You has already achieved strong accolades and a rolling world premiere in …

Community on tap

The Fairport Brewing Company was of  born in the spirit of having a beer or two with friends, and so far, it’s staying true to its name.What started as a home brewery in a one-bedroom apartment has grown into a full-fledged brewing operation with a production facility in Turk Hill Park and newly opened public taproom …

Uisce beatha

I first taste Jameson in a small pub in Doolin on the western coast of Ireland, and it’s like butter on my tongue. “How old are ye?” the bartender asks, leaning forward across the bar, his accent thicker than the smoke in the room. “Um,” I look around for anyone who might hear me, even …

Seasonal cuisine

Everything there is to love about the Rochester food scene is present at Lento, an understated, farm-to-table restaurant in the colorful Village Gate Square in the Neighborhood of the Arts. Hand-lettered on a chalkboard, there’s a list of organic farmers and small batch producers recognizable from weekend forays to farmers markets. Coffee, cheese, and cocktails …

Movers and (milk)shakers

Back in the late 1880s, milkshakes were made with a whiskey kick. In his book, Listening to America, writer Stuart Berg Flexner describes early milkshakes as a “sturdy, healthful eggnog type of drink, with eggs, whiskey… served as a tonic as well as a treat.” Ten years later, the alcohol was gone and milkshakes settled into …

NY Wine Spotting

It’s no secret we live in an up-and-coming winemaking region. Why, then, is it so hard to find Finger Lakes wines on local restaurant menus? That’s the question asked by radio show host veteran Michael Warren Thomas when he launched NY Wine Spotting in spring 2013. “NY Wine Spotting is more than restaurants simply acknowledging our …

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