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(585) magazine March-April 2021

An awe-inspiring escape

Who among us has not dreamt of building or owning a tree house? A place of escape, safety, imagination—a dream home in the backyard. Many of us have read The Swiss Family Robinson, seen the movie, or visited Walt Disney World (where it is a popular attraction), and thought: “I could totally live here!” Tree …

Rum’s ship comes in

In January, the Spanish Civil Guard apprehended a ring of counterfeiters with $4.3 million dollars in fake rum. The schlock was produced in the Dominican Republic, bottled in Honduras, fitted with fake labels made from China, and stored in the Netherlands before being sold in Spain. Isn’t that just the most rum-soaked thing you’ve ever …

Rediscover the Rochester Public Market

It is May. Spring is here … probably. (True-blue Rochestarians know you can’t be certain until after Mother’s Day.) If your winter weary soul needs a lift, it is time to go to the City of Rochester’s Public Market, one of the very best parts of living in Rochester. Here you can see the definitive …

A Natural Oasis for many

Natural Oasis 288 Monroe Ave. naturaloasisny.com 325-1831 Vegan-friendly restaurants are a popular conversation in my office. While I’m a proud omnivore, I have four to five strict vegetarians on my team—and the number of veggie-curious grows daily. So naturally, when weekend plans come up, the city’s countless plant-based dining options become a hot topic. The …

Green wave in the Flower City

Collecting houseplants has become more than a hobby—it’s now considered a lifestyle. Rochester’s notoriously long and gray winters combined with quarantine guidelines have caused a boom in houseplant popularity over the past year. Unlike baking bread and whipped instant coffee, collecting indoor plants has created a community of like-minded Rochestarians who are committed to the …

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