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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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Nick's Picks: Foster the People Recap

Despite a lackluster turnout, Foster the People shined in their Friday night show at the Dome in Henrietta. While the Dome’s glory years were in the early 1970’s, renovations over the past 18-months have turned this venue back into a potential hotspot for music-lovers. However, this transformation seemed to be lost on Rochesterians for Fridays …

Nick's Picks: Foster the People at the Dome

The newly renovated Dome in Henrietta, formerly the Dome Arena, will host award-winning indie rock band Foster the People this Friday, October 20.  The $8 million of renovations the Dome has undergone in the past eighteen months aims to bring this once popular venue back to prominence in the local entertainment scene. Improvements to the Dome …

Nick's Picks: Mullers Cider House

There’s a scene in Good Will Hunting where Matt Damon taunts his rival after a fight for a girl’s attention by saying “Do you like apples?” His counterpart, a yuppie showoff from Harvard, is confused—he responds “Uh, yeah?” to Damon’s question. “Well I just got her number; how do you like them apples!?” responds Damon …

Nick's Picks: The Warrior Factory

Loyal readers of this column know the deal by now. For the most part, we’re all about the best food and drinks in Rochester. But after a long summer of field research, those calories have added up. Luckily, beach season is over and personality season is here. That won’t last forever, though. Fall and winter …

Nick's Picks: Torin Washington & Abundance Co-Op

Torin Washington is a mechanical engineer by trade and community outreach specialist by passion. Currently the marketing and community contact at Abundance Food Co-op, and formerly the director of the emergency food cupboard at the Cavalry St. Andrews Parish, Washington’s path to a position of charity and outreach happened by chance. Years ago, Washington saw a …

Nick's Picks: The Fringe Recap

As giant inflatable sperm moved through the air in front of me at Parcel 5, I realized that attending the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival is truly a unique experience. This display of sperm was a part of a larger performance, Big Bang, performed by French street theater troupe Plasticiens Volants. Billed as a grand spectacle, …

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