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Functionally fluid

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that adaptability makes life easier. Of course, any Rochesterian who has experienced the transition between summer and autumn knew

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Better basics

We all know a modern nomad who seeks a life of endless adventure and strives to leave a light footprint on the world. Many are

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Styles & Emma

As a well-known dance partnership originating from Rochester, Styles Dykes and Emma Vandewater provide inspiration for young contemporary and ballet dancers. Dykes and Vandewater, ages nineteen and seventeen respectively, were

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Walking on the wild side

This past June, medical emergency services noted a spike in calls originating in Brighton. Fearing for their sanity, panicked Brighton residents reported strange and wondrous creatures rising from their

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Houseplants 101

The Royal Horticultural Society in London conducted an experiment. They wanted to see if talking to plants boosted growth, so they attached headphones to some tomato plants’ pots (adorable) and played voices

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Fresh fashion daily

Darlyne Truax is the owner of the three Chandeliers Boutique locations—in Pittsford, Webster, and Canandaigua. These boutiques specialize in comfortable, stylish, and well-made clothing for

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Killer of the cloth

Snagged on a log was the body of a dark-haired woman, bobbing and weaving with ironic grace in the water, like a barefoot ghost of

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Staycation surprise

Caribbean Heritage 719 S. Plymouth Ave. 270-4994 Remember vacations to places you couldn’t drive to? The dread of packing followed by the intimate pat-down courtesy

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Beyond the pierogi

Poland is a country that has been conquered, divided, and put back together more times than most, a fact reflected in its cuisine. Polish food

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