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The living’s easy

Can’t make it to the shore this summer for an old-fashioned clam and lobster bake? There is no reason you can’t recreate the experience in

A feast for the senses

Vinalia Urbana  230 Monroe Ave., Rochester  738-0384  vinaliaurbana.com Along the stretch of storefronts on Monroe Avenue is an unassuming black building. There are no flashy

Nature’s StairMaster

“You’re only a quarter of the way up this mountain, and it only gets harder from here.” After two hours of agony on the aptly

An old-fashioned summer

Without fail, July and August proves to be my favorite season to be in Western New York. The lead up in June is a part

Shallow grave at Holy Sepulchre

Saturday, August 7, 1909, 1 p.m., temperature 92 degrees, humidity uncomfortable. Sixteen-year-old Anna Catherine Schumacher left her home at 162 Cady Street, her mission to

Fifty years down, fifty more to go

The Bachelor Forum stands as not only Rochester’s but all of Western New York’s oldest gay-owned-and-operated gay bar, having celebrated fifty years in 2023. Since

Get outside!

Ben VanderStouw— “Connection”  A skilled rock climber and ice climber, Ben VanderStouw has immersed himself in the sport for nearly a decade. He’s traveled the

Style is freedom

When did you start designing clothes and why?  I launched Golden Road back in 2011, driven by a passion to redefine Rochester’s narrative and infuse

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The living’s easy

Can’t make it to the shore this summer for an old-fashioned clam and lobster bake? There is no reason you can’t recreate the experience in

A feast for the senses

Vinalia Urbana  230 Monroe Ave., Rochester  738-0384  vinaliaurbana.com Along the stretch of storefronts on Monroe Avenue is an unassuming black building. There are no flashy

Nature’s StairMaster

“You’re only a quarter of the way up this mountain, and it only gets harder from here.” After two hours of agony on the aptly

An old-fashioned summer

Without fail, July and August proves to be my favorite season to be in Western New York. The lead up in June is a part

Shallow grave at Holy Sepulchre

Saturday, August 7, 1909, 1 p.m., temperature 92 degrees, humidity uncomfortable. Sixteen-year-old Anna Catherine Schumacher left her home at 162 Cady Street, her mission to

Fifty years down, fifty more to go

The Bachelor Forum stands as not only Rochester’s but all of Western New York’s oldest gay-owned-and-operated gay bar, having celebrated fifty years in 2023. Since

Get outside!

Ben VanderStouw— “Connection”  A skilled rock climber and ice climber, Ben VanderStouw has immersed himself in the sport for nearly a decade. He’s traveled the

Style is freedom

When did you start designing clothes and why?  I launched Golden Road back in 2011, driven by a passion to redefine Rochester’s narrative and infuse

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