Inside May/June 2016: Troy Rank and Maxwell Motorbikes, Maybird flies high, Austin McChord of Datto, and Mike Governale. UR medical students bring health care to the streets, and we look for healing in past lives. Our Food section includes raw artichoke salad, freezer jam, and cast iron in the kitchen. We talk to David Baran of Char, continue our Public Market conversations, and join the family meal at Max Chophouse. Makers include Amy Grigg and Brooke Albanese.
Featured Articles from Issue 17
A group of University of Rochester medical students combs the streets of Rochester, looking for homeless people who need medical care. And gladly give it.
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