In this Issue: Louise Slaughter, R. Wayne LeChase, Sister Grace Miller, Caitlin Yarsky, and Phillip Burke. Up front with Sniderman's Hardware, B.L.A.C.K., the Flower City Logo, e-Nabling the future at RIT, and Rochester's outdoor running groups. How negativity influences more than just your attitude. Local teens learn mindfulness and empathy through hospice care. Fiction from Sonja Livingston. Makers Carrie George, Richard Aerni, and Sara Silvio. Flour City Bread, Kopicki Apiaries, and Smugtown Mushrooms. Recipes for a classic braised chicken and a perfectly poached egg.
Featured Articles from Issue 10
Ingrained as a part of the neighborhood, this hardware store always has a home.
simple, sleek handbags
Poets have words. Musicians have music. Painters have canvas. For Carrie George, it’s leather.
A local high school hospice program helps teens find their way in the dark
JEWELRY DESIGN FOLLOWED SARA SILVIO ALL THE WAY HOME
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Elaine Spaull interviews the scientist, educator, and civil rights leader you may not know, but should.
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A local music writer blazes his own way
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A young artist’s discovery of the importance of giving back
Johnnie Lee Smith may have been born with artistic talent, but it wasn’t until he was a sophomore in high school that he discovered it.