Inside this issue: Chris Hartman, Salva Dut, Adam Frank, Georgena Terry, LDR Char Pit. Bill Coppard, 24 hours with Youngblood Proper Disposal, and The Red Barn's 50th birthday. We visit Rochester Animal Services on Verona Street, pour drinks with Rose Condello-Garcia, and find hidden treasures in the Finger Lakes. Rochester-born restaurateurs go national. Lagoner Farms, Fellenz Family Farm, Fisher Hill Farm, and Hurd Orchards keep farming in the family. The art of handwriting. Makers Dan Bentley, Cammy Enaharo, and Pat Smith- and much more!
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The Joseph Avenue neighborhood finds hope for the future in its past
This spring, an enormous magnolia tree will bloom at 692 Joseph Ave. The purple blossoms don’t know that the congregation B’nai Israel Ahavas Achim has long since moved on.
Midtown has got to be the most fitting symbol of modern Rochester’s cityscape. And it hasn’t even been built yet.
The House of Guitars turns 50
It seems like yesterday that the House of Guitars was mesmerizing us with kaleidoscopic, homegrown commercials. This year, HOG celebrates 50 years of business—50 years of doing its own thing. Here, Armand Schaubroeck talks about then and now.