Inside this issue: Steve Gadd. Dr. Ralph Pennino, Filmmaker Dave Marshall, and Strength Coach Greg Walsh. Going Hungry in Rochester.. and Are you and Introvert or Extrovert? Tsukasa Hatakeyama, Juilian Foster, and Alan Singer. One World Goods, Earthling Supply Co., Red Jacket Orchards, and Fruition Seeds. Makers Chara Dow, Brittany Isenberg, and Michael Galban. Food including Corn Bread Stuffing, Two-season Sangria, and The Iroquois White Corn Project.
Featured Articles from Issue 8
The Iroquois White Corn Project shares Ganondagan culture and tradition.
Situated near the roadside border of of Iroquois White Corn inherited from the Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, leafy corn stalks stand resolute in the foreground of the 17-century bark longhouse replica.
￼The world-renowned percussionist talks with POST publisher, Mike Calabrese.
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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.
A local music writer blazes his own way
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.
An hour in studio with Rochester’s radio icon