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Stories from the City We Love


Inside: Helen Miller, Tom Richards, Heather Layton & Brian Bailey. Eric Zeller, Linda Moroney, Howie Jacobson, and Jerry Vorrasi. Is having faith the key to a peaceful death? Squash Blossom Farm, Ambrosia Acres, First Light Creamery, Lighthouse Gardens, Lakestone Family Farm, Growing Family Farms, White Oak Farm. Shop One2 at RIT. Iron Smoke Whiskey, Happy Earth Tea, Schutt's Apple Mill. Makers Sarah Rutherford, Nate Minnehan, and Mike Battle.

Featured Articles from Issue 2


Ambrosia Acres

Like many area farms, Ambrosia Acres Family Farm in Naples stems from one guy's attempt to put food on the table.


Eric Zeller

One man paying it forward through college scholarships

For Eric Zeller, the gift of a college education gave his family the chance for success, which manifested as a growing Rochester business. It also became the inspiration for his passion outside of the business world: funding full-ride scholarships for promising city youth. For these scholarship recipients, it’s the chance of a lifetime — a debt-free college education to any school of their choice.


White Oak Farm

At one point a few years back, Jeffrey Makusij got to wondering just how much land it would take to feed a man for a year. So he found out.


Howie Jacobson

Howie Jacobson spent his career thinking up—and executing—big ideas for some of Rochester's largest companies. Now he's doing it for himself.


Unafraid to Die

Is having faith the key to a peaceful life—and death?

When the situation allows, Sr. Joan Sobala brings a small bottle of rosemary oil, her own blend, to the dying and asks if she can rub their feet.

Popular Articles From All Issues


Jessica Cantlon

A lead complainant in the federal UR case starts a new life while waiting for justice


Ancient Ice

A group of University of Rochester scientists is studying ice up to 800,000 years old to track ways global warming is affecting the Earth.


What Would Olmsted Do?

If Parcel 5 became a park, it might look like this

If Parcel 5 became a park, it might look like this


On a Mission

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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