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Inside: Dr Walter Cooper, Larry Glazer and Midtown Rising, Interviews with Betty Strasenburgh, Albert Paley, Arthur Vitoch, Tony Karakashian. The House of Guitars turns 50 and we spend 24 hours with RFD Engine #5. Homesteads for Hope, Dadstache Records, Craft Service, Truth Collective, and Brandtatorship. On being homeless in Rochester, the future of libraries, and fiction by Sejal A. Shah. Food including Tapas 177, R's Market, The Pizza Stop, and Joe Aiello. Makers Doug Turnbull, Nick Brandreth, and Sampa Lhundup.

Featured Articles from Issue 4


Rise and Shine

Midtown has got to be the most fitting symbol of modern Rochester’s cityscape. And it hasn’t even been built yet.


Heavy Metal

Doug Turnbull knows guns— and makes his living artfully restoring them.

Doug Turnbull is known internationally for re-engineering the craft of putting the gun metal blue back into old American-made firearms.


A Sister's Dream

Inspired by her family’s struggle with autism, Jennyrae Brongo conceives a farming-based residential community for people with special needs.


wheel of life


It’s not every day that you meet an exiled craftsman making a modest living in Rochester.


HOG Wild

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.

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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