- Study identifies two options for performing arts center
Consultants hired to study options for a performing arts center downtown have come up with two options—one at Midtown and the second at the intersection of Exchange Boulevard and Court Street.
- Drum Corps Associates to return to Rochester this fall
Drum Corps Associates announced Wednesday the group has signed on to return to Rochester this fall for its World Championship Weekend.
- Park guy finds inspiration in city
Aaron Lehman, 30, is the project, program and design coordinator of the Community Design Center of Rochester.
- Fairfield Inn marks opening of Geneva location
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott has opened in Geneva, officials announced Wednesday.
- New York Wine & Culinary Center bolsters local beer offerings
The New York Wine & Culinary Center has expanded its local beer tap offerings, officials announced Tuesday.
- DEC issues air quality health advisory for Wednesday
The state Department of Environmental Conservation on Tuesday issued an air quality health advisory for Wednesday for areas including Genesee and Orleans counties.
- 2 Vine marks its reopening in East End
2 Vine, previously known as Restaurant 2 Vine, has reopened after five weeks of renovation, officials announced Tuesday.
- M&T, REF collect instruments at Jazz Fest
During the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, which opened Friday and runs through July 2, M&T Bank Corp. and Rochester Education Foundation will collect musical instruments to distribute to Rochester City School District students.
- Country Club opens its newly renovated facility
- Designation would boost the region
- Hotels and Motels
- Library kicks off next phase of Rundel building renovation
The public phase of a $1.4 million capital campaign to renovate and restore the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County began Wednesday, the Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library announced.
- Seneca Park Zoo gets a new addition
The Seneca Park Zoo is celebrating a birth and another milestone for its species survival program, officials said Tuesday.
- Future zoo
- Sterling Renaissance Festival marks 40th year
The Sterling Renaissance Festival begins July 2, marking its 40th anniversary with a new venue and several new performances, organizers announced.
- New media and technologies experts coming to RIT
Hundreds of experts in the field of new media and technologies are attending a conference this week held by the Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction and Creativity at Rochester Institute of Technology.
- $100 million first phase of Sibley Square project kicks off
Developers of the Sibley building, now called Sibley Square, held a groundbreaking event at the downtown site Monday. The $100 million first phase of the $200 million redevelopment project includes the construction of 96 apartments, retail, office space, senior living residences and a rehabilitation of the facade and windows.
- St. John Fisher to build $3.4 million chapel
St. John Fisher College plans to construct a new chapel. The Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great is slated to be built adjacent to Kearney Hall.
- Bristol Mountain to unveil Zipline Canopy Tour
Bristol Mountain is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its Aerial Adventures Zipline Canopy Tour on at 10 a.m. June 10.