Past posts: November, 2012

  A piece in the Washington Post suggests there’s still a lot of value in Kodak’s film business. Christopher Bonanos … Continue reading

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  The Brookings Institution came out with its “Global Metro Monitor” comparing 300 of the world’s largest cities. I was … Continue reading

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  On Saturday evening, the mayor will light the Liberty Pole: Fun starts at 4:30 p.m. outdoors at the Liberty … Continue reading

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I went to full-day kindergarten because my parents needed me in school all day while they worked. There are certainly … Continue reading

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Removed temporarily from the city, the good Rochesterian will eulogize the town to all who will listen and to many … Continue reading

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You may have noticed more roundabouts, curb bump outs, bike lanes and raised crosswalks around the city. Rochester is trying … Continue reading

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There could be some changes to the Party in the Park Thursday night summer concert series. The mayor proposed a … Continue reading

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  Did you know there’s a plan to put a giant science and tech park in Genesee County that backers … Continue reading

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Would you take the bus to work if it was easier? How about free? People don’t use public transit because … Continue reading

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  Lung cancer kills more people than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined. But it gets a very small slice … Continue reading

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