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EVENTS: ART OF THE STEAL, PIZZA CHALLENGE 21 FILM: “BROKEN CITY,” “RUST AND BONE” 24 RESTAURANT REVIEW: BAKED AND CARVED 11 CLASSICAL PREVIEW: “PROJECT LUDWIG” 16 ROCHESTER THEATER HALL OF FAME: NOMINATE NOW 12 CROSSWORD, NEWS OF THE WEIRD 35 CORY WEEDS QUARTET • THE USED JANUARY 23-29, 2013 Free • • NIMROD WILDFIRE • GRACE KELLY Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • • RIGHT TURN RACER Vol 42 No 20 • • AND MORE MUSIC, PAGE 12 News. Music. Life. It’s not easy to go out and just get a roll of toilet paper.” NEWS, PAGE 4 The neighborhood schools tightrope. NEWS, PAGE 6 After the storm: the RPO’s future. URBAN JOURNAL, PAGE 3 Taking stock of the changing climate. NEWS, PAGE 5 Forty years of the Genesee Center. ART REVIEW, PAGE 20 SPECIAL SECTION | BY CITY FEATURE WRITERS | INSIDE | ILLUSTRATION BY AUBREY BERARDINI Winter Guide 2013 Winter 2012-2013 has already made more of an impact than the previous two winters. By late December we had some serious snowfalls, bitter temperatures, and all of the attendant slush and ice. After a few years off, winter is back in Western New York. Instead of hiding from it and complaining, let’s make the most of it. There’s no question that Rochester is a sports town, and that remains true even when the ball fields are covered with snow. In this edition of Winter Guide get a look at sports played on ice, and where you can check them out in and around Rochester. When’s the last time you took in a good bonspiel? Make sure to keep your calendar clear. There’s a lot going on in the next three months, from exciting regional premieres like the Broadway smash “Book of Mormon,” to concerts by buzz-worthy bands like Passion Pit. You’ll get the scoop on some outdoor activities, too, like the annual Lakeside Winter Celebration and maple-syrup weekends at area nature centers.

January 23-29, 2013 - City Newspaper

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