EVENTS: THEATREROCS SHOWCASE, ART OF THE MIX 21 FILM: “ON THE ROAD,” “EVIL DEAD” 28 CHOW HOUND: PENFIELD POUR HOUSE 11 URBAN JOURNAL: MISSING MARCH MADNESS 3 CROSSWORD, NEWS OF THE WEIRD 39 CITY NEWSPAPER’S BEST BUSKER CONTEST 31 JESSYE NORMAN • SOUND EXCHANGE APRIL 10-16, 2013 Free • • SOUND RABBIT • DOLFISH Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • • GINGER FAYE BAKERS Vol 42 No 31 • • AND MORE MUSIC, PAGE 12 News. Music. Life. The irony is dramatic, but also obvious.” THEATER REVIEW, PAGE 22 College Town: It’s about the windows. DEVELOPMENT, PAGE 4 Pittsford YMCA project sparks traffic worries. NEWS, PAGE 9 Look for marina work after Labor Day. NEWS, PAGE 9 Digest Rochester Contemporary’s “Eat It.” ART REVIEW, PAGE 20 COVER STORY | BY TIM LOUIS MACALUSO | PAGE 6 | PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY MARK CHAMBERLIN & MATT DETURCK Latino Rochester: pride and power City Commissioner Carlos Carballada represents one end of the spectrum of the Rochester area’s rich Hispanic-Latino community: immigrants and their first-generation children, many of whom have attained nearly every measure of success. They’ve become CEO’s, doctors, engineers, attorneys, and politicians — often leaving the city to join the middle class in the suburbs. But a large portion of Rochester’s Latino community still struggles in poverty, often filling low-paying jobs in construction, agriculture, and food service. Rochester’s second-largest-and-growing minority group has made enormous strides, but some Latinos say the community needs a new crop of leaders who will fight for much-needed improvements, especially in the area of education. But the community is clearly an important factor in the city’s diversity and economic success. The challenge for many Latinos is to move further into mainstream America while retaining their vibrant cultural legacy. Pictured: Melisza Campos, Jackie Ortiz, and Jose Cruz.