EVENTS: IMAGINE RIT, ROC CITY TATTOO EXPO 27 FILM: “THE COMPANY YOU KEEP,” “MUD” 36 FEATURE: “AN EARLY WORK LATE IN LIFE” 30 RESTAURANT REVIEW: OPA AUTHENTIC GREEK KOOZINA 17 CROSSWORD, NEWS OF THE WEIRD 47 CHINESE CHORAL SOCIETY OF ROCHESTER • CODES • TWENTY ONE PILOTS • STILL HAND STRING BAND • MELANIE • AND MORE MUSIC, PAGE 18 MAY 1-7, 2013 Free • Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • Vol 42 No 34 • News. Music. Life. I don’t try to play reckless. That’s just the way I play.” MUSIC PROFILE, PAGE 20 The next foodtruck frontier? The ‘burbs. NEWS, PAGE 6 East End garage SOS. NEWS, PAGE 5 Javert talks “Les Miserables.” THEATER, PAGE 26 City’s 4th Annual Best Busker Contest is May 2! DETAILS, PAGE 24 DEVELOPMENT | BY CHRISTINE CARRIE FIEN AND MARY ANNA TOWLER | PAGE 3 & 8 | PHOTO PROVIDED Rochester’s apartment boom If you’ve been trying to track down Rochester Mayor Tom Richards, odds are good you can catch him at a ribbon cutting. Richards and a revolving cast of supporting characters have been snipping their way around the city, welcoming each new addition to Rochester’s seemingly endless parade of apartment projects. But how many apartments are too many? The population of Monroe County is not and has not been growing at any significant rate, and one of the entrenched problems facing the City of Rochester is that it’s overbuilt — too much housing, not enough people. So who is going to live in all these new apartments, lofts, townhouses? City has the story behind Rochester’s apartment boom, while Publisher Mary Anna Towler goes behind the scenes of one project in particular, a controversial apartment proposal for University Avenue (pictured), in this week’s Urban Journal.