EVENTS: ROARING 20’S PARTY, REEL MIND FILM FEST 21 FILM: “RENOIR,” “IRON MAN 3” 28 ART REVIEW: THE HUCKLE BUCKLE BOYS @ 1975 GALLERY 24 CHOW HOUND: MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH OPTIONS 11 CROSSWORD, NEWS OF THE WEIRD 39 BOW THAYER • SILVERSUN PICKUPS • YELLOW RED SPARKS • HOCHSTEIN YOUTH SYMPHONY • TEDDY GEIGER • AND MORE MUSIC, PAGE 12 MAY 8-14, 2013 Free • Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • Vol 42 No 35 • News. Music. Life. None of us is going to wow you with technicality.” MUSIC PROFILE, PAGE 14 RCSD gambles on longer days. EDUCATION, PAGE 6 A cycling film fest? How cool is that? NEWS, PAGE 4 Mayor reports on the state of the city. NEWS, PAGE 5 FOOD & RESTAURANT GUIDE | BY CITY FEATURES STAFF | INSIDE | PHOTO BY MARK CHAMBERLIN Rochester Lilac Fest 2013 schedule. EVENTS, PAGE 18 REVIEW: JCC’s “Funny Girl.” THEATER, PAGE 20 Dish 2013 If there is a theme to this edition of Dish, it is “starting early.” Each of the three features in our annual dining guide refers to that concept in one way or another. Dayna Papaleo’s feature on Tōcōti Chocolate profiles the Walworth-based small business that takes the chocolate-making process all the way back to its roots — or, rather, its beans. City Food Critic James Leach explores the “early” concept from a totally different perspective. He recently had a new addition to his family, and as he looked at his food-friendly 8-year-old son and at the mass-produced baby food awaiting his infant daughter, he reflected on how the ways parents feed their children can have a big impact on what kind of eaters they become. Finally, Jason Silverstein’s piece on late-night dining options goes so late, that it arguably becomes mega-early.