EVENTS: REAL BEER WEEK, MAPLEWOOD ROSE FEST 17 RESTAURANT REVIEW: UPSTAIRS BISTRO 9 ART REVIEW: “5th ROCHESTER BIENNIAL” 16 FILM: “PROMETHEUS,” “HYSTERIA” 24 URBAN JOURNAL: OUR SCHOOLS COMMITMENT CRISIS 3 CROSSWORD 35 Anonymous Willpower • Exitmusic • Dream Theater • North Highlands • Walt Wilkins and the Mystiqueros • and MORE MUSIC, PAGE 10 JUNE 13-19, 2012 Free • Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • Vol 41 No 40 • News. Music. Life. I’m a growler. I like to growl.” MUSIC PROFILE, PAGE 12 Taking back the neighborhoods. NEWS, PAGE 6 Pathways stops most street outreach. NEWS, PAGE 5 Who will care for Hemlock, Canadice land? NEWS, PAGE 4 Shakespeare, Broadway, and Captain Von Trapp. STRATFORD PREVIEW, PAGE 20 GUIDE | BY FRANK DE BLASE AND RON NETSKY | INSIDE | ILLUSTRATION BY AUBREY BERARDINI 2012 Jazz Fest Guide It might be a little later than usual, but the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival will return Friday, June 22-Saturday, June 30, 2012, turning downtown Rochester into a music-lover’s paradise. The 11th edition of the venerable festival has a slew of big-name headliners (Norah Jones, Diana Krall, Esperanza Spalding, and Steve Martin are just a few), a new venue (Hatch Hall inside the Eastman School of Music), and scores of concerts ranging from big-band jazz to New Orleans swing to blues rock to experimental world music. Inside City’s Jazz Guide you’ll find full schedules for every day of the festival; bios on all of the visiting artists; interviews with the likes of Dweezil Zappa, Daryl Hall, and festival favorite Trombone Shorty; and a map of the venues and area food and drink options. But that’s just the beginning of City’s Jazz Fest coverage. Makes sure to head to rochestercitynewspaper.com every morning of the festival for our daily Jazz Blogs, with dispatches from the previous night’s concerts, photos, and a chance for you to post YOUR reviews of your favorite shows.