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EVENTS: APPLEUMPKIN FEST, HITCHCOCK FILM SERIES 22 FILM: “SALINGER,” “PRISONERS” 28 DINING: PATERNICO’S BAKERY, SHUI ASIAN FUSION 11 CLASSICAL: RPO 2013-14 CONDUCTOR PREVIEW 20 URBAN JOURNAL: THE GUN CARNAGE GROWS 3 CROSSWORD, NEWS OF THE WEIRD 39 BUDDY GUY • DARWIN DEEZ • RED JUMPSUIT APPARATUS SEPTEMBER 25 - OCTOBER 1, 2013 Free • • GRAND CANYON RESCUE EPISODE Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly • • THE SADIES Vol 43 No 3 • • AND MORE MUSIC, PAGE 12 News. Music. Life. Frustrated by our seemingly endless stream of conflicts, the artist finds refuge in his work.” ART REVIEW, PAGE 24 The reinvention of Kodak Park DEVELOPMENT, PAGE 8 GOP’s Latino love. POLITICS, PAGE 5 FRINGE FEST: Reviews, Photos, Best of the Fest. SPECIAL SECTION, INSIDE Inside Downtown 2013 Official Guide. INSIDE REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS | BY TIM LOUIS MACALUSO | PAGE 6 | PHOTO BY MARK CHAMBERLIN The holy war next door The images of dismembered fetuses seem to sear into the sidewalk in the 100 block of University Avenue. Anti-abortion advocates, some carrying signs, others holding religious objects like crucifixes and rosary beads stand on both sides of the entrance to Planned Parenthood’s Rochester office. When a blue pickup truck pulls out of the lot, a protestor yells at the driver and passenger, “If you had an abortion, you just murdered your baby.” The startled driver says that they were only there for a medical exam and birth control. “From people who kill babies?” the protester says. “Why would you go to a place that kills babies for that?” Such exchanges — and much worse — are common outside Planned Parenthood’s facility. Officials at Planned Parenthood say that they are used to the demonstrations. But it’s not just the facility and its clients that are affected.

September 25 - October 1, 2013 - City Newspaper

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