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coming to town Samantha Fish • Woody Pines • Ultraviolet Hippopotamus w/Aqueous • Laura Stevenson • Andreas Delfs w/RPO • Davey O • David Paich & Dennis Mackrel • Rachel Brooke & Band • Rosie Ledet & The Zydeco Playboys • River North Dance Chicago • The 1975 • Bill Frisell • Randall Shreve & The Sideshow • Wayne “The Train” Hancock w/Patrick Sweany • A Day To Remember w/Of Mice & Men, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! • Celtic Woman • Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio • Victor & Penny & Mark Gamsjager & The Luster Kings • Enter the Haggis • Alejandro Escovedo w/The Sensitive Boys • Hank & Cupcakes • Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad w/ Turkuaz • The Rocket Summer w/Joe Brooks • Warm Soda • Green Day w/Best Coast • OTEP Shamaya w/One Eyed Doll & Picture Me Broken • Cimarron • Desert Noises • Tim & Myles Thompson • Wicked

Samantha Fish

Dinosaur BBQ | Mar. 20 Blues artist Samantha Fish is known for her cool, confident vocals that are described as nothing less than beguiling. The young performer hails from Kansas City where she’s been knocking ‘em dead on the club scene for some time. Fish has toured with Cassie Taylor and Dani Wilde as part of the Blues Caravan Tour; and has appeared across North America and Europe as well as at sea on the Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise. Her latest release is Runaway, which features members of her popular group, Girls With Guitars.

Woody Pines

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 21 Woody Pines is a roots musician who taps into the rural backwoods of Americana. On his new EP, You Gotta Roll, you’ll hear backroads folk music of every kind - inspired by rough street jugbands, neighborhood BBQs, lost 78’s of old blues singers, and dusty 45’s of forgotten rockabilly singles - the kind of music you find deep in the country. Previous releases include Lonesome Shack Blues and Counting Alligators.

Ultraviolet Hippopotamus w/Aqueous

Club @ Water St. | Mar. 21 The five-piece progressive rock band Ultraviolet Hippopotamus mixes tight, funky jams with new dance beats, heartfelt lyrics, eccentric effects and a vibrant light show to create a one-of-a-kind experience. Their music includes funk, jazz, space rock, reggae, bluegrass and rock. Their Square Pegs, Rounds Holes album was

Rochester audiences eagerly anticipate a return to Oz, as Broadway’s biggest blockbuster, Wicked makes its way back to the Auditorium Theatre, April 3-21. voted “2011 Studio Album of the Year” at the Home Grown Music Network; and their latest is a digital album, Broomhilda Suite... Buffalo’s Aqueous offers a mix of rock-based jamming, making the act popular with fans of rock, groove and jamband music.

Laura Stevenson

Bug Jar | Mar. 21 Long Island’s Laura Stevenson is an indie singer/songwriter, and former keyboardist for the group, Bomb the Music Industry. She tours in support of her new album, Wheel, due out next month.

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Andreas Delfs w/RPO

Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre |Mar. 21 & 23 A program of “Romantic Dvorak” is offered by the Rochester Philhar monic Orchestra, led by guest conductor Andreas Delfs who has enjoyed extensive radio and iTunes play via his recordings with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. He led the MSO to Cuba in the ‘90s, the first major American orchestra to perform there in 37 years. He’s also appeared with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Honolulu Symphony, and the Pittsburgh Symphony.

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Davey O

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 22 Davey O, a Buffalo native, released Testing For Rust last summer, earning him top grades on the Folk DJ Charts and becoming a Top Seller on CD Baby. With his Gibson guitar, battered straw cowboy hat and a no apologies rust-belt work ethic, Davey has been touring nightclubs and festivals across the east and Midwest. Previous releases include Reflect, The Emotional Shelter, and The Long Way Home.

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FREETIME March 20 - April 3, 2013 voice and suggestive lyrics, earning fans at each performance with her band, The Zydeco Playboys. Singing in Creole French and English, she has released eight albums on the Maison De Soul label including her debut, Sweet Brown Zydeco, Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Groove Thing, Pick It Up and Come Get Some. Popular songs include â&#x20AC;&#x153;I Waited For You,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;No Good For Me,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Swing That Thingâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mo Beer.â&#x20AC;?

START PUSHING YOURSELF.

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River North Dance Chicago

Nazareth College Arts Center | Mar. 23 The River North Dance Chicago company was founded in 1989 by four dancers/choreographers. It has grown into a professional contemporar y ensemble that performs at home in Chicago and tours across the United States as well as internationally. Their dynamic coreworks are developed by Artistic Director Frank Chaves along with an array of international artists, resulting in pieces that are eclectic, varied and dynamic; each demonstrating depth and sophistication, and yet always remaining accessible.

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David Paich & Dennis Mackrel w/Eastman Jazz Ensemble

Kilbourn Hall | Mar. 22 A concert featuring the works of legendary jazz composer Marty Paich will feature his son, David Paich, keyboardist/singer/ composer and member of the rock group Toto; and drummer Dennis Mackrel, leader of the Count Basie Orchestra. David is known for writing such hits as â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hold the Line,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rosanna,â&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Africa.â&#x20AC;? Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s arranged music on the movies First Blood and Shirley Valentine; and composed the music for Dune. Mackrel has played

with the American Jazz Orchestra, the Vangurad Jazz Orchestra, and the Dizzy Gillespie all-Star Big Band, as well as his own group - The Manhattan Symphony Jazz Orchestra. He became leader of the Count Basie Orchestra in 2010.

Rachel Brooke & Band

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 23 Country/Blues artist, Rachel Brooke comes to town from her native Michigan in support of her new release, A Killerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream. The singer/songwriter channels the darkest nights of American Southern music, sighting influ-

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ences that range from raw, early country to Chicago blue, New Orleans jazz and old, animated cartoons - all tied together in her unique style of oldfashioned melodies.

Bug Jar | Mar. 23 Alternative rockers, The 1975, hail from Manchester England and are cur rently supporting two releases â&#x20AC;&#x201C; TBC and Music For Cars. Their current hit singe is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chocolate.â&#x20AC;?

Bill Frisell

Water St. Music Hall | Mar. 24 Guitarist/composer Bill Frisell is known for his use of effects like

Rosie Ledet & The Zydeco Playboys

Harmony House | Mar. 23 Raised in Louisiana, Rosie Ledet learned to play accordion and sing Zydeco in her teens. The young player has become well known for her sultry

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME reverb, delay and distortion. He’s worked with Elvis Costello, Ron Carter, Suzanne Vega, Rickie Lee Jones, John Scofield, David Sanbourn, and Loudon Wainwright II just to name a few - and he’s collaborated with film director Gus Van Sant, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Frankfurt Ballet. New Yorker has said of him, “Bill Frisell plays the guitar like Miles Davis played the trumpet.” His releases include the Grammy Award-winning Unspeakable; and his most recent, Floratone II. Editor’s Note...All proceeds from this concert go to the Rochester Contemporary Arts Foundation’s charitable activities.

addition, his compositions have been recorded by several country musicians, including Hank Williams III. His latest release is Ride...Patrick Sweany comes to town in support of his latest, That Old Southern Drag and the reissue of a classic, Every Hour Is A Dollar Gone. Sweany swings through blues, folk, soul, bluegrass, classic 50s rock and punk in any given show. He’s performed in nearly every U.S. state and across the UK, supporting such artists as Hot Tuna and The Black Keys.

A Day To Remember w/Of Mice & Men, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!

Main St. Armory | Mar. 27 A D a y to Remember is a five-piece post-hardcore band f rom Ocala, Florida. The VicWayne “The Train” Hancock tory Records Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 26 band’s sound has been described as “mixing death metal grunts with the brash melodies of pop-punk.” The hardworking act has sold some 900,000 albums since forming in 2003 and headlined the Warped Tour in 2011. ADTR Club @ Water St. | Mar. 25 features Jeremy McKinnon on From Arkansas comes Randall vocals along with guitarists Neil Shreve & the Sideshow. Their Westfall and Kevin Skaff, bassist wine-soaked flavor of indie rock Joshua Woodard and drummer has been winning fans nationAlex Shelnuff. Releases include wide as they bring their music, For Those Who Have and their latdescribed as “Vaudeville Rock” to est, What Separates Me From You enthralled audiences. Band memfeaturing the single “All I Want.”... bers include Randall Shreve, Geoff California’s Of Mice & Men was “Mad Dog” Baker, Tim Grace, founded by vocalist Austin CarDanny “Malibu” Klein and Sway lile, who briefly left the band but McStaggers. Their sophomore returned on time for the release release is The Entertainer. of their sophomore CD, The Flood and Vans Warped Tour 2011 and 2012...Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! is a punk hardcore act formed in Paris, France in 2007. Their 2010 debut release is Something for Nothing. Recently signed to Fearless Records, a new studio w/Patrick Sweany album is expected this year. Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 26 Wayne “The Train” Hancock is a former Marine who’s been writing songs his whole life. Often compared to Hank Williams, Auditorium Center | Mar. 27 Hancock released a debut album Celtic Woman features five in 1995 and has gone on to record beautiful performers: 4 gifted several CDs over the years. In

Randall Shreve & The Sideshow

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Celtic Woman

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ROGER MCGUINN CONCERT

4.15.13

CONCERT BEGINS AT 7:30PM

See Roger McGuinn up close & personal in the JCC’s 288 seat theatre!

ROCK OUT “Mr. Tambourine Man” not only lived history, he made history with his fearless sense of experimentation. As the leader and co-founder of the influential 60s group, The Byrds, he was on the leading edge, combining the rock beat of the Beatles with the folk sensibilities of Bob Dylan, to create the genre known as “folk-rock.” Roger's solo career began in 1973 and has yielded 10 albums, a Grammy nomination, and extensive touring.

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FREETIME March 20 - April 3, 2013 vocalists - Chloe Agnew, Lisa Kelly, Lynn Hillary, and Susan McFadden; and a brilliant fiddler - Mairead Nesbitt. Their show portrays the unique voices and styles of each of the girls as soloists along with ensemble numbers. Performing some of the most beautiful and best-loved songs in the musical repertoire, Celtic Woman’s singers’ create stunning renditions of Irish songs such as “Danny Boy,” timeless classics like “Ava Maria,” contemporary songs such as Enya’s “Orinoco Flow,” as well as a host of original songs.

Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio

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Lovin’ Cup | Mar. 27 Jonathan “Juanito” Pascual is one of the top young flamenco guitarists on the international music scene. Born in Minneapolis MN, he has become a respected new voice in his field, recognized in Spain as a unique and creative artist and performing in the bestknown arts center, clubs and festivals here in the United States. His latest solo album is Language of the Heart.

Victor & Penny and Mark Gamsjager & The Luster Kings

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Mar. 28 Erin McGrane and Jeff Freling are Victor & Penny, a 20s/30s style jazz act with a modern twist out of Kansas City. Both of these performers are also actors – she has been seen in the film Up In The Air and on the web series The Unreal Housewives of Kansas City, and he is part of Chicago’s Blue Man Group. The duo calls their sound “Antique Pop’ which they perform on a vintage ukulele and guitar... The Lustre Kings describe their sound as “a truly unique American music experience.” The Albany threesome, led by Mark Gamsjager, preaches its “rockabilly gospel” from coast to coast, wowing crowds at Manhattan’s Rodeo Bar, Seattle’s Tractor Tavern and all points in-between. Releases include Way Out There, That’s Show Biz, Once A King, Always A King, Mark Gamsjager Rocks & The Lustre Kings Roll, Live at the Ronogovian Embassy and Lucky for Christmas/Sleigh Ride.

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Enter the Haggis

The Club at Water St. | Mar. 28 Toronto-based Celtic rockers, Enter The Haggis, tour in support of their brand new release, The Modest Revolution. The group has, over the last few years, found itself causing quite a stir in its genre, landing high Billboard and ITunes world charts; and appearing on such television shows as

as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;coalescence of rock without guitars and pop without synthesizers,â&#x20AC;? comes to town in support of Sweet Potion.

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Club @ Water St. | Mar. 29 Growing up in a home full of musicians (including two percussionists for Santana) helped shape the music Alejandro Escovedo - part country, part rock and roll, part punk. Blending honesty with his unusually compelling instrumentation and gorgeous melodies has let to a unique and signature sound. Escovedo has been hailed, here and abroad, as a songwriter who is artful and original and who composes from the heartbeat of everyday life. His live performances with his band, The Sensitive Boys, are both rockinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and expressive. Escovedoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest release is Big Station, preceded by Street Songs of Love.

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Water St. Music Hall | Mar. 30 The Rocket Summer is the solo work of Bryce Avary, a project of which he has musically dedicated his life since the age of 14. Building a fan base in his hometown of Dallas/Ft. Worth early on, Avaryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rocket Summer found success with their debut

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Bug Jar | Mar. 31 The pop act, Warm Soda features Rob Good, Ian McBrayer, Matthew Melton and Chase Oren. They tour in support of Someone For You on Castle Face Records.

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Blue Cross Arena | Apr. 1 Emerging from the underground punk scene in Berkeley CA, Green Day (Bille Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, Tré Cool) became known for music that combines melodic catchiness with powered-up energy – sometimes described as ‘grown-up punk.’ Such hits as “Time of Your Life,” “Longview,” “When I Come Around” and “Welcome to Paradise” established the act as one of the nation’s best. 2004’s American Idiot debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts; 2009’s 21st Century Breakdwon won the 2010 Grammy as Best Rock Album, featuring “Know Your Enemy” and “21 Guns.” Green Day collaborated with Tony Award winning director Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening) for the stage musical, American Idiot which won two Tony Awards. The band tours in support of their recent trilogy - Green DayjUno! (released 9/25/12), Green Day jDos! (released 11/13/12) and Green Day jTre (released 12/11/12)...The surf pop band Best Coast is based in LA. Bobb Bruno and Bethany Cosentino form this duo which has released two studio albums, Crazy for You and The Only Place. A new 7" came out this year, “Fear of My Identity.” Editor’s Note – An Instore Meet N’ Greet with Mike Dirnt is scheduled for 3 p.m. on the day of the show at the House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue. (585-544-3500)

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Montage Music Hall | Apr. 1 Shamaya Otep - frontwoman, poet, illustrator, author and dedicated lesbian feminist - stops in Rochester on her U.S. headlining tour in support of her album, Hydra, based on a graphic novel she’s been writing for two years. Her previous studio albums, Atavist and Smash The Control Machine each scored well on the Billboard charts, earning sales in excess of 550,000. Otep was nominated for a GLA AD Media Award as “Outstanding Music Artist” in 2010... Hailing from Austin TX, One Eyed Doll is a power-rock duo led by Kimberly Freeman. The guitarist/singer is known for her crazy stage antics and her quick wit, which has eared her a cult following for presenting amazing shows across the U. S. and beyond. The other half of One Eyed Doll is Jason Rufuss Sewell, a.k.a. “Junior.” Their latest is ...Something About A Dragon?... Picture Me Broken is a rock band from CA who won an MTV Video Music Award as “Best Breakout Bay Area Artist” in 2009. Their 2010 album, Wide Awake has recently been followed by Corrupt Me. Editor’s Note: OTEP will be doing an in-store signing at 4:30 p.m. on the day of the show at the House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue. (585-5443500)

Cimarron

Kilbourn Hall | Apr. 2 Cimarron, which performs as part of the World Music Series at the Eastman School, is a Grammy-nominated ensemble that plays “Llanera,” the music of the cattle herders and farm workers of Columbia. The seven-piece ensemble has been together for over twenty years and has performed world-wide.

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Bug Jar | Apr 2 The indie rock band, Desert Noises, is Kyle Henderson, Tyler Osmond, Pat Boyer and Brennan Allen. Hailing from Provo UT, the band has three albums to his credit, I Won’t See You and Mountain Sea.

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Tim & Myles Thompson

The Red Room | Apr. 3 The father & son duo of Tim & Myles Thompson features Nashville-based fingerstyle guitarist Tim â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a producer/songwriter/educator. He won the International Fingerstyle Guitar Championship in 2008 and has been featured on National Public Radio and with such popular acts as Crystal Gayle and Highway 101. He now tours with his 18-year-old son, violinist Myles Thompson. Together, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve appeared at the Montreal Jazz Festival and performed from coast-to-coast as well as in England, Romania, Cyprus, Norway and Canada.

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Auditorium Theatre | Apr. 3 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 21 Back by popular demand, the cultural phenomenon known as Wicked returns to Rochester for a three week run. Dubbed â&#x20AC;&#x153;Broadwayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest blockbusterâ&#x20AC;? by The New York Times, Wicked won 26 major awards including a Grammy and three Tony Awards. In this tale, long before Dorothy drops into the Land of Oz, two other girls meet there. One, born with emerald green skin, is smart, fiery and misunderstood; the other is beautiful, ambitious and very popular. Wicked tells the story of their remarkable odyssey, as these two unlikely friends grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda, the Good Witch. Classic songs include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Popular,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;What is This Feelingâ&#x20AC;? (Loathing), â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Not That Girl,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Defying Gravity,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;No Good Deedâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;For Good.â&#x20AC;?

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Make a mess at RMSC during MESS-tival, a celebration of all things ooey, gooey and yucky, March 30-April 7. by Sue Cannon •It’s time to B.Y.O.T. (Bring Your Own Train) to the New York Museum of Transportation for a special event held on Sundays through April. Kids and adults are invited to bring their HO-gauge trains and operate them on the museum’s huge layout, located at 6393 East River Road in Rush NY. Call (585) 533-1113. •Forum Players Children’s Theatre at Genesee Community College in Batavia will present Rita Grauer’s THE BOY WHO TRICKED THE MOON on March 22. The participation play is adapted from Pacific Northwest folklore and invites the audience to help two young boys escape the Sky Country in a triumph of friendship and ingenuity. Call (585) 345-6814. •The Geneva High School Drama Club will perform HAIRSPRAY on their school stage from March 22 thru 24. Steve Palumbo directs with Christine Sauter Milligan serving as Music Director. Call (315) 945-1528. •Kids can meet Martha the Talking Dog on March 23 & 24 at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, as pat of their LITERATURE LIVE series. Call (585) 263-2700 for full details. •The March SCIENCE SATURDAYS program at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue, will feature two presentations - “Making Tracks with the Animal Teachers and Anne Meade” and “Society of Women Engineers” on March 23; and then, an “Optics Road Show” on March 30. Call (585) 697-1942. •The last March TODDLER BOOK CLUB meeting at Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, is scheduled for March 25. The theme this month is “Once Upon a Time,” and as always, there will be a reading, music and movement activities. Call (585) 263-2700.

•Also at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, a special discounted pricing is set for March 26. To acquaint families with the museum, a TERRIFIC TOTS TUESDAY is planned - buy one, get one free admission. Call (585) 263-2700. •During PUZZLERS SCHOOLBREAK WEEK which runs March 29 thru April 7 at Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, kids can take a challenge worthy of a master puzzler and help put together one of the world’s largest jigsaw puzzles – more than 14 feet long and made from 24,000 pieces! They can also solve brain-teasers, make paper puzzles, and check out 3-D, glowin-the-dark or teeny tiny puzzles so small you need tweezers to place the pieces. Call (585) 263-2700. •A festival of all things messy, ooey, sticky, yucky and fun is planned during a SPRING BREAK MESS-TIVAL EVENT at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue. Dress to make a mess for this one, which runs March 30 to April 7. Call (585) 697-1942. •JCC CenterStage and the Rochester Children’s Theatre will present a world premiere musical in the JCC Hart Theatre, 1200 Edgewood Avenue, from March 30 thru April 7. MOSES MAN: A musical journey of a Holocaust survivor, deals with the indomitable spirit of survival in Kalman and Lily Haber on their perilous flight from Nazi-invaded Austria. They travel with their family to Cyprus, Palestine, Africa and finally America. Call (585) 461-2000. •The CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER is open on April 3 at the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Avenue. In this virtual voyage to Mars, you can experience a high-tech, hands-on flight simulation. Children must be 7 to participate; and those ages 7 to 10 need to be teamed one-onone with an adult. Reservations are required. Call (585) 6971942.

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Dance to the music of Gap Mangione and The New Big Band while raising funds for CURE Childhood Cancer Association, March 23 at Wolk Family Center Ballroom, Temple B’rith Kodesh. by Sue Cannon

...Maple Sugar Festival, 3/23 & 24 @ Genesee Country Village... •On March 20, Lovin’ Cup at 300 Park Point Drive, will host the annual Lovin’ Cup and Tap & Mallet Bobcat Challenge. Both restaurants have created a signature house beer and will try to get people to buy their new brew to see who is the first to empty their keg! DJ Tanner and DJ Bonafide will spin hits while the party goes on. Call (58) 292-9940. •Rochester Women’s Network presents Casino Night on March 21 at Harro East Ballroom, 155 N. Chestnut Street. The evening includes an all-you-can-eat buffet, a cash bar, silent auction, fortune tellers, professional dealers and gaming prizes, along with MC Pam Werts. Call (585) 271-4182. •The Sock Hop to benefit Mercy Flight Central will be held on March 23rd at the airport Holiday Inn, 911 Brooks Avenue. There will be live music by The Generations, plenty of prizes, a silent auction and more. Call (585) 396-0584. •On March 23, the CURE Dance Benefit is scheduled at Wolk Family Center Ballroom in Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Avenue. The fundraiser will feature Gap Mangione and The New Big Band, a 15-piece act, playing a wide variety of dance styles and popular music. There will also be a Chinese Auction, a cash bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, raffles and more. Visit www.curekidscancercom.

•The Maple Sugar Festival taking place on March 23 & 24 at Genesee Country Museum in Mumford NY promises fun for the entire family with events to include a visit to the maple sugar camp to see how 19 th-centur y maple sugaring was done over an open fire, tastings, and demonstrations by the tinsmith, wood carver and cooper who crafted the buckets, spiles and troughs used to capture the sap. Visitors can try their hand at tapping a tree, enjoy activities in the historic village, and a pancake breakfast with real maple syrup. You can even enter your own recipe in their “Maple Cooking Contest” taking place on Saturday, March 23! Call (585) 538-6822. •The indoor and outdoor living show on March 23 & 24 at the Riverside Convention Center, 123 E. Main Street, will feature more than 200 exhibitors and experts answering questions, conducting seminars and offering displays. For information on the annual Home & Garden Show, call (585) 272-8222. •Learn how maple syrup is made throughout Western New York during Maple Weekend on March 23 & 24. Sugarhouses will be open to the public throughout our region; and the family-friendly event is free. Visit www.mapleweekend.com for full details. •The 13th annual Finger Lakes International Wine Competition will take place on March 23 & 24 at the Rochester Plaza Hotel, 70 State Street. Proceeds benefit Camp Good Days and Special

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Times. Wines will be evaluated by a world-renowned panel of judges including distributors, educators, enolgists, sommeliers, restaurateurs, winemakers and writers. Entries come from 788 wineries, 109 of them are New York State Wineries, as well as from 22 different countries, all fifty states, and five Canadian Provinces. Call (585) 624-5555. •Nuts for Mutts Rescue will host a fundraiser called Painting With A Purpose on March 24 at Painting with a Twist, 1276 Fairport Road in Fairport NY. The event is open to anyone age twelve and older and will offer snacks and beverages and a chance to create a masterpiece to take home – no previous painting skills necessary! Call (585) 820-1117. •The annual Cit y Living Sundays series of visits to city neighborhoods has started; with prospective home owners invited to meet at East High School, 1801 E. Main Street, to explore the city’s east side on March 24. For details, visit www.rochestercityliving. com. •A Persian New Year Celebration is planned on March 24 at

It’s by Sue Cannon It’s official! Here in our Northern Hemisphere, spring arrives on March 20 at 7:02 a.m. – bringing with it more hours of sunshine and the joy of planning for better days ahead. Our region provides us with a variety of ways to get the fun started. There are Flower and Craft Shows and Celebrations of Easter (3/31) and Passover (3/25-4/2). This is a time filled with fun for all ages - so browse through the list of springtime activities listed below and make the most of this season of warmth and promise.

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•The 30 th annual Signs of Spring arts & craft show/sale will be held at Powers Farm Market, 161 Marsh Road in Pittsford, featuring artists and crafters, baked goods, fresh flowers and entertainment by Chris Wilson. A food drive will also be taking place for the Perinton Food Shelf. (585-383-1538)

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Memorial Art Gallery celebrates Nowruz, the Persian New Year, March 24. This year’s theme is “Ode to Wine: A Program of Poetry, Art and Culture.”

•At the Italian American Center, 150 Frank DiMino Way, an Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast is scheduled with ser vings at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (585-594-8882) •Veteran children’s theater

the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue. In celebration of Nowruz, there will be a presentation on the origin of the holiday, lectures and poetry readings, a demonstration of Persian dance by the SUNY Geneseo Dance Ensemble, music by Omar Faruk and Murat Tekbilek and more. Visit www.mag.rochester.edu.

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actor Gretchen Mur ray Sepik will present a live interactive performance as Beatrix Potter at 10 East Park Street in Albion NY. The Easter Tea Party with Beatrix Potter invites kids under age twelve to bring their favorite adult and a favorite bunny toy along! Voluntary donations will benefit the church’s playroom and dining hall renovation. (877-265-1709) •ArtsRoc at 3462 Monroe Ave. in Pittsford is hosting a Spring Five Cent Bottle/Can Drive to support Catherine’s Peace Team from noon to three. Kids can have their picture taken with the Lego Easter Bunny! (585-218-9125) •YMCA’s Camp Arrowhead at 20 Arrowhead Road in Pittsford will host an Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast complete with a Golden Egg, arts & crafts, entertainment, games and more. (585-383-4590) •There will be crafts and other activities at the Walworth-Seely Library, 3600 Lorraine Dr. in Walworth NY during an Easter Family Fun Day. (315-986-1511)

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•Castle Creek Farm at 3760 Rush Mendon Road hosts their annual East Egg Hunt complete with snacks, pony rides, crafts and face painting. (585-8617708)

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Center at 1037 Winton Road South in Brighton hosts a Pesach Seder featuring hand-baked Shmurah Matzah, stories and delicious foods. (www.chabadrochester.com)

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•At Wickham Farm, 1821 Fairport Nine Mile Line Road in Penfield, a Bunny Hunt is planned where kids can go on a scavenger hunt not for eggs, but for bunnies! There will also be treats, crafts and more. (585-377-3276) •The Clubhouse Fun Center at 70 Jay Scutti Blvd. is offering an Easter Egg Hunt for kids 12 and under, divided into age groups. (585-272-7888) • Cro s s ro ad s C o m m u n i t y Church at 1188 Jackson Road in Webster is offering a free Community Easter Brunch for all ages from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (585-944-4884)

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•A sure sign of spring in our area is the return of the Ontario Park Big Band Dances, held each Wednesday evening in season at the Roger Robach Community Center in Ontario Beach Park. The Al Bruno Trio with Tom Monte plays from 6 to 7:15 p.m.; and then a featured band takes over, playing until 9. First up is the Greece Jazz Band. (585-8653320)

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There’s something in the American psyche that makes so many of us gravitate to the grandiose. Some view it as a great national trait, others a curse. No matter where we are, no matter what our tastes, there’s a compulsion for more: more money, a bigger house, hotter chicken wings. Of course, that also applies to how we we approach craft beer, and the alcohol content therein. An appreciative palate is not instantaneously for med, rather it starts roughhewn and gets chipped away at until finer f lavors blossom. Hence the common gravitation of new craft beer lovers to comically bitter and insanely strong beers. That’s a lucky thing, because beer is fundamentally a roughhewn beverage, and these insane and comical beers are some of the best in the world. That’s why it’s so easy to fall in love with craft beer, you don’t need years of poring over vineyard geography and grape grafting notes to have a decent conversation about the stuff. One thing you don’t want on any palate however, even in beers of considerable might, is the taste of alcohol. Ironically, the methods used to avoid alcohol flavors play a large role in why big beers taste the way they do. To get more alcohol into a beer, you need more fermentable sugar. To get more fermentable sugar, you need more malt. That’s where those robust, bready and sweet tastes come from. Of course those flavors need balance and that is why God invented hops.

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To balance a big, high-gravity beer you need a lot of hops, strong ones, with high alpha acid content. This is one of the areas where big beers diverge; those made with roasted malt and minimal aroma and bittering hops go on to become imperial stouts, and others comprised of paler malt and heavily hopped, there’s your India Pale Ale. The first thing beer neophytes fall in love with is hop flavor. That enticing blend of citrus, earthiness and bitter draws people in and provides a convenient scale for how hardcore a beer lover one has become. A broader range of taste is developed with time, but even longtime craft beer lovers proudly wear the label “hophead.” It’s ironic that, as beers get more powerful, so much more attention must be paid to that kind of misdirection of the palate, a sleight-of-mouth tr ick tha t distracts you from alcohol flavor by hammering your tongue with big hop and malt taste and tons of aroma. Not all beers successfully pull it off. It’s not  at all uncommon to feel an alcoholic burn in some of the bigger styles. It’s also safe to assume that beers will continue to push the extreme envelope, because that’s the American brewing way. Brooklyn Brewing Company brewmaster Gar rett Oliver is famousl y quoted as saying “The hoppiest beer? It’s a fairly idiotic pursuit, like a chef saying, ‘This is the saltiest dish.’ Anyone can toss hops in a pot, but can you make it beautiful?” The same goes for the strongest beer, and, to many craft breweries, the idea doesn’t seem so idiotic anymore. Mark owns a laptop and likes beer. For more on beer, check out the beercraft blog, updated regularly, at beercraft. wordpress.com. Find him on Twitter @beercraft. Send your questions, suggestions, or comments to beercraft@rochester. rr.com.

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AMC LOEWS WEBSTER 12 2190 Empire Blvd.; 888-262-4386 BROCKPORT STRAND THEATER 93 Main St., Brockport; 637-3310 CANANDAIGUA MOVIETIME THEATRE Routes 5 & 20, Canandaigua; 3960110

AMERKS HOME FOR TWO Our Rochester Americans AHL Hockey Team will take the ice in the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive, on Wednesday, March 27 to take on their thruway rivals, Syracuse. Next up is a Friday match on March 29 against Toronto. Both games start at 7:05 p.m. Visit www.amerks.com; or call (800) 745-3000. THROWDOWN AT THE ARMORY On March 21, the Main Street Armory at 900 E. Main Street hosts a world class boxing event, “Throwdown at the Ar mor y.” Headlining the card is a match pitting Willie Monroe Jr. against Russel Jordan. Also featured are Jonathan Tubbs, Darnell Jiles Jr., Marcus Hall and Lavisas Williams. Call (585) 232-3221 for full details.

CINEMA THEATRE 957 S. Clinton Ave.; 271-1785 GENESEO THEATRES Lakeville Rd., Geneseo; 243-2691 IMAX THEATRE at Tinseltown 2291 Buffalo Rd., Gates; 247-2180 The “Night of the Drum” fundraiser for Bush Mango Drum & Dance will be held on March 23rd at Harro East Ballroom. Shows: •A debut performance by The LowDown Acoustic Rock Band is planned for Friday, March 29 at Califor nia Brew Haus, 402 Ridge Road West. The act features JJ Lang on vocals, and Kevin Cooley, Justin Williams,

RAZORSHARKS HOME FOR ONE The Rochester RazorSharks Professional Basketball League Team will take their home court in the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive, on Thursday, March 28 @ 7:05 p.m. to take on the West Virginia Miners. For tickets and further information, go to www.razorsharks.com. ROC CITY THUNDER vs. BUFFALO Rochester’s Indoor Arena Football Team, the ROC City Thunder, will take on the Buffalo Celtics at the Gordon Field House on the campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology on March 29. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. Visit www.roccitythunder.com. ATLANTIC HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP The 2013 Atlantic Hockey Championship will be held on March 22 & 23 at the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square. Semifinals are scheduled on the 22nd; with the final slated for the 23rd. For a full update of the qualifying teams, visit www. atlantichockeyonline.com.

J.J. Lang and Chris Palemo on guitars/ vocals. The act will play songs from nearly every era in what promises to be a great show! (www.reverbnation.com/thelowdownacoustic) •On March 24, a concert of Taiko drumming by Taikonnection Solo and Fusion will be offered at Smith Opera House, 82 Seneca Street in Geneva. The

show will feature the talents of Ryota Kataoka, Yuko Yamamura, Isaku Kageyama, Marc Wagnon and Masanori Seto. (315-7815483) Benefits: •The third annual fundraiser for Bush Mango Drum & Dance will be held on March 23rd at Harro East Ballroom, 155 N. Chestnut Street. Performing will be the Mambo Kings, The Buddhahood and Bush Mango. (585-820-9213) In-stores: •An in-store signing with OTEP is planned for April 1st at 4:30 p.m. at the House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue ...Also on April 1st, Mike Dirnt of Green Day will be at the HOG for a Meet N’ Greet at 3 p.m., prior to his show at the Blue Cross Arena. (585-544-3500)

LITTLE THEATRE 240 East Ave.; 232-4699 MOVIES 10 West Brighton Plaza, 2613 W. Henrietta Rd.; 800-326-3264 PITTSFORD PLAZA CINEMA 3349 Monroe Ave.; 383-1310 REGAL CINEMA EASTVIEW 70 East View Mall Dr., Victor; 4250420 REGAL CULVER RIDGE CINEMA 16 2255 Ridge Rd. East, Irondequoit; 544-1140 REGAL GREECE RIDGE CENTER 12 176 Greece Ridge Center Drive; 225-5810 REGAL HENRIETTA CINEMA 18 Marketplace Drive, Henrietta; 4243090 TINSELTOWN USA GATES 2291 Buffalo Rd., Gates; 247-2180 FOR SHOWTIMES SEE WWW.FREETIME.COM

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Written by Karen Croner; directed by Paul Weitz With Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Lily Tomlin Rated PG-13 By Ed Symkus There will be a lot of people lining up to see this new comedy just because Tina Fey is in it. Being a famous TV star tends to draw people in when they make a movie. But there will also be a lot of folks buying tickets because they read and loved Jean Hanff Korelitz’s popular 2009 novel, on which the film is based. Fey fans will be happy, if not quite delighted, as her performance is pretty good, but too bland which, to be fair, is what the character calls for. But there’s going to be a problem, if not a furor, among readers who have been waiting to see how the book fares onscreen. The problem is that there’s not much resemblance between the two. The stor y, about Princeton admissions officer Portia Nathan (Fey) having some difficulties concerning Jeremiah (Nat Wolff), a bright outsider sort of   high schooler who’s applying there, is at the center of the film, as it was in the book. And there’s John Pressman (Paul Rudd), who runs the developmental high school that Jeremiah goes to, also right from the book. And for the feminists out there, don’t worry, Portia’s mom, Susannah (Lily

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more than an emotional catfight with a coworker. You want to feel for these two nice, caring people, but it’s difficult when they’re so uninteresting. Then there’s Lily Tomlin, who absolutely lights up the screen as the feisty Susannah, a single mom and an independent spirit who was likely right up in the front lines when the women’s movement got its start, and has never backed off. One of the film’s best – and most meaningful – sight gags is the tattoo of Bella Abzug on her shoulder. (Those of you too young to get it should Google her.) Director Paul Weitz is a little too loose with the film’s moods, as they change, from way up to way down, too quickly. But neither he nor scriptwriter Karen Croner can be blamed for the hard-totake, not-very-believable ending. That problem rests solidly with Korelitz, and is the way she ended the book. Why couldn’t the filmmakers have changed that? Tomlin), has some screen time. But, without giving anything away to those not familiar with the source material, some changes have been made. Some big changes. Changes in structure and plot development and message and eventual outcome that are likely going to disappoint many, and outrage others. Of course there’s the argument that the book is the book, and the movie is the movie, and I am one book- and movie-lover that accepts that. But sorry, even though this still remains a study of parent-child relationships, the tampering committed in adapting it goes far beyond anything that’s called for. OK, with that tirade out of the way, and for anyone not familiar with the book, the film stands on its own, but it doesn’t stand very tall. Both Fey and Rudd – thank goodness they’re not portraying opposites who attract – really underplay their roles. Rudd is usually good at this kind of thing, letting a mischievous glance reveal exactly what he’s planning to do, or putting on a blank expression that really lets you feel his character’s exasperation. But this time he comes across as a shy dullard, a guy who wants to do the right thing – help get this kid into college – but doesn’t know where to begin. Fey appears to be the victim of a director who’s told her to hold back, until it’s time to unleash her inner self, which she gets to do a couple of times in what amounts to nothing

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Enjoy What’s Opera, Doc? and many more classic Warner Brothers cartoons when the Dryden theatre presents the “Wild World of Looney Tunes,” March 23 & 24. Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.; 271-4090 www.eastmanhouse.org (All films shown at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.) 3/20 Neighboring Sounds *Portuguese, English & Mandarin w/ subtitles 3/21 High and Low *Japanese w/ subtitles 3/22 The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly 3/23 & 24 Wild World of Looney Tunes (Sat. @ 8pm; Sun. @ 2 pm) 3/26 Fat City

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Lauded by critics and fans alike, the Chicago-based sextet of classically trained musicians known as Umphrey’s McGee comes to Water Street Music Hall on September 13, with a brand new album, Death By Stereo, in tow.

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SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 There I Say Is Lightning, w/ Scholar, Hideout 8pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Big John/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Irish

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

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Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Karaoke w/ Bobby C 9pm-1am

Poetry

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry 8pm

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TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Rexx 10pm

Show

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 The Bobcat Challenge 4.0 7pm McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Family Night - Games, Songs, Stories & more 5:30-8pm

CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Composers’ Sinfonietta 8pm

Known for their unusual mix of pop punk and metalcore, A Day to Remember bring their “Right Back At It Again” Tour to the Main Street Armory, March 27.

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights *preview 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Bob (The Nextstage) 7pm

THURSDAY MARCH

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Laura Stevenson w/ The Rice Cakes & MD Woods 7pm

Blues

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Ezra & the Storm 9pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Esther Ku 7:30pm

Dance

TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt w/ Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Folk/Rock

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Lacey Lee 7:30-9:30pm

Jam

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Ultraviolet Hippopotamus & Aqueous 9pm

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Son House Blues Night w/ Gordon Munding

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME

Jazz

MONROE’S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Dave Rivello Ensemble

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Open Jam

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Five Alarm Open Jam 8pm-1:30am

Open Mic

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Open Mic w/ Mark Herrman THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

Ragtime/Country Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Abilene 5th Anniversary Bash w/ Woody Pines 9pm

Show

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com “Geeks Who Drink” Trivia Night 9-11pm

Zydeco/Klezmer

STICKY LIPS BBQ 625 Culver Rd, 288-1910 Hypnotic Clambake 8pm

CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Percussion Ensemble 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra “Romantic Dvorak” with Andreas Delfs, guest conductor; Anna Steltenpohl, English horn 7:30pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by Andrew & Noah VanNorstrand, Daphne KanackPickens & Casey Murray 8-11pm

SHOWS

HARRO EAST BALLROOM 155 N.Chestnut St, 271-4182/ RWN.org Rochester Women’s Network Casino Night 5:30-9:30pm

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MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 Third Thursday at MAG 5-8pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY AUDITORIUM 500 University Ave, rochesterartclub.org Portrait Painting Demonstration by Steven Assael 7-9pm POWERS FARM MARKET 161 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, 383-1538 Signs of Spring Arts & Crafts Show 10am-6pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

SPORTS

PUB &

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights *preview 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Lunchtime Play Reading: The Private Ear 12:15-1pm -Bob 7pm (The Nextstage) -The Book Club Play 7:30pm JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 August, Osage County 7pm

FRIDAY MARCH

22

CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 John Akers 5-8pm & 9pm-1am THE NORTH SHORE GRILL 5870 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville, 3462200 Acoustic Warrior 7pm TALA VERA 155 State St, 546-3845 Goodbye Ronnie w/ Maria Betts & Michelle Sestito 6pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alt-Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Chinchillas 6-9pm

Alternative

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Silverfish

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FRI. MAR, 22

Natalie B Band

Zac Brown

Tribute Band 9:30pm SAT. MAR. 30

9:30pm FRI. MAR, 29

Cash Arrow

BOXING Rochester Main Street Armory, 900 E. Main St, 232-3221 Throwdown at the Armory: Willie Monroe Jr vs Russell Jordan 7pm

THEATRE

GRILL

Little Mansions

10:00pm

MONDAY

TUESDAY

w/guest 10:00 pm

WEDNESDAY

T’N’T KARAOKE OPEN MIC Trivia Night w/Amanda Ashley $3 Margaritas & Pitcher Specials

MON-FRI 3pm-6pm

Tacos

SUNDAY

sunday funday

w/Bobby C 9pm-1am THURSDAY

8pm-1am DJ ZIO w/ $3 Wine and HAPPY HOUR Smirnoff $2, $3, $4 Bacardi Drinks Drinks and Specials Pitcher Specials $2.50 Wells $3

511 RIDGE RD. EAST (Near Hudson)  s-ON 3ATAM AM 3UNPM AM

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Lindsay Mazza 6-8pm -Velvet Elvis w/ Sleepy HaHas & All Them Witches 8pm

Americana

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 Davey-O 6-9pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Doubletake Blues Band DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Fat City 10pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Buffalo Blues Hounds THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Natalie B Band 9:30pm

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Cajun

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 C’est Bon Cajun Dance Band 8:30pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Esther Ku 7:30 & 10pm

DJ

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Video DJ Mi-T-Mo 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 -Over & Under 5pm -Carin’s Pride 6pm

Jam

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 The Goods 11pm TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Into The Now 10pm

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24 FREETIME March 20 - April 3, 2013 POWERS FARM MARKET 161 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, 383-1538 Signs of Spring Arts & Crafts Show 10am-6pm

HAPPY HOUR 4-7 $2.25 Drafts $2.75 Wells Monday-Thursday

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Fly Me to the Moon 4pm

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SPORTS

HOCKEY Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 2013 Atlantic Hockey Championship 4pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM CENTER BALLROOM 875 E. Main St, 271-0680 “A Special Evening with the Reverend Mother” featuring Phyllis Contestable 6pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Flanagan’s Wake 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 The Accidental Hero 8pm

Mon: $6 One-Topping Pizza Tue: 40¢ Wings 4-11pm (In-House Only) Wed: $8 Molson Pitchers Thu: $8 Labatt & Labatt Light Pitchers Fri: Free Pizza & Wings 4-6pm; $8 Pitchers After 9pm

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Bob 7pm (The Nextstage) -The Book Club Play 8pm

RACHEL BROOKE

CONCERTS

MARCH 23

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm

Karaoke

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Karaoke 9pm-12mid THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9am-1am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Progressive Rock/Jazz

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 8pm

Supporting her new disc, A Killer’s Dream, singer and songwriter Rachel Brooke brings her “raw-to-the-gut country blues” to Abilene Bar & Lounge, March 23.

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Moon Zombies w/Neil Van Dorn 9pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Upstate 9pm NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Karma 9pm TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 Me & The Boyz 9pm VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Mesh

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KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Chamber Jazz Ensemble w/ Rock, Jazz Headliners David Paich & Dennis Mackrel 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE Wilmot Recital Hall, 4245 East Ave, naz.edu/music “Project Ludwig: The Piano & Cello Sonatas of Beethoven” -Part II w/ Elinor Freer, piano; Mimi Hwang, cello 3pm

Rock

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Tenth World Orchestra 9pm

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 26 E. Church St, Fairport, madrigalia.org/230-2894 Madrigalia - “Modern Madrigals” 7:30pm

RIT Ingle Auditorium, Student Alumni Union, 475-5210 Performing Artists Concert Series featuring RPO cellists Ingrid Bock, Christopher Haritatos, Lars Kirvan, Benjamin Krug 8pm

KIDS

GENESEE CENTER FOR THE ARTS One College Rd, Batavia, 345-6814 Forum Players Children’s Theatre: The Boy Who Tricked the Moon 7pm

SHOWS

INN ON THE LAKE 770 S. Main St., Canandaigua, 394-5986 Fingerlakes Camerata - “Broadway by the Lake” 7:30pm

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MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org The Irish Players present: Is Life Worth Living? 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER Room A13, 4254 East Ave, naz.SMITHtickets@gmail.com Transcendental Theatre Troupe presents: SMITH 9pm *reservations recommended U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Spurrier Dance Studio, 273-5150 PUSH Physical Theatre 5pm

SATURDAY MARCH

23

CLUBS

Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 John Akers FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Acoustic Brew LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Connie Deming 8:30-10:30pm THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Joywave w/ The 1975, Soviet Dolls, The Branch Davidians

Bluegrass

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Bluegrass Fest w/ 4 Bands 3pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Third Degree DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Joe Beard 10pm

Comedy

SALVATOREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Sirens & Sailors w/ Affiance, The Weight We Carry, Memento Mori, Before the Foundation 5:30pm

THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Bar Stars

Country/Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Rachel Brooke & Band 9:30pm

Country Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 BorderTown 9pm

DJ

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 DJ Kevin Atoms TAYLORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 Dance Party w/ 2 DJs

Folk Rock

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Bogs Visionary Orchestra 9pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 -Ted McGraw 5:30pm -Tellamore Celtic Band 7pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm

Karaoke

OLYMPIA Spencerport Rd, Lyell Ave, Gates, 429-6231 Bobby C 9:30pm-1:30am

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Rock

Country

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Zac Brown Tribute Band 9:30pm

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Metal

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Hartwig

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Live Country Tour featuring 5 Bands 9pm

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TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Ache

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Esther Ku 7:30 & 10pm

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Mochester & Wild Adriatic 10pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Paradoxx KNUCKLES KNOCKOUT GRILL 2 Old Scottsville-Chili Rd, Chili Center, 889-4920 Street-Wise 9:30pm NOLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Springer/Rich Paolotto B-Day Bash w/ Special Guest Bands 9pm PINEAPPLE JACKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Roc City SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Brass Taxi 10pm WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Filthy McNastys & Anonymous Willpower w/ Extended Family 7:30pm

CONCERTS

CANANDAIGUA MIDDLE SCHOOL 215 Granger St, Canandaigua, 396-3778 Finger Lakes Concert Band 7:30pm HARMONY HOUSE 58 E Main St, Webster, 727-4119/ rochesterzydeco.com Rosie Ledet & The Zydeco Playboys 8pm *Zydeco Dance Lesson 7:15pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 423-0650 Rochester Gay Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chorus - â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Boys in the Bandâ&#x20AC;? 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra â&#x20AC;&#x153;Romantic Dvorakâ&#x20AC;? w/ Andreas Delfs, guest conductor; Anna Steltenpohl, English Horn 8pm

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DANCE

WOLK FAMILY CENTER BALLROOM, TEMPLE Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;RITH KODESH 2131 Elmwood Ave, www. paddance.com Dance Benefit for CURE Childhood Cancer Association featuring Gap Mangione & The New Big Band 7-11pm

FESTIVAL

GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Maple Sugar Festival 9:30am-4pm *Pancake Breakfast 9am-1pm

AIRPORT HOLIDAY INN 911 Brooks Ave, 396-0584/ MercyFlightCentral.org Mercy Flight Central Benefit Sock Hop w/ music by The Generations 8pm-12mid

VARIOUS LOCATIONS Throughout New York State, www. mapleweekend.com Maple Weekend 10am-4pm

HARRO EAST BALLROOM 155 N.Chestnut St, bushmango. org/235-3960 â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Night of the Drumâ&#x20AC;? Bush Mango Drum & Dance Fundraiser featuring Bush Mango, Mambo Kings, The Buddhahood 7pm-12mid

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live: Meet Martha the Talking Dog 11am-5pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 River North Dance Chicago 8pm

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KIDS

PULLMAN MEMORIAL UNIVERSALIST CHURCH 10 East Park St, Albion, 454-9450 Easter Tea Party w/ Gretchen Murray Sepik as Beatrix Potter 3-5pm

SHOWS

POWERS FARM MARKET 161 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, 383-1538 Signs of Spring Arts & Crafts Show 10am-6pm

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DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Flanagan’s Wake 8pm

THEATRE

EASTMAN SCHOOL EAST WING Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Eastman Faculty Artist Series: Carol Rodland, viola 3pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 The Accidental Hero 3 & 8pm

GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Hilary Glen String Quartet 3pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 5 & 8:30pm

IRONDEQUOIT UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 644 Titus Ave, 266-5018/ TheIrondequoitChorale.org Irondequoit Chorale - “On The Road!” 3pm

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Bob 3 & 8pm (The Nextstage) -The Book Club Play 4pm JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 August, Osage County 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org The Irish Players present: Is Life Worth Living? 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER Room A13, 4254 East Ave, naz.SMITHtickets@gmail.com Transcendental Theatre Troupe presents: SMITH 6pm *reservations recommended

SUNDAY MARCH

24

CLUBS

Alternative

MARCH 24

BILL FRISELL

RIVERSIDE CONVENTION CENTER 123 E Main St, 272-8222/ TheHomeAndGardenShow.com The Home & Garden Show 10am-6pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Science Saturday: -Making Tracks with The Animal Teachers & Anne Meade 12noon-3pm -Society of Women Engineers 12noon4pm RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Maple Sugaring 9am-3pm *Pancake Meals Served 9am-1pm *Sugaring Demonstrations 10am3pm

Contemporary jazz guitarist Bill Frisell comes to Water Street Music Hall for a show benefiting Rochester Contemporary Arts Foundation, March 24.

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am -Face of Earth 1pm -Coral Reef Adventure 2:30 & 4:30pm -Fly Me to the Moon 3:30pm -90’s Laser 9:30pm ROCHESTER PLAZA HOTEL 70 State St, 800-785-2135/fliwc. com Finger Lakes International Wine Competition

SPORTS

HOCKEY Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 2013 Atlantic Hockey Championship 7:05pm

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BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Ikebe Shakedown w/ Mosaic Foundation & The Greyhound Bandits 8pm

Blues

SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Rhythm Dogs 6-10pm

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 “Going for Baroque” Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH 869 N. Clinton Ave, 274-1110 Eastman at St. Michael’s Series: iVoila! 2:30pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance w/ music by Roger Cass & Friends 6:30-9:30pm

FESTIVAL

GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Maple Sugar Festival 9:30am-4pm *Pancake Breakfast 9am-1pm VARIOUS LOCATIONS Throughout New York State, www. mapleweekend.com Maple Weekend 12noon-4pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live: Meet Martha the Talking Dog 1-5pm

SHOWS

Celtic

EAST HIGH SCHOOL 1801 E. Main St, 428-CITY/ citylivingsundays.com “City Living Sunday” Neighborhood Expo 12noon-4pm

Irish

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 Persian New Year Celebration 1-5pm

Jazz

PAINTING WITH A TWIST 1276 Fairport Rd, Fairport, 2677002/paintingwithatwist.com “Painting with A Purpose” to benefit Nuts for Mutts Rescue 2pm *Call or see website to register

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Live Celtic Music 7pm

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Irish Music Session 5pm

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Rochester Contemporary Arts Foundation presents: Bill Frisell 7pm

Karaoke

WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

CONCERTS

DOWNTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 121 N. Fitzhugh St, www. madrigalia.org/230-2894 Madrigalia - “Modern Madrigals” 4pm

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POWERS FARM MARKET 161 Marsh Rd, Pittsford, 383-1538 Signs of Spring Arts & Crafts Show 11am-4pm RIVERSIDE CONVENTION CENTER 123 E Main St, 272-8222/ TheHomeAndGardenShow.com The Home & Garden Show 10am-6pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Culture & Community Sundays Program: Salseros 1-3pm

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Maple Sugaring 9am-3pm *Pancake Meals Served 9am-1pm *Sugaring Demonstrations 10am-3pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Coral Reef Adventure 1, 2 & 4pm -Fly Me to the Moon 3pm ROCHESTER PLAZA HOTEL 70 State St, 800-785-2135/fliwc.com Finger Lakes International Wine Competition SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 315-7815483 Taiko Note by Taikonnection Solo & Fusion 2pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE 20 Windsor St, 325-4370 Flanagan’s Wake 7pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 The Accidental Hero 3pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Bob 3pm (The Nextstage) JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 August, Osage County 2pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org John W. Borek presents: PhotoPlay 7pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER Room A13, 4254 East Ave, naz.SMITHtickets@gmail.com Transcendental Theatre Troupe presents: SMITH 6pm *reservations recommended

MONDAY MARCH

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Chris Cohen w/ Light Feelings & Paxtor 7:30pm

Americana

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Watkins & The Rapiers 7:30-9:30pm

Indie Rock

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Randall Shreve & The Sideshow w/ The Lonely Ones 8pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Open Mic

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JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Open Mic w/ Dave McGrath 7pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Open Mic w/ Amanda Ashley

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Show

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Lovin’ Cup Idol: Red Carpet Finale! The Final Two

CONCERT

EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC Main Hall, 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Women in Music Festival Opening Concert 12noon KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Orchestra 8pm

SHOWS

GORDON FIELD HOUSE & ACTIVITY CENTER RIT Campus, rit.edu/diversity/ womens-month-celebration-rit An Evening with Maya Angelou 4:306:30pm *registration required

THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA ”Plays in Progress” Reading & Discussion: Tinker to Evers to Chance (The Nextstage) 7pm

TUESDAY MARCH

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CLUBS

Acoustic

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Sports w/ Ghost Pal & Drippers 8pm

Bluegrass

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CONCERT

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Wayne “The Train” Hancock w/ Patrick Sweany 8:30pm

EASTMAN SCHOOL EAST WING Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Women in Music Festival Lecture/ Recital w/ Tony Caramia, piano 7pm

Karaoke

NAZARETH COLLEGE Wilmot Recital Hall, 4245 East Ave, 274-1110 Women in Music Festival Concert 12:15pm

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com 10pm-2am

Open Jam

THE LANDING BAR & GRILLE 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 4257490 Tuesday Night Open Rockin’ Jam 8:30pm

Open Mic

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Open Mic Night 8:30pm NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Open Mic 9pm

Blues

Show

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 T ‘n T -Tacos & Trivia 8pm

Comedy

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy 7pm

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DANCE

EDGERTON COMMUNITY CENTER 41 Backus St,cityofrochester.gov/ ballroomdanceseries Stardust Ballroom Dance Series w/ music by Dick Stacy 7:30pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

WEDNESDAY MARCH

27

CLUBS

Acoustic

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

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28 FREETIME March 20 - April 3, 2013 KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman School Symphony Orchestra 8pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 A Day to Remember w/ Of Mice and Men, Chunk! No Captain Chunk! 7:30pm

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SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 1 College Circle, Geneseo, 800-525-2070 Women in Music Festival Concert featuring SUNY Geneseo, Eastman School of Music & Eastman Community Music School Faculty & Students 8pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

MARCH 27

JUANITO PASCUAL Acclaimed flamenco guitarist, Jonathan “Juanito” Pascual makes an appearance at Lovin’ Cup Bistro & Brews, March 27.

SPORTS

HOCKEY Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Sq, 855-GO-AMERKS Rochester Amerks vs Syracuse 7:05pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 7pm

THURSDAY

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 She Rides w/ Chillum, Obsessor, Thoroughbred & TBA 8pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Big John/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Flamenco

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio 8pm

Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 Abilene Pro-Am Jam hosted by Chris “Hollywood” English 9:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Karaoke w/ Bobby C 9pm-1am

MARCH

Poetry

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry 8pm

Rock

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Alternative

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Mike Vidale 10pm

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Kashka w/ Dumb Angel & Ahura Mazda 7:30pm

Swing

Antique Pop

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Bobby Henrie & The Goners 9pm

CONCERTS

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Celtic Woman 7:30pm EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC Miller Center Sproull Atrium, 25 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Women in Music Festival Noontime Concert 12noon FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 FLCC Faculty Recital 7pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 -“Live from Hochstein” Concert & Broadcast featuring The RPO Marimba Band 12:10-12:50pm -Hochstein Percussion Ensemble 7:30pm

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ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Victor & Penny 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Nightfall DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 John Payton Project 9pm

Celtic Rock

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Enter The Haggis w/ Sisters of Murphy 8pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Brian Dunkleman 7:30pm

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Dance

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Salsa Night w/ Essence of Rhythm Dance Studio 9pm *Lessons @ 8pm TAPAS 177 177 St. Paul St, 262-2090 Salsa Lessons 9:30pm

DJ

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Matt w/ Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Folk/Rock

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Lacey Lee 7:30-9:30pm

Indie

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 White Woods 8pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Pat Kane 7pm

Jazz

MONROE’S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm

Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Open Jam

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Five Alarm Open Jam 8pm-1:30am

Open Mic

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Open Mic 8pm-1am

Rockabilly

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Mark Gamsjager & The Lustre Kings 10pm

Show

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Custom Brewcrafters Food Pairing 5-9pm SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com “Geeks Who Drink” Trivia Night 9-11pm

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 -Composers’ Forum 12:30pm -Eastman Horn Choir 8pm SUNY BROCKPORT Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage, 395-ARTS The Arco Trio 7:30pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by Gallimaufry 8-11pm

POETRY

MCC WARSHOF CONFERENCE CENTER, Bldg. 3, R. Thomas Flynn Campus Center, Brighton Campus, 2922534 Reading & Book-Signing with Michael Klein 7-8:30pm

SHOWS

RIVERSIDE CONVENTION CENTER 123 E Main St, 287-6382/lifespanroch.org Lifespan’s Celebration of Aging w/ Guest Speaker Rita Moreno 12noon RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

SPORTS

BASKETBALL Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, www. razorsharks.com Rochester Razorsharks vs. West Virginia Miners 7:05pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 7pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org The Irish Players presents: Is Life Worth Living? 8pm

FRIDAY MARCH

29

CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Acoustic Brew 5pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Acoustic Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 The Low Down 9pm-1am

THE ROCKET SUMMER

Alternative

MARCH 30

CONCERTS

FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH 150 S. Clinton Ave, 274-1110 Eastman at Washington Square: Women in Music Festival Concert 12:15pm

Bluegrass

Rock

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 -Ben Rossi & Fran Broderick of Friday in America 6-8pm -Hank & Cupcakes w/ KOPPS, Buckets & Well Worn Boot 8pm

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Prickers 10pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Luca Foresta & The Electro Kings LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The LPs

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Brian Dunkleman 7:30 & 10pm

DJ

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Video DJ Mi-T-Mo 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Carin’s Pride-Open Session 6pm

Jam

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Haewa 10pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm

Karaoke

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Karaoke 9pm-12mid THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9am-1am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Reggae

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad w/ Turkuaz, Los Sinseminos 9pm

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ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Greg Townson 6-9pm THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Son of Synergy THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Alejandro Escovedo & The Sensitive Boys 7pm DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 The Barndogs 10pm JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Smooth Talkers 9pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Adrenaline Rush w/ North East Funk LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 -Boss Tweed 9pm -Spacelords 11pm McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 8 Days A Week-Beatles Tribute 8pm NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 3rd Degree 9pm TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 Atlas 9pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Cash Arrow 10pm

Rock/World

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 The Moho Collective w/ The End Men & Slaughterhouse Chorus 8:30pm

CONCERTS

EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC MILLER CENTER Sproull Atrium, 25 Gibbs St, 2741110 Women in Music Festival Noontime Concert 12noon KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Ossia 8pm

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The spring tour of multiinstrumentalist, singer-songwriter and producer Bryce Avary, aka The Rocket Summer, has taken off, making a stop at Water Street Music Hall, March 30.

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School-Break Week Activities

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 4pm

SPORTS

ARENA FOOTBALL Gordon Field House, RIT Campus, www.roccitythunder.com Roc City Thunder vs. Buffalo Celtics 7:30pm HOCKEY Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Sq, 855-GO-AMERKS Rochester Amerks vs. Toronto 7:05pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Geva Comedy Improv - “March Mayhem” 8:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org The Irish Players present: Is Life Worth Living? 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER Room A13, 4254 East Ave, naz.SMITHtickets@gmail.com Transcendental Theatre Troupe presents: SMITH 8:30pm *reservations recommended

SATURDAY MARCH

30

CLUBS

Acoustic

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Travis Fitch LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Connie Deming 8:30-10:30pm

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30 FREETIME March 20 - April 3, 2013

APRIL 2

CIMARRON Eastman School’s World Music Series brings traditional Columbian music to Kilbourn Hall, hosting a performance by Cimarron, April 2.

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Alysia Groth 9pm NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Download 9pm SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Divided by Zero 10pm STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Shaded Passion 9pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Little Mansions w/ Guests 10pm

THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Hop Along w/ Taking Meds, My Iron Lung, Vales, Broken Field & Keeler 8pm

Blues

CONCERTS

Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 Park Ave Band - A Full Evening of Grateful Dead 10pm

Jazz

BISTRO 135 135 W Commercial St, E. Rochester, 662-5555 Gap Mangione & The New Blues Band

ARGYLE GRILL @ EAGLE VALE 4344 Nine Mile Point Rd, Fairport, 377-2452 Mama Hart Band 8pm

CHARLEY BROWN’S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello-Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Natalie B Band

Karaoke

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Mick Hayes 10pm RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Dirty Bourbon Blues Band 9pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Brian Dunkleman 7:30 & 10pm

Country/Rock

FLAHERTY’S HONEOYE FALLS 60 W. Main St., Honeoye Falls, 497-7010 Blue Jimmy

DJ

TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 Dance Party w/ 2 DJs

Hip Hop

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Subsoil & Audio Influx 9pm WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Bedroc 6:30pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Ted McGraw 5:30pm

OLYMPIA Spencerport Rd, Lyell Ave, Gates, 429-6231 Bobby C 9:30pm-1:30am SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Candela

Rock

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Imaginary Band THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 The Rocket Summer w/ Joe Brooks 7pm THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Taran THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Push w/ Weathered (Creed Tribute) McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Morgan Crispy Band 8pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Nevergreen w/ Last Minute, Right Turn Racer & Demand 8pm

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EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC MILLER CENTER Sproull Atrium, 25 Gibbs St, 2741110 Women in Music Festival: Eastman Community Music School Faculty & Student Concert 11am KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 -Women in Music Festival: Greater Rochester Women’s Philharmonic 2pm -Eastman Virtuosi 8pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School-Break Week Activities RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 MESS-tival 12noon-4pm

SHOWS

RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Science Saturday: Optics Road Show 12noon-3pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Saturday Sun, Moon & Stars 11am -Face of Earth 1pm -Amazing Journeys 2:30pm & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm -90’s Laser 9:30pm

SPORTS

INDOOR LACROSSE Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, 454-HAWK Rochester Knighthawks vs. Toronto Rock 7:30pm

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 Nuts & Bolts Comedy Improv 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 5 & 8:30pm

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 JCC CenterStage & Rochester Children’s Theatre present: Moses Man: A Musical Journey of a Holocaust Survivor 8pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org The Irish Players present: Is Life Worth Living? 8pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER Room A13, 4254 East Ave, naz.SMITHtickets@gmail.com Transcendental Theatre Troupe presents: SMITH 8:30pm *reservations recommended

SUNDAY MARCH

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Easter Rock-tacular w/ White Mystery, Warm Soda, Harmonica Lewinski, Green Dreams, King Vitamin 9pm

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Live Celtic Music 7pm

CONCERTS

GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Johanna Gruskin, flute; YiWen Lai, piano 3pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 “Going for Baroque” Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School-Break Week Activities RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 MESS-tival 12noon-4pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 1, 3 & 4pm -Coral Reef Adventure 2pm

THEATRE

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 JCC CenterStage & Rochester Children’s Theatre present: Moses Man: A Musical Journey of a Holocaust Survivor 2pm

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA Geva Comedy Improv - “March Mayhem” 8:30pm

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March 20 - April 3, 2013 FREETIME

MONDAY APRIL

Irish

1

CLUBS

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Otep w/ One Eyed Doll & Picture Me Broken, Caustic Method, Vanity Strikes, Beneath Hell’s Sky 7pm

Open Mic

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Open Mic w/ Dave McGrath 7pm THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Open Mic w/ Amanda Ashley

CONCERT

BLUE CROSS ARENA One War Memorial Sq, 800-745-3000 Green Day w/ Best Coast 7:30pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Ensemble 8pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School Break Week Activities RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 MESS-tival! 12noon-4pm

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -My Planets 10am -Amazing Journeys 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Face of Earth 1pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

TUESDAY APRIL

2

CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Desert Noises w/ The Pickpockets, OraCogan & TBA 8pm

Bluegrass

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

Blues

P.I.’S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

Comedy

Salvatore’s Pizzeria & Pub Webster/Penfield W. Irondequoit Victor/Farmington 671-9420 342-7580 742-2555 1217 Bay Road 149 East Ridge Rd 165 W. Main St. (@ The Garage Door)

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Jam

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Roc City Pro Jam-Jam Session & Singer/Songwriter Showcase 10pm

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Karaoke

Open Jam

THE LANDING BAR & GRILLE 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 4257490 Tuesday Night Open Rockin’ Jam 8:30pm

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Open Mic 9pm

Show

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 T ‘n T -Tacos & Trivia 8pm

CONCERT

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 454-2100 World Music Series featuring Cimarron 8pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School-Break Week Activities

Acoustic

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

SHOWS

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THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man *preview 7:30pm

WEDNESDAY APRIL

Open Mic

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Open Mic Night 8:30pm

PIZZA & BEER

LARGE 16” PIZZA

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy 7pm

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com 10pm-2am

(Next to Dunkin)

PASTA WITH MEATBALLS Spaghetti or Rigatoni w/ Garlic Bread & Cannoli

RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 MESS-tival 12noon-4pm

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 Don Christiano - “The Beatles Unplugged” w/guest Tom Passamonte 8-10pm

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Acoustic

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Small Houses w/ MD Woods, The Whale & The Warbler, Kennedy 8pm

Rochester’s Favorite Pizza

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CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Philharmonia Chamber Orchestra 8pm THE RED ROOM 1010 East Ave, www. RochesterGuitarClub.com Tim & Myles Thompson 7:30pm

DANCE

ROGER ROBACH COMMUNITY CENTER Ontario Beach Park, Lake & Beach Aves, 865-3320 Big Band Dance featuring the Greece Jazz Band w/ The Al Bruno Trio & Tom Monte 6-9pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Puzzlers School-Break Week Activities

Country/Rock

RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 MESS-tival 12noon-4pm

DJ

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Sarah Horner Duo 9pm

NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 DJ Big John/Line Dance Lessons w/ Dina 7:30-8:30pm

Karaoke

SHOWS

THEATRE

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Karaoke w/ Bobby C 9pm-1am

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man *preview 7:30pm

Poetry

ACANTHUS 337 East Ave., 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry 8pm

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Autos Wanted We pay better, higher cash for most junk cars, trucks and vans, running or not. From $200 to $800 with free pickup. 585-305-5865

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Website Directory DATING/MATCHMAKING Better Beginnings Professional Matchmaking *New Specials* www.betterbeginnings.com

ENTERTAINMENT

Rochester Broadway Theatre League www.RBTL.org Up All Night Concerts www.upallnightpresents.com

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House of Guitars www.HouseofGuitars.com

NIGHTCLUBS

Abilene www.abilenebarandlounge.com Johnny's Irish Pub www.johnnyslivemusic.com Water Street Music Hall www.waterstreetmusic.com

ROC SPORTS TEAMS Roc City Thunder www.roccitythunder.com Rochester Americans www.amerks.com Rochester Knighthawks www.knighthawks.net Rochester Lancers www.rochesterlancers.com Rochester Rhinos www.rhinossoccer.com Rochester RazorSharks www.rochesterrazorsharks.com Rochester Red Wings www.redwingsbaseball.com Western New York Flash www.wnyflash.com

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STORES/RETAILERS American Music Centre www.americanmusiccentre.net Atlas Music www.atlasmusic.net The Bop Shop www.bopshop.com Echo Tone Music www.echotonemusic.net House of Guitars www.HouseofGuitars.com Sound Source www.soundsource.com

TOURS

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