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Wicked • Tim & Myles Thompson • Jimkata • Rabbit in the Rye w/Laura K. Balke & The Dead Records • Start Making Sense Meat Puppets w/The World Takes & The Cringe • John Gorka • Stephane Wrenbel • GZA/Genius w/Ratking • Sideswipe Live Chief Keef • Conference Call • Smoker, Golia, Haynes & Lane, Inc. • IAmDynamite w/Virginmarys • The Giving Tree Band The Engines • JACK Quartet • Tempest • Diarrhea Planet • Dirty Bourbon River Show • Ryan Montbleau Band w/Jesse Dee Instead of Sleeping • Mike P. • Tony DeSare w/RPO • Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Choir w/The Johnny Dowd Band The Sultans of String • Deerhoof w/People Get Ready • Jessye Norman w/Garth Fagan Dance and Mark Markham Hostage Calm • Dolfish • Roger McGuinn • Saul Kaye • Johnny Rawls

Wicked

Auditorium Theatre | Apr. 3 – 21 Back by popular demand, the cultural phenomenon known as Wicked returns to Rochester for a three week run. Dubbed “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” 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. Songs include “Popular,” “What is This Feeling” (Loathing), “I’m Not That Girl,” “Defying Gravity,” “No Good Deed” and “For Good.” Editor’s note…An FYI – Each show will be preceded by a lottery for special orchestra seats at just $25 each. You need to be at the box office (in person with photo ID) 2 hours before curtain, with winners chosen 2 hours before showtime. Visit ww.rpo.org for details.

Tim & Myles Thompson

The Red Room | Apr. 3 The father & son duo of Tim & Myles Thompson features Nashville-based fingerstyle guitarist Tim – 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-yearold son, violinist Myles Thompson. Together, they’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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Celebrated soprano, Jessye Norman returns to Rochester to perform a benefit concert for Action for a Better Community, April 14 at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre.

Jimkata

Club @ Water St. | Apr. 5 Jimkata, Ithaca’s electro-rock band, tours in support of Die Digital and their “Ghosts & Killers” EP. Their sound has been described as 80’s pop tinged dance-pop, using analog synthesizers and heavy bass notes to fill the electronic role and big guitars to create space for shredding.

Rabbit in the Rye

w/Laura K. Balke & The Dead Records

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 5 Hailing from Hamilton NY, Rabbit in the Rye is a progressive folk rock act featuring Joseph Mettler on guitar/harmonica, Aleander Lavon on bass and Brendan O’Connor on percussion/mando-

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lin…Indiana’s Laura K Balke is a folk rock artist who writes songs that offer a nod to classic country while satisfying fans of alt-pop and folk. Releases include Leaving Home, Souvenirs and Rumors And Legends…Also out of Indiana, The Dead Records perform indie rock ‘n roll, vowing to play ‘till everyone listens! Their 2012 album is Rabbitsfoot.

Start Making Sense

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 5 The Talking Heads tribute band, Start Making Sense, come to town from their native Pennsylvania, recreating every stage of the band’s career. Jon Braun handles the lead vocals as a ‘spot-on David Byrne,’ bringing you a danceable celebration of the new-wave punk that you loved in the ‘80s.

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Meat Puppets

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Club @ Water St. | Apr. 6 Originally formed in Phoenix AZ back in 1980, the rock band Meat Puppets has broken up and reformed throughout the years; with this latest group still featuring the Kirkwood brothers, Chris and Curt, who ser ved as guest musicians on Nir vana’s MT V Unplugged appearance in 1993. With more than a dozen popular albums to its credit including 1994’s Too High to Die, the act now tours in support of Rat Farm, their new follow-up to 2011’s Lollipop… The World Takes is a rock act that features the combined talents of Stephen Maglio on guitar/ vocals, Jim Stager on bass/vocals, and DJ Bonebrake on drums; and

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April 3 - April 17, 2013 FREETIME The Cringe is a NYC-based indie rock band featuring John Cusimano (Rachel Ray’s husband, btw), James Rotondi, Johnny Matias and Shawn Pelton.

acrobatics in one astonishing program that has landed them on the stage at the Tropicana Resort in Las Vegas and in a television spot for Pepsi.

John Gorka

Chief Keef

Café Veritas | Apr. 6 With progressively successful album releases, John Gorka has won fans with his baritone voice and charming on-stage demeanor, playing to packed venues throughout North America. A mixture of subtle yet sharp wit, keen insight into human nature, and clever observations of everyday life make his music accessible, poignant and affecting.

Stephane Wrenbel

Memorial Art Gallery | Apr. 6 French guitarist Stephane Wrembel is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston who now resides in New York City where he regularly performs and records with the likes of David Grisman, Les Paul, and Lionel Loueke. He’s appeared at the International Gypsy Guitar Festival, the Hot Chili Pepper Festival, and the Djangofest Northeast. Local fans will remember him from the 2003, 2009 & 2011 Rochester International Jazz Festivals. Stephane’s original theme song for the Woody Allen film Midnight in Paris, “Bistro Fada,” topped the charts. His recent album is Origins.

GZA/Genius w/Ratking

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 6 Gary Grice, better known as GZA and Genius, is a founding member of the act, Wu-Tang Clan. Albums include the Gold-certified Liquid Swords (“Cold World”) and Beneath The Surface (“Breaker, Breaker). Among hip-hop aficionados, GZA/Genius is revered for his f lawless technique and lyrical dexterity - considered by many to be the best pure rapper in the Wu-Tang Clan… Fronted by Wiki and featuring MC Hak and producer Sporting Life, NYC’s Ratking mixes youthful hardcore energy with post hip-hop. At the release of their debut EP, Wiki93, the New York Times called them “clever, sardonic and intense.”

Sideswipe Live

SUNY Geneseo | Apr. 6 A top-five finisher on America’s Got Talent, Sideswipe Live combines martial arts, dance and

Main St. Armory | Apr. 6 Chief Keef (a.k.a. Keith Cozart) released his debut album, Finally Rich, this past December. The rapper from Chicago is known for his singles “I Don’t Like,” “Love Sosa,” and “Hate Bein’ Sober.”…This show also features Jim Jones, Lil Reese, Trina and Jadakiss.

Conference Call

Lovin’ Cup | Apr. 7 Conference Call was formed in 1998 and features Berlin-based saxophonist/clarinetist, Gebhard Ullman, pianist Michael Jefry Stevens, bassist Joe Fonda and drummer George Schuller. The quartet has released several recordings including Final Answer, Variations on a Master Plan, Spirals: The Berlin Concert, Live at the Outpost Performance Space, Poetry in Motion and What About. Conference Call is a band that has received rave reviews down through the years, with Jazz Times describing them as an act that “as a whole swings with a gleeful impetuosity that’s hard if not impossible to dislike.”

Smoker, Golia, Haynes & Lane, Inc.

Bop Shop | Apr. 8 Celebrating 25 years of presenting live jazz, The Bop Shop presents a special concert featuring four artists - Paul Smoker, jazz trumpeter/composer/educator, has worked with top musicians including Anthony Braxton and Gregg Bendian; and has released over fifty recordings as a leader and with other artists… Composer/multi-instrumentalist Vinny Golia combines jazz and contemporar y classical music into a sound that has earned fans worldwide. He’s performed with John Carter, Patti Smith, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and a multitude of others…Phil Haynes has more than fifty CDs to his credit on both American and European record labels. A leading jazz percussionist/composer, his critically acclaimed music and performance style has led to appearances with such varied artists as Anthony Braxton, Hank

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Talking Heads Tribute Band

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JOHN BROWNS BODY PresentsBIG UPstate Reggae Festival

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Roberts, Jeff Palmer and Micu Narununsky…Composer/bassist Adam Lane is known for his live appearances that are a mix of music and performance art. Combining influences from Duke Ellington, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Melt Banana, Lane stretches the terms “jazz” and “chamber music” beyond convention…Also perfor ming at this Bop Shop event are guitarist/composer/ improviser Adam Caine and jazz veteran Mike Kaupa.

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platinum class ‘grunge’ with the spikiness of punk and the attention to detail of British rock from the early ‘70s. They tour in support of their new CD, King of Conflict.

The Giving Tree Band

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 9 Rock & rollers, The Giving Tree Band, hail from Chicago. They perform a blend of indie folk, Americana and Alt Country on a mix of instruments - slide guitars, banjos, violins, mandolins and more. Releases include Unified Folk Theory, Bring It Back Home for Christmas, Great Possessions, The Joke, The Threat & The Obvious and Vacilador.

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Club @ Water St. | Apr. 9 IAmDynamite is Christopher Martin and Chris Phillips. Armed with a simple guitar and drum kit, the band packs great harmonies and impressive guitar riffs with pounding drums into music that features undeniable dance hooks. Their latest release is Supermegafanta stic…The Virginmar ys’ music blends the dynamics of

Dirty Bourbon River Show Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 11

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Tempest

Lovin’ Cup | Apr. 10 The Celtic rock band, Tempest hails from the San Francisco Bay area and performs American folk, Celtic, Norwegian and European music along with progressive rock. Since forming in 1988, the group has delivered a globallyrenowned hybrid of music to the delight of fans and critics alike, resulting in several acclaimed CDs and more than 2,000 gigs. Led

Lovin’ Cup | Apr. 9 The Engines are a quartet made up of four of Chicago’s bestknown improving muTony DeSare sicians – saxophonist Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | Apr. 12 & 13 Dave Rempis, bassist Nate McBride, drumby Lief Sorbye, who is from Oslo mer Tim Daisy and Jeb Bishop Norway, the band includes Prime on trombone. Each member conCuts and Another Dawn among tributes original compositions to their more recent releases. the group, providing a wide range of expression from high energy jousting over driving bass vamps to quieter moments of melodic Bug Jar | Apr. 10 exploration. The Engines released Nashville’s Diarrhea Planet their first self-titled CD in 2007, describe themselves as “four followed in 2008 by Wire and screaming guitars, one jungleBrass – a live recording. A new one stompin’ bass, one power rock is in the works. drumset and six best friends doing what they love as loud as they possibly can.” Hatch Hall, Eastman School | Apr. 10 The JACK Quartet is violinists Christopher Otto and Ari Streisfeild, violist John Pickford Richards and cellist Kevin McAbilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 11 Farland. The group is known for The Dir t y Bourbon River their performance of new works Show formed in 2009, performwhich has brought them in touch ing their style of “New Orleans with today’s leading composers. Gypsy Brass Circus Rock” to For med here at our Eastman screaming fans who love their School of Music, the JACK Quartet high-energy performances. Their has gone on to perform to critical sound is a mix of folk, rock, blues, acclaim in London, France, the jazz, Latin, gypsy, circus and tradiNetherlands, Germany, Switzertional New Orleans music as well land, Italy, throughout Canada as Americana. Releases include as well as in the U.S. at Carnegie Volume One, Free Love and Volume Hall and elsewhere. Two. Editor’s Note – Admission

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Ryan Montbleau Band w/Jesse Dee

Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 12 The Ryan Montbleau Band has developed a coast-to-coast following with fans that love roots, Americana, R&B, soul, jam music, folk and blues. Ryan is the Boston Music Award winner for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Best Local Male Vocalistâ&#x20AC;? who took second prize in the 2007 International Songwriterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Competition. Albums include One Fine Color, Patience On Friday, Stages: Volume II, Heavy on the Vine and Live at Life is Good. Montbleauâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest is For Higherâ&#x20AC;Ś Boson-based soul and R&B artist Jesse Deeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s influences read like a Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Who of classic soul music - Otis Redding, Sam Cooke, Etta James, Al Green and many others. Jesse, however, is not just a student of the classics - je also loves the new wave of roots artists like James Hunter, Amos Lee and John Leg-

Mike P.

California Brew Haus | Apr. 12 An up-in-coming rapper, Mike P., appears at the Brew Haus. His songs include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hater Toxin,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yea itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Mike Pâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;November 27th â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Freestyle Friday.â&#x20AC;? The Fresh Kids and Malicious Intent also appear.

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Tony DeSare w/RPO

Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | Apr. 12 & 13 â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Music of Stan Kenton, The Artistry of Tony DeSareâ&#x20AC;? is the title of this concert, led by Jeff Tyzik. Hits like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Artistry in Rhythm,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Malaguenaâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peanut Vendorâ&#x20AC;? will be performed by singer, pianist and songwriter Tony DeSare. The artist has performed throughout the world; and has had original works featured in the films The Tooth Fairy and My Date With Drew. Named a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rising Starâ&#x20AC;? Male Vocalist by a Downbeat Critics Poll in 2009, DeSare albums include Want You, Last First Kiss and Radio Show.

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evocative, poignant, haunting, and quintessentially human â&#x20AC;&#x201C; heartbreaking and hopefulâ&#x20AC;ŚThe Johnny Dowd Band features Dowd on guitar and vocals. His songs are delivered with a strong Texas accent and a rye sense of humor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; described by fans as eccentric and an acquired taste.

The Sultans of String Ryan Montbleau Band Water St. Music Hall | Apr. 12 end. His 2008 release, Bittersweet Batch, has recently been followed by On My Mind/In My Heart on Alligator Records.

Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Instead of Sleeping Choir Bug Jar | Apr. 12 Pittsburghâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s melodic indie rock act, Instead of Sleeping, tours in support of a recent album, The Reds, The Blacks, The Grays, released last spring.

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Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 13 Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Choir feature singer/songwriter Jennie Stearns at the helm. She has released four albums including her most recent, Blurry Edges. Jennie writes songs that are

Greece Baptist Church | Apr. 13 Juno Award-nominees, the Sultans of String, perform a

mix of Spanish flamenco, Arabic folk, Cuban rhythm and French Gypsy-jazz in a musical fusion featuring unstoppable guitar riffs, funky bass and fiery violin. Releases include Luna, Yalla Yalla and MOVE.

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Club at Water St. | Apr. 13 The high-energy noise band, Deerhoof, are an experimental act that has released nearly a dozen self-produced albums, the latest being Deerhoof vs. Evil

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and Breakup Song. Band members include Greg Saunier, John Dietrich, Satomi Matsuzaki and Ed Rodriguez. The New York Times describes them as “one of the most original rock bands to have come along in the past decade.” … The indie pop quartet People Get Ready is known for music that is full of movement and energy. The band released a self-titled debut last October.

prano, Jessye Norman, comes to town to perform a benefit concert for Action for a Better Community. The program, “The African American Cultural Legacy” also features Garth Fagan Dance and pianist Mark Markham. Ms. Norman is renowned as a classical and operatic soprano as well as a jazz artist; and has been granted more than 30 honorary doctorates from such schools as the Manhattan School of Music and Yale University.

mixes elements of 60s pop and 70s punk along with 80s new wave.

Dolfish

Abilene Bar & Lounge | Apr. 15 Dolfish, aka Max Sollisch, is a Cleveland-born songwriter. His debut album, Our Love is Bummin’ Me Out was recently followed by I’d Rather Disappear Than Stay the Same. He performs on an electric guitar through an overdriven 60’s tube amp, describing himself as “the world’s loudest troubadour.”

Roger McGuinn

The Sultans of String Greece Baptist Church | Apr. 13

Jessye Norman

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Eastman Theatre | Apr. 14 Five-time Grammy-winning so-

Hostage Calm

Bug Jar | Apr. 14 The punk act Hostage Calm is a Connecticut five-piece who tour in support of their new record, Please Remain Calm. Their song

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JCC Hart Theater | Apr. 15 Roger McGuinn’s contribution to the music world is understood, from his founding of the 60’s rock ensemble, The Byrds, to his induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The Byrds were, in fact, fueled by McGuinn’s electric 12-string guitar as well as his instantly recognizable vocals on such hits as “Turn, Turn, turn” and “Mr. Tambourine Man.” In 1980, McGuinn returned to his folk roots, touring the world with his 12-string acoustic and later his signature model, a 12-string Rickenbacker electric guitar. By 1990, McGuinn co-produced his first solo album in almost a decade, Back From Rio, with the single, “King of the Hill” soar-

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Saul Kaye

Temple B’rith Kodesh | Apr. 16 Sometimes called “the Robert Johnson of Jewish blues,” Saul Kaye is a singer/guitarist known for his soulful, heartfelt and powerful style. He will perform here as part of the celebration of Israel’s 65th birthday, a family-friendly event.

Johnny Rawls

Dinosaur BBQ | Apr. 17 Johnny Ra wls, bor n and raised in Mississippi, spent over two decades apprenticing as a sideman to many top masters, and driving millions of miles with his own band - backing up legends such as Lynn White, Little Johnnie Taylor, Z.Z. Hill and O.V. Wright. Rawls has always stayed in demand because of his talent and musical versatility (he’s proficient on guitar, bass, keyboards and vocals). Releases include Can’t Sleep at Night, Here We Go, My Turn to Win, Put Your Trust in Me, Heart & Soul, Red Cadillac, Ace of Spades, Memphis Still Got Soul and his latest, Soul Survivor.

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NO CHILDâ&#x20AC;Ś Geva Theatre Center A tour-de-force exploration of one teaching artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s attempt to engage a class of underachieving students in a tough Bronx high school is told by author Nilaja Sun in No Childâ&#x20AC;Ś Actress Reenah L. Golden transforms into the teachers, students, parents, administrators, janitors and security guards who inhabit our schools and shape the future of America in this piece. The show is an exuberant and funny piece about the collaborative power of the arts; and the influence that one dynamic, determined teacher can have in altering the lives of her students forever. No Childâ&#x20AC;Ś runs April 4 thru 21 in the Fieldling Nextstage at Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Blvd. Call (585) 232-GEVA.

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â&#x20AC;˘33 VARIATIONS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Blackfriars Theatre at 795 E. Main Street will present 33 Variations, a drama by Moises Kaufma from April 12 thru 27. In this show, a mother comes to terms with her daughter, and a composer comes to terms with his genius. Even though theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re separated by 200 years, these two people share an obsession that might even, just for a moment, make time stand still. Call (585) 454-1260. â&#x20AC;˘MEASURE FOR MEASURE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Opening on April 12 and running thru April 27 at MuCCC Theater, 142 Atlantic Avenue, is Shakespeareâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Measure for Measure. Judy Moiner directs this one, which finds the Shakespeare Players - a program of the Rochester Community Players â&#x20AC;&#x201C; turning the MuCCC Theater into a late

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1920â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s speakeasy for their clever staging of this classic work. Visist www.muccc.org. â&#x20AC;˘OVER THE RIVER â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Over the River and Through the Woods, a poignant and hilarious play of Italian-American family life, will be performed April 12 thru 21 at the Pat Collins Black Box Theater in the Geneva Community Center, 160 Carter Road, Geneva NY. The show, by Joe DiPietro, tells a rollicking tale of misunderstood family expectations between the generations. Call (315) 781-2661 or (315) 573-7345.

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â&#x20AC;˘STREET SCENE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Eastman Opera Theatre will present Kurt Weillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Street Sense in Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street, from April 4 thru 7. This powerful â&#x20AC;&#x153;American Operaâ&#x20AC;? started out on Broadway, but is now a welcome guest in Opera Houses worldwide. Visit www.esm.rochester.edu/concert/tickets. â&#x20AC;˘PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monroe Community College, 1000 E. Henrietta Road, will present Steve Martinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Picasso at the Lapin Agile on April 12, 13 & 14. The play finds a 25-yearold Albert Einstein running into a 23-year-old Pablo Picasso at a hangout for artists, writers and other eccentrics who are leading the charge for the new centuryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s avant-garde. Call (585) 22-2000. â&#x20AC;˘THE THREEPENNY OPERA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nazareth College will offer their production of The Threepenny Opera in Callahan Theater, 4245 East Avenue, from April 12 thru 21. Set in Victorian London, the work by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill tells the bitter tale of the predatory outlaw known as Mack the Knife. Call (585) 389-2170. â&#x20AC;˘THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The spring mainstage theatre production at Finger Lakes Community Col-

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lege, 3325 Marvin Sands Drive in Canandaigua, will be the classic Oscar Wilde play, The Importance of Being Earnest. The show will be presented on April 11, 12, and 13. Call (585) 785-1623.

Concerts

•PEGASUS EARLY MUSIC – “Zappa & Zappa,” a special concert by Pegasus Early Music, will be presented on April 14 at the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue. New chamber works for baroque instruments by Rochester composer Richard Scott based on the music of rock icon Frank Zappa make up this show which features Geoffrey Burgess and Kathryn Montoya on oboes, Stephanie Corwin on bassoon, Boel Gidholm on violin, Christopher Haritatos on cello and Deborah Fox on theorbo. Call (585) 703-3990. •RADIOHEAD LASER – The Saturday Night Laser Show this month at the RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Avenue, will be Radiohead Laser. Songs like “Creep,” “Lotus Flower,” “Paranoid Android,” “High and Dry,” “Packt Like Sardines In A Crushed Tin Box” will be heard on the impressive sound system as intensely colorful laser lights fill the starry dome. Call (585) 271-1880. •PUBLICK MUSICK – The Arts Council for Wyoming County will present Publick Musick in concert on April 6 at Brick Presbyterian Church, 6 Church Street in Perry NY. The group will present “A German Baroque Easter” featuring Easter Cantatas and instrumental music by Pachelbel, Biber and others. Call (585) 2373517.

Dance Astrodance As part of the Culture & Community Sundays series at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue, the Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) Dance Company will present an aesthetic, educational experience representing concepts of gravitational physics interpreted through dance on April 14. The program, titled “Astrodance,” runs from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in Patricia F. Hale Gallery. Call (585) 697-1942. Bharata Utsav A night of original choreogra-

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including fusion and folk dances of India will serve as the basis for this show; with some works set to live orchestra. For information on Bharata Utsav 2013, call (585) 264-9433. DANCE/Strasser DA NCE/St rasser, featuring choreography by undergraduate and graduate students from The College at Brockport’s Department of Dace will be performed from April 4 thru 6 in the Rose L. Strasser Studio at Hartwell Hall, Kenyon Street in Brockport NY. The new works highlight choreography and performance technique by students and will feature an MFA thesis project “Clean This Up and Tie a Pretty Bow on it” by Elizabeth Osborn as well as a number of duets. Call (585) 3952787.

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festivals & SPECIAL EVENTS by Sue Cannon •On April 4, 5 & 6, the Harley School at 1981 Clover Street, will host the annual Folk Art Guild Spring Festival of Crafts. The event fea tures works by the artisans of the Folk Art Guild and includes potter y, woodworking, weaved goods and more. Call (585) 554-3539. The artisans of Rochester Folk Art Guild show their work •The Mike at the Spring Festival of Crafts, April 4-6 at the Deming AnHarley School. tique Sideshow on April 6 will cal tribute to troops of all eras - on find Deming doing appraisals in April 6. Vince Faggiano provides the manner seen on the TV sow, the live entertainment for this Antique Roadshow. His gallery is night which includes a cocktail located at 1458 Monroe Avenue. hour, dinner, music and dancing. Visit HYPERLINK “http://www. Call (585) 295-7804. theantiqueguy.com” www.thean •The Center for Holocaust tiqueguy.com. Awareness and Information of •The Diplomat Banquet Center the Jewish Federation of Greater at 1956 Lyell Avenue will host A Rochester will present its anYellow Ribbon Evening – a musinual Holocaust Remembrance

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It’s Game Time! National Museum of Play at The Strong celebrates the opening of its newest exhibition with special festivities, April 13 & 14. by Sue Cannon •A festival of all things messy, ooey, sticky, yucky fun is planned during a SPRING BREAK WEEK MESS-TIVAL at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue. Dress to make a mess for this one, which runs thru April 7. Call (585) 697-1942.

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•During PUZZLERS SCHOOLBREAK WEEK which runs thru April 7 at the 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! Or, solve brain-teasers, make their own paper puzzles, and check out

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April 3 - April 17, 2013 FREETIME Program on April 7 at the Jewish Community Center, 1200 Edgewood Avenue. Keynote speaker will be Samuel D. Kassow, telling the story of historian Emanuel Ringelblum, the man who established a clandestine operation in Nazi-occupied Warsaw to document the destruction of Poland’s Jewish community. The program will also feature a candle lighting ser vice and ref lections by college students who recently participated in “The March: Bearing Witness to Hope” in Poland. Call (585) 461-0490. •The 23rd annual Yom HaSh o a h C o m m e m o ra t i o n i s planned on April 11 at the R. Thomas Flynn-Campus Center @ MCC, 1000 E. Henrietta Road. The event will include a reading of the names of Holocaust survivors and Holocaust survivor testimonies. Call (585) 292-2000. •Visual Studies Workshop hosts its annual Benefit Auction in the VSW auditorium, 31 Prince Street, on April 12, with previews scheduled for April 5, 6 & 7. Photographs, prints and books contributed by artists from around the world will be offered – with funds raised used to support the community programs at VSW. Call (585) 442-8676.

•At the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue, A Night In Paris will be offered on April 12. The event features Frenchthemed food, wine and entertainment – circa 1913. Highlighting the evening will be the debut of a steamy two-act operetta, “The Polite Abductress,” composed by Douglas Lowry. Call (585) 2768903 to reserve a spot. •A Thea treRocs showcase event, It’s a Mad Mad World, is planned for April 13 at the Jewish Community Center, 1200 Edgewood Avenue. There will be a wine and cheese reception, silent auction, performances by area theatre companies and Rochester Theatre Hall of Fame Inductions. Call (585) 461-2000. •Celebrating 10 Years of Sisterhood, the STAR Inc. Debutantes event, Embracing Our Past, Preset & Future, will be held on April 13 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 125 E. Main Street. For tickets, call (585) 234-0448. •As part of the Culture & Community Sundays program at he Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue, a presentation by the RIT Storytellers will be given on April 14 & 21. Call (585) 697-1942 for details.

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3-D, glow-in-the-dark or teeny tiny puzzles so small you need tweezers to place the pieces! Call (585) 263-2700. •JCC CenterStage and Rochester Children’s Theatre is currently offering a world premiere musical in the JCC Hart Theatre, 1200 Edgewood Avenue, thru April 7. MOSES MAN: A musical journey of a Holocaust sur vivor, deals with indomitable spirit of survival as Kalman and Lily Haber embark on a perilous flight from Naziinvaded 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-on-one, with an adult. Reservations are required. Call (585) 697-1942.

•The SCIENCE SATURDAY PROGRAM of hands-on experiments designed for the entire family continues in April at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue. On the 6th, “Visual Illusions Reveal the Mysteries of the Brain” will be presented; and “Nanodays” is slated for 4/13. Call (585) 697-1942.

All the individuals of the selected team will receive a Baseball Cap compliments of FREETIME Magazine and the Red Wings. Ten tickets will be provided for the team. Additional tickets may be purchased at a group discount. Teams may also register by signing up at all Red Wings home games during the 2013 season. Teams will be contacted by a Red Wings representative to schedule their special night.

•MONDAY KICKS FOR AGES 2 TO 6 at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. Through playful learning activities designed for two to six year olds, kids will discover “Wizards and Dragons” on April 8. Call (585) 263- 2700.

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18 FREETIME April 3 - April 17, 2013 <<< continued from p. 15 •Students from SUNY Brockport will present a special performance based on the folktale BROTHERS GRIMM on April 13 at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. Call (585) 263-2700 for details. •The Cool Kids @ GCC program on April 13 is the biggest one of their season. This is the 8th annual COOL KIDS ECO-FEST, offering fun outside with Alternative Energy Cars to check out, solar and wind power displays, kites, and more; and fun inside where you can recycle old books and sneakers and more. You’ll also find a place to recycle your old electronics – free – computers, printers, cell pones, televisions and more. And, there will be plenty of cool booths to check out, games, raffles, and fun for all ages. The event is presented at Genesee Community College in Batavia. Call (5850 637-3984. •During OPENING WEEKEND OF THE NEW EXHIBIT, GAME TIME! taking place on April 13 & 14 at the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, kids can move like a piece on a giant game board; or journey through the exhibit and learn about the history of board games, card games, puzzles, electromechanical coin-operated games, pinball machines and more. Interactive stations invite guests to play digital party games, card games, a giant game of bingo and more. Call (585) 263-2700. •Running April 13 thru 21 at the JCC Hart Theatre, 1200 Edgewood Avenue, is the TYKEs (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy) production of AHOY, MATEY!. Based on the best selling book by Melinda Long, the show follows Captain Braid Beard and his crew who invite Jeremy Jacob to join their voyage for the swashbuckling time of his life! The show features such songs as “Green Teeth,” “I’m Really Just a Sensitive Guy,” and “You’ve Got to Talk Like a Pirate.” Call (585) 461-2000.. •John Lithgow’s children’s story about a multi-talented child prodigy, THE REMARKABLE FARKLE McBRIDE, will bring the sounds and rhythms of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra to sprawling life on April 14 as an RPO OrKIDStra Series concert is presented in Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 N. Plymouth Avenue. Call (585) 454-7311 for tickets.

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TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME! It’s time for the official Home Opening of our Rochester Red Wings Triple A 2013 Baseball Season! That’s right, the boys of summer are back. They’ll make their first appearance at Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, on Saturday, April 6. Prior to the

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Living Memory: Alumni An exhibition of works by former teachers and students at the Memorial Art Gallery’s Creative Workshop titled Living Memory: Alumni Show Part 1, will be displayed in the MAG’s Lucy Burn Gallery, 500 University Avenue, from April 15 thru May 9. The show is held in conjunction with the museum’s centennial celebrations. Call (585) 276-8959.

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1:05 p.m. game against the Buffalo Bisons, the Red Wings will honor local area first responders including the West Webster Fire Department’s first responders who were victims of the horrible tragedy on Christmas Eve last year. Buffalo will also be in town to face Rochester on April 7. The following week, Scranton/ WB take on Rochester in consecutive games that run from Monday, April 15 thru Thursday, April 18 with a 7:05 p.m. start each evening. For tickets, visit www. rochesterredwings.com; or call (585) 423-WING.

4/3 Mr. & Mrs. Bridge 4/4 The Vanishing *French & Dutch w/ subtitles

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FINAL REGULAR SEASON HOME GAME FOR THE HAWKS Our Rochester Knighthawks will play their last regular season home game on April 6 at 7:30 p.m. against the Philadelphia Wings in our Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive. For tickets, call (585) 454-HAWK; or visit www.knighthawks.com.

TWO GAMES FOR THE AMERKS Our Rochester Amer icans AHL Hockey Team will take the ice in the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive, for two consecutive Fridays. On April 5, they face Lake Erie; and on April 12, Oklahoma City will be their opponent. Both matches start at

RAZORSHARKS HOST THREE Our Professional Basketball team, the Rochester RazorSharks, will be on their home court in the Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Drive, on Thursday, April 4 to take on the West Virginia Miners at 7:05 p.m. On the following Sunday, April 7 at 2:05 p.m., the Sharks face the Lansing Capitals before the West Virginia Miners return on Saturday, April 13 at 7:05 p.m. Visit www.razorsharks. com for ticket information.

Game Time! At the Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, a new and original permanent exhibit opens on April 14. Game Time! lets you move like a piece on a giant game board through three centuries of American games, puzzles and pubic amusements. On your way to the finish line, enjoy colorful displays of rare historic treasures from The Strong’s unparalleled collections. Check out oversized games of Connect Four, Battleship and more; play f lashing, electronic big-screen versions of bingo, trace the history of board, card and role-playing games and much more. Call (585) 362-2700.

Eat It Rochester Contemporary Art Center opens a new exhibit of food-related artworks on April 4 at 137 East Avenue. Eat It: Artists Explore Food and Consumption runs thru May 13 with special events planned on April 5 (“First Friday”), April 6 (“Artists’ Talk”), April 15 (“Art of the Mix-Tax Day” with Rochester’s top mixologists on hand), and April 27 (“Slow Art Day”). Featured artist include Stefani Bardin, Christine Chin, The Counter Kitchen (Stefani Bardin and Brooke Singer), Brady Dillsworth, Tatiana Kronberg, Andrzej Maciejewski, and Spurse – a national research and design collaboration. Call (585) 461-2222.

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Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.; 271-4090 www.eastmanhouse.org (All films shown at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.)

7:05 p.m. Visit www.amerks.com; or call (800) 745-3000.

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4/5 & 7 Ben-Hur (Fri. @ 7pm; Sun. @ 2pm) 4/6 Jefferson in Paris *English & French w/ subtitles, featuring appearance by James Ivory 4/9 Yoyo *French w/ subtitles 4/10 Roseland 4/11 Sorry, Wrong Number 4/12 Marina Abramovi’c: The Artist is Present

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Roger McGuinn By Scott Gudell The 1960’s are repeatedl y referenced as one of the most fertile decades for music. Recordings from countless artists from that period are heard on a regular basis, and many of those musicians laid the foundation for the rich music that followed. Roger McGuinn was there at the right time…with the right talent.   As a founding member of The Byrds, he helped create such memorable songs as “Eight Miles High,” “Chestnut Mare,” and “So You Want To Be A Rock And Roll Star,” as well as presenting definitive versions of songs by others, including Dylan’s “Mr. Tambourine Man,” and Pete

Seeger’s “Turn, Turn, Turn.” Mr. McGuinn spoke with us in late March from his home in Florida, as he was preparing to hit the road to make an appearance at the JCC on April 15.   Although The Byrds are considered a rock band by many, the roots of their unique style grew from the band members having started their music careers in the folk world. After mentioning how the group had influenced me when I was young, McGuinn related a memory of listening to the Weavers on the radio when he was just six years old, and singing along with “Good Night Irene.” “I was always a big fan of (leader) Pete Seeger, and then I finally got to meet him years later.” Reflecting back on the Byrds’ original line-up, he said “We all came out of the folk background. I worked

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with the Limelighters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Judy Collins, so I was steeped in folk music. David Crosby was a folk solo artist when I met him...Gene Clark had been with the New Christy Minstrels, and Chris Hillman was from a bluegrass band, so everyone was kind of folky. But we got inspired by the Beatles so we became a rock band.” McGuinn went on to explain that the group’s folk roots were so strong, “that when we tried to play rock and roll, the folk music came out, so they labeled it ‘folk rock.’  The Beatles inspired everybody to break away from the business model of having one or two hits on an album and the rest ‘filler.’   The Beatles made every song a possible hit   and sometimes they’d have five of them on the charts at the same time, and that was a breakthrough for songwriters and singers. We were so enamored with the Beatles...we followed that business model.” Eventuall y band members started to come and go, with David Crosby one of the first to exit. “Even the Rolling Stones had members come and go, but they are pretty consistent. They sound like the Rolling Stones,” McGuinn reflected.  New members in The Byrds pushed them closer to a country rock sound which helped create the iconic Sweetheart of the Rodeo LP, a “must have” record for Americana artists to this day.   McGuinn eventually left the group and recorded several solo albums, including Cardiff Rose. As the title track was influenced by old sea shanties, McGuinn

reminisced on another Seeger influence. “Pete Seeger was the first person I heard do sea shanties back around 1958. He explained how these songs were used on shipboard for work. They would pull up the anchor, raise the sail…I have a tremendous love for the sea. In fact, I love the songs so much that our latest CD is called CCD, and it’s 23 songs of the sea.” This and many other CDs and downloads are available at his web site, and through various other channels. So what can we expect when Roger McGuinn visits Rochester on April 15?  Without giving too much away, you’ll hear classic Byrds songs, newer solo efforts as well as engaging stories.  Most likely McGuinn will touch on a career-changing encounter with jazz legend Miles Davis, and about how McGuinn came to write the title song to one of the generation-defining movies of the 1960’s, Easy Rider. And for guitar lovers, he’s expected to bring a seven string guitar that he designed for the Martin Company, as well as other Martin guitars, a Rickenbacker guitar, and to round things out, a five string banjo! He’s also working on a DVD that will include inter views with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, and “a couple of guys from the Byrds.”  Seems like everything comes full circle. E d i to r ’ s N o te : Ro ge r McGuinn performs Monday, April 15 at the Jewish Community Center’s Hart Theatre.

with Sue Tillotson on April 6th. A Suzuki instructor for over 30 years, Sue has performed around our region as well as in Scotland; winning several fiddle competitions and releasing a CD, Darach, in 2006. (585-705-2337) •Life in Color (for merl y known as Dayglow) returns to the Main Street Armory, 900 E. Main St., on April 13 featuring Sander van Doorn, a Dutch DJ/producer. An incredibly “messy-but-awesome” paint party, the touring event is a hit with college kids nationwide. (585-232-3221) •Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs Street, hosts the International Lotte Lenya Competition for Rising Musical Theater Stars Finals on April 13. At this annual event,

contestants vie for top prizes of $15,000, $10,000 and $7,500 in front of a panel of judges. Competitors from throughout the world will perform from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; with a culminating concert scheduled that evening at 8 p.m. Sponsored by the Kurt Weill Foundation, both sessions offered free to the public (585274-1110)

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Benefits: •To raise funds for a special project – recording an album with the street children of Kampala, Uganda – local artists Jesse Sprinke and Kurt Johnson will perform at Richmond’s Tavern, 21 Richmond Street, on April 6 at 8 p.m. Jesse and Kurt head off to Africa soon; and are hoping to offset expenses with this show. You can find out more by going to ParadiseUganda.com. (585270-8570) •Penfield High School graduate, George DeMott, will present a benefit concert for the Robert DeMott Memorial Vocal Music Scholarship on April 14 in Penfield High Auditorium, 25 High School Drive. George has per-

formed as a tenor soloist across the US; as well as with the vocal trio, Poperazzi. (585-249-5732) Special Events: •Abilene Bar and Lounge at 153 Liberty Pole Way hosts a night of poetry and spoken word, Art of Xpression 2, on April 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. The event is sponsored by The Mocha Center, an organization here in Rochester formed to improve the health and wellness of the LGBT communities of color. Singers and poets will perform; and there will even be a Drag Show as well as free food and free HIV testing. (585-232-3230) •The South Wedge Mission at 125 Carline Street is offering a Scottish Fiddle Workshop

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THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES Written by Derek Cianfrance, Ben Coccio, Darius Marder; directed by Derek Cianfrance    Rated R With Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes, Ray Liotta By Ed Symkus What a difference one film makes. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard to imagine that The Place Beyond the Pines direc-

tor Derek Cianfrance is the same guy that made the muddled, overwrought, and just too moody (but Sundance-praised) Blue Valentine a couple of years ago. This new film is just so much more assured, so much more successfully reliant on storytelling over atmosphere. Yet it, too, sets a tone and holds onto it. Until itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to move on to another, related tone. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a film that takes a lot of risks, ranging from the honest and daring performances by the entire cast to its physical structure. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a sprawling story, told in three distinct, completely separate acts or chapters, and featuring characters whose lives intertwine. As has been mentioned about certain films on these pages (and

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377 East Ave. (near Alexander) • 319-5999 • acanthuscafe.com Hours: 11am-10pm Tue. and Wed.; 11am–mid. Thu; 11am-2am Fri. and Sat. (Closed Sun. & Mon.) Atmosphere: Acanthus Café is a wine bar and coffeehouse that serves extraordinary food in the East End. Menu: On the culinary side, Acanthus specializes in Mediterranean-inspired dishes that include marinated chicken, pork and beef tenderloin, shrimp and tofu skewers; innovative salads, interesting sampler plates, cheese plates and crab nachos, with limited-run specials each week. Homemade soups and chili served daily. Specialties: Epicurean Cheese Plate; Chicken Salad with Pecans and Craisins; Harvest Salad - baby lettuce with pears, candied walnuts and crumbled bleu cheese; Pork Tenderloin and Mango Skewers; Angus and Premium Chicken Burgers with Chips and Mango Salsa; daily homemade soups. Plus: We serve an extensive variety of beers and wines, coffee and espresso beverages. Our beans are fair-trade, organic, and locally roasted by Joe Bean or Fingerlakes Coffee Roasters. Outdoor/Scenic Dining: 16 seats and 4 sidewalk tables overlooking East End on East Ave. Price Range: $5-$15 Credit Cards: Visa/MasterCard

Lovin’ Cup Bistro & Brews

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300 Park Point Dr.• 292-9940 • lovincup.com Hours: Mon. 11am-11pm; Tue. & Wed. 11am-mid.; Thu.–Sat. 11am-2am; Sun. 12pm10pm Atmosphere: An all-encompassing sensory experience, with ever-changing art on the walls, live music crossing all genres, rotating micro-brewed beer selection, wine from across the world and specialty cocktails to accompany our made to order food. Menu: Assorted salads, paninis, burgers, sandwiches and a variety of seasonal desserts. Specialties: An exciting new menu is around the corner, which will feature some more hearty dinner options, and naan-style pizzas. For a limited time, we are carrying a house beer made specifically for us by Sly Fox Brewery out of Pheonixville, PA; it's a golden pilsner, which is seasonable, but with some wonderful hop elements, called RX Hoppy Pils. Get it while you can! A few of our feature food items include our freshpressed panini, which highlight locally-made Baker's Street foccacia bread. Dr. Rock is a favorite with grilled chicken proscuitto, roasted red peppers, spinach and fresh mozzarella cheese! Our burgers are some of the best in town, with angus beef and creative toppings! And look out for some of our new food items. One to look out for is the “air conditioned heart,” which is an italian pork shoulder, slow roasted with root vegetables and fresh herbs and served up with homemade mashed potatoes or rice. Plus: Live music Thu.-Sat.; Open Mic Night on Tuesdays and “Sunday Funday” - featuring assorted events and entertainment. Credit Cards: All Major

Remington’s

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425 Merchants Rd. • 482-4434 •remingtonsofrochester.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 4pm-10pm Atmosphere and Location: The dining gem of the North Winton Village. Warm and sociable with friendly professional staff for a unique and memorable dining experience. Menu: New American. Introducing new Chef Rob Downey, adding a new menu in May with Remington’s classic dishes and some new, exciting cuisine! Specialties: Lamb Osso Bucco, Tenderloin Bruschetta, Walleye Pike, Crab Stuffed Filet Mignon. Check out our website for exciting “theme nights.” Plus: Full Dining Room Menu and Lighter Lounge Menu. Now booking rehearsal dinners, family and corporate functions in our private dining room. Outdoor/Scenic Dining: Patio dining available Price Range: $8-$28 Credit Cards: All major

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1226 Fairport Rd. • 385-9777 • www.shootersny.com Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11am-2pm; Sun. 12pm-12am Atmosphere and Location: Shooters offers a classic decor with a sports theme. Newly remodeled inside with two 90" and one 110" big screen TVs, plus 15 other large screen TVs. Separate party area and live bands every weekend. Menu: Wood-fired Angus burgers, pizza and stuffed bread. We also have steaks, chicken wings, summer salads and healthy chicken wraps. Specialties: Homemade lobster mac and cheese, $9.99 beer-battered Friday Fish Frys, the hottest hot sauce in town! And our own “Shooters” sauce-great on chicken wings. Plus: Kids meals under $5 Outdoor/Scenic Dining: Coming soon: New patio and outside decor. Price Range: $4.99- $18.99 Credit Cards: All Major 503 South Ave. • www.swcolony.com Hours: Tue.-Sat. 7pm-2am Atmosphere and Location: Neighborhood Bar & Grill with a clean and modern upscale decor. Menu: Our menu is available until 2am and consists of an extensive selection of Gourmet Burgers, Chicken Sandwiches, Stuffed Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, and Patriot Plates (our version of the “Garbage” plate). House Specialties: We offer the most incredible drink specials in all of Rochester. We serve our menu until 2 am and it consists of the absolute best burgers and other sandwiches that you have ever had in your life. Try one of our Fishbowl Drinks, these are cocktails that are served in a giant fishbowl! Plus: We have seven flat screen TV’s for your viewing pleasure along with a pool table, three dart boards, a foosball table, a Wii and beer pong tables all for your entertainment. Outdoor/Scenic Dining: We have a large patio with plenty of tables and seating that is open all year long from open until close. Price Range: $5-$10 Credit Cards: All major 628 Winton Rd. North • 730-8350 • wintonaire.com Hours: Atmosphere and Location: Truly a classic “neighborhood tavern and eatery” right in the heart of the North Winton section of Rochester. Oak accents and tin ceilings help create a comfortable environment. Plus...plenty of free parking in our lot. Menu and Specialties: The Wintonaire offers a broad assortment of menu items to please any appetite. Start with the Mushroom Caps or other favorites such as Mac and Cheese Bites or the Loaded Nachos. All are perfect for a quick snack or a start to a nice meal. For dinner...try the Flynnie’s Favorite Sirloin, grilled to your taste or a chargrilled Delmonico Steak cooked to your liking. If you like seafood, try the Sea Scallops or the increasingly popular Friday Night Fish Fry. Specials include All-You-Can-Eat pasta on Mondays and All-You-Can-Eat Tacos on Tuesdays. And, yes, we have a great kids menu. Drinks...there’s a wide assortment of popular beers and wines as well as most popular call brands of liquor. Price Range: $3.50 - $20 Credit Cards: All major

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1881 East Ave â&#x20AC;˘ 271 6650 â&#x20AC;˘ TheBrightonRestaurant.com Hours: Open for lunch, dinner and late night Atmosphere and Location: Newly renovated and decorated...but the restaurant retains the classic look and feel it's known for. Menu: The Brighton on East presents a combination of old favorites, classic family recipes such as the Amalfi family sauce, plus a few brand new dishes for 2013. Highlights include appetizers such as the Grilled Lobster Cocktail (sweet warm water lobster tail, split, grilled and basted with herb butter and lemon), Artichoke French (artichoke hearts egg-dipped and sauteed in a sherry-lemon butter sauce) and Maryland Crab Cake (made with crab meat seasoned with a crispy Panko crust presented with Remoulade sauce). Brighton classic entrees include Shrimp Scampi (sauteed with garlic, butter and fresh lemon...served with vegetable and potato), Chicken Portobello (Panko-breaded breast with Portobello mushrooms, roasted red peppers and baby spinach with a citrus-poultry demi-glaze over mashed potatoes) and Wiener Schnitzel

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1382 Culver Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ 224-0990 â&#x20AC;˘ www.johnnyslivemusic.com Hours: 4-10pm daily (11:30am-10pm Fridays) Atmosphere: Casual, comfortable, and friendly pub and grill. Menu: Great burgers, wraps, paninis, salads, and wings. Specialties: Friday Fish Fry. Plus: Now open for lunch on Fridays! Price Range: $4 - $10 Credit Cards: All Major

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have created an extensive selection of tastes & textures that break away from the ordinary. From salsa to sashimi- Tapas has it covered! Specialties: Seared Sea Scallops with sherry braised mushrooms, roasted pepper gorgonzola sauce & balsamic drizzle. Grilled Rack Of Lamb with tzatziki, zucchini fries, feta leek polenta & roasted peppers. Chorizo Steamed Mussels with asparagus, spicy tomato broth & parmesan citrus frites. Prosciutto Wrapped Artichokes with gorgonzola sage cream over focaccia toast points, Fresh Muddled Mojitos, Homemade Sangria, Over 25 wines by the glass or bottle. Plus: FREE Salsa Dancing Lessons every Thursday @ 9:30, Friday DJs and FREE Live Salsa Band every Saturday Night 11-2am! Valet parking Thu.-Sat. Outdoor/Scenic Dining Description: Spring & summer “big city feel” open air dining patio. Price Range: Tapas/appetizers: $9.95-$15.95 Entrées $18.95-$29.95 Daily Specials! Credit Cards: All major

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232 Lyell Ave (near Dewey) • 458-3090 Hours: Lunch Mon.-Sat. 11am - 3pm; Dinner Thu. 11am - 8:30pm; Fri. & Sat. 11am - 9pm Atmosphere and Location: Roncone’s retains the classic old world, neighborhood atmosphere that has delighted patrons since 1937. They're now celebrating their 75 year anniversary! Menu: Roncone’s features Rochester favorites such as Artichoke French and Fried Calamari as appetizers, and entreés including Gnocchi, Linguini with Red or White Clam Sauce, Chicken French or a simple yet classic combination of bread, salad and pasta. Specialties: Check out the special Friday Fish offerings, plus new weekend specials. Plus: Owner Joe Fantauzzo and Chef Josh are great hosts and often greet people during lunch and dinner. Price Range: $5 - $12 Credit Cards: All Major

1245 Lee Rd. • 254-4947 Atmosphere: Casual friendly, and cozy place to relax and converse. Whether you come in alone or with friends, you'll find a comfortable, unpretentious place to eat, drink, and have a good time. The crowd is all ages, and the tempo picks up as the night goes on. Enjoy pool, darts, Wifi, Quickdraw, and Internet Juke Box here at Alfano’s. There’s a private room for up to 30 people that could be enjoyed here too. Conveniently located just south of 390! Menu: Authentic Italian Cuisine featuring many sautéed dishes and homemade traditional recipes, along with homemade soups, gnocchi, meatballs, and the most awesome tomato sauce! Specialties: Chicken, Haddock, or Artichoke French, and the Greens and Beans. Try these signature dishes for sure! Plus: Daily lunch specials; Free pizza @ 5pm on Weds & Thurs; Happy Hour Mon-Fri 3-6. Price Range: $5- $15 Credit Cards: ALL Major

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2720 West Henrietta Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ 292-1111 Hours: Open daily except Monday Atmosphere and Location: Established in 1973, Arigato Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar was the first hibachi restaurant to open in Rochester. Their hibachi style cooking involves one of their talented chefs preparing the meal for you at your table, for your entertainment. Not only do our chefs cook for you, but they might have a few tricks up their sleeves...make sure to watch out for the flying rice ball! Menu: All their meats, seafood and vegetables are delivered daily for freshness. Arigatoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s famous ginger dressing and all of their other sauces, including spicy sauce, eel sauce, wasabi sauce, teriyaki sauce, ginger sauce and yum yum sauce, are all made in-house. Specialties: Arigato features a number of specials during the week including All-YouCan-Eat Sushi, 3 rolls for $12.95, Buy One Get One Half Price Rolls, Kids Eat Free, $2 Sake, and 2 for 1 Margaritas and Mai Tais. Plus: For any occasion they have a unique way to celebrate with you. This special moment will be captured and placed in one of their custom Arigato picture frames for you to take home to remember your special occasion.

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19 W. Main St., Webster â&#x20AC;˘ 872-2910 Hours: Mon.-Fri. Kitchen 11am-11pm; Sat. 11am-10pm; Sun. 2pm-mid. Atmosphere and Location: Casual bar atmosphere with tall ceilings and a lot of room. Located in the village of Webster. Menu: Fresh, homemade pizza, chicken, burgers and wraps. New menu items include pulled pork and The Coachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Home Plate.â&#x20AC;? Mon: $6 One-Topping Pizza; Tue: 40¢ InHouse Wing Special; Fri: Free Pizza & Wings 4-6pm. Plus: Live music every Saturday. Price Range: $4.95-$9.95 Credit Cards: All major

1776 Monroe Ave. â&#x20AC;˘ 442-8790 â&#x20AC;˘ Follow us on Facebook Hours: 11:00am - 2:00am Daily Atmosphere and Location: Casual Sports Bar/Pub Menu: Featuring our Famous Otter Wings deliciously prepared in one of our many flavored styles: Buffalo style, Garlic Parmesan, Cajun, Teryaki, & our tangy BourbonHoney BBQ! A wide variety of Appetizers including our Otter Ole Quesadillas, Nachos Mucho Grande, Steamers, Homemade Chili & Soups & MUCH MORE! Try one of our specialty french bread pizzas, made fresh on the spot! Bite into the biggest, juiciest burgers around garnished with your favorite toppings. Or choose your favorite chicken sandwich, Rueben or Philly Cheese Steak served on a roll or in a wrap! We also offer a Fish Fry EVERY DAY! Specialties: Fantastic Wing variety, Specialty burgers & The Lodge Plate Plus: Private Party Room available for bookings! Open for Lunch & Dinner Daily Price Range: $10-$25 Credit Cards: All major

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428 Manitou Rd. â&#x20AC;˘ 392-3489 Hours: 11am-2am daily Atmosphere and Location: Braddock Bay - along side Salmon Creek. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cheersâ&#x20AC;? type atmosphere. Menu: Complete bar menu. Specialties: Our own â&#x20AC;&#x153;Willow Burger.â&#x20AC;? Plus: Happy hour weekdays. Karaoke on Thursdays and Sundays, live entertainment weekly. Outdoor/Scenic Dining: Outdoor patio on the water. (Weather permitting) Price Range: $4-$8 Credit Cards: None

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` Steak Char Steak and Lounge p.27 550 East Avenue â&#x20AC;˘ 241-7100 â&#x20AC;˘ www.charsteakandlounge.com Hours: Breakfast: 6am-10am daily, brunch 11-3 Sunday, lunch: 11am to 2pm Monday through Saturday, dinner: 5-10pm Monday through Thursday, 5-11pm Friday through Saturday, and 4-9pm on Sunday. Atmosphere and Location: Char Steak and Lounge is a contemporary loungestyle restaurant in the Strathallan, a Doubletree by Hilton hotel. We celebrate local artists with our hip menu and ambience, which is set by the relaxed vibe, indoor and outdoor fireplaces, and a nightlife that continues late into the evening. Live jazz on Sunday nights from 6-9. Menu: Char offers a wide variety of food: featuring wood-grilled meats, fresh pasta dishes, handmade desserts; all paired with a lengthy cocktail selection and great wine list. The fresh fish menu includes a full raw bar, King Crab Legs, scallops, and a fresh daily fish entrĂŠe. This steakhouse even offers a vegan dish. A la carte Side dishes are available and include the Marble Potatoes roasted in duck fat with caramelized onions and rosemary. Desserts include Coffee Creme BrĂťlĂŠe and chocolate torte with dehydrated cream cheese. Specialties: Our J&R drop-down, woodfired show grill cooks our prime cuts of Creekstone Farms beef and lamb to perfection. We are the only restaurant in the Northeast to cook on this grill and the unique flavor of our house rub, complete with smoked salts and fennel dust, will leave steak lovers in awe. Try one of our nine steak sauces to add even more flavor to your dining experience. Credit Cards: All major

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566 River St. â&#x20AC;˘ 663-5910 â&#x20AC;˘ www.pelicansnestrestaurant. com Hours: 11am-2am daily; AprilNovember Atmosphere and Location: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Where Rochester Celebrates Summer!â&#x20AC;? Located on the West side of the Genesee River. Menu: Casual American cuisine serving both lunch and dinner, featuring a full selection of appetizers, specialty salads, wraps, and dinner entrĂŠes. Dinner entrĂŠes range from our famous calamari to a wide variety of fresh seafood dishes, and our Prime Rib is now offered 7

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Entertainment Calendar Western NY Events April 3 - April 17, 2013

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.

Daily Calendar DAY Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed.

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WEDNESDAY APRIL

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CLUBS

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/ Sean Hoots MD Woods, The Whale & The Warbler, Kennedy Jason 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Bles Jam w/ The King Bees

Country/Rock

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

Jazz

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

APRIL 6

GZA

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 CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

Show

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Camp Good Days Benefit Wine Tasting 7pm

CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Philharmonia Chamber Orchestra 8pm FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Room B355 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1367 The Prickers & Cabin Killers 7pm THE RED ROOM 1010 East Ave, www. RochesterGuitarClub.com Tim & Myles Thompson 7:30pm

Lauded for his multi-layered lyrics, intricate rhymes and flawless technique, hip hop artist and founding Wu Tang Clan member, GZA comes to Water Street Music Hall, April 6.

SUNY BROCKPORT Drake Memorial Library, 395-2787 “Music at Noon” featuring Mitzie Collins, hammered dulcimer; Roxanne Ziegler, Celtic harp 12:15pm

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

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man *preview 7:30pm

THURSDAY APRIL

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY GLEASON AUDITORIUM 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Adventures in Chemistry & Physics 2:30-3:30pm 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 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

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CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Miss Fairchild w/ Last Minute, Cammy Enaharo 7:30pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Genesee Johnny DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Natalie B Band 9pm

Dance

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

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April 3 - April 17, 2013 FREETIME

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dean Edwards 7:30pm

Funk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Solstice Dream w/ Thoroughbred 9pm

Jazz

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

We’re Ready For Another Great Season of Live Entertainment! Saturday April

Saturday April

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LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 D’Jangoners 7:30-9:30pm 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

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Karaoke

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com 10pm-2am

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

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

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

Pop/R & B

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Amanda Ashley 9pm

Rock

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Teressa Wilcox 9pm

CONCERTS

ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Prism Concert 7:30pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by The Geneseo String Band 8-11pm SUNY BROCKPORT Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall, 395-ARTS DANCE/Strasser 7:30pm

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

RABBIT IN THE RYE

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Open Mic

Progressive folk rock trio, Rabbit in the Rye makes its Abilene Bar & Lounge debut, April 5.

SHOWS

THE HARLEY SCHOOL 1981 Clover St, 554-3539/ folkartguild.org Rochester Folk Art Guild’s Spring Festival of Crafts 4-8pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

Sports

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

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 1 & 7:30pm

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child... *preview (The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man 7:30pm JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 JCC CenterStage & Rochester Children’s Theatre present: Moses Man: A Musical Journey of a Holocaust Survivor 7pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, esm.rochester.edu/ concerts/tickets Eastman Opera Theatre: Kurt Weill’s “Street Scene” 7:30pm

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

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FRIDAY APRIL

5

CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Rob Gioia Experience 5pm TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd., 392-3489 Jeff Martin 6-10pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Man vs. Machine: A Night of Music featuring Vocalists, Live Drum Machines & Group Art Show 8pm

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April 3 - April 17, 2013 FREETIME

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Steve Lyons 6-9pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 The Bluesbirds THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 3rd Degree DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Carolyn Kelly Blues Band 10pm RABâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Mitty & The Followers 9:30pm SMOKINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; JOEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 John Cole Blues Band

Blues/Americana

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 The Heavenly Chillbillies 9:30pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dean Edwards 7:30 & 10pm

DJ

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Rage in the Cave w/ Risik, Syxgage, Dan Coco, Cyberfish 9pm

Electro-Rock

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Jimkata w/ Ocupanther 9pm

Folk/Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Rabbit in the Rye w/ Laura K. Balke, The Dead Records 9:30pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 -Carinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pride - Open Session 6-8pm -Dave North 8pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWNâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1675 Penfield Rd, 385-9202 Fred Costello & Roger Eckers Duo 7:30-10pm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Madeline Forster 7:30-9:30pm

Karaoke

FLAHERTYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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

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Rock

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Attitude Joe 9:30pm JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Teagan & The Tweeds 9pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Cash Arrow

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STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Atomic Swamis 10pm TAYLORâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 Something Else 9pm WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Start Making Sense - Talking Heads Tribute 9pm

Rock/World

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APRIL 6

Blues

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Hailed by Rolling Stone as â&#x20AC;&#x153;the preeminent male singer-songwriter of the new folk movement,â&#x20AC;? John Gorka lends his rich baritone and trademark dry wit and humor to the next Cafe Veritas concert, April 6.

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 The Moho Collective

Rockabilly

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Krypton 88 8pm

DANCE

SUNY BROCKPORT Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall, 395-ARTS DANCE/Strasser 7:30pm

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

THE HARLEY SCHOOL 1981 Clover St, 554-3539/ folkartguild.org Rochester Folk Art Guildâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Spring Festival of Crafts 11am-7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 11am, 2:30 & 4:30pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:30pm

Sports

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

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child... (The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man *preview 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, esm.rochester.edu/ concerts/tickets Eastman Opera Theatre: Kurt Weillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Street Sceneâ&#x20AC;? 7:30pm

SATURDAY APRIL

6

CLUBS

Acoustic

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

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RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Paradise, Uganda Send off w/ Jesse Sprinkle & Kurt Johnson 8pm THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Stone Dead Forever w/ Beneath Hellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sky, Burndwiller 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 The Crawdiddies w/ Gordon Munding THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Luca Foresta & The Electro Kings DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 John Cole Blues Band 10pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 3rd Degree

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APRIL 7

CONFERENCE CALL

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Dean Edwards 7:30 & 10pm

Country

DANCE

The Bop Shop celebrates 25 years of presenting live jazz with a series of shows, kicking off April 7 with a performance by the quartet, Conference Call at Lovin’ Cup Bistro & Brews.

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 First Hammer, Lord Almighty, Order of the Dead, Desekrator, Crippled Mess, Spika 8:30pm THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Meat Puppets w/ The World Takes, The Cringe 8pm

THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Cross Roads NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Custom Taylor Band 9pm

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Johnny B & The VIPS

DJ

JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Mr. Mustard Beatles Tribute 8pm

Hip Hop

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 GZA w/ Ratking, Lucky Labrats, H.E.X.X. 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Ted McGraw 5:30-7:30pm

Jazz

CHARLEY BROWN’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 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 Ache

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

Rock

THE COTTAGE HOTEL OF MENDON 1390 Pittsford-Mendon Rd, 6241390 Red Sky Band 9pm-1am

TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 DJ Dance Party

SUNY BROCKPORT Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall, 395-ARTS DANCE/Strasser 7:30pm

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 British Rock Tribute Show featuring BML & Guests (Pink Floyd), The Blastoffs & Guests (Black Sabbath), Loud & Proud (Led Zeppelin) 9pm MCKENZIE’S IRISH PUB 3685 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-8970 Dog House 9pm SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Small Town 10pm

CONCERTS

BRICK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 6 Church St, Perry, 237-3517 Publick Musick 7pm EASTMAN SCHOOL HATCH RECITAL HALL 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Morning Chamber Music 11am MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 The Official Spring Bash w/ Chief Keef, Jim Jones, Lil Reese, Trina, Jada Kiss 8pm

DIPLOMAT BANQUET CENTER 1 Diplomat Way, veteransoutreachcenter.org/ yellowribbon A Yellow Ribbon Evening: A Musical Tribute to Troops of All Eras 6pm THE HARLEY SCHOOL 1981 Clover St, 554-3539/ folkartguild.org Rochester Folk Art Guild’s Spring Festival of Crafts 9am-5pm RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Science Saturday: Visual Illusions Reveal The Mysteries of the Brain 11am & 12:30pm 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 -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm SUNY GENESEO CAMPUS Kuhl Gym, 800-525-2070 Sideswipe Live 7pm

Sports

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings Home Opener vs. Buffalo Bisons 1:05pm ICE SKATING Sports Centre at MCC, 2700 Brighton-Henrietta T.L. Rd, 4244625 Open House/Learn to Skate Event 4-6pm INDOOR LACROSSE Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, 454-HAWK Rochester Knighthawks vs. Philadelphia Wings 7:30pm

THEATRE

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, www.eventbrite. com Stephane Wrembel 7pm

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 2 & 8pm

ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Wind Ensemble 7:30pm

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

CAFE VERITAS at FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 220 Winton Rd. South, www. cafeveritas.org John Gorka w/ Miche’ Fambro 7:30pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 My Gal Patsy 8pm

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GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man *preview, Open captioned performance 2pm *Opening 8pm JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 JCC CenterStage & Rochester Children’s Theatre present: Moses Man: A Musical Journey of a Holocaust Survivor 8pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, esm.rochester.edu/ concerts/tickets Eastman Opera Theatre: Kurt Weill’s “Street Scene” 7:30pm

SUNDAY APRIL

7

CLUBS

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Stereo Fidelics w/ Poetry for Thieves, The Reactions, Roger Khun 8pm

Blues

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

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Trace Wilkins 7-11pm

Jazz

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Bop Shop/Bop Arts 25 Years of Live Jazz Celebration featuring Conference Call 8pm

Karaoke

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

CONCERTS

CHILI SENIOR CENTER 3235 Chili Ave, 889-6185 Traveling Cabaret-An Afternoon of Song, Dance & Comedy 2pm CHRIST CHURCH 141 East Ave, 454-3878 Candlelight Concert: Adrian Foster; Derek Remes, organists, followed by Compline 8:30pm DOWNTOWN UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 121 N Fitzhugh St, 325-4000/ agorochester.org EROI Community Organ Concert 4pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Steve Kelly, Aeolian organ 3pm

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MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 “Going for Baroque” Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm

SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5824 Geneseo Symphony OrchestraConcerto Competition Winners Concert 3pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance w/ music by Frivolity 6:30-9:30pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 264-9433 Bharata School of Indian Dance & Music presents: Bharata Utsav 2013 featuring Rhythm of the Bells 3:30pm

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY CHILDREN’S CENTER 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Family Fun Story Time: Food 1:302:15pm *Ages 3+ 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

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-0490/ JewishRochester.org Holocaust Commemoration Program 4pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Fly Me to the Moon 2:15pm & 4:15pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3:15pm

Sports

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings Home Opener vs. Buffalo Bisons 1:05pm BASKETBALL Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, www. razorsharks.com Rochester Razorsharks vs. Lansing Capitals 2:05pm ORIENTEERING Durand Eastman Park, Rotary Cabin@CampEastmanroc. us.orienteering.org Rochester Orienteering Club Meet 12noon-2pm starts

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TUESDAY–FRIDAY 4:00–6:00pm 1/2 Price Apps

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

WEDNESDAY APRIL 10

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 1 & 6:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 3pm

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DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 My Gal Patsy 3pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -The Whipping Man 2 & 7pm -No Child... (The Nextstage) 3pm JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 JCC CenterStage & Rochester Children’s Theatre present: Moses Man: A Musical Journey of a Holocaust Survivor 2pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, esm.rochester.edu/ concerts/tickets Eastman Opera Theatre: Kurt Weill’s “Street Scene” 2pm

MONDAY APRIL

8

CLUBS

Americana

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

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

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TUESDAY

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Open Mic w/ Amanda Ashley

CONCERT

BOP SHOP RECORDS 1460 Monroe Ave, 271-3354 “25 Years of Live Jazz Celebration” featuring Paul Smoker, Vinny Golia, Phil Haynes, Adam Lane w/ Adam Caine & Mike Kaupa 6pm EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Eastman Faculty Artist Series: Bill Dobbins, piano 8pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Musica Nova, w/ Guest Composer, Hans Abrahamsen 8pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Monday Kicks for Ages 2 to 6: Wizards & Dragons 10am-2pm

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9

CLUBS

Acoustic

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

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Waylon Speed w/ The Mighty High & Dry, TBA 8pm

Bluegrass/Country

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

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Comedy

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy Night 8pm

WEDNESDAY APRIL

Indie Rock

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 IAmDynamite w/ Virgin Marys 7pm

Jazz

LOVINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 BopShop/Bop Arts 25 Years of Live Jazz Celebration featuring The Engines 8pm

Pink Ribbon Run Walk

Karaoke

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Nik Entertainment 10pm

Rock

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Giving Tree Band 9pm

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CONCERT

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Percussion Ensemble 8pm

DANCE

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

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -The Whipping Man 6pm -No Child... (The Nextstage) 7pm

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Acoustic

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 John McConnell 9pm NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 1st Anniversary â&#x20AC;&#x153;Guitars & Starsâ&#x20AC;? Party - Acoustic Happy Hour 4-6pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Diarrhea Planet w/ Big Brain & The Drug Cartel, Chika & The Wolves & The Tabs 8pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Traditional Irish Session w/ Cathy & Lynn 7-9pm

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

Open Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Abilene Pro-Am Jam hosted by Chris â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hollywoodâ&#x20AC;? English 9:30pm

Poetry

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

CONCERTS

EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSICâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 454-2100 JACK Quartet 8pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Live from Hochsteinâ&#x20AC;? Concert & Broadcast featuring The Nance Family 12:10-12:50pm

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DANCE

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

SHOWS

“A Perfect ends!” ri F h t i W t u O Night

FLCC HONORS HOUSE 4340 Lakeshore Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1367 “Honoring the Muse” with Alumni Writers 7pm

CAP’s SUMMER DART LEAGUE!

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

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SPORTS

HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Senior Sojourn (Easy Pace) 9:3010:30am

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 2 & 7:30pm

THURSDAY APRIL

11

CLUBS

Acoustic

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

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Soupcans w/ Buckets & Limeworks 7:30pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Nightfall

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Kevin Bozeman 7:30pm

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

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Funk/Jazz

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 AudioInflux w/ Consider The Source 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Peg Dolan 7-10pm

Jam Rock

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Our Friends Band 9pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Djangoners 7:30-9:30pm MONROE’S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm

Rock JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB

1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Blues Poseurs - Foodlink Benefit 6pm

CONCERTS

KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Jazz Lab Band 8pm

DANCE

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

SHOWS

GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 “Focus 45” Lunchtime Lecture 12:151pm

Karaoke

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

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

R. THOMAS FLYNN CAMPUS CENTER Mcc Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 Yom Hashoah Commemoration 9:30am-3:30pm

SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

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

New Orleans Circus Rock ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Dirty Bourbon River Show - Catholic Family Center Benefit 9pm

Open Mic

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Open Mic with Mike Herrman

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 7pm FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 The Importance of Being Earnest 7:30pm

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GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child... (The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man 7:30pm

FRIDAY APRIL

12

CLUBS

Acoustic

TANDOOR 396 Jefferson Rd, 427-7080 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Alt-Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 abilenebarandlounge.com Shane Sweeney 8:30pm (upstairs)

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Instead of Sleeping w/ Silverfish, Alberto Alaska, The September Campaign, There I Say Is Lightning 8pm

Americana

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Ryan Montbleau Band w/ Jesse Dee, MoChester, Ben & Fran of Friday in America 8pm

Bluegrass

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Ruff Alley Rounders 6-9pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Cold Sweat

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April 3 - April 17, 2013 FREETIME THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 John Weyl & Deep Blue THE BOARDWALK INN 48 Merchants St, Brockport, 3913712 Mama Hart Band 9:30pm SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 Dan Schmitt & The Shadows

Blues/Americana

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Pale Green Stars 9:30pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Kevin Bozeman 7:30 & 10pm

Electronic/Experimental

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Dream Girls Record Release Party w/ Ian Downey Is Famous 10pm

Experimental/Jam

R&B

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Fat City 9pm

Reggae/World Rock

Rochester

THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Burn Unit & 390 MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Infrared Radiation Orchestra 8pm NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Divided By Zero 9pm

CONCERTS

GENESEE CENTER FOR THE ARTS, GCC One College Rd, Batavia, 345-6814 Beata Golec, piano - “Embracing and Enjoying Modernity” 7pm

Funk/Jazz

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: “The Music of Stan Kenton, The Artistry of Tony DeSare” 8pm

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Rapper Mike P w/ Fresh Kids, Malicious Intent 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 CCE 2nd Friday Session 5-8pm

Jazz

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, naz.edu/music Nazareth Dept. of Music Symphony Orchestra & Guest Artists - “Alumni Back on Stage!” 7:30pm ST MARY’S CHURCH 15 St Mary’s Place, Downtown Rochester, 275-2828 UR Women’s Chorus & Eastman School of Music Chorus 3pm

SHOWS

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

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8903 Cabaret: “A Night In Paris” 8pm *call for reservations

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

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 4pm

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Blended Soundz w/ DJ Eddie Cain 9pm

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

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KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Composers’ Forum 7pm

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FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 Haewa & Solaris 8pm

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Sports

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

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 8pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 8pm FINGER LAKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE AUDITORIUM 3325 Marvin Sands Dr, Canandaigua, 785-1623 The Importance of Being Earnest 7:30pm GENEVA COMMUNITY CENTER 160 Carter Rd, Geneva, www. gtglive.org Geneva Theatre Guild presents: Over the River and Through the Woods 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 8pm MCC THEATRE, BUILDING 4 Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 Picasso at the Lapin Agile 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players present: Measure for Measure 8pm

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NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth Dept. of Theatre Arts presents: The Threepenny Opera 8pm

SATURDAY APRIL

13

CLUBS

Acoustic

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

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Boname Family Benefit Concert: The Weight We Carry w/ Tugboat, Sports, Alberto Alaska 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Luca Foresta & The Electro Kings THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Imaginary Blues Band LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 8:3010:30pm

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Rock & Blues

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Kevin Bozeman 7:30 & 10pm

Country

CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Country Winds w/ TBA 9:30pm THE JUKEBOX 5435 Ridge Rd, Spencerport, 352-4505 Bordertown NASHVILLES 4853 W. Henrietta Rd, 334-3030 Rebel’s Possee 9pm

DJ

TAYLOR’S 3300 Monroe Ave, 381-3000 DJ Dance Party

Folk/Indie

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Jennie Lowe Stearns & The Fire Choir w/ The Johnny Dowd Band 9:30pm

Hard Rock/Metal

FIREHOUSE SALOON 814 S. Clinton Ave, 319-3832 / The FirehouseSaloon.com Lowkey, All To End, Anchorage Nebraska, Spike 8pm

Indie/Experimental

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Deerhoof w/ People Get Ready, The Demos 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Ted McGraw 5:30-7:30pm

Jam/Rock

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Dark Hollow - Grateful Dead Tribute 10pm

Jazz

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

Known for being high energy and unpredictable, noise pop quartet, Deerhoof play the Club at Water Street, April 13.

CONCERTS

GREECE BAPTIST CHURCH 1230 Long Pond Rd, 328-3103/ heartlandconcerts.org Sultans of String 8pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 -Lotte Lenya Competition 11am -Lotte Lenya Competition Evening Concert 8pm

Karaoke

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

Metal

MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Order of the Dead w/ Sephlophile, Disfigured Dead, Dawn of the Apocalypse 8pm

Progressive Rock

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Mazarine Blue

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ARIGATO 2720 W. Henrietta Rd, 292-1111 Mochester 7pm THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Catch 22 JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Brothers from Other Mothers 8pm THE LANDING 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 4257490 Dog House 9:30pm NOLA’S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 Cherry Bomb 9pm PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Springer 10pm SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & GRILL 1226 Fairport Rd, 385-9777 Download 10pm WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd., 392-3489 Ozone 9pm-1am

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KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra: “The Music of Stan Kenton, The Artistry of Tony DeSare” 8pm ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC-Community Orchestra 7:30pm

KIDS

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 -“Game Time!” Opening Weekend Celebration 11am-4pm -”The Kingdom of Grimm” 11:30am & 1:30pm

SHOWS

GENESEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE One College Rd, Batavia, 637-3984 Cool Kids Eco-Fest 10am-2pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, 232-3221 Life in Color Rebirth Tour w/ Sander Van Doorn 7pm 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 -Radiohead Laser 9:30pm

Sports

BASKETBALL Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, www. razorsharks.com Rochester Razorsharks vs. West Virginia Miners 7:05pm HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Serendipity Walk (Moderate Pace) 9:30-11:30am

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 2 & 8pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 8pm

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Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Hostage Calm w/ Turnover, Storm the Bay, Gunnar Stahl 7:30pm

Blues

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

Celtic

TEMPLE BAR & GRILLE 109 East Ave, 232-6000 Dave North 7-11pm

Karaoke

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

Progressive Rock

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Going For The One 7pm

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McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Dinner & Movie Night: “Once” 4-9:30pm *reservations req’d

CONCERTS

BETHANY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3000 Dewey Ave, 663-3000/ agorochester.org EROI Community Organ Concert 2:30pm EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC’S Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Faculty Artist Series: Jan Opalach, bass-baritone 3pm EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 1130 Webster Rd, Webster, 8722281/agorochester.org EROI Community Organ Concert 4pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale: Yung-Yung Elsa Lee, piano 3pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 454-2100 Action for a Better Community Benefit Concert featuring Jessye Norman 5pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 703-3990/ PegasusEarlyMusic.org Pegasus Early Music presents: Zappa & Zappa 4pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY, FOUNTAIN COURT 500 University Ave, 276-8900 “Going for Baroque” Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm PENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 25 High School Dr., Penfield, 2495732 Robert DeMott Memorial Vocal Music Scholarship Concert feat. George DeMott 2pm

RMSC 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Culture & Community Sundays Program featuring The RIT/NTID Dance Company: Astrodance 11:15am-12:45pm

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KIDS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-2100 RPO OrKIDStra Series: “The Remarkable Farkle McBride” 2pm

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SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 3pm ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH 869 N. Clinton Ave, 325-4041 Gothic Cathedral Tour 2pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 1 & 6:30pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 33 Variations 2pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 City Lights 3pm GENEVA COMMUNITY CENTER 160 Carter Rd, Geneva, www. gtglive.org Geneva Theatre Guild presents: Over the River and Through the Woods 2pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA The Whipping Man 2pm (Sunday Salon) & 7pm MCC THEATRE, BUILDING 4 Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 Picasso at the Lapin Agile 2pm

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McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Slower Session / Waltzes, Jigs & Reels 6-9pm

Karaoke

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

Open Mic

THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Open Mic w/ Amanda Ashley

Pop

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Dolfish w/ Cottage Jefferson and Jenna Giuliani

CONCERT

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Acoustic

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Don Christiano-The Beatles Unplugged w/ Special Guest Steve Piper 8-10pm THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Teagan Ward 7-10pm

Bluegrass/Country

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

Blues

ROBERTS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Cultural Life Center, 2301 Westside Dr, 594-6008 RWC Chorale 2pm

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org RCP Shakespeare Players presents: Measure for Measure 2pm

JCC HART THEATER 1200 Edgewood Ave, jccrochester. org Roger McGuinn 7:30pm

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

SUNY GENESEO Wadsworth Auditorium, 245-5824 Greater Buffalo Youth Orchestra & Fairport Polyphonic Choir: “Carmina Burana” 3pm

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Nazareth Dept. of Theatre Arts presents: The Threepenny Opera 2pm

KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman School Symphony Orchestra 8pm

Comedy

U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Lower Strong Auditorium, 2759898 Skalny Center Concert: Celebration of Polish Composer Krzystof Penderecki 3pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance (Experienced) w/ music by Barb Seppeler & Laurie Williams 6:30-9:30pm

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SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Scranton/ WB Yankees 7:05pm

Americana

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

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ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Open Mic Comedy Night 8pm

Jam

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Roc City Pro Jam 9pm

Show

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

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EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Intensive Chamber Music 7pm TEMPLE Bâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;RITH KODESH 2131 Elmwood Ave, 461-0490 Israel @ 65 Celebration Concert featuring Saul Kaye 7pm

DANCE

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

SHOWS

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Scranton/ WB Yankees 7:05pm

THEATRE

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

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

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Irish

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7pm

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 CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Pure Kona Poetry Reading 7-10pm

Show

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com â&#x20AC;&#x153;Art of Expression 2â&#x20AC;? Poetry & Spoken Word Night to benefit the Mocha Center 6-9pm

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Live from Hochsteinâ&#x20AC;? Concert & Broadcast featuring The Chroma Piano Trio 12:10-12:50pm KODAK HALL AT EASTMAN THEATRE 60 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Eastman Wind Orchestra 8pm U OF R RIVER CAMPUS Lower Strong Auditorium, 2752828 UR Chamber Ensembles 8pm

DANCE

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

SHOWS

Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Scranton/ WB Yankees 7:05pm

THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 Wicked 7:30pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -No Child... (The Nextstage) 7pm -The Whipping Man 7:30pm

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