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coming to town Harper • Heather Maloney • Tristan Omand • Marshall Tucker Band • Vinnie and Carmine Appice • 50 Shades! The Musical • Turkuaz • Rusted Root • Phil Laeger • Jim Avett, • Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco w/Demijohn • New Found Glory w/ Cartel & Living with Lions • The Smithereens • Phil Vassar • Family FUNKtion & The Sitar Jams • The Lone Bellow & The Prickers • Dark Star Orchestra • The Uv Race • Brendan Nolan • The Campbell Brother • Bob Wayne & The Outlaw Carnies • Mixtapes w/Masked Intruder • Laura Thurston • Nikki Hill • Mickey Hart Band w/The African Showboy • Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys • Miss Tess & The Talkbacks w/Thomas Byran Eaton • Hollywood Undead w/Falling in Reverse, Stellar Corpses & Beware of Darkness • Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic • Steve Lippia w/RPO • Alkaline Trio w/Bayside & Off With Their Heads • Black Rock Zydeco • Ice Nine Kills • Falling Hollywood • Project Pitchfork w/Ayria

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Dinosaur BBQ | May 15 An innovative singer/songwriter and harmonica virtuoso, Harper has been described as “the Jimi Hendrix of the harmonica” and is noted for his dynamic live show. Part harmonica wizard and part rhythmic explorer, Harper is a fiery artist who blurs the lines between rock, blues, soul and world music. He’s known for his huge soulful vocals, as well as for his use of the didgeridoo, an indigenous wind instrument of his native Australia, which gives Harper a distinctive sound entirely his own. One of Australia’s leading session vocalists and harp players, Harper received the “Male Vocalist of the Year” and “Song of the Year” titles from the Australian Blues Music Awards.

Heather Maloney

Abilene Bar & Lounge | May 15 Massachusetts-based indie folk rocker and multi-instrumentalist, Heather Maloney, tours in support of a recently released selftitled CD on Signature Sounds, the follow-up to Cozy Razor’s Edge. Heather is trained in traditional operatic, classical Indian, and jazz vocals and has been influenced by such artists as Joni Mitchell, Feist, Bob Dylan, Ravi Shankhar and Tracy Chapman.

Tristan Omand

Bug Jar | May 15 The singer/songwriter Tristan Omand performs folk and Americana music. Hailing from Manchester NH, Tristan tours in support of his album, Wandering Time.

with Jeff Beck in the power trio, Beck-Bogert-Appice. He’s also worked with Rod Stewart, co-writing such hits as “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?” and “Young Turks.” Carmine is a member of the Hollywood Rock Walk of Fame and was named Best Rock Drummer by Modern Drummer. Editor’s Note – An Instore Meet and Greet with the Appice brothers is scheduled at 7 p.m., after the show, at House of Guitars, 645 Titus Avenue. Cameras and autographs are welcome. (585544-3500)

50 Shades! The Musical

Auditorium Theatre | May 16 Two-time Grammy winner and legendary Grateful Dead member, Mickey Hart keeps the After selling out in Chicago and vibe going, performing with his band, and special guests The African Showboyz from New York, the run away hit from Ghana, May 23 at Water Street Music Hall. the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 50 Shades: The Musical stops in Rochester. The “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy parody is a sexy, hilarious romp – a laugh out loud evening of theatre for those over the age of 18! Pineapple Jacks | May 15 Billed as “Drum Wars with Vinny Appice & Carmine ApHighland Park | May 15 pice,” this special show will Water St. Music Hall | May 16 One of the foremost U. S. feature the music of these two Based in Brooklyn, the power Souther n Rock groups since greats – the songs that made funk act Turkuaz features Dave the 1970s, the Marshall Tucker the brothers famous. Vinny is Brandwein, Taylor Shell, Craig Band is a hardworking band of known for his years performBrodhead, Michelangelo Carubba, artists, perfor ming some 150 ing/recording with such stellar Josh Schwartz, Greg Sanderson, shows a year. Called “one of groups as Black Sabbath, Heaven Chris Brouwers, Stephen Malsouthern rock’s most venerable & Hell, Dio, and Rick Derringer. inowski, Geneva Williams and institutions” by the L A Times, He, of course, also works with a Sammi Garett. The group formed they’ve earned multiple gold and multitude of other acts, recently in Boston in 2008, playing their platinum albums during their recording with War & Peace and first show at the Berklee Perforcareer, and have scored hit singles Kill Devil Hill...Carmine rose to mance Center to rave reviews. including “Fire On The Mounfame as the drummer for Vanilla They have multiple cross-country tain,” “Can’t You See,” “Heard It Fudge, also contributing backtours and two albums to their In A Love Song,” and “Take The ground vocals along with bassist credit – Zerbert and Live @ SouthHighway.” Their most recent CD Tim Bogert. Together, they left VF paw. is Live! From Spartanburg, South and formed Cactus with vocalist Carolina. Rusty Day; and later joined forces

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Lilac Fest – Rusted Root

Highland Park | May 16 Rusted Root has built a very loyal following on the strength of their live shows which combine the band’s hypnotic rhythms and percussion jams with infectious harmonics and explosive energy. The group’s albums include Cruel Sun, When I Woke featuring “Send Me On My Way,” Re me mbe r, Rusted Root, Welcome To My Party,

CD, Second Chance, guitarist Jim Avett began his musical career in 2008 with the release of the gospel album, Jim Avett and Family featuring his children, Bonnie, Scott and Seth. Next he put out Tribes, a collection of original tunes ranging from love ballads to lighthearted ones to critical and popular acclaim...Featuring three former members of Donna the Buffalo, Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco is a band deeply influenced by Preston, the father of Keith Frank (one of the top Zydeco performers in Louisiana

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Phil Laeger

Salvation Army, Canandaigua | May 16 Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Phil Laeger has been playing piano and composing since he was a youngster; with many of his songs used in worship throughout the world including “I Surrender,” “I’m In His Hands,” “A Mighty Fortress” and “Send the Fire!” His new album is titled Return.

Jim Avett and Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco w/Demijohn

Abilene Bar & Lounge | May 16

Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco w/Demijohn

Harmony House | May 18 Touring in support of a new

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New Found Glory

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Water St. Music Hall | May 17 Coral Springs, Florida’s New Found Glory blends equal parts hardcore, emo, and rock to create their own unique sound. The five-piece has seven releases to their credit including the latest, Radiosurgery. Renowned for their energetic live shows, NFG has toured with the Warped Tour, as well as with the likes of Blink 182, MxPx, the Get Up Kids and more...Cartel hit it big in 2006, seeing huge success with their debut album, Chroma, and the single, “Honestly.” The Atlanta-based quintet next released the highly anticipated sophomore album, CARTEL, which was soon followed by Cycles. They now tour in support of their latest, Collider... Vancouver’s Living With Lions was formed in 2007, releasing a debut full length, Make Your Mark in 2008. The punk rockers had

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a hit with the single, â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Bottle of Charades,â&#x20AC;? and by 2010 they were included in Alternative Pressâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 100 Bands to Know for 2010. Their latest is Holy Shit.

Lilac Fest - The Smithereens

Highland Park | May 17 Formed in 1980, The Smithereens perfor m catchy â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;60sinf luenced power pop. Their music has been featured in film (Dangerously Close, Class of Nuke

bining their love of rock and funk with Indian, classical and folk. Releases include Karma Print.

Lilac Fest â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Lone Bellow & The Prickers

Highland Park | May 18 Zach Williams, Kanene Pipkin and Brian Elmquist are The Lone Bellow. This Brooklyn-based act has earned acclaimed with their

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Pelicanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nest | May 17 Singer/songwriter Phil Vassar is one our countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading piano-men, with hits that include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just Another Day in Paradiseâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Six-Pack Summer.â&#x20AC;? Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been named ASCAPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Songwriterâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Writer/Artist of the Yearâ&#x20AC;? multiple times, and he was the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Top New Male Vocalist of the Yearâ&#x20AC;? in 2002 according to the Academy of Country Music. Hits include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Carlene,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Six-Pack Summer,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s When I Love Youâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just Another Day in Paradise.â&#x20AC;? Recent releases include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Get Together,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Miss Your Lifeâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Love Is Alive.â&#x20AC;?

Family FUNKtion & The Sitar Jams

Abilene Bar & Lounge | May 18 Family FUNKtion & The Sitar Jams is comprised of a group of brothers who have created a new psychedelic sound by com-

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impressive live shows, touring across the country with The Civil Wars. They describe themselves as an â&#x20AC;&#x153;urban tribe,â&#x20AC;? more than just fellow musicians. Their self titled debut album was released this year on Descendant Records... Headlining the evening is a performance by The Prickers who hail from Naples and play â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cluster Folk,â&#x20AC;? music that has its roots in every corner of the musical garden.

Dark Star Orchestra

Water St. Music Hall | May 19 Using entire set lists from the Greatful Deadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decades of touring as a launching pad, Dark Star Orchestra recreates their performances - song-for-song. Frontman Jeff Mattson portrays Jerry Garcia these days since their original lead vocalist/guitarist, John Kadlecik, was recruited by Grateful Dead founding members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir to join their band, Furthur. Mattson is joined by DSO members Lisa Mackey, Dino English, Rob Koritz, Rob Eaton, Rob Barraco and Kevin Rosen in one of his last performances before retiring on June 1. Having now presented over 2,000 performances, the band has toured throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan.

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Brendan Nolan

McGrawâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Irish Pub | May 19 Irish singer/songwriter/guitarist Brendan Nolan tours in support of his 6th solo CD, Song Brook. Born and raised just north of Dublin, Ireland, Nolan moved to Canada in the late 70s. He

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Highland Park | May 19 The Campbell Brothers have been performing their music from sanctuary to concert hall on a national basis for two decades now, allowing secular audiences a chance to appreciate music both devoted and rocking. Pedal steel guitarist Chuck Campbell and his lap steel-playing brother Darick are two of the finest in the tradition. Rounding out the band is brother Phil Campbell on electric guitar and his son Carlton on drums; with Katie Jackson on vocals.

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Dinosaur BBQ | May 22 Vocalist Nikki Hill has earned a reputation as a fireball, the kind of performer that when you catch her act you find yourself asking, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Why havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t I heard about her before?â&#x20AC;? The blues queen from Durham NC began her singing career at church before heading to Chapel Hill where she was introduced to a variety of styles; eventually settling into rhythm â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;n blues/roots rock when she joined forces with her guitar-playing husband, Matt.

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Lovinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cup | May 24 Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve come to know Miss Tess

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Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic

Abilene Bar & Lounge | May 24 In celebration of Bob Dylanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birthday, the tribute act known as the Robert Zimmerman Philharmonic performs songs from all the Dylan eras with a heavy inspiration from 1974â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Blood on the Tracks and 1997â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Time Out Of Mind.

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Kodak Hall @ Eastman Theatre | May 24 & 25 In a tribute to old blue eyes, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Steve Lippia Sings Sinatraâ&#x20AC;? with our Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra under the leadership of Jeff Tyzik. Lippia has headlined in highly successful, extended engagements in Las Vegas and Atlantic City; and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performed to sold-out audiences with major symphonies across North America. At the legendary Birdland Jazz Club in New York City, Lippia played to a sold-out crowd, backed by the Nelson Riddle and Woody Her man Orchestras. He also performed in a highly successful European Jazz Festival Tour that resulted in a nationally televised special on Finnish TV.

Alkaline Trio

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Water St. Music Hall | May 25 The punk rock band Alkaline Trio is made up of Dan Andriano (vocals/bass), Derek Grant (drums) and Matt Skiba (vocals/ guitar). Early releases like Goddamnit, Maybe Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Catch Fire, and From Here To Infirmary earned the group loyal fans; and soon the band found itself on the Warped Tour with Blink-182. Alkaline Trioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2003 album, Good Mourning, was considered by many to be one of their most accomplished works. It was followed by Crimson, Agony & Irony, This Addiction, and Damnesia. They now tour in support of My Shame is True and the EP, Broken Wing... Out of Queens NY comes the rock band, Bayside. The group is based on the soaring vocals of Anthony

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Black Rock Zydeco

Abilene Bar & Lounge | May 25 Ron Kowalewski, Tim Gettings, Tom LaChiusa and Whatley are Black Rock Zydeco. The Cajun/ Creole act delivers infectious rhythms spiked with Louisiana funk and jazz. Their song, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Two Step Gorilla,â&#x20AC;? was named â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Song of the Dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by The Good Neighborhood; and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Mess With My Toot Tootâ&#x20AC;? is wining fans on Youtube.

Ice Nine Kills

Club @ Water St. | May 25 With epic choruses, jazz-like interludes, and an unmatched sense for brutality, Ice Nine Kills CDs include The Burning Has Begun and Safe Is Just A Shadow. The hardcore metal band from Boston recently self-released an EP, The Predator. The act is fronted by Spencer Charnas and features Just JD deBlieck, Juston Morrow, Conor Sullivan and Steve Koch.

Falling Hollywood

Lovinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Cup | May 25 Playing a mix of folk rock. Alternative and indie rock, Falling Hollywood hails from Erie PA and features Nick Taylor on vocals/guitar, Matt Flowers on vocals/guitar, Bill Frackowiak on bass and Brad Triana on drums. ERI Jams says of the act, â&#x20AC;&#x153;what Indie and Alternative Rock should be...innovative style with diversity and intensity.â&#x20AC;?...Rochesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; roll/soul band, Driftwood Sailors also perform, taking the stage at 11 p.m.

Project Pitchfork w/Ayria

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Dance Rochester City Ballet On May 17, 18 & 19, the Rochester City Ballet will celebrate 25 years of bringing contemporary ballet to our area with a program called Past, Present & Future in the Callahan Theater of Nazareth College Arts Center, 4245 East Avenue. The show will feature Jamey Leverett’s excerpts from “4Play,” “LumaVoice,” and “A Common Thread” along with a new piece from guest choreographer Bill

Evans, and George Balanchine’s “Serenade. Call (585) 461-5850. Draper Dance Benefit The Timothy M. Draper Center for Dance Education will present its third annual benefit performance as part of its “Keep Families Dancing” campaign on May 24 at Nazareth College Arts Center, 4245 East Avenue. The show will include contemporary, jazz, lyrical, modern and ballet pieces, showcasing choreography by Artistic Director Jamey Leverett, Competition Director Stefanie Cheshire, and other faculty members. Call (585) 461-2100. National Tap Dance Day The Hochstein School of Music & Dance will commemorate National Tap Dance Day on May 18 with a series of workshops and a performance dubbed, “Musical Feet: Tap as an American Art Form.” As part of this event, a lecture/demonstration is planned that will include performances of Irish Jig, Spanish Dance, African Drumming, Vaudeville, the Jazz Age, MGM Musicals, the Harlem Renaissance, and much more. Call (585) 454-4596...And at Tango CafÈ, 389 Gregory Street, there will be live music and a tap dance jam session from 2 to 4:30 p.m. on May 19, hosted by Cheryl Johnson. Call (585) 766-2750. Rochester’s resident purveyors of Gilbert & Sullivan, the Off-Monroe Players bring Utopia, Ltd., Or The Flowers of Progress to the stage, with performances continuing May 17-19. Call 585-232-5570 for ticket information.

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Party with the animals when Seneca Park Zoo kicks off another summer season of ZooBrews, May 24. by Sue Cannon ...Lilac Festival Continues, See Page 22... ...Military Heritage Day, 5/18 @ Genesee Country Museum... ...ZooBrew, 5/24 @ Seneca Park Zoo... •A Collectors’ Show and Tell is planned on May 16 at the Memorial Art Gallery, 500 University Avenue. The event offers you a chance to share any quirky items you’d like to learn more about; and is held in conjunction with the exhibition, “It Came from the Vault.” Call (585) 276-8970. •On May 17, the Victor Food & Brew Fest runs from 6 to 9 p.m. at Ravenwood Golf Club, 929 Lynough Road in Victor. There will be a home brewing demonstration by Upstate NY Home Brewers; gourmet food pairings; and more. Visit www. victorchamber.com. •A Civil War Encampment, Living Histor y and Battle Reenactments featuring Union, Confederate and Civilian participants will all be part of Fire on the Genesee events taking place May 17 thru 19 in the Highbanks Recreation Area of Letchworth State Park in Castile NY. Call (585) 493-3600. •Check out two stamp shows under one roof at the Main Street Armory, 900 East Main Street, on May 17 thru 19. Sponsored by the Rochester Philatelic Society, the ROPEX/NTSS 2013 National Stamp Shows will feature fifty dealer booths from across the country selling and buying stamps, envelopes, postcards and other paper collectibles. There will also be exhibition pages from some of the best collections of the U.S. and Canada including the “Inverted Jenny.” Call (585) 752-6178.

•On May 18, the Community Wide Garage Sale in Palmyra will offer just about everything for you to browse through – clothes, household items, crafts and more – in the Palmyra NY Village Park. Call (585) 597-4849. •The 2013 Finger Lakes Celtic Festival is planned for May 18 at 4925 Collett Road in Shortsville NY. The unique family friendly event will feature Pipe Bands, Dancers, Highland Games, Clans and Historical Groups, Food, Entertainment, Games and more. There will be Celtic crafts and exhibits, athletic competitions, hourly performances and many vendors. Visit http://flcelticfest. webs.com for details. •You can buy perennials and woody plants – each grown from seeds, divisions, cuttings and offshoots of the George Eastman House gardens – on May 18. The Eastman House Spring Plant Sale will be held at the rear entrance to the museum on University Avenue. Call (585) 271-3361. •On May 18, a special tour of Mt. Hope Cemetery is planned, titled Searching Among the Stones. During this tour, you are invited to explore a small section of Mt. Hope as a family group, and construct a time line to place the cemetery’s age in relation to other historical events. Call (585) 461-3494. •Webster Fireman’s Field at 191 W. Main Street will be the site of a fundraising event called Spring Thing – Widows Sons on May 18. The event raises funds for Shriner’s Hospital and St. Joseph’s Villa of Hope. There will plenty of live music featuring the 80’s music revolution band, Hall Pass, and special guest Lou Gramm – great food vendors, a silent auction, dice run, kid’s activities and more! Call (585) 752-2650.

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â&#x20AC;˘The Finger Lakes Metal Fest is scheduled for May 18 at 10257 Rt. 31 in Clyde NY. The free event promises â&#x20AC;&#x153;all the metal you can handle in one day!â&#x20AC;? There will be continuous music from seventeen regional metal acts, plenty of food, camping, even bowling! Call (315) 331-0235. â&#x20AC;˘At Genesee Country Village & Museum in Mumford, May 18 is set aside as Military Heritage Day. Visitors can explore Western New Yorkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s involvement in the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s various conflicts through displays of antique weapons and vehicles, firearm demonstrations, music, and talks by experts on the

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Genesee Country Village & Museum salutes our military heritage with special presentations and exhibits, May 18. military history of our region... The following day, on May 19, Red Day will be held. Red is a symbol of energy, excitement, strength, passion, danger and aggression. See how the village is transformed by a â&#x20AC;&#x153;vision of red.â&#x20AC;? Call (585) 538-6822. â&#x20AC;˘Trolleys and Diesels at Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum and New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road, will celebrate their joint season opening on May 19. A combined ride will link the two operations and offer a unique two-mile round trip interurban trolley excursion that connects to a diesel train. Call (585) 533-1113 for details. â&#x20AC;˘On May 19, a Bird Watcher Tour of Mt. Hope Cemetery is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Meet at the North Gatehouse and join Genesee Valley Audubon Society members as they seek out migratory birds. Call (585) 461-3494. â&#x20AC;˘Starting at 1 p.m., the Henrietta Memorial Day Parade leaves from Rush-Henrietta Senior High School, heading to Veterans Memorial Park. A memorial service immediately follows the May 19 event. Call (585) 359-7054. â&#x20AC;˘The Lehigh Valley Railroad Historical Society Station Museum at 8 East High Street in Shortsville NY will hold a Railroad Museum Open House on May 19. Discover a large collection of historical artifacts on display and browse their gift shop. Call (585)

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and more. There will even be cake available! Events are held around the museum area. Call (585) 4933600. â&#x20AC;˘The Archery Field near the Castile entrance of Letchworth State Park will be the launch site of the annual Red, White and Blue Balloon Rally. The event, which runs May 22 thru 27, features six massed balloon flights Friday, Saturday & Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m., and Saturday, Sunday and Monday morning at 6 a.m. Visit www.balloonsoverletchworth.com. â&#x20AC;˘Running May 23 thru 26 this year is the 9th annual Sterling Stage Folkfest featuring Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad and over thirty other bands. Tent camping is part of your ticket price! The festival takes place at the Sterling Stage Kampitheater, 274 Kent Road in Sterling NY. Call (818) 212-9489; or visit www. sterlingstage.com. â&#x20AC;˘The May ZooBrew is scheduled for May 24 at Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul St. These popular adult (21 & over) events will be held throughout the summer. This one features live music by Steve Grills and the Roadmasters and Dog House. Call (585) 3367200. â&#x20AC;˘A Communit y Event a t CMAC is planned on May 24 at the Constellation Brands Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center in Canandaigua. At this kickoff to the 2013 CMAC season, there

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•Food Truck Rodeo Events are planned this season at the Rochester Public Market, 280 N. Union Street. On May 29 there will be music by Miles Watts & The Brothers from Other Mothers, Out of the Blue performs on June 26, July 31 features the music of Mr. Mustard, The Front perform on August 28, and on September 25 The Coupe de Villes play. In addition to the music, these events offer our community’s eclectic array of mobile food stands for you to sample – vendors like Le Petite Poutine, The Sammich Guy, Cheese & Confused, Potatoes to Go and others. Call (585) 4286907.

by Sue Cannon It’s been great so far, hasn’t it? The flowers, the food, the entertainment...it doesn’t get much better than this! Best of all, it’s not over yet! The festival continues in Highland Park thru May 19. There’s still plenty of musical entertainment planned each day and every night on the Main Stage along with Wine & Chocolate events; Arts & Crafts; Demonstrations; a Road Race and more. Offering fun for all ages, the youngsters are loving the Kid Power area open every day with entertainment, rides and special activities; and the Craft Beer Garden – also open daily - has proven to be a hot spot for those of us who just love local/regional brews! We’ve outlined highlights remaining in this year’s event below. If you’re like most Rochesterians (or one of our seasonal visitors), you’ve been enjoying the Festival for several days already.

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•School bands perform on the Main Stage with the first act taking the stage at 10:30 a.m. and the last staring at 1 p.m...Afternoon/ evening performances feature The Moho Collective at 4 p.m., The Lawnmowers at 5:30 p.m. and Rusted Root at 7 p.m. •There will be Wine & Chocolate Tasting under the big tent, where you can sample more than 150 local, regional and national wines from 30 vineyards while Paradigm Shift plays jazz music.

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•School bands perform on the Main Stage at 10:30 and 11 a.m... Afternoon/evening shows open with Mikaela Davis at 4 p.m. followed by the Brian Lindsay Band at 5:30 p.m. An evening headline show will be given by The Smithereens at 7 p.m.

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•More than 130 artists will exhibit on the South Avenue Green as part of this year’s Art In The Park Show, offering everything from ceramics and glass to jewelry and sculpture from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. •The Main Stage opens at 11:30 a.m. with the Teressa Wilcox Band, followed by The Fools. At 2 p.m., The Crawdiddies perform, Driftwood plays at 3:30, The Lone Bellow at 5:30 and The Prickers at 7 p.m.

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â&#x20AC;˘Bring your preschoolers to get in on the fun May 17, 18 & 19 at the Medina Railroad Museum, 530 West Avenue in Medina NY. Thomas the Tank Engine will stop at the museum as part of THE GO GO THOMAS TOUR, 2013. The ride is about 25minutes long; and kids can meet Sir Topham Hatt and visit the Thomas & Friends Imagination Station. Call (585) 798-6106. â&#x20AC;˘The annual KIDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TROUT FISHING DERBY, sponsored by Pittsford Rotary, is planned on May 18. Various age groups can participate; and there will be fish hatchery tours and refreshments. Visit pittsfordrotaryclub.org. â&#x20AC;˘On May 18, the FINGER LAKES REGIONAL INVENTION CONVENTION, featuring the 100 best ideas from young inventors between the ages of 5 and 14, will be on display at our Rochester Museum & Science Center, 657 East Avenue. Call (585) 697-1942. â&#x20AC;˘WORLD TURTLE DAY is celebrated at the Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul Street, on May 18 with talks by zookeepers, crafts, a scavenger hunt, face painting and more. Also on that day, you can join staff in a â&#x20AC;&#x153;Happy Birthdayâ&#x20AC;? song (2 p.m.) at the Amur Tiger Exhibit and watch as Anastasia and Katya receive treats for their special day! Call (585) 336-7200. â&#x20AC;˘Kids can meet Olivia, the lovable piglet on May 18 & 19 during a LITERATURE LIVE presentation at Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square. Call (585) 263-2700. â&#x20AC;˘Michael Butterman and Jenifer Carsillo conduct the next OrKIDStra Series concer t in Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 N. Plymouth Avenue, on May 19. For this one, Eudora Weltyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charming childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book, EUDORAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FABLE: THE SHOE BIRD is set to music by former RPO conductor Samuel Jones.

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Enjoy a visit with Sir Topham Hatt during “A Day Out With Thomas” at Medina Railroad Museum, May 17-19. Call (585) 454-7311. •The TODDLER BOOK CLUB meetings for May at Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, have been centered on “Color Me Happy.” The final session, held on May 20, features the reading of a classic children’s tale as well as music and movement. Call (585) 2632700. •On May 20, the touring production of THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS by the Dallas Children’s Theatre will be presented at the Smith Opera House, 82 Seneca Street in Geneva. Adapted for the book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith, the play finds A. Wolf finally getting to tell his side of the story; and the audience then will determine the ending of the play! This rock, hiphop musical promises to blow the hair off your chinny-chin-chin! Call (315) 781-5483. •The 32 winners in the RBTL STARS OF TOMORROW competition in the leading male and

female categories will compete in an American Idol-type competition at the Auditorium Theatre on May 23 with one male and female being chosen to compete in the national competition. Call (585) 222-5000 for details. •Kids can explore an out-ofthis-world display celebrating Star Wars action figures starting May 25 at Strong National Museum of Play, One Manhattan Square, during the STAR WARS DISPLAY OPENING. The exhibit pays homage to the 2012 National Toy Hall of Fame inductee and includes toy vehicles, play sets and examples from a collection assembled by Fon Davis. Call (585) 263-2700. •A free LEARN TO CATCH A FISH FAMILY PICNIC is scheduled on May 25 at the Trailside Lodge in Letchworth State Park, Castile NY. The carnival-style event features games, activities, workshops, fishing and lunch. Call (585) 493-3600.

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PEPSI MAX MLB FIELD OF DREAMS GAME For the second year, Pepsi MAX will host the largest gathering of Major League Baseball legends at the 2013 Pepsi MAX MLB Field of Dreams Game â&#x20AC;&#x201C; played this season right here in Rochester on Saturday, May 18 at Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way. The event features an American League vs. National League match-up with MLB legends and the consumer winners from the Pepsi MAX MLB Field of Dreams promotion. Representing the American League are Wade Boggs, Rickey Henderson, Reggie Jackson, Pedro Martinez and Frank Thomas. The National league will includes Johnny Bench, Trevor Hoffman, Fred McGriff, Mike Schmidt and Ozzie Smith. For tickets and information, visit www.redwingsbaseball.com; or call (585) 4541001. FULL HOME SCHEDULE FOR THE WINGS The Rochester Red Wings are facing the Durham Bulls at Frontier Field, One Mor rie Silver Way, thru Friday, May 17 with games scheduled at 7:05 p.m. each day except Thursday, May 16 when a 3:35 p.m. start is planned. Then, the Charlotte Knights stop in Rochester from May 23 thru 26 with games planned at 7:05 p.m. on Thurs., Fri., and Sat.; and at 1:05 p.m. on Sunday. Next up are four matches against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs on May 27 (1:05 p.m.), May 28 & 29 (7:05 p.m.) and May 30 (11:05 a.m.). Fireworks will light up the sky after the Friday and Saturday night games. For tickets, visit www. rochesterredwings.com; or call (585) 423-WING. RHINOS FACE ORLANDO O u r Rochester Rhinos United Soccer League PRO team will be on their home court at Sahlenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium, 460 Oak Street, on May 18 at 7:05 p.m. for a match against Orlando City. For tickets, visit www.rhinossoccer.com or call (585) 454-KICK.

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RAZOR SHARKS 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 Friday, May 17 to face the Albany Legends at 7:05 p.m. The following week, on Friday, May 24, the Sharks will take on the New Jersey G-Force, also at 7:05 p.m. Later that weekend, the Kankakee Soldiers will be in town for a game against Rochester that starts at 2:05 p.m. on Sunday, May 26. Visit www.razorsharks.com. WNY FLASH vs. CHICAGO On Friday, M a y 24 a t 7:05 p.m., our Western New Yo r k F l a s h National Womensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Soccer League team will take on the Chicago Red Stars in Sahlenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium, 460 Oak Street. Call (585) 454KICK for tickets. ROC CITY THUNDER @ SAHLEN'S STADIUM Rochesterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s indoor arena football team, the Roc City Thunder, will take part in an inter-squad charity 7 on 7 challenge at 4 p.m. on May 26 in Sahlenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium, 460 Oak Street. Visit www.roccitythunder.com for more details. FINGER LAKES STAKES The Finger Lakes Casino and Racetrack at 5857 Rt. 96 in Farmington NY will open its 2013 Stakes Schedule on May 27 with the George W. Barker Handicap, featuring NY Bred 3-year-olds & up. A $50,000 purse is set. Call (585) 742-7300. CHARITY SPORTS â&#x20AC;˘On Monday, May 27, Urology Associates of Rochester will host the 3rd annual Dash for Dad 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Walk starting and finishing at Frontier Field. The event supports the non-profit group, ZERO â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Project to End Prostate Cancer and the Lipson Cancer Center. Call (716) 4913121.

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The Rochester Areaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Smallest Commercial Brewery Just Got Bigger By Mark Tichenor The one-year-old Fairport Brewing Company, which produces its beers one half-barrel at a time, is renovating the old Pure Oil service station at the corner of Fairport Road and South Main Street in Fairport Village. The new facility will serve as a tasting and retail room, freeing up space at their existing Turk Hill Park facility to increase production capacity. The expansion is a case study in how thirsty people are f or l o c a l beer. In addition to making their own investments, and banging the turf hosting beer samplings around town, partners Tim Garman and Paul Guarracini turned to the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to raise capital for the new building and new brewing equipment. With six days to go at the time of this writing, the campaign exceeded its funding goal, leaving a smile on Garminâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drywall dust-stained face. So now itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s business as usual for the self-described â&#x20AC;&#x153;picobrewers,â&#x20AC;? as they continue to pump out six taps worth of beer at a time, along with the added responsibilities of opening the new shop and figuring out how to shoehorn a newly ordered   three-bar rel brewing system into their current boutique-size space. Nanobrewing (or picobrewing in this case) is the latest wave of growth in the brewing industry. Brewing on an extremely small scale obviates the massive capital investment costs of the typical craft brewery, but the low output of beer makes it hard to grow a commercial customer base and expand the business.

Fairport Brewing works on the latter problem by brewing several times a day. Guarracini, an awardwinning veteran of the Rochester homebrewing scene, ser ves as the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brewmaster but is canny enough not to try to do it all himself. Unusually for a nanobrewery, FBC took on two part-time brewers, allowing for shift changes and extra hands to take care of unglamorous but critical tasks like cleaning and sanitation. Garman and Guarracini have also learned to use the breweryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s low output as an advantage, using the small systemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s flexibility to gush forth a dizzying array of creative beers and keeping them in a constant rotation in their six-tap retail area. FBC beers span a wide gamut, from powerful double IPAs to a soon-to-be-released KĂślsch. Many of these are quite good, and almost all of them are solid, respectable craft beers. The new retail space is a result of Garman, a lifelong Fa i r p or t local, staying true to his vision of slow, organic growth. Apart from the occasional guest tap at Fairport bars and restaurants, it will be the only place to buy FBC beer for the time being. The new brewery may change that however, more than tripling capacity. Even when regular retail keg distribution becomes a possibility, Garmin still holds to his â&#x20AC;&#x153;think Fairportâ&#x20AC;? approach. So far, that strategy paid off. Not only have Garman and Guarracini built the foundations of a dream for themselves, but theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve earned the respect and trust of Fairporters who are proud to have their own local brewery, and they created a few jobs along the way. It looks like someone else is about to become New York Stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s smallest brewery, because Fairport Brewing Company just got a little bigger. Mark owns a laptop and likes beer. For more on beer, check out the beercraft blog, updated regularly, at beercraft. wordpress.com. Find him on Twitter @beercraft. Send your questions, suggestions, or comments to beercraft@rochester. rr.com.

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Blue Cross Arena

450 South Fourth Street, Lewiston, NY; 888223-6000 / 716-754-4375 www.artpark.net MAINSTAGE THEATER: May 24 — The Avett Brothers; June 15 — Marianas Trench with Air Dubai & more; June 24 — Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis; July 25 — Artpark 40th Anniversary Concert with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra; August 1 — Buddy Guy with Robert Randolph and The Family Band; August 2 — Chick Corea & The Vigil; August 17 — Greater Niagara Ballet Company: Coppelia TUESDAY IN THE PARK, Outdoor Amphitheater, 6:30 pm: June 4 — Billy Idol; June 11 — Joan Jett and The Blackhearts; June 18 — REO Speedwagon; June 25 — Chicago; July 9 — The Doobie Brothers; July 16 — Bad Company with Paul Rodgers; July 23 — Blue Rodeo; July 30 — The Machine performs Pink Floyd; August 6 — 38 Special and Blue Oyster Cult; August 13 — Lynyrd Skynyrd; August 20 — Gladys Knight & The O’Jays Family Glee star Matthew Morrison joins Reunion Tour; August 27 — ZZ the RPO for a “Summer Pops” Top performance, July 20 at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre. WEDNESDAYS @ ARTPARK, Outdoor Amphitheater, 6:30 pm: June 12 — Gov’t Mule; June 19 — MGMT; June 26 — Dispatch; July 10 — O.A.R. and Friends; July 17 — The Flaming Lips

One War Memorial Square; 800-745-3000 www. bluecrossarena.com June 23 -- Mary J. Blige with Anthony Hamilton; July 13 -Rochester SummerFest Concert: TGT (Tyrese, Ginuwine, Tank), Kelly Rowland, Fabolous, Chrisette Michele; July 28 -- R. Kelly

Auditorium Theatre

FLCC Campus, 3355 Marvin Sands Drive, Canandaigua; 800745-3000 www.CMACevents. com May 30 — Luke Bryan with Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line; June 7 — The Lumineers with Cold War Kids and J Roddy Walson and The Business; June 22 — Kings of the Mic Tour: LL Cool J with Public Enemy, Ice Cube, and De La Soul; July 3 — "Celebrate America" with the RPO; July 6 — Gigantour 2013 featuring Megadeth with “Party in the Park” returns to the Riverside Festival Site on Thursdays Black Label Society, Device, Hellyeah, from June 6-August 8, with Dawes playing a 4th of July show. Newsted and Death Division; July 13

885 East Main Street; 800-745-3000 www. rbtl.org July 12 -- Rochester MusicFest Concert: The Whispers with Lenny Williams; July 13 — An Evening with Bill Maher

“Bands on the Bricks”

Rochester Public Market, 280 North Union Street; Call 311 / 585-428-5990 outside of city; www.cityofrochester.gov Fridays, 5-10 pm: July 12 — Donna the Buffalo; July 19 — Los Lonely Boys; July 26 — Felice Brothers; August 2 — Latin Night; August 9 — The Sound Remains the Same - The Music of Led Zeppelin

Indie folk trio, The Lumineers light up the stage at CMAC, June 7.

Brewery Ommegang

656 County Highway 33, Cooperstown, NY; 888-512-SHOW www.dansmallspresents.com May 26 — Old Crow Medicine Show with Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys, Driftwood; July 25 — Grace Potter & The Nocturnals; July 26 — The Black Crowes with London Souls

Buffalo Outer Harbor Concert Site

325 Fuhrman Boulevard, Buffalo, NY; 800745-3000 / www.outerharborconcerts.com June 5 — Guns N’ Roses; July 19 — The Tragically Hip with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals; July 21 — Mac Miller with Earl Sweatshirt, Chance The Rapper, Vince Staples, The Internet; August 2 — Flogging Molly with Lowest Of The Low

Chautauqua Institution

Route 394, Chautauqua, NY; 800-836-ARTS www.ciweb.org June 22 — Straight No Chaser; June 24 — Will and Anthony Nunziata’s "Broadway Our Way"; June 25 — The 5 Browns; June 28 — Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers with Edie Brickell; July 3 — An Evening With Mark Russell; July 5 — "Sailing Rock 2013" featuring Christopher Cross, Orleans, Gary Wright, John Ford Coley, Robbie Dupree, Player; July 10 — Golden Dragon Acrobats; July 12 — Michael McDonald; July 19 — Travis Tritt; July 26 — Dick Fox’s "Golden Boys" starring Frankie Avalon, Fabian, and Bobby Rydell; August 2 — Garrison Keillor’s "A Prairie Home Companion Radio Romance Tour" with Sara Watkins; August 9 — The Beach Boys; August 21 — Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre On Tour; August 22 — The Tenors; August 23 — KC & The Sunshine Band and Village People; August 24 — Amy Grant

— fun. with Tegan and Sara; July 16 — Daughtry and 3 Doors Down with Halestorm and Bad Seed Rising; July 17 — Def Leppard with Slash, Myles Kennedy, The Conspirators; July 19 — Further featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir; July 20 — Steely Dan; July 26 — The Avett Brothers with Grace Potter and The Nocturnals; July 27 — "Under the Sun Tour" with Smashmouth, Sugar Ray, Gin Blossoms, Vertical Horizon and Fastball; July 28 — One Republic with Mayer Hawthorne and Churchill; July 31 — The Black Crowes and Tedeschi Trucks Band with The London Souls; August 1 — Garrison Keillor’s "A Prairie Home Companion Radio Romance Tour" with Sara Watkins; August 9 — Keith Urban with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch; August 21 — Kenny Chesney with Eli Young Band and Kacey Musgraves; August 25 — Ke$ha with Mike Posner

Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

Route 77, Darien Center; 800-745-3000 www.livenation.com May 26 — Tim McGraw with Brantley Gilbert, Love & Theft; June 23 — Zac Brown Band; July 3 — Dave Matthews Band with Fitz and The Tantrums; July 5 — Kid Rock with Kool & The Gang and Uncle Kracker; July 6 — Vans Warped Tour; July 12 — Brad Paisley with Chris Young and Lee Brice, The Henningsens; July 13 — Train with Michael Franti & Spearhead and Gavin DeGraw; July 14 — Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival: Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon, Amon Amarth and more; July 18 — Americanarama Festival of Music featuring Bob Dylan and His Band with Wilco, My Morning Jacket; July 19 — Jonas Brothers; July 21 — Toby Keith with Kip Moore; July 28 — Big Time Rush & Victoria Justice; July 30 — America’s Most Wanted Festival starring Lil’ Wayne with T.I., Future; August 11 —

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Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack

Route 96, Farmington; 585-924-3232 www. fingerlakescasino.com Wednesday Concerts, 7 pm: June 19 — REO Speedwagon; July 17 — The Charlie Daniels Band; August 7 — Gretchen Wilson

Frontier Field

One Morrie Silver Way & Plymouth Avenue; www.98PXY.com May 31 — 98PXY Summer Jam with Jason Derulo, Icona Pop, Hot Chelle Rae, Little Mix, Sammy Adams, Wallpaper, MKTO, Classified

June 5 — Pitbull, Ke$ha and Tyler Shaw; June 27 — Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls with Kate Earl; June 29 — Digital Dreams Music Festival; July 3 & July 6 — Bruno Mars with Ellie Goulding; July 5 — Vans Warped Tour; July 9 — Phish; July 10 — Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival: Rob Zombie, Mastodon, Job For A Cowboy, Amon Amarth, Machine Head, Children of Bodom; July 11 — Barenaked Ladies, Ben Folds Five and Guster; July 12 -- Marianas Trench; July 13 — Great Big Sea; July 14 — Train with Michael Franti & Spearhead, Gavin DeGraw; July 15 — Americanarama Festival of Music featuring Bob Dylan and His Band with Wilco, My Morning Jacket; July 18 — Jonas Brothers; July 19-20 — Beruna Music Festival; July 21 — Steely Dan with Deep Blue Organ Trio; July 23 — Heart with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience; July 25 — Tim McGraw with Love and Theft, Brantley Gilbert; July 26 — Kiss with Shinedown; August 10 — Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky & more; August 11 -- Gigantour 2013: Megadeth with Black Label Society, Device, Hellyeah, Newsted, Death Division; August 14 — John Mayer with Phillip Phillips; August 15 — Kenny Chesney with Eli Young Band, Kacey Musgraves; August 17 — Blue Rodeo with Bahamas; August 20 — Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival: Alice in Chains, Danko Jones, Coheed and Cambria and more; August 29 — Maroon 5 with Kelly Clarkson, Rozzi Crane; August 30 — Zac Brown Band; September 1 — Depeche Mode

“Party in the Park!”

Riverside Festival Site, Court Street and Exchange Boulevard; 800745-3000 / 585-428-6690 www. partyintheparkrochester.com Thursdays, 5-10 pm: June 6 — Blues Traveler; June 13 — Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes; June 20 — moe.; June 27 — Puddle of Mudd; July 4 — Dawes; July 11 — Island Reggae Fest featuring John Brown’s Body & The Skatalites; July 18 — Great Big Sea with Carbon Leaf; July 25 — Leon Russell; August 1 — The Head and the Heart; August 8 — John Hiatt & The Combo

Rocking country star Keith Urban brings his “Light the Fuse Tour” to CMAC, August 9.

“Jam at the Ridge"

Frost Ridge Campgrounds, 8101 Conlon Road, LeRoy; 585-768-4883 www.frostridge. com June 8 — The Kentucky Headhunters with Chris Janson; June 22 — Blackberry Smoke; July 13 — Molly Hatchet; July 27 — Phil Vassar; August 9 — Jo Dee Messina; August 10 — Steel Magnolia; August 24 — Jerrod Niemann with The Farm Inc.; September 14 — Sammy Kershaw

“Jazz Greats at Glenora”

Glenora Wine Cellars Vineyard Stage, Route 14, Dundee; 800-243-5513 www.glenora. com Sundays, 2 pm: July 21 — Peter White; August 18 — Jazz Funk Soul featuring Chuck Loeb, Jeff Lorber, Everette Harp

The Molson Amphitheatre

909 Lakeshore Boulevard West, Toronto, Canada; 416-260-5600 www.livenation.com May 28 — Dave Matthews Band; May 31 — Brad Paisley with Chris Young, Lee Brice, The Henningsens;

RPO’s Summer Season at Kodak Hall

Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street; 585454-2100 www.rpo.org July 19 — Summer Classics Special Concert: Ward Stare Conducts Mozart & Beethoven; July 20 — Summer Pops Special Concert: Glee’s Matthew Morrison

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Jazz great, Chick Corea and his new band, The Vigil help celebrate Artpark's 40th anniversary season with a show on August 2. gia Line; August 28 — Allman Brothers Band with Steve Winwood; August 30 — John Mayer with Phillip Phillips; August 31 — Zac Brown Band; September 4 — Kid Rock with ZZ Top & Uncle Kracker; September 5 — Maroon 5 with Kelly Clarkson, Tony Luca

Summer Stage at Tag’s

Route 352, Big Flats, between Elmira and Corning; 800-650-TAGS www.tagstickets. com May 18 — Korn with Mind Set Evolution, Love and Death; May 24 — Motley Crue; June 15 — Counting Crows with The Wallflowers; June 16 — Rodney Atkins, Gloriana, Dustin Lynch, Josh Thompson; July 13 — Daughtry and 3 Doors Down; July 26 — The Beach Boys with Herman’s Hermits; August 8 — One Republic

Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY; 800-745-3000 www. livenation.com May 25-26 — Dave Matthews Band; June 2 — Brad Paisley with Chris Young and Lee Brice; June 16 — Rascal Flatts with The Band Perry, Kristen Kelly; June 23 — Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers with The Wallflowers; June 25 — Rush; June 26 — Matchbox Twenty and Goo Goo Dolls with Kate Earl; June 29-30 — Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival; July 5-7 — Phish; July 20 — Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival: Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Mastodon & Amon Amarth and more; July 21 — Americanarama Festival of Music featuring Bob Dylan and His Band with Wilco, My Morning Jacket; July 27 — Big Time Rush & Victoria Justice; July 28 — O.A.R. with Andrew McMahon, Allen Stone; August 3 — America’s Most Wanted Festival starring Lil’ Wayne with T.I., Future; August 11 — Jason Aldean with Jake Owen, Thomas Rhett; August 13 — Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival: Alice in Chains, Jane’s Addiction, Coheed and Cambria, Circa Survive and more; August 25 — Luke Bryan with Thompson Square, Florida Geor-

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More Summer Music Aqueduct Park

Main Street at the Genesee River; Call 311 / 585-428-5990 outside of city; www. cityofrochester.gov Wednesday Concerts, noon-1 pm, July 10-August 7 *Artists TBA

Brighton “Sunset Serenades”

Buckland Park Pavilion, 1341 Westfall Road, Brighton; 585-784-5260 www. townofbrighton.org Tuesday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: July 9 — Brighton Symphony Orchestra; July 16 — Rochester Rat Pack; July 23 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; July 30 — The Hill Brothers; August 6 — Canal Street String Band; August 13 — Natalie B. Band

Brockport "Summer Serenades"

Canalfront Welcome Center, Water Street, Brockport; 585-637-5300 x12 www. brockportny.org Thursday Concerts, 7 pm in July; 6:30 pm in August: July 11 — High Maintenance with Julie Dunlap; July 18 — Golden Eagle String Band; July 25 — BHS Blue Notes Jazz Ensemble; August 1 — Greg Turner and Friends; August 8 — Smooth Groove; August 15 — 8 Days A Week; August 22 — Bob Sneider Trio; August 29 — Grand Canyon Rescue Episode

Churchville Village Gazebo

23 East Buffalo Street, Churchville; 585-2933880 x130 www.townofriga.org Wednesday Concerts, 6:30-8 pm: June 26 — Don Newcomb Band; July 10 — Cold Sweat Blues Band; July 17 — Timeline; July 24 — Natalie B Band; July 31 — Blue Sky; August 7 — Just 4 Fun

East Rochester Summer Music Festival

Village Municipal Lot, 120 West Commercial Street, East Rochester; 585-586-3553 www. eastrochester.org Wednesday Concerts, 7 pm: June 12 — It's My Party; June 26 — Wild Horses - Rolling Stones Tribute; July 10 — That Party Band; July 24 — Mr. Mustard - Beatles Tribute; August 7 — Reporter; August 14 — Four on the Floor; August 21 — Ruby Shooz; August 28 — ER Allstars Reunion

Fairport Gazebo

Kennelley Park, Main Street, Fairport; 585425-1170 www.perinton.org Thursday Concerts, 7 pm: June 6 — Perinton Concert

Band; June 13 — Genesee Valley Orchestra & Chorus; June 20 — New Horizons; June 27 — 8 Days A Week; July 11 — Hip Replacement; July 18 — Smugtown Stompers; July 25 — Brockport Community Band; August 1 — The Swooners; August 8 — Fairport Fire Department Band

“Garden Vibes” at George Eastman House

900 East Avenue; 585-271-3361 www. eastmanhouse.org Wednesday Concerts, 6-8 pm: June 12 — The Campbell Brothers; July 17 — NRBQ; August 14 — The Ifs

Gates Community Center

1605 Buffalo Road; 585-247-6100 x234 www.gatesrecparks.org Sunday Concerts, 6:30 pm: July 14 — Rawhide; July 21 — Happy Daze; July 28 — Musique; August 4 — Golden Eagle String Band; August 11 — Bill Tiberio Band; August 18 — Gateswingers Big Band; September 15 — Traveling Cabaret

Geneva's Lakefront Park

Routes 5 & 20, Geneva; 315-789-5005 www.genevarec.com Wednesday Concerts, 6:30 pm: July 10 — Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra; July 17 — Nostalgic Reunion; July 24 — Andy Stobie & The Greater Finger Lakes Jazz Band; July 31 — Larry Stamatell, Steve Palumbo & Geneva Jazz; August 7 — Music Makers Big Band; August 14 — Steve Venuti with the Eddie DeWitt Band

Greece Town Hall Lawn

One Vince Tofany Boulevard; 585-225-2000 www.greeceny.gov Sunday Concerts, 3 pm: May 26 — Greece Concert Band; June 9 — Greece Jazz Band; July 14 — Greece Symphony; August 4 — Greece Choral Society

Hamlin Beach State Park

Area 3, Lake Ontario Parkway, Hamlin; 585964-2462 THURSDAY CONCERTS, 6-8 pm: June 27 — Batavia Swing Band; July 4 — Roadmasters; July 25 — 78 RPM Big Band; August 22 — Nostalgic Reunion SATURDAY CONCERTS, 6-10 pm: June 29 — Retrospective; July 13 — Dang!; July 20 — Flint Creek; July 27 — Blue Sky; August 3 — Figure 8; August 10 — Julie Dunlap & High Maintenance; August 24 — Cold Sweat; August 31 — Double Cross

Henrietta Town Park Amphitheater

595 Calkins Road; 585-359-7054 www. henrietta.org Events, 6:30 pm unless otherwise noted: June 14 — Henrietta Community Celebration & Movie with Live DJ; July 26 — The Skycoasters; August 25 — "50's & 60's Family Fun in the Sun" with Shama Lama (3-5 pm)

“Hochstein at High Falls”

Granite Mills Park, Near the Pont de Rennes Bridge; www.hochstein.org / www.wxxi.org Thursday Concerts, 12:15 pm: June 6 — Thunder Body; June 13 — RPO Marimba Band; June 20 — Craig Snyder Fusion Group; June 27 — Mambo Kings; July 11 — Mikaela Davis; July 18 — Nimrod Wildfire; July 25 — The Pickpockets; August 1 — The Dady Brothers; August 8 — String Theory Bluegrass Band; August 15 — Rochester Ukulele Orchestra

Inspire Moore Winery Summer Music Series

197 North Main Street, Naples; 585-3745970 www.inspiremoorewinery.com Friday Concerts, 7 pm: May 17 — Eva and The Dogboys; June 7 — Out of the Blues; June 21 — Donna the Buffalo; July 5 — Flying Box Car; July 19 — Brian Lindsay Band; August 2 — Totally 80's Band; August 16 — Axis Armada; September 6 — Mosaic Foundation; September 20 — Bobby Henrie & The Goners

Irondequoit Town Hall Grounds

1280 Titus Avenue; 585-336-6070 www. irondequoit.org FARMERS' MARKET CONCERTS, Thursdays, 6 pm: May 30 — FOG; June 6 — Dancing with Denise; June 13 — Nate & Kate; June 20 — Comedy & Juggling with Jeff Peden; June 27 — Traveling Cabaret; July 11 — Artisan Jazz; July 18 — Julie Dunlap; July 25 — Irondequoit Concert Band; August 1 — Nostalgic Reunion; August 8 — Ann Mitchell; August 15 — Doubletake Blues Bnd; August 22 — Park Avenue Playboys; August 29 — Don Newcomb Band; September 5 — Dancing with Denise SUMMER GAZEBO SERIES, Sundays, 2:30 pm unless otherwise noted: June 25 — Irondequoit Concert Band (Tuesday concert, 7:15 pm); June 30 — Jimmie Highsmith Experience; July 4 — Irondequoit Concert Band (Thursday concert, 8 pm); July 7 — Music Makers; July 14 — Natalie B Band; July 21 — Trinidad & Tobago; July 28 — Jack Allen's Big Band; August 4 — Brass Magic; August 11 — Traveling Cabaret; August 18 — Johnny Matt Band

Park Point will be rocking this summer! The concert series kicks off, June 7.

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Bands on the Bricks TGIF@M Fridays, 5-10 pm | FREE! July 12: Donna the Buffalo July 19: Los Lonely Boys July 26: Felice Brothers August 2: Latin Night August 9: The Sound Remains the Same performs music of Led Zeppelin

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Ontario's Casey Park

Knickerbocker Avenue, Ontario; 315524-7020 Thursday Concerts, 7-8:30 pm: June 27 — Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra; July 11 — Pan Loco Steel Band; July 25 — LED; August 8 — Ruby Shooz

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Penfield Amphitheater hosts a full season's worth of concerts and events from May through September.

Lakeville’s Vitale Park

On Conesus Lake, Routes 20A & 15, Lakeville; www.livoniany.org Sunday Concerts, 6-8 pm: June 23 — Blue Jimmy; June 30 — Matuto; July 7 — It's My Party; July 14 — The Dady Brothers; July 21 — Music Makers Big Band; July 28 — The Crawdiddies; August 4 — Ryan Montbleau Band; August 11 — Derek Davis and The Tasty Groove; August 18 — Maria Gillard Band; August 25 — Sim Redmond

Park Point Courtyard, Jefferson Road & John Street, Henrietta; www. parkpointrochester.com Friday Concerts, 6 pm: June 7 — Brass Taxi, Push and Jeff Cosco's Banditos; July 12 — Springer, Bonfire and Tryst; August 16 — Northside Johnny, Catch 22 and Hall Pass; September 13 — Zac Brown Tribute Band, Teagan & The Tweeds and Polluted Moon

Duck Drop Fundraiser); July 26 — Smugtown Stompers; August 2 — TBA; August 10 — Pittsford Fireman's Band

Rochester Public Market

280 North Union Street; Call 311 / 585-4285990 outside of city; www.cityofrochester. gov Wednesday "Food Truck Rodeos" with live music, 5-9 pm: May 29 — Miles Watts & Brothers From Other Mothers; June 26 — Out of the Blue; July 31 — Mr. Mustard - Beatles Tribute; August 28 — The Front; September 25 — Coupe de Villes

Seneca Park Zoo “ZooBrews”

2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 www. senecaparkzoo.org Friday Happy Hours with live music, 5:30-9 pm (21 and older only): May 24 — Steve Grills & The Roadmasters, Dog House; June 21 — Civil City, Bill Schmidt and the Bluesmasters; July 19 — Funknut, Cold Sweat; August 9 — Park Ave Band, Teagan Ward; September 6 — Last Minute Blues Band, Alex Dibiase

Penfield Amphitheater

Veterans' Memorial Park, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield; 585-3408655 www.penfield.org SPECIAL MUSIC EVENTS: May 31 — "The Jazz & Food Rodeo" with PHS Jazz Groups (5-7pm); June 1 — Penfield School District Music Departments (2-4 pm); June 10 & July 21 — Penfield Pops Band (7 pm); September 14 — "Tastin' the Blues" with Steve Grills & The Roadmasters (noon-4pm) COOL JAZZ TUESDAYS, 7 pm: July 9 — Mark Oak Orchard Summer Concerts Cassara; July 16 - River Dogs Dixieland; July 23 Orleans County Marine Park, Route 98, Point — Tritone Jazz Camp Faculty; July 30 — White Breeze; www.oakoarchard.org Hots Tuesday Concerts, 6-9 pm, July 9-August 20 *Artists KIDS FEST THURSDAYS, 7 pm: July 11 —Bart TBA Bring your lawn chair and enjoy summer sounds at the and Kevin; July 18 — The Dady Brothers; July 25 Gates Community Center, beginning July 14. — The Dinner Dogs; August 1 — Mike Kornrich Ontario Beach Park "Concerts SATURDAYS ON STAGE, 7 pm: July 20 — by the Shore" Ruby Shooz; July 27 — Gap Mangione New Big Band; Lake and Beach Avenues; 585-865-3320 August 3 — Mr. Mustard Beatle Review (with It's My Sodus Bay Lighthouse Wednesday Concerts, 7-9 pm unless otherwise Party @ 5pm) North Ontario Street, Sodus Point; 315-483-4936 www. noted: June 5 — The Gateswingers with Hotflash Dancsodusbaylighthouse.org ers; June 12 — Julie Dunlap; June 19 — The Orient Sunday Concerts, 2 pm: July 4 (Thursday) — Gap Perinton’s “Center Stage at Express; June 26 — Brass Taxi; July 3 — Allegro; July 10 Mangione Big Band; July 7 — Finger Lakes Symphony Center Park” — Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (7:30 pm); July 17 Orchestra; July 14 — Music Makers Big Band; July 21 Ayrault Road, east of Turk Hill Road, — The Dady Brothers with Charles Young School of Irish — The Dady Brothers; July 28 — It's My Party; August Fairport; 585-223-5050 www.perinton.org Dance; July 24 — The Skycoasters; July 31 — Greece 4 — Nostalgic Reunion; August 11 — Chorus of the Sunday Concerts, 6 pm: July 7 — Prime Time Funk; Genesee; August 18 — Panloco Steel Drum Band; July 14 — Bill Welch Band; July 21 — SmugAugust 25 — Fiddlers of the Genesee; September 1 — town Stompers / Eastside Swingtet; July 28 Starlight Orchestra — Bobby Henrie & The Goners / Inside Out; August 4 — Paulsen, Baker & Garvey with Al Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion Keltz and Carol Mulligan; August 11 — North151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585side Johnny; August 18 — RPO Marimba Band 394-4922 www.sonnenberg.org / Filigree; August 25 — John Cole Blues Band; Friday “Moonlight Strolls” with live music, 8-10 September 8 — “A Salute to America” featuring pm: July 5 — Naked Grey; July 12 — Tullamore Celtic the Perinton Concert Band and the Fairport Band with The Young School of Irish Dance; July 19 — Fire Department Band Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; July 26 — Music Makers Big Band; August 2 — Neville Francis and The Port of Pittsford Park Riddim Posse 22 North Main Street, Pittsford; www.townofpittsford.org Friday Concerts, 7 pm in June and July; Spencerport’s “Music on the 6:30 pm in August: June 7 — Alfred St. John's Canal” Trinidad Tobago Steelband; June 14 — PerinDowntown Spencerport; 585-352-4771 ton Concert Band; June 21 — Debbie Kendrick www.vil.spencerport.ny.us Perinton’s “Center Stage at Center Park” concert series closes Blues Band; June 28 — Johnny Matt Big Band; SUNDAY CONCERTS, 6:30-8:30 pm: June 2 — Music July 12 — Bobby Henrie and the Goners; July with a special “Salute to America” on September 8. 19 — Grupo Pagan (Pittsford Youth Services continued on p. 40 >>>

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able and live music provided by the Golden Link Folk Heaven at 8 pm on Friday, a Family Fun Day from • June • Singing Society; 9am-4pm; Beach Area at Mendon noon-close on Saturday, and evening concert by The Ponds Park; www.adk-gvc.org/expo Taint; Downtown Spencerport; www.spencerportfire. thru September 2 — 100 DAYS OF ENTERTAIN June 8-9 — KEUKA ARTS FESTIVAL, Fine art and org MENT IN THE PARK, Celebration of Canandaigua’s craft show held at the Penn Yan Boat Launch Park June 7-8 — ALBION STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL, Arts Centennial, featuring daily performances by area along the Keuka Lake Outlet Trail, featuring over 110 and crafts, food, entertainment, car show, chicken entertainers showcasing music, dance, and improvendors, a farmers’ market, food and wine from local BBQ, the annual Turtle Race, parade at 10 am on visation at The Commons Park, Kershaw Park, and restaurants and wineries, and a variety of live music Saturday; Main Street, Albion; 585-749-6384 www. the Event Center in Canandaigua; Performances from bluegrass to acoustic rock; 10am-5run 6:30-8 pm Monday-Saturday; 2-4 pm pm; Penn Yan; www.keukaartsfestival.com Sundays; See www.downtowncanandaigua. June 8-9 — PLEIN AIR COMPETITION & com for schedule; 585-396-0300 FESTIVAL, Over 40 Plein Air artists create May 31-June 1 — SULPHUR SPRINGS artwork throughout the Canandaigua area, FESTIVAL, Live music and food vendors culminating in downtown art activities on Friday; Crafts, entertainment, kids’ tent, on Saturday, including demonstrations, a bounce houses, pony rides, pie-eating conCommunity Paint Out and Kid’s Paint Out; test, car show and more on Saturday, with Plein Air artwork exhibit and sale at the a giant parade at 6 pm; Downtown Clifton Carriage House at Sonnenberg Gardens on Springs; www.sulphurspringsfestival.com Sunday; www.canandaiguaarts.com June 1 — HAMLIN WHEEL FEST, Music June 9 — JAZZ ON THE LAWN at the and entertainment, crafters, cruise in, Granger Homestead, featuring music by the games and inflatables, fitness demonstraAnthony Joseph Swingtet, a chicken BBQ, tions, chariot races, boat display/swap beer and wine; 4-7 pm; 295 North Main meet, portable live steam railroad, food, Street, Canandaigua; 585-394-1472 www. fireworks and more; 10am-10pm; 1658 grangerhomestead.org Lake Road, Hamlin; 585-964-2421 www. June 10 — ROSES & ROSÉS, Elegant hamlinny.org wine and food pairing event at Sonnenberg June 1 — SQUARE FAIR, 19th Ward Gardens & Mansion, showcasing over 30 Community Association celebration at wineries and restaurants of the Finger Aberdeen Square Park featuring a parade Lakes region, kicking off Rose Week (June and pancake breakfast, vendors, live enterCelebrate "Votes for Women!" at the Susan B. Anthony Festival, August 18. 10-17) at Sonnenberg; 6pm-sunset; 151 tainment, and a variety of food from local Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585-394restaurants; 8am-4pm; Aberdeen Street, 4922 www.sonnenberg.org albionstrawberryfestival.com between Post and Woodbine Streets; 585-328-6571 June 14 — EXHIBITION PARTY at George Eastman June 7-9 — NEWARK FIRE DEPARTMENT FAMILY www.19WCA.org House celebrating the opening of The Gender Show, FESTIVAL, Family event featuring food and craft June 1-2 — FAIRPORT CANAL DAYS, Kick-off BBQ an exhibition of more than 140 photographs from vendors, bands, local business displays, entertainand live music from 4:30-10pm on Friday, May 31; the museum’s permanent collection, with live music, ment for children and adults; Village of Newark; www. Juried arts and crafts festival on Saturday and Sunrefreshments, cash bar, and the Townson Terrace waynecountytourism.org day with performances by local and regional bands, Garden open for viewing; 7:15-9:30 pm; 900 East June 8 — POSITIVELY PITTSFORD, Rides, games, kids’ activities, food vendors, canal boat cruises, Avenue; 585-271-3361 www.eastmanhouse.org family activities, festival-style treats and continuous Battle of the Bands competition, and more; 10am-6 June 14-16 — ART AND TREASURES SALE, Buy music featuring headlining band, Prime Time Funk; pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; Downtown Fairgently used antiques, artwork, jewelry, china, porcenoon-9pm; State Street Municipal Parking Lots port; www.fairportcanaldays.com lain and more at Rochester’s most prestigious garage Downtown Pittsford; www.townofpittsford.org June 5-8 — SPENCERPORT VOLUNTEER FIREsale!; 10am-5pm Friday; 9am-4pm Saturday; noon June 8 — ADIRONDACK MOUNTAIN CLUB MEN’S CARNIVAL, Rides, food, and games, with 4pm Sunday; 500 University Avenue; 585-276-8900 OUTDOOR EXPO, Outdoor recreation workshops, a Youth Parade at 7 pm on Wednesday, Firemen’s mag.rochester.edu demonstrations and vendors, with refreshments availParade at 7 pm Thursday, live music featuring 7th <<< continued from p. 38 Makers Big Band; June 16 — Gateswingers Big Band; June 30 — Don Newcomb & Rawhide Band; July 7 — Pete Provenzano; July 21 — Johnny Matt Band; August 4 — Boone's Farm; August 18 — Deceivers; August 25 — 78 RPM FRIDAY CONCERTS, 7-10 pm: June 21 — The Ghost Riders; July 12 — Johnny Bauer & Great Escape; July 26 — Ruby Shooz; August 16 — Crossroads Project

U of R Summer Carillon Concerts

Eastman Quadrangle, U of R River Campus; www.rochester.edu/aboutus/carillon Monday Bell Concerts, 7 pm with featured carillonneurs: July 8 — Carol Jickling Lens; July 15 — Sally Harwood; July 22 — Tim Sleep; July 29 — Phillippe Beullens

Victor’s Sid Partington Memorial Concert Series

Mead Square Park, 39 West Main Street, Victor; 585-742-0140 www.victorny.org Thursday Concerts, 7-9 pm: June 13 — Victor Community Band and Chorus "Stars and Stripes Favorites"; June 20 — Music Makers Big Band; June 27 — Patrick Johnson "Elvis Makes an Appearance"; July 11 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; July 18 — Ann Mitchell (Preceded by Victor Historical Society Presentation @ 6:30 pm); July 25 — Don Newcomb Band *Final concert held at Victor Municipal Park, 6680 Paperone Drive

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Webster Village Gazebo Park

North Avenue, Webster; websterbid.com Friday Concerts, 7-9 pm: June 14 — Keys to the Caddy; June 21 — Dang!; June 28 — Luca Foresta & The Electro Kings; July 19 — Bill Tiberio Jazz; July 26 — An Evening of A Cappella; August 9 — Brass Taxi (Village Days Music Fest Concert, 7-10 pm); August 16 — Rochester Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra; August 23 — Johnny B & The MVPs

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Headline Shows @ Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 60 Gibbs Street Ticketed Shows @ 8 pm unless otherwise noted:June 21 — Pink Martini; June 22 — Willie Nelson and Family; June 25 — David Byrne & St. Vincent; June 26 — Roger Hodgson - The Legendary Voice of Supertramp; June 27 — Bob James & David Sanborn with Steve Gadd; June 28 — Frampton's Guitar Circus with Peter Frampton & Robert Cray (7:30 pm)

City of Rochester Free Concerts! East Avenue & Alexander Street Stage: June 29 — Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue (9 pm) with Mingo Fishtrap (7 pm) East Avenue & Chestnut Street Stage: Headline Shows @ 9 pm; Opening Shows @ 7 pm: June 21 — Dr. John with Josh Panda & The Hot Damned; June 22 — Delbert McClinton with Coupe De Villes; June 28 — Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings with The James Hunter 6; June 29 — Monty Alexander's Harlem-Kingston Express with Thunderbody Jazz Street Stage on Gibbs at East Avenue: June 21-29 — Eastman School of Music, Eastman Community Music School and High School Jazz Bands perform, with music beginning @ 3:45 pm Friday-Sunday, and 4:30 pm Monday-Thursday Headline Shows @ 7:30 & 9:30 pm unless otherwise noted: June 21 — Gap Mangione Big Band; June 22 — Robin McKelle & The Flytones; June 23 — Shuffle Demons; June 24 — CNY Jazz Orchestra; June 25 — New Horizons Dance Band (8:15 pm) / Music Educators Big Band (9:15 pm); June 26 — Djabe; June 27 — Soul Stew; June 28 — Mingo Fishtrap; June 29 — Dwayne Dopsie & The Zydeco Hellraisers *Plus Nightly Shows at Club Pass Venues: Abilene Roots Americana Stage, Christ Church (Made in the UK), Harro East Ballroom, Kilbourn Hall, The Little Theatre, Max of Eastman Place, Montage, Reformation Lutheran Church (Nordic Jazz Now), The Rochester Club (Groove Nights), State St. Bar & Grill, XRIJF Big Tent, Xerox Auditorium.

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The Films of Summer By Ed Symkus There are about 500 movies opening between June and August. Only joking. There are about 50, but it seems like 500 with, as usual, something – the studios hope – for everyone. But even 50 is a number too big to write about, so the idea here was to pick out the ones that I think will be the best of the bunch, the Top 20, rather than waste space carping on the ones that look kind of shaky. Release dates are always changing, so the films and their blurbs are listed by month, not by specific date.

ward. It’s about a big party, attended by James Franco, Paul Rudd, Seth Rogan, Jonah Hill, Jason Segal, Christopher Mintz-Plasse (you know, McLovin), all playing themselves – along with Emma Watson playing herself. Everyone’s having a good time till they realize that the end of the world is near.

The Lone Ranger

Monsters University

This Is the End

June Man of Steel

It’s not too often that we’re treated to reboots of reboots, but here we go again, with another stab at the story of Superman. And there’s a lot of positive vibes to go with it, including great director Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300) and a very promising cast: Henry Cavill (Immortals) in the lead, Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Kevin Costner and Diane Lane as Ma and Pa Kent, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, and Amy Adams as Lois Lane (only that last one doesn’t feel quite right).

This Is the End

You would think that a comedy like this would never work because it would be too much of a good thing. But I’m looking for-

The Disney-Pixar prequel to the wonderful Disney-Pixar film Monsters, Inc. jumps back in time to the days when Mike and Sully (voices of Billy Crystal and John Goodman) first met in college. Suffice it to say they were two opposites who did not attract. But the film explains how their friendship was formed. With voices of Nathan Fillion, Helen Mirren, Alfred Molina, John Krasinski, Frank Oz.

Johnny Depp as Tonto. Seriously, what more do you need? Armie Hammer (soon to be playing Napoleon Solo) is in the lead as Texas Ranger John Reid, who dons a black mask, gets a white horse, and develops a new attitude toward the law, or at least toward justice. Gore Verbinski (those Depp pirate movies) directs, and Tom Wilkinson, Helena Bonham Carter and – again – James Badge Dale are along for the many rides.

World War Z

Ah, yes, the film that was written, then shot, then scrapped, then rewritten by someone else, then shot again. Insiders say it was because the film just didn’t work. Can you say “Red Flag alert?” Still, the idea of Brad Pitt playing a U.N. employee who races around the world trying to stop a zombie apocalypse sounds pretty hot to me! With David Morse and the everchameleon-like James Badge Dale (Flight, Iron Man 3).

White House Down

How, one might ask, could The Lone Hollywood be so dimwitted to release this so quickly after the similarly plotted Olympus Has Fallen? It’s Hollywood. Don’t ask. Disaster master Roland Emmerich directs the story of a cop (Channing Tatum) who can’t make the grade to become a member of the Secret Service. But while he’s on a tour (as a tourist) of the White House with his daughter, things go very wrong and he must, naturally, save the day.

July Despicable Me 2 Monster University

Eduardo (Al Pacino had the part, but left over “creative differences,” so the role is now played by Benjamin Bratt). Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud, who co-directed the first film, return at the helm. With voices of Russell Brand, Steve Coogan, Kristen Wiig, Ken Jeong.

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Pacific Rim

A lot of people are already labeling it a Transformers rip-off, just from the posters. But this is going to be bigger and better (yet likely not louder or more confusing) than Transformers. Visionary filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, directing his first film since his triple threat of Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, and Hellboy 2, gives us an effects-crazy sci-fier about aliens attacking Earth and being fought off by humancontrolled giant robots. Note: Pacific Rim 2 is already in development.

R.I.P.D.

Steve Carell reprises his voice role as brilliant heart-of-gold villain Gru, who, despite his former evilness, joins up with the Anti-Villain League to go up against new bad guy in town

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Ranger

It stands for Rest in Peace Department, which is wear S.W.A.T. officer Ryan Reynolds finds himself stationed when he’s mowed down by bad guys. He becomes a ghost cop

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May 15 - May 29, 2013 FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE among ghost cops who go about tracking and catching their own killers. And he answers to a Western-style gun-slinger played, with tongue in cheek, by Jeff Bridges. Directed by Robert Schwentke (Red).

Red 2

But Red 2 (nice segue!) is directed by Dean Parisot (who made the criminally underappreciated Galaxy Quest). Returning from the first spy capercomedy are Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, and The Wolverine Mary-Louise Parker, who must work together to find a missing nuclear device. Also along are Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and We’re the Millers David Thewliss. Every once in a while, you’ve just gotta have

The Wolverine

We don’t get too many sequels to prequels, but then again, even comic book insiders aren’t sure when this story occurs within the X-Men universe. Three things that are known: It’s a solo Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) story, Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) is in the cast, and it takes place in Japan (and features a large Japanese cast). Directed by James Mangold (3:10 to Yuma, Walk the Line). Almost forgot, it’s in 3D.

August 2 Guns

Two guys rob a bank. Sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. But two guys (Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington) do rob a bank, and get away with much more money than should ever be in a bank, then things go wrong, then they find out the identities of each other. One, it turns out, is an undercover DEA agent; the other is an undercover Special Forces officer. Why are they working together and who hired them to rob the bank? Hopefully, that will be revealed.

Elysium

Finally, another film from Neill Blomkamp, who wrote and directed the superb District 9. Sticking with the Science fiction genre, he tells the futuristic story of a mostly destroyed Earth, still home to the 99 percenters, contrasting it with the luxurious Elysium, a space station that’s home to the one percenters. It’s a rich vs. poor story, with the poor always trying to find a way in to Elysium. Matt Damon tries to make life more of an even playing field for both sides, while Jodi Foster plays bad guy politics by enforcing antiKick-Ass 2 immigration laws.

a good pot comedy. Jason Sudeikis plays a dealer who’s about to bring a small shipment from Mexico to the States, then has an epiphany. He gets a stripper pal (Jennifer Aniston) to pretend to be his wife, finds a couple of kids to pretend to be their kids, then, appearing much less conspicuous than a single white guy in Mexico, goes about turning the small shipment into a huge one. With Ed Helms and Emma Roberts.

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year. Meanwhile, here’s the first film, in which a supposedly normal teenager (Lily Collins) tries to save her mom (Lena Headey) who has been nabbed by a demon. Before long, the young girl finds out that she, and her mom, are anything but normal, are indeed descendants of an ancient group of half-angel warriors.

The World’s End

The gang f rom both Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz – namely writerdirector Edgar Wright and stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost – are back for a third wild and comic outing. This time it’s all about a group of guys recreating an ohso-British pub crawl from their younger days. Whether or not they still have the stamina to do it isn’t the question here. It’s what to do about the zombies.

Kick-Ass 2

Alas, Nic Cage’s name is nowhere to be seen on the cast list, but Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chloe Grace Moretz are returning as self-made superheroes Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl, as is Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who played Red Mist in the first film, and plays someone in this one with a name that can’t be printed in a family publication. Jim Carrey gets to go over the top as bad guy Colonel Stars and Stripes.

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones

There are five books in Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments young adult series, with a sixth and final one to be published next

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Closed Circuit

No, thank goodness it’s not a remake of that silly robot movie. It’s a contemporary thriller about two lawyers (Eric Bana and Rebecca Hall), who used to be an item, and are now members of a terrorist’s defense team. The case is tough and their lives might be in danger.

Getaway

When his wife is kidnapped, a former race car driver (Ethan Hawke) is ordered to get behind the wheel and do as he’s told – by a voice belonging to someone who can see and hear everything he does – or else. He’s assisted (in a plot turn that sounds remarkably like one in Live Free or Die Hard) by a young hacker (Selena Gomez), who’s along for the ride.

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Celebrating Our Independence • Penfield, June 29 Independence Day Parade at 10 am; Evening celebration at Harris Whalen Park with food, bounce house for the kids, music featuring Dang! and Dog House, and fireworks; 5-11 pm; Routes 250 & 441, Penfield; 585-340-8655 www.penfield.org • Irondequoit, July 3-4 Arts and crafts, community booths, entertainment both days; Street Dance Wednesday night; Parade at 11 am on the Fourth, and fireworks; 11am-11pm; Irondequoit Town Hall Grounds, 1280 Titus Avenue; 585-336-6070 www.irondequoit.org • Brighton, July 4 5K Race at Twelve Corners and Brighton High School; Meridian Centre Park festivities beginning at 2 pm including rides, food and entertainment featuring The Skycoasters, and fireworks; 2025 Winton Road South; www.townofbrighton.org • Brockport, 4 “Old Fashioned Fourth of July" at the Morgan-Manning House with musical entertainment, the popular Cake Walk, food and refreshments; 11am-3pm; Morgan-Manning House, 151 Main Street, Brockport; 585-637-3645 • Canandaigua, July 4 Parade on Main Street at 10 am; Community picnic at Kershaw Park with live music at the gazebo, and fireworks display; 3 pm; Lakeshore Drive, Canandaigua; www.canandaiguanewyork.gov • Chili, July 4 Chil-E Fest and 4th of July Celebration with music on two stages featuring headlining bands The Good Rats and Flint Creek, food and craft vendors, community booths, kids games and activities, bungy trampoline and inflatable rides, car show, parade at 5pm, fire department activities, and fireworks; noon-10pm; 3235 Chili Avenue; 585-889-4680 www.townofchili.org • Downtown Rochester, July 4 The City of Rochester celebrates the 4th with a concert by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra on the Main Street Bridge and a spectacular fireworks display over downtown; 7:30-10 pm; Downtown Rochester; Call 311 / 585-428-5990 outside of city; www.cityofrochester.gov • Fairport, July 4 Firecracker 5 Mile Race, Independence Day Parade on Main Street at 9:30 am, followed by a "Party in the Park" featuring The Skycoasters; Perinton Park, Route 31F and O’Connor Road, Fairport; 585-5869840 www.fairportperintonchamber.org • Henrietta, July 4 Craft and garage sale from 9am-2pm at the Henrietta Senior Center; Afternoon celebration at Veterans Memorial Park featuring live bands, games, activities, local food vendors, and fireworks; 4-10 pm; 595 Calkins Road; 585-359-2540 www.henrietta.org • Mumford, July 4 Experience Independence Day observances of the past, a patriotic concert, 19th-century games and contests, and an official naturalization ceremony swearing in new American citizens; 10am-4pm; Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org

Spend “An Evening With Dean Martin” when Joe Scalissi entertains at the East Rochester Festa Italia, June 6-8. <<< continued from p. 41 June 29 — HEP KIDS JAZZ CELEBRATION, Families can enjoy jazz music, learn about instruments, create musical crafts, and take part in a variety of audience participation performances, including a rhythm drum jam and SCAT singing class, with a Jazz Instrument Petting Zoo, arts and crafts, face-painting, and food available on site; 10am-2pm; Hochstein School of Music & Dance; 50 North Plymouth Avenue; 585-454-4596 www.hochstein.org June 30 — CENTENNIAL SCULPTURE PARK FAMILY DAY, Memorial Art Gallery celebrates the opening of Centennial Sculpture Park with family activities, entertainment and tours; noon-5pm; 500 University Avenue; 585-276-8900 mag.rochester.edu

Park Area #3 from 1-10 pm, followed by a 10:15 pm fireworks display at the Fishing Pier in Park Area #1; Lake Ontario Parkway, Hamlin; 585-964-2462 www. nysparks.com July 6-August 18 — RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL, Be transported to an English Renaissance village over 7 weekends, with entertainment including nearly 100 stage and street performances, jousting matches, pub sings, wench auctons, olde-world rides and games, specialty foods and special event weekends; 10am-7pm Saturday-Sunday; 15385 Farden Road, Sterling, between Fair Haven and Oswego; 888-6950888 www.SterlingFestival.com July 9-August 1 — MOVIES IN THE PARKS, Free feature films shown at Ontario Beach Park on Tuesday evenings, July 9-30, and at Highland Park Bowl on Thursday evenings, July 11-August 1; Films begin at dark; 585-753-PARK www.MonroeCounty.gov/parks July 10-13 — WEBSTER VOLUNTEER FIREMEN’S CARNIVAL, Rides, games and food, with the Firemen’s Parade at 6:30 pm on Thursday; Live music featuring Everheart on Friday; Firemen’s Field, Sanford Street, Webster; www.websterfire.com July 11-14 — BIG RIB BAR-B-QUE & BLUES FEST, Sample a wide variety of barbecue styles and specialties prepared by Rib Masters from across the country, and enjoy 20 Main Stage concerts featuring regional and national acts; 11:30am-10pm Thursday-Saturday; 11:30am-9pm Sunday; Highland Park Festival Site, Highland and South Avenues; www. MyBigRib.com July 11-14 — ROCHESTER SUMMERFEST, A

• July • July 2 — YORK-LEICESTER FIELD DAY, Independence Day Celebration featuring games, prizes, musical entertainment, refreshments and fireworks (Rain Date: July 5); 7 pm; York Central School Grounds, Routes 36 & 63, Greigsville; 585-243-2238 July 2-4 — WARSAW FIRE DEPARTMENT 4TH OF JULY CARNIVAL, Midway rides, kiddie matinees, chicken BBQ, parade, live entertainment, fireworks and more; Warsaw Town Park, Liberty Street, Warsaw; www.warsawfiredepartment.com July 4 — GO ART! PICNIC IN THE PARK, GeneseeOrleans Regional Arts Council’s day-long celebration featuring family activities, folk art events, entertainment and refreshment stands; Centennial Park, Richmond and Ellicott Avenues, Batavia; 585-3439313 www.GOart.org July 6 — LETCHWORTH LUAU, Hula dancing and instruction, food, beach music and swim time at the Harvey Pool Complex; noon-7pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com July 6 — BBQ, BLUES & BLAUFRANKISCH FESTIVAL, BBQ vendors, crafts, live blues bands and Blaufrankisch tastings at Inspire Moore Winery; 11am-6pm; 197 North Main Street, Naples; 585374-5970 www.inspiremoorewinery.com July 6 — SALUTE TO AMERICA at Hamlin Beach State Park with entertainment featuring Rhythm Collision Band, Pier 6 Wrestling and Friends Band in

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A great line up of entertainment is in store at the Fairport Music and Food Festival, August 24. weekend of City-sponsored musical entertainment paired with other interactive events organized by the Team E. Foundation; Highlights include a Friday concert by The Whispers at the Auditorium Theatre, a Saturday concert at Blue Cross Arena featuring TGT, Kelly Rowland, Fabolous and Chrisette Michele, the 25K National Basketball Tournament and more; www. rochestersummerfest.com July 11-14 — COSEQUIN STUART HORSE TRIALS, More than 250 riders and horses from around the world participate in this extreme athletic triathlon of equestrian sport that includes dressage, crosscountry and show jumping competition; Murray Road, Victor; www.stuarthorsetrials.org July 11-14 — LYONS PEPPERMINT DAYS, Family festival featauring games, food and crafts, local vendors, a kiddie parade and bounce house, live music all weekend, a Grand Parade and "Thunder Over the Erie" Fireworks Display; Village of Lyons; 315-9466645 July 12 — RPO’S SUMMER SPECTACULAR WITH

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• Sterling Stage Folkfest, May 23-26 Kick off the summer with 30+ folk, roots, and jam bands over four days, featuring Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, with camping, vendors and food; Sterling Stage Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Road, Sterling; 818212-9489 www.sterlingstage.com • Fiddlers Picnic, June 13-16 Celebration of American bluegrass, folk, and acoustic roots music featuring Floodwood, Dangermuffin, Rumpke Mountain Boys and more on three stages, with arts and crafts, food vendors, kids' activity area, camping available; Miller Hollow, Marion; www.fiddlerspicnic.com • Jam in the Valley, July 4-6 Concerts featuring Craig Morgan with Chris Janson on Thursday; Dierks Bentley with Scotty McCreery and Chris Cagle on Friday; Montgomery Gentry with Randy Houser and Parmalee on Saturday; Camping and huge fireworks display; Gates open 3 pm Thursday; 4 pm Friday; 3 pm Saturday; Buffalo Hill Village, Varysburg; 877-744-5488 www.jaminthevalley.com • Ameribeat Festival of Arts, July 4-7, Celebration of American culture with an eclectic mix of music, art, and cinema, with featured band Max Creek, and an Artist Village; Camping, vendors and food; Sterling Stage Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Road, Sterling; 818-212-9489 www.sterlingstage.com • Great Blue Heron Music Festival, July 5-7 Three days of roots, rock, reggae, zydeco, swing, country, hip hop, old time, blues, gospel, and bluegrass performers including Donna the Buffalo, The Campbell Brothers, Kevin Kinsella with Mosaic Foundation and many more, with food and merchandise vendors, camping, square/swing/zydeco dances, kids' and teen programs, instrumental workshops,

songwriters' and drumming circles and more; Wait Corners Road, Sherman, NY; 716-761-7190 www. greatblueheron.com • Upstate Boogie 4, July 11-14 Three days and nights of funk, soul, jazz and roots music, featuring Kung Fu with Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band, Sophistafunk, The Main Squeeze, New York Funk Exchange and more, with camping, food and craft vending; The Hideaway at Whispering Pines, 548 Townline Road, Lyons; www.statewidemusic.com

Americana luminaries Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell headline the Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance.

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• Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance, July 18-21 Roots-rockers Donna the Buffalo host four stages of an eclectic mix of music featuring headliners Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell, Rusted Root, Rubblebucket, Chatham County Line, and over 70 other bands and artists from the Finger Lakes region and around the world, with camping, a juried craft show, international and local food options, children's activities and more; Trumansburg Fairgrounds, north of Ithaca on Route 96; 607-387-5098 www. grassrootsfest.org • Brantling Bluegrass Festival, August 1-3 Brantling Ski Slopes hosts three days of national, regional and local bluegrass artists and bands, with this year's lineup including host band Rebecca Colleen and the Chore Lads, Larry Stephenson, Remington Ryde, Claire Lynch Band, Sons of Bluegrass and more, with food and craft vendors and camping available; 4015 Fish Farm Road, Sodus; 315-3312365 www.brantlingbluegrass.com • Sterling Stage String Fling, August 1-4 Featuring a mix of acoustically-inspired music, including jamgrass, traditional, gypsy jazz, and world music, with Ryan Montbleau Band, Cabinet, and more with camping, vendors and food; Sterling Stage Kampitheatre, 274 Kent Road, Sterling; 818-212-9489 www.sterlingstage.com • Turtle Hill Folk Festival, September 6-8, A weekend of concerts, jamming, dancing, workshops, children's activities, food and craft vendors and camping, with featured performers including John Gorka, Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, Mustard's Retreat, The Honey Dewdrops and more; Rotary Sunshine Campus; 809 Five Points Road, Rush; 585234-5044 www. goldenlink.org

Watkins Glen; 866-461-7223 www.FLWineFest.com 8:30am-4pm; 585-237-5375 www.perrychalkfestiFIREWORKS, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra sum July 13 — CHOCOLATE FEST, Chocolate sampling, val.com mer performance at the SUNY Geneseo Athletic Field arts and crafts vendors, food, beer and wine for July 13 — RPO’S 90TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRAin Geneseo, followed by a fireworks display; 8:30 pm; purchase, and live music featuring Sinzibukwud, Light TION, 1920’s-themed evening featuring an RPO 585-454-2100 www.rpo.org Blue, and Hard Road; noon-7pm; Held inside and performance, cocktails, dinner, dancing and a live July 12-13, 16-20 — HILL CUMORAH PAGEANT, on the grounds of Affaire de Chocolat; 1769 Penfield auction; 6 pm; Rochester Riverside Convention The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Road, Penfield; 585-387-9111 www.affairdechocoCenter, 123 East Main Street; 585-454-7311 x268 presents its annual outdoor pageant featuring a lat.com www.rpo.org costumed cast of over 650 performing on a 10-level July 13 — PERRY CHALK ART FESTIVAL, 50 chalk July 13-14 — GENESEO AIRSHOW, "The Greatest stage, with state of the art sound and effects; 9 pm artists create fine works of temporary, outdoor art in Show on Turf" offers flying performances from 10amnightly; The Cumorah Hillside, Route 21 between Downtown Perry, with live music by Kelly’s Old Timers 4:30pm each day, featuring classic warbirds, fighters, Palmyra and Manchester; 315-597-5851 www. and Creek Bend, an extended Farmers’ Market and bombers, trainers and transports, aerobatic acts and hillcumorah.org Perry Public Market, entertainment and activities for more, plus static displays, food and merchandise July 12-14 — ONTARIO BEACH SPORTS & kids, and the "Taste of Summer" fine dining event; vendors; Planes arrive on Friday, July 12; Gates MUSIC FESTIVAL, Events include pickleball, open 6 am daily; Geneseo Airport, Off Route 63, beach volleyball, sand soccer, pole vaulting, Geneseo; 585-243-2100 www.1941hag.org cornhole, rugby and the International Kettle July 13-14 — CORN HILL ARTS bell and Fitness Federation (IKFF) Western NY FESTIVAL, Featuring over 400 artists, plus the Kettlebell Sport Invitational; Ontario Beach Emerging Artists Expo, four stages of continuPark, Lake and Beach Avenues; 585-262ous live music, children’s activities, an array of 3832 www.monroecountysports.org food choices, a beer and wine garden, and new July 12-14 — GENESEO ROTARY SUMthis year, "The Fairy House Tour," giving visitors MER FESTIVAL, Sidewalk sales, craft show, a chance to build their own Fairy House; 10amgames and crafts for kids, live entertainment, 6pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; Corn Hill food, Teddy Bear Parade on Saturday, and Neighborhood; 585-262-3142 www.cornhillartsevening concert featuring The Skycoasters; festival.com Village Park, Main Street, Geneseo; www. July 13-14 — OLFACTORY FARM geneseorotary.com LAVENDER FESTIVAL, Lavender picking and July 12-14 — FINGER LAKES WINE FESlavender plants for sale, unique craft artisans, TIVAL, Friday night Launch of the Lakes and demonstrations, speakers, musical entertainment, toga party, with Saturday and Sunday festival family farm museum tours, food and specialty showcasing over 80 wineries, culinary events, treats including homemade lavender ice cream; wine seminars, regional artisans, live music, 9:30am-5pm; Olfactory Farm, 12973 Upton WGI pace car rides and more; Watkins Glen More ribs? Sure! There'll be plenty at the Brockport Rotary BBQ & Road, Red Creek; www.nylavenderfestival.com International Racetrack, County Route 16, Music Festival, June 21-23 at Northampton Park.

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48 FREETIME’S SUMMER GUIDE May 15 - May 29, 2013 tory exhibit this year, along with a new family fest, and the "Fab at 40" Pride Picnic at Genesee Valley Park on Sunday; 585244-8640 www.gayalliance.org July 20 — BLUES & BARBEQUE, Family-style event featuring bands, and barbeque, ending with a fireworks display; 1:30-9:30pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www. nysparks.com July 20 — LOLLYPALOOZA, 4’s Grass Volleyball Tournament to benefit Lollypop Farm and the Humane Society of Greater Rochester; Levels include recreation, intermediate, advanced, women’s, junior boys and junior Spencerport Volunteer Firemen's Carnival rolls into town, June 5-8. girls; 8 am check-in; Ellison Park; 585-461-1220 www. novaeventmanagement.com July 13-14 — OATKA FESTIVAL, Gala musical July 20 — WEBSTER JAZZ FESTIVAL, Jazz enterparade at 11 am Saturday, arts and crafts, food from tainment on Main Street featuring Paradigm Shift local churches and community groups, and continuwith Hard Logic, Mambo Kings, and Side Steppin’, ous entertainment both days, Duck Derby at 5 pm with food and refreshments from local establishSunday; Along the banks of Oatka Creek, LeRoy; www. ments; 5-11 pm; West Main Street, Webster; www. oatkafestival.org websterbid.com July 15-20 — GENESEE COUNTY FAIR, Midway July 20-21 — CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT, Hunrides, grandstand events, parade, car show, queen dreds of re-enactors converge on Genesee Country contest, animals, food and entertainment; Genesee Village & Museum, with two battles daily, one featurCounty Fairgrounds, Route 5, east of Batavia; www. ing artillery and mounted cavalry; The villagers offer gcfair.com concerts, specialty shopping and vignettes depicting July 16 — CONCERT AT THE LIGHTHOUSE, The civilian life during the war; 10am-4pm; 1410 Flint Irondequoit Concert Band performs at the CharlotteHill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org Genesee Lighthouse, with the Keeper’s house, tower July 20-21 — WINE COUNTRY CLASSIC BOAT and grounds open for tours, and food provided by SHOW & REGATTA, Display of classic and antique Chowder Up Seafood available from 5-8 pm; Music boats on land and in water at Hammondsport’s from 7:15-8:15 pm; 70 Lighthouse Street; 585-621Depot Park on Keuka Lake, this year featuring boats 6179 www.geneseelighthouse.org from the roaring 20’s; Regatta takes place on Sun July 16-20 — HEMLOCK "LITTLE WORLD’S" FAIR, day; Keuka Lake, Hammondsport; 315-694-7420 Midway rides, food and craft vendors, agricultural www.winecountryclassicboats.com exhibits and displays, harness racing, demolition July 20-21 — CONESUS LAKE ASSOCIATION derby, truck and tractor pulls, grandstand events, ARTS & CRAFTS SALE, Over 100 crafters, food court, Heritage Museum visits and nightly entertainment and music in the big tent ffrom 1-3 pm featuring featuring regional bands; Route 15A, Hemlock; www. Alchemy Steel Drum Band on Saturday and The HemlockFair.org Tabletop Three on Sunday; 10am-5pm Saturday; July 19-21 — ROC PRIDE 2013, Rochester’s an10am-4pm Sunday; Long Point Park on Conesus nual Pride Weekend celebrates the 40th anniversary Lake, Route 256, Geneseo; 585-346-2472 www. of the Gay Alliance, with festivities including the Pride conesuslake.org Parade on Saturday, followed by the Pride Festival at Manhattan Square Park, featuring an LGBT World His July 20-21 — PULTNEYVILLE HOMECOMING Antiques, exhibits, re-enactment, vintage cars, parade, games, a Star Spangled Concert and more; Hamlet of Pultneyville; 315-589-9892 www.w-phs.org JULY 21 — JUNGLE JOG 5K & SENECA PARK MILE, Seneca Park Zoo fundraiser that takes runners of all ages and abilities through Lower Seneca Park and past the Zoo’s animals; 5K begins at 8:15 am; Mile begins at 9:30 am; Kids’ Fun Run begins at 10 am; 2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 www. senecaparkzoo.org July 21-29 — ROCHESTER JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL, Jewish Jazz is the thing for kids and families at the Hep Kids Jazz Celebration, themed films from around the world are screened at the June 29 at Hochstein School of Music & Dance.

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Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, the Little Theatre, and JCC Hart Theatre, with visiting filmmakers and special events, including a Bar Mitzvah celebration commemorating the Festival’s 13th year; 585-461-2000 www.rjff.org July 22-27 — ORLEANS COUNTY 4-H FAIR, Rides, games and food on the midway, stage entertainment, animals, 4-H exhibits, merchandise vendors, special food nights and more; 10am-10pm; Orleans County Fairgrounds, Route 31, Knowlesville; 585-798-4265 www.orleans4-Hfair.com July 23-27 — ONTARIO COUNTY FAIR, Amusement rides, festival foods, DIRT racing, horse and tractor pulls, 4H competitions and exhibits, demolition derby, stage entertainment and more; Ontario County Fairgrounds, County Road 10, Canandaigua; 585-394-4987 www.ontariocountyfair.org July 24-27 — HILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT CARNIVAL, Amusement rides and games, Grand Parade on Thursday at 7 pm, live bands in the beer tent, food, games of chance and more; 135 South Avenue, Hilton; www.hiltonfd.org July 25-27 — EAST ROCHESTER FIREMEN’S FIELD DAYS, Chicken BBQ to be held Wednesday, July

A summertime favorite ... the Corn Hill Arts Festival returns, July 13 & 14. 24 at the East Rochester Fire Hall, 415 Main Street beginning at 4 pm; Carnival opens Thursday featuring rides, games and food, and live music nightly, with the Firemen’s Parade at 6:30 pm, and fireworks at 10 pm on Saturday; East Rochester High School Grounds, 200 Woodbine Avenue, East Rochester; www.erfd.org July 26 — CRUISIN’ NIGHT & BLOCK PARTY, Classic cars, trucks and motorcycles on display with live music, food, and kids’ activities; 5-10 pm; Downtown Geneva; 315-789-0102 downtowngeneva. org July 26-27 — WALWORTH LIONS CLUB FESTIVAL IN THE PARK, Food concessions, games, community booths and live entertainment; "Historic Walworth" Grand Parade on Friday; Crafts, Kan-Jam tournament, outdoor movie and fireworks on Saturday; 5-10:30 pm Friday; 10am-11 pm Saturday; Ginegaw Park, Penfield Road, Walworth; 315-524-9047 July 27 — PARTY MADAGASCAR, 21 and over fundraiser benefiting conservation and education projects in Madagascar, featuring crafts and other unique goods for sale in the International Marketplace, animal-themed games, cash bar, live music by Divided By Zero; 6:30-11pm; Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul Street; 585-336-7200 senecaparkzoo.org July 27 — TEN UGLY MEN FESTIVAL, Charity event featuring sports tournaments including kickball, vol-

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• Greek Festival 2013, May 30-June 2 Enjoy homemade Greek foods and specialty treats, Greek coffee, wine and beer, live traditional music and folk dancing, a Greek marketplace, Kiddie Village and more; Philanthropy Night is Friday, from 4-11pm, this year benefiting Stepping Stones Learning Center; 11am-11pm daily; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 962 East Avenue; 585-244-3377 www. RochesterGreekFestival.org • East Rochester Festa Italia, June 6-8 Enjoy authentic Italian cuisine along with arts and crafts and amusements, volleyball and bocce tournaments, a Wine Garden and entertainment, featuring headline acts, Elio Scaccio, Poperazzi, and Joe Scalissi; 4-11pm Friday-Saturday; noon-8pm Sunday; Edmund Lyon Park, East Rochester; www. festaitaliaer.com • Celtic Faire, June 29 Celebration of the culture, history and traditions of the Scots and Irish at Genesee Country Village & Museum, with musical performances by regional pipe bands, dance demonstrations and authentic food and drinks; 10am-4pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org • Festa Italiana, July 19-21 Continuous musical entertainment, Cucina Italiana featuring traditional foods and Italian Cafe with pastries, espresso and cappuccino, cultural demonstrations, arts and crafts, kids' activities, and more; Italian American Community Center, Manitou Road at Frank DiMino Way; 585-594-8882 www.iaccrochester.org • Macedonian Ethnic Festival, July 19-21 Ethnic food dishes and baked goods, large exhibit of artifacts and photos of Macedonian heritage, youth games and games of chance, live Macedonian music and group dancing; 5pm-midnight Friday; noon-1am Saturday; noon-11pm Sunday; St. Dimitria Macedonian Orthodox Church, 235 Telephone Road, West Henrietta; 585-334-6675 www.macedonianfest.com • Native American Dance & Music Festival, July 27-28 Award-winning and internationally renowned musicians Arvel Bird and Jennifer Kreisberg headline this year's event; Also featuring Iroquois dance performleyball and a 5K race, with food, live music and kids’ activities; 10am-8pm; Genesee Valley Park, enter north side; www.tenuglymen.com July 27 — CONCERT ON THE MEADOW, Enjoy the classic sounds of Beatle Magic on the amphitheatreshaped Great Meadow at Genesee Country Village & Museum; Festival foods, treats and beer vendors available; 5-9 pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org July 27-28 — SPENCERPORT CANAL DAYS, Arts and crafts, live music, food, children’s activities, the Canaligator Race, and classic car show at Pineway Ponds Park on Saturday; 10am-5pm; Downtown Spencerport; www.spencerportcanaldays.com July 27-28 — WATERFRONT ART FESTIVAL, Juried fine art and crafts festival on Canandaigua Lake, food vendors available; 10am-5pm; Kershaw Park, Lakeshore Drive, Canandaigua; 585-671-9102 www. waterfrontartfestival.com July 28 — PERINTON PARK SUMMER FEST, Children’s activities, games and entertainment including Doug "Bubbleman" Rougeux, Airplay, Sportsworks Express Train Rides, the Seneca Park Zoomobile, clowns, jugglers, live music, food, canoe rentals and

St. Stanislaus Church celebrates its heritage, hosting the annual Polish Arts Festival, August 2 & 3. ances, artisan demonstrations, numerous familyfriendly activities, a Native Arts Market, and new this year, the Family String Jam; 10am-6pm; Ganondagan State Historic Site, 1488 State Route 444, Victor; www.ganondagan.org • St. Stanislaus Polish Arts Festival, August 2-3 Delicious Polish food, live polka music and dancing, children’s games, arts and crafts, baked goods, games of chance and more; 5-11pm Friday; 4-11pm Saturday; St. Stanislaus Church Grounds, 1124 Hudson Avenue; 585-467-3068 www.polishartsfest.org • German Fest, August 9-10 Federation of German-American Societies festival to be held two days this year, featuring authentic homemade German food, German beverages, games, souvenirs, German folk dancing and music by Die Lustigen Almdudler; 3-11pm Friday; 11am-11pm Saturday; Spencerport Firemen’s Field, 75 South Union Street, Spencerport; www.rochestergerman. com • Puerto Rican Festival, August 9-11 Live music featuring headline performances by Jerry more; 1-6 pm; Perinton Park, O’Connor Road and Route 31F, Fairport; 585-223-0770 www.perinton.org July 30-August 3 — LIVINGSTON COUNTY FAIR, Livingston County’s agricultural fair featuring rides, games, food, animals, demolition derby, entertainment and more; Livingston County Fairgrounds, Route 36, Caledonia; 585-538-2168 www.livingstoncountyfair.org

• AUGUST • August 1-4 — MONROE COUNTY FAIR, All-new fair with gardening, cooking, crafting competitions, animals, rides, music, local foods and drinks, and more TBA; Monroe County Fairgrounds, 2695 East Henrietta Road; www.mcfair.com August 1-4 — PHELPS SAUERKRAUT FESTIVAL, Carnival rides, food vendors and community organizations, live music, parade, fireworks, cabbage head decorating, 20K Sauerkraut Road Race, Sauerkraut Cake Cutting Ceremony and more; Firemen’s Field, 77 Ontario Street, Phelps; www.phelpsny.com August 2-4 — TINKER HOMESTEAD & FARM MUSEUM CIVIL WAR DAYS, Friday evening concert fea-

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Rivera, Ruben Blades and Oscar D'Leon, plus local bands, dance groups, youth performances, children's activities, plenty of food and more, with this year's theme "Peace, Respect, and Dignity"; noon-11pm Friday; noon-11pm Saturday; noon-7:30pm Sunday; Frontier Field VIP Lot; 585-234-7660 www.prfestival. org • Carifest 2013, August 10 Carnival costume parade kicks off the fest at 11 am on Liberty Pole Way, leading to the Riverside Festival Site where the festival continues with Caribbean music, arts and crafts, children’s entertainment and activities, Caribbean delicacies and more; 1-10 pm; Court and Exchange Streets; 585-234-0909 www. rwifo.com • St. Josaphat Ukrainian Festival, August 15-18 Ukrainian arts and crafts including embroidery, wood carvings, jewelry and Ukrainian Easter eggs, traditional Ukrainian foods, performances by Zirka Ukrainian Dance Ensemble and Cheremosh School of Ukrainian Dance, plus music for dancing Thursday-Saturday; St. Josaphat Church Grounds, 940 East Ridge Road; 585-266-2255 www. rochesterukrainianfestival.com • 2013 Greek Fest, August 22-25 Greek foods and desserts, crafts and Greek Boutique, live music, dance performances and instruction, church tours; 11am-10pm Thursday; 11am-11pm Friday-Saturday; 11am-8pm Sunday; Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit, 835 South Avenue; 585271-3150 www.highlandgreekfest.com • International Spanish & World Festival, September 1 Learn about the twenty Spanish speaking countries and other cultures around the world, with food, live music and dance at Rochester Public Market; 10am6pm; 280 North Union Street; 585-325-6650 www. JuanAndMarias.com • Rochester Irish Festival, September 6-8 Traditional music, Irish dance, “Celtic College” seminars, Irish and Celtic vendors, children’s entertainment and activities; 3-11 pm Friday; noon-11 pm Saturday; noon-6 pm Sunday; Camp Eastman, Lakeshore Boulevard, Irondequoit; www.rochesteririshfestival.com

turing Excelsior Brigade Fife and Drum at 6:30 pm; Living history encampment on Saturday and Sunday, with battles at 2 pm; 10am-4pm; Tinker Nature Park, 1525 Calkins Road, Henrietta; 585-359-7044 August 3 — CENTRAL NEW YORK WINE & JAZZ FEST, Upstate New York wineries offer tastings and sales with live jazz entertainment featuring headliner Gap Mangione and The New Blues Band, with the John Cole Blues Band, Andy Stobie and the Greater Finger Lakes Jazz Orchestra plus specialty vendors and food booths; 11am-8pm; Main Street and Northrup Park, Wolcott; www.wolcottlionsclub.org August 3 — WEBSTER FOLK MUSIC FESTIVAL, Live acoustic and folk acts, with an Acoustic Instrument Petting Zoo, a jam tent, food and more; 2-10 pm; Webster Village Gazebo Park, North Avenue, Webster; www.websterbid.com August 3 — LIMA CROSSROADS FESTIVAL, Arts, crafts and food vendors, pony rides, petting zoo and Kids’ Carnival, the famous bed race, lima bean recipe contest, and entertainment featuring a special concert by Bat McGrath; Routes 5 & 20 and 15A, Lima; www.limafest.org August 3 — FIDDLERS’ PICNIC, Nine acts

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featuring old time country music at Long Point Park on Conesus Lake, with off stage jam sessions, BBQ available or bring your own picnic; 11am-8pm; West Lake Road (Route 256), Geneseo; 716-801-5230 www.geneseony.com August 3 — CONCERT ON THE HILL & CLASSIC CAR SHOW, 50’s and 60’s music and classic car show with trophies awarded, food and fun; 3-7 pm; Trailside Lodge at Letchworth State Park; 585-4933600 www.nysparks.com August 3-4 — PARK AVE SUMMER ART FEST, More than 300 artists from across the U.S. and Canada line the streets of Park Avenue from Alexander Street to Culver Road, with a wide variety of food vendors and live music on three stages; 10am-6pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; www.rochesterevents. com / www.park-avenue.org August 3-4 — LAURA INGALLS WILDER DAYS, Celebration of one of the most popular writers of 19th-century frontier life, featuring hands-on activities, games and contests, and celebrity guest appearance by Little House on the Prairie cast member; 10am-4pm; Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-5386822 www.gcv.org August 3-4 — GLORIOUS GARLIC FESTIVAL at Fox Run Vineyards, highlighting garlic and wine with over 30 vendors, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, local foods, live music and more; 11am-5pm; 670 State Route 14, West Side of Seneca Lake; 800-636-9786 www.foxrunvineyards.com AUGUST 7-10 — PAGEANT OF STEAM, Displays and demonstrations of antique farm equipment, parades, tractor pulls, craft and flea market, concessions, live music, camping available; 8am-8pm; Gehan Road, off Routes 5 & 20 East, Canandaigua; www.pageantofsteam.org

August 8-11 — HAMLIN FIREMEN’S CARNIVAL, Midway rides, games and food, Grand Firemen’s Parade on Friday, and live bands in the Beer Tent; Firemen’s Fields, 1503 Lake Road, Hamlin; 585-9642330 August 9-10 — PALMYRA PIRATE WEEKEND,

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Friday evening screening of The Goonies in Palmyra Village Park kicks off the Erie Canal’s "Premiere Pirate Party," which continues on Saturday with bed races, the Jolly Roger 5K, specialty artisans, craft and food vendors, a Pirate Dunking Booth, Pirate Puppy Parade, live music and festival food; Village of Palmyra; 585-368-8081 www.piratesoftheeriecanal.com August 9-10 — WEBSTER VILLAGE DAYS MUSIC FEST featuring Brass Taxi on Friday from 7-10 pm, Guy Smiley and more bands TBA on Saturday from 8-11 pm, with food and refreshments from local establishments; Webster Village Gazebo Park, North Avenue, Webster; www.websterbid.com August 9-11 — NATIONAL SILVER BALL TOURNAMENT, More than a dozen teams from across the Midwest, East Coast and Canada compete in period style uniforms using 1865 rules at Genesee Country Village & Museum’s 11th annual base ball tournament, with the Championship game played on Sunday; 10am-4pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org August 10 — AVON ROTARY CORN FESTIVAL, Day-long music on three stages, arts and crafts, Kids Zone activities, a corn eating contest, food court featuring steamed corn and corn fritters, and an evening concert featuring Prime Time Funk from 7-11 pm; Village of Avon; www.avonrotary.org August 10-11 — FINGER LAKES RIESLING FESTIVAL, Riesling wine and New York State craft beer samplings and seminars, cooking demonstrations, arts and crafts, live music on three stages, local farmers’ market, bounce house and game area for kids; 10am-5pm Saturday; noon-5pm Sunday; Canandaigua Rotary Waterfront Festival & Street Dance on Saturday from 5pm-10:30pm,

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Street Macines of Rochester at Badgerow Park • Street Machines of Rochester Cruise-In & Outdoor Auto Show, June 8-9 Super Cruise held on Saturday from 4-8 pm, with food and drinks and music from DJ Dave C; Gates open at 9 am on Sunday for the 39th annual Auto Show featuring classics, customs, street machines, motorcycles, street rods and race cars, with food, music, prizes, and vendors; Badgerow Park, 1120 Latta Road; www.streetmachinesofrochester.com • Pittsford International Auto & Bike Show, June 9 Cars and bikes on display at Pittsford Municipal Parking Lot, with 50/50 raffle benefiting the Gary Brown Foundation for MSA; noon-5 pm; Off State Street, Pittsford; 585-248-3810 www. bajorekagencyinc.com • Father’s Day Car & Motorcycle Cruise, June 16 View autos and motorcycles of varying vintages from a variety of Auto Clubs and private owners on the grounds of Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion; Vote for your favorite in the People's Choice Awards; Prizes, music, and food; 151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585-394-4922 www.sonnenberg.org • Bay View Rods & Classics, June 30 Finger Lakes Classic Car Club show with 60 plaques and 4 trophies awarded; Car parts vendors; Gates open 9 am for spectators; Damascus Shrine Field, 979 Bay Road, Webster; 585-733-3448 www. fingerlakesclassiccarclub.com • Sports Car Festival, July 21 MG Car Club of Western New York show with vendors, car corral, dealer displays, "How Long Will it Run?" event and more; Elks Lodge, 1066 Jackson Road, Webster; www.mgcarclub.com • Bug Bust 23, August 4 Finger Lakes Region Volkswagen Club all Volkswagen car show and swap meet, with awards in 16 show classes, food and beverages available; 9am-3pm; Webster Schroeder High School, 875 Ridge Road, Webster; 585-671-5914 www.flrvwc.com • Genesee Valley Antique Car Society Show, August 4 Antique Car, Classic Car, Street Rod & Truck Show held rain or shine, including antiques, arts, crafts and collectibles, auto flea market and car corral; 9am-3pm; Roberts Wesleyan College Campus, 2301 Westside Drive; www.gvacs.com • Wayne Drumlins Antique Auto Show, August 18 Antique car show featuring 24 classes with trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place, with large flea market and car corral, food available; 8am-4pm; Marion Town Park, 4072 Park Drive, Marion; 315-926-5003 www.waynedrumlinsauto.com   

featuring food, drinks, live music and fireworks; Lakeshore Drive from City Pier to Steamboat Landing, Canandaigua; www.rieslingfestival.com August 10-11 — BROCKPORT ARTS FESTIVAL, Over 100 exhibitors, food vendors, a wine garden under the Big Tent and live entertainment, with a vintage car cruise-in scheduled for Saturday; a farmers’ market and the popular Duck Derby on Sunday; Main Street, Brockport; 585-395-0837 www.brockportartsfestival.com August 10-11 — CHURCHVILLE LIONS CLUB COUNTRY FAIR, Parade, craft and commercial vendors, hay rides, pony rides, and petting zoo, with New York State Professional Lumberjack Association events, live music and fireworks on Saturday; Antique tractor pulls and Chicken BBQ on Sunday; West Buffalo Street at Park Road, Churchville; www.churchvillelions.org August 12-17 — WAYNE COUNTY FAIR, Midway rides, live bands and entertainment including the Bob Greco Band featuring The Morgan Twins, and The Skycoasters, agricultural and 4H exhibits, animals, wine tasting, children’s entertainment and activities, demolition derby, parade and fireworks; Gates open 10 am; Wayne County Fairgrounds, West Jackson Street, Palmyra; 315-597-5372 www. waynecountyfair.org August 17 — VILLAGE DAYS STREET FESTIVAL, Vendor booths, kids’ activities, food and live music will be offered on both East and West Main Streets in the Village of Webster; 9:30am-4pm; www.websterbid.com August 17 — CLARISSA STREET REUNION, Neighborhood celebration featuring a parade, vendors, food, children’s activities and live entertainment including gospel, jazz, r & b and poetry; Clarissa Street, from Troup Street to McCree Way; 585-2344177 August 17 — SCOTTSVILLE SUMMERFEST, Arts and crafts, music, food, children’s activities, fireworks and more; 10am-9pm; Johnson Park, Browns Avenue, Scottsville; www.scottsvilleny.org August 17 — SUMMER IN THE CITY FESTIVAL, Downtown Batavia celebrates summer with a car show, food and craft vendors, and live entertainment featuring Terry Buchwald on Main Street; 11am-9pm; Routes 5 & 63, Batavia; 585-344-0900 www. downtownbataviany.com August 17-18 — ARTS AT THE GARDENS, Juried fine art and fine craft show and sale on the grounds of Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion, featuring 100 artists, a variety of food, live musical entertainment, with local wine and craft beer available at the Finger Lakes Wine Center/Beer Garden Tent; 10am-5pm;

151 Charlotte Street, Canandaigua; 585-394-4922 www.artsatthegardens.org August 17-18 — OLD-TIME FIDDLERS’ FAIR, A full weekend of traditional music with hundreds of musicians, from beginner to polished professional, providing non-stop entertainment; Bring your fiddle for free admission and play on one of three stages, or jam under a tree in the historic village; 10am-4pm; Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585-538-6822 www.gcv.org August 17-18 — HAMMONDSPORT FESTIVAL OF CRAFTS, Juried show on the Village Square featuring the work of 125 fine craftspeople, with continuous craft demonstrations; 10am-5pm; Village of Hammondsport; 607-569-2898 www.hammondsport.org

Savor the joys of garlic and wine at Fox Run Vineyards' 21st annual Glorious Garlic Festival, August 3 & 4.

August 18 — SUSAN B. ANTHONY FESTIVAL, Celebrating the 93rd anniversary of voting rights for women, featuring entertainment, food and craft vendors, and Anthony House tours offered at a special rate; noon-5pm; Susan B. Anthony Museum & House and Susan B. Anthony Park, Madison and Kings Streets; 585-235-6124 www.susanbanthonyhouse. org August 18 — US UNLIMITED POAGS HOLE CHAMPIONSHIP, Professional motorcycle hillclimb, with food and merchandise vendors onsite; Gates open 9 am with racing at 12:30 pm; Poags Hole Road, Interstate 390 Exit 4, Dansville; 585-335-9260 www.poagshole.com August 22-September 2 — NEW YORK STATE FAIR, Summer showcase of New York State agriculture, entertainment, industry and technology, with over 375 acres of animals, exhibits and displays, midway rides, games, and big name entertainment; Empire Expo Center, State Fair Boulevard, Syracuse; 800-475-FAIR www.nysfair.org August 24 — FAIRPORT MUSIC & FOOD FESTIVAL, 9th annual Golisano Children’s Hospital benefit featuring live music on three stages, a "A Taste of Fairport" restaurants, and children’s As the summer begins to wind down, it’s time to gear up for activities along the Erie Canal in Fairport; noon10pm; Liftbridge Lane, Off Main Street, Fairport; Memorial Art Gallery’s Clothesline Festival, www.FairportMusicFest.com September 7 & 8.

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• September • September 1 — SUMMER FAREWELL FESTIVAL, Live bands, family activities, food and fireworks display; 1-9 pm; Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 585-493-3600 www. nysparks.com September 7 — ­ HANG AROUND VICTOR DAY, Community organizations, music, arts and crafts, food and family entertainment; 9am-5pm; Meade Square Park and Village Hall Parking Lot, Downtown Victor; 585-742-1476 www.VictorChamber. com September 7 — VICTORFEST 2013, Evening of music featuring area bands, with a “Taste of Victor” restaurants and table of sweets, capped off with a fireworks display at 9:30 pm; 5-10pm; Mead Live music, specialty foods, and temporary works of art Square/Victor Library Parking Lot, 39 West Main can be enjoyed at the Perry Chalk Art Festival, July 13. Street, Victor; 585-742-0140 www.victorny.org September 7-8 — M&T BANK CLOTHESLINE ARTS FESTIVAL, Rochester’s largest and longest August 24 — VICTORIAN DAY, Step back into the running fine art and crafts festival held on the "Gaslight Era," the waning years of the 19th century, grounds of the Memorial Art Gallery, with all-day as buildings, fashions and activities from that era live entertainment, food vendors and free family art are featured at Genesee Country Village & Museum; activities; 10am-6pm Saturday; 10am-5pm Sunday; 10am-4pm; 1410 Flint Hill Road, Mumford; 585500 University Avenue; 585-276-8900 mag.roches538-6822 www.gcv.org ter.edu August 24 — ONTARIO SUMMER SEND OFF, September 7-8 — MACEDON CENTER LUMBERDaytime carnival with rides and games, petting zoo JACK FESTIVAL, Amateur lumberjack competition on and children’s entertainment, the Wayne County Car Saturday, professional competition on Sunday with Show, live music, food, an outdoor movie and fireevents including log-rolling, two-man crosscut, bow works; 1pm-11pm; Casey Park, Knickerbocker Road, sawing, log chop, springboard and more; Greased Ontario; 315-524-7020 www.ontariotown.org pole climb at 5 pm both days, plus craft and col August 24-25 — STONE TOOL TECHNOLOGY lectibles sale, commercial exhibitors, kids’ activities, SHOW, Flintknapping, tool making demonstrations, food vendors and pancake breakfasts; Gates open 8 Native American crafts, 19th Century Mountain am; Macedon Center Firemen’s Field, Route 31F and Men encampment, Atl-Atl competition; 10am-6pm; Canandaigua Road, Macedon Center; 315-986Highbanks Recreation Area, Letchworth State Park; 3732 www.macedoncenterfire.org 585-493-3600 www.nysparks.com September 10-15 — GREENTOPIA FESTIVAL, August 29-September 2 — NEW YORK STATE Celebration of sustainability and the green movement FESTIVAL OF BALLOONS, Balloon Glow on Thursday featuring a film festival, speakers, classical, Amerievening at Brae Burn Golf Course; Festival opens cana and jazz music, street performers, vendors, Friday featuring balloon launches and rides, arts and sustainable crafts, an EcoFest and more; In and crafts, continuous entertainment, a car show, food around Rochester and High Falls; 585-287-5560 court, children’s rides and amusements; Dansville www.greentopiafest.com Municipal Airport, Entrance on Maple Street, Dans September 14 — TASTIN’ THE BLUES, Blues ville; www.nysfob.com music featuring Steve Grills and the Roadmasters, August 31 — ONTARIO BARN FESTIVAL, All day chili judging and locally brewed beer sampling; noonlive bluegrass, roots and alternative music, BBQ, arts 4pm; Penfield Amphitheater, Veterans’ Memorial Park, and crafts, promotion of solar energy, apple picking, 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield; 585-340-8655 www. free ice cream and face painting; 11am-7pm; Ontario penfield.org Barn Vineyards, 513 Whitney Road, Ontario; www. September 14 — PITTSFORD CELEBRATES, ontariovineyards.com Games, rides and family activities, food from local restaurants, festival-style treats, and daylong music featuring headlining band, The Skycoasters, ending with fireworks over the canal; noon-9pm; Municipal Parking Lot behind Pittsford Community Library, Downtown Pittsford; www. townofpittsford.org September 15 — ARTIST ROW ART FAIR, Juried art show at Rochester Public Market, showcasing live performances by local and regional musicians, dancers and singers, and featuring booths from local community organizations; 10am-4pm; 280 North Union Street; www.marketfriends.org

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Summer Shows! • Celebrating the Champions of the Season's Final Major, opening May 24 In anticipation of the PGA Championship's return to Rochester in August, Rochester Museum and Science Center hosts an exhibition assembled by the PGA of America that honors the history and tradition of the Season's Final Major; 657 East Avenue; 585-2711880 www.rmsc.org • The Gender Show, opening June 8 George Eastman House explores how gender is presented in an exhibition of 140 photographs from its permanent collection, featuring a wide range of artists that include Edward Steichen, Edward Weston, Andy Warhol, Mary Ellen Mark, Cindy Sherman, Richard Avedon, and many more; 900 East Avenue; 585-271-3361 www.eastmanhouse.org

Take a stroll along the “Boardwalk” at National Museum of Play at The Strong. • The Wonderful World of Black Holes, opens July 1 A new star show opens at RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium covering ten things the public may not have heard about black holes, backed up by real science, and high resolution visualizations; 657 East Avenue; 585-271-1880 www.rmsc.org • Electricity Theater, opens July 2 Discover the excitement of electricity when Rochester Museum & Science Center presents a new exhibition experience featuring "singing" Tesla coils that display brilliant lightning zaps, accompanied by popular music; Visitors can also learn about lightning, conductors, insulators and storm safety; 657 East Avenue; 585-281-1880 www.rmsc.org • Boardwalk Arcade, opens July 6 National Museum of Play at The Strong invites visitors to "step right up" and play pinball and arcade games, spin a Wheel of Fortune, snap a photo with beach props and cut-outs, and more when it presents this summer exhibition celebrating seaside amusements; One Manhattan Square; 585-263-2700 www. museumofplay.org • 64th Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition, opens July 14 Memorial Arts Gallery hosts Rochester's oldest and longest-running juried exhibition, showcasing 100 works by emerging and established artists from a 27-county region of western New York; 500 University Avenue; 585-276-8900 mag.rochester.edu

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Sports BATTER UP!

ROCHESTER’S MAJORS...

Rochester Red Wings

95th PGA Championship

Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way; 585-423-WING www. RedWingsBaseball. com May 15-17 — vs. Durham Bulls; May 23-26 — vs. Charlotte Knights; May 27-30 — vs. Lehigh Valley IronPigs; June 8-11 — vs. Toledo Mud Hens; June 13-16 — vs. Gwinnett Braves; June 19-20 — vs. Scranton/WB Go Wings! Take in a game at Frontier Field, where Rochester’s boys of summer “play ball!”

AT THE RACES Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack

Route 96, Farmington; 585-935-5252 / 585-924-3232 www.fingerlakescasino.com Live Thoroughbred Racing Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday, 1:10 pm post time (12:35 pm on Fridays); 2013 Major Stakes: July 20 — New York Derby; September 28 — New York Breeders’ Futurity

Watkins Glen International

2790 County Route 16, Watkins Glen; 866461-RACE www.TheGlen.com June 28-30 — Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen; July 5-7 — SCCA Double Nationals; August 8-11 — CheezIt 355 at The Glen; September 6-8 — Glenora Wine Cellars U.S. Vintage Grand Prix

Yankees; July 1-2 — vs. Syracuse Chiefs; July 4-7 — vs. Pawtucket Red Sox; July 18-19 — vs. Syracuse Chiefs; July 22-25 — vs. Lehigh Valley IronPigs; July 26-29 — vs. Norfolk Tides; August 3-4 — vs. Syracuse Chiefs; August 17-20 — vs. Louisville Bats; August 22-25 — vs. Indianapolis Indians; August 26-27 — vs. Syracuse Chiefs; August 30-31 — vs. Buffalo Bisons; September 1-2 — vs. Scranton/WB Yankees

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On Stage Artpark

450 South Fourth Street, Lewiston, NY; 888223-6000 / 716-754-4375 www.artpark.net July 11-19 — The Sound of Music

THEATER MACK AT THE CAYUGA MUSEUM, 203 Genesee Street, Auburn: June 13-August 17 — The PiTCH New Works Series

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Blackfriars Theatre

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Route 21, Pultneyville; www. gateshall.com July 19-21 — The Gatesinger Company Ltd. presents Yeoman of the Guard or The Merryman and His Maid

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Geva Theatre Center

151 South Main Street, Naples; 585-3746318 www.bvtnaples.org June 13-23 — The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps and Gowns; June 27-July 7 — boom; July 11-21 — Accomplice; July 25-August 4 — To Kill a Mockingbird; August 8-18 — The Big Bang; August 22-September 1 — Pass the Remote! The Boob Tube Revue

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Josie Waverly channels country music legend Patsy Cline in My Gal Patsy, on stage at Downstairs Cabaret.

3 Downtown Rochester Locations and Winton Place, Brighton; 585325-4370 www. downstairs cabaret.com thru June 10 — Respect: A Musical Journey of Women; May 18-19, June 23 & 30, July 2728, August 24-25, September 28-29 — My Gal Patsy; June 7-9 — The Accidental Hero; June 13-23 — Dream Lover: A Salute to the Music of Bobby Darin; Summer Dates TBA — Good Rockin’ Live! Sun Records and the Birth of Rock ’N Roll; Summer Dates TBA — Song Man, Dance Man

Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival

Auburn, NY Venues; 800-457-8897 www. fingerlakesmtf.com MERRY-GO-ROUND PLAYHOUSE, 6877 East Lake Road, Auburn: May 29-June 19 — Singin’ in the Rain; June 26-July 17 — Legally Blonde; July 24-August 14 — Gentlemen Prefer Blondes; August 25-September 11 — Cats; September 18-October 5 — Hank Williams: Lost Highway AUBURN PUBLIC THEATER, 108 Genesee Street, Auburn: June 6-29 — The Great American Trailer Park Musical; July 18-August 10 — Neurosis: A New Musical

MoM - The Rock Concert Musical hits the Geva Theatre Center Mainstage in July.

75 Woodbury Boulevard; 585-232-Geva www. gevatheatre.org thru June 2 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream; thru June 2 — Venus in Fur (The Nextstage); June 12-29 — Big Pants & Botox; July 22-August 3 — MoM - The Rock Concert Musical

Greece Athena HS Forum Room

800 Long Pond Road; 585-234-5636 www. greeceperformingarts.org July 19-20, 26-27 — GPAS Summer Theatre presents Forever Plaid

Hangar Theatre

801 Taughanock Boulevard (Route 89), Ithaca; 607-273-8588 hangartheatre.org June 13-29 — Last of the Red Hot Lovers; July 4-20 — Gypsy; July 25-August 3 — 4000 Miles; August 8-17 — Clybourne Park KIDDSTUFF: June 20-22 — Pinkalicious the Musical; July 11-13 — With Two Wings; July 18-20 — A Year With Frog and Toad; August 1-3 — James and the Giant Peach; August 15-17 — The Wiz

Highland Park Bowl

1200 South Avenue; 585-234-7840 www. rochestercommunityplayers.org July 5-20 — RCP’s Shakespeare Players present Twelfth Night

JCC’s Hart Theatre

1200 Edgewood Avenue; 585-461-2000 x235 www.jccrochester.org May 30-June 9 — Push Physical Theatre presents Arc of Ages; July 20-28 — JCC SummerStage presents Legally Blonde, The Musical

MuCCC - Multi-use Community Cultural Center 142 Atlantic Avenue; www.muccc.org May 17-19 — Rochester Latino Theatre Company: Sombras de Nuestros Rostras (Shadows of Our Faces); May 21 — If Boys Wore Skirts; May 30-June 8 — Barrymore; June 13-16 — ShakeCo presents ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore; June 20-29 — Eugene Ionesco Double Bill: The Lesson / The Bald Soprano; June 30 — Slow Parade: An Evening of Short Plays by Louie Podlaski; July 6 — Polite Company Improv: Summer Camp; July 19 — ShakeCo Radio Theater: The Adventures

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Penfield Community Center

1985 Baird Road, Penfield; 585-340-8655 www.penfield.org Young Open and Honest Players: June 7-8 — Brighton Beach Memoirs; August 16-17 — Picnic

Pittsford Musicals

Panara Theatre, RIT Campus; 585-586-1500 www.pittsfordmusicals.org June 14-15, 20-22 — A Chorus Line

Shaw Festival

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada; 800511-SHAW www.shawfest.com FESTIVAL THEATRE: thru November 3 — Guys and Dolls; thru October 19 — Lady Windermere’s Fan; June 25-October 26 — Enchanted April COURT HOUSE THEATRE: May 19-October 12 — Peace in Our Time: A Comedy; May 29-October 12 — Trifles (Lunchtime One-Acts); July 4-October 13 — The Light in the Piazza ROYAL GEORGE THEATRE: thru October 19 — Major Barbara; thru October 27 — Our Betters; June 13October 6 — Faith Healer STUDIO THEATRE: July 14-September 7 — Arcadia

Smith Opera House

82 Seneca Street, Geneva; 866-355-LIVE www.gtglive.org August 9-11, 15-17 — Geneva Theatre Guild presents Guys and Dolls

SUNY Geneseo Campus

Alice Austin Theatre, Brodie Hall; www. geneseocommunityplayers.org July 25-27 — Geneseo Community Players present State Fair

Artpark in Lewiston will be alive with The Sound of Music, July 11-19.

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From classic to cutting edge, we are ready to help find the perfect look for your wedding, prom or special event in 2013. changes and other unfavorable experiences. Now, they have a new CD due out in June celebrating their passion for classic hard rock – Just For You. Look for a series of upcoming performances including shows at Quaker Steak & Lube on July 3rd and August 25th. (www.wilkesbooth.com) •On Saturday, May 18, The Isotopes will be celebrating a new record, The Isotopes Overstay Their Welcome, with a release party at

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have met Havens will remember his gentle and compassionate nature, his light humor and his powerful presence,” his publicist said. Havens’ family issued this statement:  “Heartfelt thanks for the worldwide showing of love and respect for Richie. This is a very difficult time for everyone and knowing you're all right here with us is tremendously moving. As per his very specific wishes, Richie was cremated on Tuesday and his ashes were placed in a beautiful stone pyramid ur n. Later in the summer they will be scattered across the field where the Woodstock festival took place in 1969, Max Yasgur's farm, now Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. “Knowing Richie wanted a party rather than a somber memorial, we have decided to schedule a few public events because, as you all know, Richie considered the world his family, and each and every one of you his friends. We think he'd be just fine with one last tour.” On April 29th, there was a viewing in New York City at City Winery, to which “any and all are welcome to come say goodbye to Richie.”   Plans for a memorial concert are also underway. (Information will be posted on his web site: www.richiehavens.com) Havens once told his grandmother that he wanted to meet “everybody in the whole world.” “I’m actually doing it.  I’ve been around the planet about 31 times. I find I’m one of everyone. There are no real distinctions here,” he later said. “They are proffered distinctions, not actual. People are people no matter where you go. That commonness of all things we need to serve.” Havens sensed that, for some people, he represented a spirit that is being kept alive.  “And really it is them being part of what is already really alive,” he noted. “It’s us connecting and having a moment to reflect: on our background and our world and the world we want to have still.” Havens said he had “one big cause.” “That’s to be able to communicate with as many people as I can get to meet, to communicate what I know and to talk about things we could be doing.  All of these things are what changes the world every day for everyone,” he said.

The artist believed he has the best of both worlds. “I get to see people who are just seeing me for the first time.  Kids are now joining that group.   It’s very interesting,” he said.  There is always a generation, and he estimated they arrive every two to three years, that moves into its teenage years and discover Woodstock for the first time. “A lot of them have been showing up for the last several years. I’m getting chased by all these young packs of guys under four feet tall,” he said, laughing.  And their grandparents often are in the audience, too, he added. “It’s an amazing thing. There is a newness to every day I play.” “Woodstock” remained a defining moment for him and many as a cultural and musical landmark. “We started back in the late ‘50s. Even I expected to have a Woodstock in a much earlier time than it happened. In the late ‘50s we were looking for something that showed how we felt; we had feelings and wanted to express them. People my age have an artistic sense about them in whatever job they do,” he said. “The way we played music created new gears,” he added about his generation of artists. “If it wasn’t for FM radio none of us would have been here, including Bob Dylan. We didn’t want to put our songs into three-minute capsules (of AM pop radio). We couldn’t do that.” Music, he added, is the language he knew for certain that can transform things. “It’s the language and it has to be thought of as exactly that,” he explained. “And we choose the innuendoes and scenery and everything else, and we put it together so people can see it in their minds and go there. Most of us want a peaceful place to be. There are a lot of beautiful places out there.” And Richie Havens’ music was very much one of those places. Editor’s note: Rex Rutkoski covered and many times interviewed Richie Havens since returning from the Army in Vietnam in 1970, and suggests that Havens’ music helped Vietnam veterans come to terms with their experiences in the war.

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 Written by Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof; directed by J.J. Abrams With Chris Pike, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana, Simon Pegg, Benedict Cumberbatch Rated PG-13 By Ed Symkus It’s a grim, foreboding title. Lots of bad stuff happens. There are terrorists who cause major devastation. There are life and death situations. There are Klingons, just itching to do what they like best: go to war. Things get worse before they get better.

But for some viewers, this sequel to J.J. Abrams’ really, really good, but not quite great reboot of the franchise is going to be an absolute joyride. Here are a few reasons why: The writing has been knocked up a few notches; though Kirk and Spock still remain, as they should, at the film’s center, the rest of the crew has been given more to do; and most important, Into Darkness takes the shape of a valentine to Star Trek fans, especially those who have been into it since the original TV show. Spread generously throughout the film are little shout-outs to us. A couple of times the film just walks up and says hello to hardcore fans of the show and to a lesser degree, the first films. Newcomers to the Star Trek universe won’t realize what’s going on, while certain references

will make those in the know smile wide. But whether you’re a geeklevel fan or just a casual moviegoer, the less you know about the film in advance, the more you’ll enjoy it. With tha t in mind , here are the very few pieces of it that it’s OK to be in on. It takes place in 2259. No, that’s not a star date, it’s the year. Some of it happens in San Francisco, some in London, some way out in space, the final frontier. Some time is taken to provide a bit of insight into Spock’s mind. Spock is and always will be a stick-to-the-rules guy. Kirk is a freewheeling leader who does what needs to be done to get things done. Someone utters the words “acting Captain Sulu.” Actually, there’s so much going on in this movie, I’m going to let loose with four lines of dialogue, totally out of context. “We’re defenseless, sir!” “Beam me out!” (Yes, that’s out, not up.) “What are you doing with that Tribble?” (I told you there were references.) “Dammit, I’m a doctor, not a ...” (You can fill in the rest.) Star Trek Into Darkness starts

the way great action movies should start, with a lot of action. Kirk and Bones are literally on the run, Spock is busy putting his life on the line (and wearing the coolest copper colored space suit). Interplanetary rules are broken, souls are bared, fast banter is volleyed, and attitudes are very much on display, as are relationships. The romantic one between Spock and Uhura has become serious; swinging single Kirk is revealed to have a thing for alien females – yes, that’s plural (You can tell they’re aliens because they have tails!). Even back in its early TV days, Star Trek was famous for making its stories the most important piece of the puzzle. This one’s no exception, and Into Darkness’ story really kicks into gear with the introduction of the villainous John Harrison (the deep-voiced Benedict Cumberbatch, British TV’s current Sherlock Holmes). Initially we don’t know much about this guy except that he’s responsible for what would generally be termed a terrorist attack on a major city, and that he is, according to the folks in Star Fleet, “one of our own.” There are spectacular visuals to match the wild action, and there are moments of quiet, serious talk that nicely complement perfect segments of comic relief. Best of all, the writers have learned an important lesson from 2009’s Star Trek. This time they’ve made sure to stay away from anything resembling the time-space continuum business of that film that had even some of the most diehard fans wondering what the heck was going on.

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CLASSICS

Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House, 900 East Ave.; 271-4090 / eastmanhouse.org (All films shown at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.) 5/15 Ruggles of Red Gap 5/16 The Thin Red Line 5/17 Dirty Rotten Scoundrels 5/18 To the Wonder (7 pm & 9:30 pm) 5/19 To the Wonder (2 pm & 5 pm) 5/21 Confidentially Yours *French w/ subtitles 5/22 If You Could Only Cook 5/23 The New World 5/24 Bowfinger

5/25 & 26 Hendrix 70: Live at Woodstock (Sat. @ 8 pm; Sun. @ 2 pm) 5/28 Il Sorpasso *Italian/Latin/German w/ subtitles 5/29 The Rules of the Game Reel Mind Film Series Screening, Cinema Theatre, 957 S. Clinton Ave.; 325-3145 x100 reelmindfilmfest.org 5/28 Praying With Lior 7 pm Steve Martin and Michael Caine are charming con men in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, screening May 17 at The Dryden.

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Entertainment Calendar Western NY Events May 15 - May 29, 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.

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WEDNESDAY MAY

15

CLUBS

Acoustic

HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Jim Lane 6-10pm SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Acoustic Open Mic w/ Mandy STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 292-5544 Acoustic Wednesday w/ Jed Curran 7pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Tristan Omand w/ Barry, Emma Lane & Peter House 8pm

Blues

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Harper 9:30pm

MAY 19

DARK STAR ORCHESTRA

DJ

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 “Ladies On The Lake” Party w/ DJ ZIO 10pm-2am

Folk

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Heather Maloney 8:30pm

Irish

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 The Dady Brothers 7:30pm McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Family Night - Games, Songs, Stories & more 5:30pm

Jazz

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Margaret Explosion 7:30-9:30pm POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Swooners

Karaoke

CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Italian-American Karaoke w/ DJ Sal DeSantis 7:30-11pm

Recreating the true spirit of the Grateful Dead live experience for over 15 years, Dark Star Orchestra plays Water Street Music Hall, May 19.

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

Poetry

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

Rock

PINEAPPLE JACK’S 485 Spencerport Rd, 247-JACK Drum Wars: Vinny Appice & Carmine Appice QUAKER STEAK AND LUBE 2205 Buffalo Rd, 697-9464 Dog House 6pm

Show

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Bike Night w/ Live Music

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 “Live from Hochstein” Concert & Broadcast featuring Hochstein Merit Scholarship Winners 12:10-12:50pm MCC THEATRE, BUILDING 4 Brighton Campus, 1000 E Henrietta Rd, 292-2534 Student Vocal Concert 7:30pm

DANCE

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

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Rochester Lilac Festival 10:30am8:30pm *Special Events: -Seniors Day 10:30am-4pm -Wine & Chocolate Tasting 4-8pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 12:30pm & 6pm *Center Stage: -School Groups 10:30am-1pm -Smugtown Stompers 1:30pm -Meghan Koch & The Gentleman Callers 4pm -Tom Brunett Band 5:30pm -Marshall Tucker Band 7pm

SHOWS

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

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SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Durham Bulls 7:05pm HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Senior Sojourn (Easy Pace) 9:3010:30am

THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA A Midsummer Nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream 7:30pm THE SPACE THEATER @ GALLERY AT GREENOVATION. 1115 E. Main St, 269-4673 Out of Pocket Productions presents: Palmer Park 7:30pm

THURSDAY MAY

16

CLUBS

Acoustic

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Jim Avett (Upstairs Lounge) 7pm

Alternative

Jazz

Blues

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

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Slackers w/ Mrs. Skanotto 7:30pm

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 Son House Blues Night w/ Gordon Munding DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Natalie B Band 9pm

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 671-9080 Craig Shoemaker 7:30pm

Dance

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

Funk

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 An Evening with Turkuaz 8pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 CCE Session 7pm

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HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm

MONROEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 3001 Monroe Ave, 348-9103 Mike Kaupa, Jazz Duets 6-10pm

Karaoke

SALVATOREâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob WILLOW INN 428 Manitou Rd, Hilton, 392-3489 Northern Lights Karaoke 8pm-12mid

Open Mic

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

Poetry/Jazz

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Arbitration Sweets

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PELICANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Third Degree 7-11pm

Show

SOUTHWEDGE COLONY 503 South Ave, swcolony.com â&#x20AC;&#x153;Geeks Who Drinkâ&#x20AC;? Trivia Night 9-11pm

Zydeco/Alt-Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco w/ Demijohn 8:30pm

CONCERTS

SALVATION ARMY YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER 124 Saltonstall St, Canandaigua, 394-6968 Phil Laeger w/ Flower City Worship Band 7pm

DANCE

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

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SHOWS

MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 -Third Thursday at MAG 5-8pm -Collectors’ Show & Tell 7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

SPORTS

LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Stringplicity 7:30-9:30pm SANIBEL COTTAGE 1517 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719340 Kinloch Nelson 6-9pm

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

Acoustic/Blues

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Tabletop Three 8:30pm Doors

Acoustic/Rock Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 West Webster Firemen’s Benefit Show featuring Sulaco, Reign in Blood, Order of the Dead 8pm

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, fingerlakescasino.com Post Time 1:10pm

Blues

THEATRE

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 7pm

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Steve Grills & The Roadmasters 10:30pm

HATTER’S PUB 5 E. Main St, Webster, 872-1505 The Bluesmasters 8pm-12mid RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Natalie B Band 9pm-1am SMOKIN’ JOE’S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 John Cole Blues Band

JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 Funny Girl 7pm

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Craig Shoemaker 7:30 & 10pm

THE SPACE THEATER @ GALLERY AT GREENOVATION 1115 E. Main St, 269-4673 Out of Pocket Productions presents: Palmer Park 7:30pm

FRIDAY MAY

17

CLUBS

Acoustic

JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Marty Roberts 5pm

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Comedy

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PRESTON FRANK & BIG DADDY ZYDECO One of the last of the older Creole-style accordion players, Preston Frank and his band, Big Daddy Zydeco play two area shows, starting off May 16 at Abilene Bar & Lounge, then moving over to the Harmony House in Webster for a Rochester Cajun Zydeco Network show on May 18.

Country

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com North of Nashville 12mid PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 -Paul Cummings 6:30-7:30pm -Phil Vassar 7:45-8:45pm

Hip Hop

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Subsoil & Universe Shark 9pm

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 -Ciaran’s Pride - Open Session 6pm -Rayce Malone & John Ryan 7pm

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421 River St. • 360-2311 SteelRiverBarAndGrill.com

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 South Wedge Blues Allstars

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Venus in Fur 7pm *preview -A Midsummer Night’s Dream 7:30pm

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Rochester Latino Theatre Company: Sombras de Nuestros Rostros/ Shadows of Our Faces 7pm

“We Are The Pleasant Surprise On The Riverside”

POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 271-5000 Tinted Image

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Durham Bulls 3:35pm

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 800-745-3000 50 Shades! The Musical 5 & 7:30pm

Way More Than Just BBQ!

SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Mike & Sergei 7-11pm

MAY 16 & 18

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Rochester Lilac Festival 10:30am8:30pm *Special Events: -Wine & Chocolate Tasting 4-8pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 12:30 & 6pm *Center Stage: -School Groups 10:30am-1:30pm -The Moho Collective 4pm -The Lawnmowers 5:30pm -Rusted Root 7pm

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DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Turnip Stampede 10pm

Jazz

HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Gap Mangione & The New Blues Band 7:30pm-12mid

Karaoke

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 Karaoke 9pm-12mid

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THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 Summer Bob

Rock

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 2161070 Open G CALIFORNIA BREW HAUS 402 Ridge Rd W, 621-1480 Catastrophe Me, Minds Open Wide, Define Normal 9pm

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SHOWS

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Highbanks Recreation Area, 4933600 “Fire on the Genesee” Civil War Encampment 9:30am-4:30pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, www.rpastamps. org/ropex ROPEX/NTSS 2013 National Stamp Shows 11am-6pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Coral Reef Adventure 4pm

SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Durham Bulls 7:05pm

MAY 17

BASKETBALL Blue Cross Arena, One War Memorial Square, www. razorsharks.com Rochester Razorsharks vs. Albany Legends 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, fingerlakescasino.com Post Time 12:35pm

THEATRE

Rockers New Found Glory kick off Part II of their Sticks and Stones 10th Anniversary Tour, performing the album in its entirety, May 17 at Water Street Music Hall. THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 New Found Glory w/ Cartel, Living With Lions 8pm JOHNNY’S 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Infrared Radiation Orchestra 9pm MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 Haewa w/ Guests 8pm PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Catch 22 10pm-2am

Rock & Blues

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com The Good Trip Band featuring Angelo Rose 6:30pm

CONCERTS

DANCE

NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: “Past, Present, and Future” 7:30pm SUNY BROCKPORT Hartwell Dance Theater, 395-2787 Graduation Dances 6 & 7:30pm

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Rochester Lilac Festival 10:30am8:30pm *Children’s Stage Entertainment 12:30 & 6pm *Center Stage: -School Groups 10:30am-1:30pm -Mikaela Davis 4pm -Brian Lindsay Band 5:30pm -The Smithereens 7pm

EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC’S Hatch Recital Hall, 433 E. Main St, 274-1110 Eastman Community Music School Guitar Program 20th Anniversary Concert 7:30pm

RAVENWOOD GOLF CLUB 929 Lynaugh Rd, Victor, www. victorchamber.com Food & Brew Fest 6-9pm

INSPIRE MOORE WINERY & VINEYARD 197 N. Main St, Naples, 374-5970 Eva & The Dogboys 7pm

MEDINA RAILROAD MUSEUM 530 West Ave, Medina, 798-6106 Day Out with Thomas: The Go Go Thomas Tour 8:45am-6:30pm

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CLUBS

Acoustic

BREWS & BRATS AT ARBOR HILL 6461 Rt. 64, Naples, 374-2870 Kinloch Nelson 6-9pm SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Amy & Jon 6-10pm THALI OF INDIA 3259 Winton Rd S, 427-8030 Tommy Gravino 7-9pm

Acoustic Rock

FLAHERTY’S WEBSTER 1200 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-0846 True Blue 9pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Joywave w/ KOPPS & Admirers 8pm

Blues

THE BEALE I 689 South Ave, 271-4650 John Wayl & Deep Blue 7:30-11:30pm JOHNNY’S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Amanda Ashley Trio 8pm RAB’S WOODSHED 4440 Lake Ave, 663-4610 Spectra 9pm-1am

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Steel Magnolias 8pm

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Dirty Bourbon Blues Band

BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St, 271-5523 The Fat Boy 8pm

SHAMROCK JACK’S 4554 Culver Rd, 323-9310 Rockin’ Robin & The Bucket of Blues 9pm-1am

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 8pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Venus in Fur 7pm (The Nextstage) *Preview -A Midsummer Night’s Dream 8pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Rochester Latino Theatre Company: Sombras de Nuestros Rostros/ Shadows of Our Faces 7pm PENFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER 1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, 340-8655 Penfield Players present: The Villain Took A Chip Shot 8pm SALEM UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 60 Bittner St, 232-5570 Off-Monroe Players present: Utopia, Ltd. or The Flowers of Progress 7:30pm THE SPACE THEATER @ GALLERY AT GREENOVATION 1115 E. Main St, 269-4673 Out of Pocket Productions presents: Palmer Park 7:30pm

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VILLAGE ROCK CAFE 213 Main St, E Rochester, 5861640 Ezra & The Storm 9pm-1am

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Craig Shoemaker 7:30 & 10pm

Country

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Sean Patrick McGraw, Julie Dunlap, Alysia Groth, Rebel’s Posse, Crossroads noon-6:30pm

Indie Rock

LOVIN’ CUP 300 Park Point Dr, 292-9940 Kneptune (9pm) & Upward Groove (11pm)

Jam

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

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Jazz

HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Special Blend 7:30-12midpm LITTLE THEATRE CAFE 240 East Ave (in back) 232-3906 Annie Wells 8:30-10:30pm POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 271-5000 Higher Standards

Karaoke

OLYMPIA Spencerport Rd, Lyell Ave, Gates, 429-6231 Bobby C 9:30pm-1:30am SHORTS 35 N Main St, Fairport, 388-0136 w/ Summer Bob

Latin

TAPAS 177 177 St Paul St, 262-2090 Candela

Psychedelic Jam

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Family Funktion & The Sitar Jams 9:30pm

Rock

THE BEALE II 1930 Empire Blvd, Webster, 216-1070 Imaginary Band THE COACH SPORTS BAR 19 W Main St, Webster, 872-2910 Springer 58 MAIN RESTAURANT & BAR 58 Main St, Brockport, 637-2383 8 Days a Week - Beatles Tribute 9:30pm-12:30am MONTAGE MUSIC HALL 50 Chestnut St, 413-1642 The Isotopes CD Release w/ Velvet Elvis 9pm NOLAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BBQ 4775 Lake Ave, 663-3375 That 80â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hair Band PELICANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Surge 10pm-2am STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 My Plastic Sun 10pm THE THIRSTY FROG 511 Ridge Rd. East, 730-5285 Afflixxtion 9:30pm

CONCERTS

HARMONY HOUSE 58 E Main St, Webster, 727-4119/ rochesterzydeco.com Preston Frank & Big Daddy Zydeco w/ Demijohn 8-11pm *Zydeco Dance Lesson @ 7:15pm HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 473-2234 Rochester Oratorio Society presents â&#x20AC;&#x153;Voices of Liberation: The Emancipation Oratorioâ&#x20AC;? 7:30pm

HOUSE OF GUITARS 645 Titus Ave, 544-3500 Spika 7pm KILBOURN HALL 26 Gibbs St, 274-1110 Jessie Kneisel Lieder Competition Winnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Concert 8pm

DANCE

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Musical Feet: Tap As An American Art Formâ&#x20AC;? Lecture/Demonstation 1:30pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Past, Present, and Futureâ&#x20AC;? 7:30pm

FESTIVAL

DONSELAARâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S / SCOTTY MOâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 10257 Rt. 31, Clyde, www. spaterrock.com/flmetalfest Finger Lakes Metal Fest 12noon 4925 COLLETT RD, SHORTSVILLE FLCeticfest.webs.com Finger Lakes Celtic Festival 10am7pm HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Rochester Lilac Festival 10:30am8:30pm *Special Events: -Art in the Park 10:30am-6pm *Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stage Entertainment 1-5:30pm *Center Stage: -Teressa Wilcox Band 11:30am -The Fools 12:30pm -The Crawdiddies 2pm -Driftwood 3:30pm -The lone Bellow 5:30pm -The Prickers 7pm WEBSTER FIREMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FIELD 191 W. Main St, Webster, 7522650 Spring Thing - Widowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Sons Fundraiser (to benefit Shriners Hospital & Villa of Hope) w/ music featuring Lou Gramm w/ Joe Lana, Rick Debellis, Mike Dornberger, Polluted Moon & Hall Pass 2-8pm

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY SECRET ROOM 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Tail Wagginâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Tutors 11am-12noon *Ages 4-12 MEDINA RAILROAD MUSEUM 530 West Ave, Medina, 798-6106 Day Out with Thomas: The Go Go Thomas Tour 8:45am-6:30pm NATIONAL MUSEUM OF PLAY AT THE STRONG One Manhattan Square, 263-2700 Literature Live: Meet Olivia 11am4pm

SHOWS

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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 -70s Laser 9:30pm ROCHESTER PUBLIC MARKET 280 N Union St, call 311/4285990 Flower City Days at the Market 8am-2pm

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PALMYRA VILLAGE PARK Main St, (Rt. 31), Palmyra, 315597-4849 Palmyra Community-Wide Garage Sale 8am-1pm

HIKING RMSC Cumming Nature Center, 6472 Gulick Rd, Naples, 374-6160 Identification Series Walk Part Two: Woodland Wildflowers 10am-12noon

RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Finger Lakes Regioal Invention Convention Display

SOCCER Sahlenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stadium, 460 Oak St, 454-KICK Rochester Rhinos vs. Orlando City 7:05pmpm

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THEATRE

AUDITORIUM THEATRE, 3rd FLOOR 875 E. Main St, 935-7173 A Magical Journey Thru Stages: Legally Blonde 2pm BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Steel Magnolias 8pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St, 271-5523 The Fat Boy 8pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 5 & 8:30pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 My Gal Patsy 3 & 7pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Venus in Fur 3pm (preview) & 8pm opening (The Nextstage) -A Midsummer Nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream 4 & 8pm JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 Funny Girl 8pm JCC LOUNGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 x235 Unleashed Melody: Improvised Musical MAYhem 7:30pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Rochester Latino Theatre Company: Sombras de Nuestros Rostros (Shadows of Our Faces) 7pm

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Acoustic

SCHOONERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Jim Lane 3pm-til

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The U.V. Race w/ Bad Taste, Big Brain & The Drug Cartel & Glass 8pm

Blues

SMOKINâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; JOEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BAR & GRILL 425 Lyell Ave. 647-1540 The Rhythm Dogs 6-10pm

Irish

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Brendan Nolan 7pm

Jam

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Dark Star Orchestra 8:15pm

Karaoke

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

Rock

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CONCERTS

CALVARY SPIRITUAL CHURCH 25 Morgan St, 359-9092 Children of God 42nd Anniversary & Wayne Anthony Norwood 50th Birthday Celebration Concert featuring Brian McIntosh & Ministry, Unity, The New Gospel Times, The Voices of Clouds & more 3:30pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ROCHESTER Clover St & Allens Creek Rd, www. rochars.org/683-2802 American Recorder Society presents: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Spring Thing: A Concert of Musical Delights 4:30pm GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE 900 East Ave, 271-3361 Musicale featuring Silvertones Flute Choir 3pm MEMORIAL ART GALLERY 500 University Ave, 276-8900 -â&#x20AC;&#x153;Going for Baroqueâ&#x20AC;? Mini-Recital 1 & 3pm -â&#x20AC;?Third Sunday Concertâ&#x20AC;? featuring Eastman Student Organists in Recital 5:30pm PEARCE MEMORIAL CHURCH 4322 Buffalo Rd., N Chili, 5949488 Westside Coalition of Christian Churches Ecumenical Benefit Concert 7pm

DANCE

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 175 Allens Creek Rd, cdrochester. org English Country Dance w/ music by Arugula 6:30-9:30pm NAZARETH COLLEGE ARTS CENTER 4254 East Ave, 389-2170 Rochester City Ballet: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Past, Present, and Futureâ&#x20AC;? 2pm TANGO CAFE DANCE STUDIO 389 Gregory St, cheryljohnson@ cjgroovin.com Tap Dance Jam Session w/ Live Music 2-4:30pm

FESTIVAL

HIGHLAND PARK Highland & South Aves, www. lilacfestival.com Rochester Lilac Festival 10:30am8:30pm *Special Events: -Medved Lilac 10K 9am & 5K Family Fun Run 8am -Art in the Park 10:30am-5pm *Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Stage Entertainment 1pm-5:30pm *Center Stage: -Flint Creek 11:30am -Dang! 1pm -Big Sandy & His Fly Rite Boys 2:30pm -John Cole Blues Band 4pm -Prime Time Funk 5:30pm -The Campbell Brothers 7pm

KIDS

CENTRAL LIBRARY 115 South Ave, 428-8150 Family Fun Game Day 1:30-4:30pm *ages 3 & up HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-2100 RPO OrKIDStra Series: Eudoraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fable: The Shoe Bird 2pm

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SHOWS

GENESEE COUNTRY VILLAGE & MUSEUM Flint Hill Rd, Mumford, 538-6822 Red Day 10am-5pm LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 8 E High St, Shortsville, 289-8022 Open House 1-3pm LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Highbanks Recreation Area, 4933600 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fire on the Geneseeâ&#x20AC;? Civil War Encampment 9:30am-4:30pm MAIN STREET ARMORY 900 E Main St, www.rpastamps. org/ropex ROPEX/NTSS 2013 National Stamp Shows 10am-3pm MT HOPE CEMETERY North Gatehouse, 791 Mt Hope Ave, 461-3494 The Bird Watcher Tour 8am RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 -Amazing Journeys 2 & 4pm -Coral Reef Adventure 3pm ROCHESTER PUBLIC MARKET 280 N Union St, call 311/4285990 Flower City Days at the Market 8am-2pm

SPORTS

LACROSSE BHS Riefsteck Stadium Field, 1150 Winton Rd, South, www. muddysbuddies.com Muddies Buddies Lacrosse Festival 8am-5pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 795 E. Main St, 454-1260 Steel Magnolias 2pm BREAD & WATER THEATRE 243 Rosedale St, 271-5523 The Fat Boy 2pm DOWNSTAIRS CABARET THEATRE CENTER 540 E Main St, 325-4370 My Gal Patsy 3pm

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Ronconeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Sunday, May 26th

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Capt Jackâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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Dinosaur BBQ Landing Bar & Grill Sunday, July 21st

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Friday, August 2nd

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Batavia Summer Concert www.MittyAndTheFollowers.com

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 3pm GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -A Midsummer Nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream 2pm (Salon) & 7pm -Venus in Fur 3pm (The Nextstage) JCC CENTERSTAGE 1200 Edgewood Ave, 461-2000 Funny Girl 2 & 7pm

MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org Rochester Latino Theatre Company: Sombras de Nuestros Rostros (Shadows of Our Faces) 2 & 7pm SALEM UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 60 Bittner St, 232-5570 Off-Monroe Players present: Utopia, Ltd. or The Flowers of Progress 2pm

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Alternative

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Bluegrass

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

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Nockturnal Hellstorm & Malformed 8pm

McGRAWâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 3489091 Open Session 6-9:30pm

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JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 Open Mic w/ Dave McGrath 7pm

CONCERTS

GREEN LANTERN INN One E. Church St, Fairport, 2232613 Dixieland Evening with the Jazz Happens Band 6:30pm

KIDS

SMITH OPERA HOUSE 82 Seneca St, Geneva, 866-355LIVE Dallas Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Theatre presents: â&#x20AC;&#x153;The True Story of the 3 Little Pigsâ&#x20AC;? 10am & 7pm

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

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

HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Tinted Image 5:30-8:30pm

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Mixtapes w/ Masked Intruder, The Emersons, California Cousins & Envious Disguise 8pm

JOHNNYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S IRISH PUB 1382 Culver Rd, 224-0990 String Theory 8pm

Blues

P.I.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;S 1 LOUNGE 495 West Ave, 235-1630 Pro Blues Jam w/ The Rochester Blues Revue 8pm-12mid

Comedy

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

Jazz

THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 Charlie Mitchell Group 8-10pm

Karaoke

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

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Open Jam

THE LANDING BAR & GRILLE 30 Village Landing, Fairport, 425-7490 Tuesday Night Open Rockin’ Jam 8:30pm

Open Mic

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“A Warm, Comfortable Atmosphere”

featuring generous entrées, a great wine list and a dynamic seafood bisque!

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

Rock

Show

SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 Tuesday Trivia 7:30-9:30pm

SHOWS

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

SPORTS

THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, 935-5252 Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA A Midsummer Night’s Dream 6pm MuCCC 142 Atlantic Ave, www.muccc.org John W. Borek presents: If Boys Wore The Skirts 7:30pm

WEDNESDAY MAY

22

CLUBS

Acoustic

HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 Rob & Gary 5:30-8:30pm SCHOONER’S RIVERSIDE PUB 70 Pattonwood Dr, 342-8363 Marty Roberts 6-10pm

Americana

ARIGATO

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Laura Thurston 8:30pm

DJ

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 “Ladies On The Lake” Party w/ DJ ZIO 10pm-2am

Jam

THE CLUB at WATER ST 204 N Water St, 325-5600 A Tribute to the Dead featuring Cravin’ Bliss, Fire Wheel 9:30pm

“HEALTHY, TASTY, DRAMATIC” • Chef-prepared dining right at your table • Sushi Bar with all-you-can-eat option • Wed. & Thu. $2 Sake Night - Plus Buy One Sushi Roll at Regular Price/Get 2nd at Half Price • Sun.-Thu. Kids 10 & Under Eat Free

New This Summer:

2 Hibachi Chicken Dinners For Only $20

Jazz

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

(Limited time)

2720 W. Henrietta Rd. (nr. Brighton-Henrietta Townline Rd.) 585-292-1111 • Open Daily Except Monday

POMODORO 1290 University Ave, 586-7000 Jim Nugent

Karaoke

CENTER CAFE 150 Frank DiMino Way, off Manitou Rd, 594-8882 Italian-American Karaoke w/ DJ Sal DeSantis 7:30-11pm THE FLIPSIDE BAR & GRILL 2001 E Main St, 288-3930 9pm-1am

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PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Pelican’s Cruise Night - Cars, Bikes & Boats 6-10pm

425 Merchants Road MON-THURS 4-10 FRI & SAT 4-12 482-4434 RemingtonsOfRochester.com

MISS TESS & THE TALKBACKS

MAY 24

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Virgil Cain 7-10:30pm

Poetry

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

Rock/Roots

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

DINOSAUR BAR-B-QUE 99 Court St, 325-7090 Nikki Hill 9:30pm

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd., Henrietta, 292-5544 Acoustic Wednesday w/Bruce Diamond & Dave Pronko 7pm

Show

RICHMONDS TAVERN 21 Richmond St, 270-8570 Bike Night w/ Live Music

With a sound that’s been described as “modern vintage,” Miss Tess and The Talkbacks support their latest release, Sweet Talk, with a show at Lovin’ Cup, May 24.

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 The Dads Reunion Show w/ Why + The + Wires, The Gifted Children & TBA 8pm

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May 15 - May 29, 2013 FREETIME

DANCE

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

SHOWS

LETCHWORTH STATE PARK Museum Area, Main Park Rd, 493-3616 William Pryor Letchworth Birthday Celebration 9am-1pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

THEATRE

GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Venus in Fur 7pm (The Nextstage) -A Midsummer Night’s Dream 7:30pm

THURSDAY MAY

23

CLUBS

Acoustic/Rock

PELICAN’S NEST 566 River St, 663-5910 Jumbo Shrimp 7-11pm

Alternative

BUG JAR 219 Monroe Ave, 454-2966 Fancytramp w/ The Red Lion, Sexy Teenagers 7:30pm

Americana

STICKY LIPS BBQ JUKE JOINT 830 Jefferson Rd, Henrietta, 2925544 Woody Dodge 8pm

Bluegrass

ABILENE BAR & LOUNGE 153 Liberty Pole Way, 232-3230 / abilenebarandlounge.com Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellies 9pm

Blues

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

Comedy

THE COMEDY CLUB 2235 Empire Blvd, Webster, 6719080 Ralph Tetta 7:30pm

Dance

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

Irish

McGRAW’S IRISH PUB 146 W. Commercial St, E.R., 348-9091 Ken Snyder 7pm

SHOW DATE: SUNDAY, JUNE 9

FOOD • FUN PRIZES • MUSIC VENDORS

Jazz

ACANTHUS CAFE 337 East Ave, 319-5999 Andy Garwood Trio 7:30pm HORIZONS @ WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA Rt. 96, Perinton, 381-4000 The Swooners 5:30-8:30pm 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

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Badgerow Park • 1120 Latta Rd. (Near the Corner of Dewey & Latta)

•Classics •Street Machines •Customs •Street Rods •Motorcycles •Race Cars

$3 Spectator Fee • $15 Vehicle Registration

Karaoke

SALVATORE’S PIZZERIA & PUB 1217 Bay Rd, Webster, 671-9420 w/ Patsy the Karaoke Kid 9pm-12mid

CRUISE IN SATURDAY 6/8• 4pm–8pm www.StreetMachinesOfRochester.com

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

Open Mic

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

Show

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

World Beat

WATER STREET MUSIC HALL 204 N Water St, 325-5600 Mickey Hart Band w/ African Showboyz 8pm

CONCERTS

HOCHSTEIN PERFORMANCE HALL 50 N Plymouth Ave, 454-4596 Spotlight on Hochstein Faculty Concert: Celebration of the Piano Music for 2 to 16 Hands 7pm

DANCE

COVENANT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1124 Culver Rd, www. RochesterContra.com Contra Dance w/ music by Jane Knoeck, Nadine Dyskant-Miller & Tim Ball 8-11pm

SHOWS

AUDITORIUM THEATRE 885 E. Main St, 222-5000 Stars of Tomorrow - NYC Bound 7pm RMSC Strasenburgh Planetarium, 657 East Ave, 271-1880 Amazing Journeys 2pm

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SPORTS

BASEBALL Frontier Field, One Morrie Silver Way, 423-WING Rochester Red Wings vs Charlotte Knights 7:05pm THOROUGHBRED RACING Finger Lakes Casino & Racetrack, Rt 96, Farmington, fingerlakescasino.com Post Time 1:10pm

THEATRE

BLACKFRIARS THEATRE 28 Lawn St, 454-1260 Steel Magnolias 7:30pm

DOWNSTAIRS CABARET at WINTON PLACE 3450 Winton Rd, 325-4370 Respect: A Musical Journey of Women 7pm

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GEVA THEATRE CENTER 75 Woodbury Blvd, 232-GEVA -Venus in Fur (The Nextstage) 7pm -A Midsummer Night’s Dream 7:30pm

FRIDAY MAY

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CLUBS

Acoustic

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