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Local trendsetters put their style sense on display at four of Rochester’s hippest hotspots.

Ken Chase is just waiting to go 1,300 mph.

Breakfast burritos, Bloody Marys, and Creme Brulee French Toast

One resident, numerous anecdotes

A downtown zoo with lions? A downtown medical museum with diorama scenes? A drive-in theater?

Zaire Huruku, area musician playing at Elysium (the secret party) April 29

editor's pick

‘Becoming a judge was not something that I always knew I wanted to do’

Local trendsetters put their style sense on display at four of Rochester’s hippest hotspots.

Ken Chase is just waiting to go 1,300 mph.

Breakfast burritos, Bloody Marys, and Creme Brulee French Toast

One resident, numerous anecdotes

A downtown zoo with lions? A downtown medical museum with diorama scenes? A drive-in theater?

Zaire Huruku, area musician playing at Elysium (the secret party) April 29

editor's pick

‘Becoming a judge was not something that I always knew I wanted to do’

Rochester’s first operating room (and operation), 1889

Local trendsetters put their style sense on display at four of Rochester’s hippest hotspots.

Ken Chase is just waiting to go 1,300 mph.

Breakfast burritos, Bloody Marys, and Creme Brulee French Toast

One resident, numerous anecdotes

A downtown zoo with lions? A downtown medical museum with diorama scenes? A drive-in theater?

Zaire Huruku, area musician playing at Elysium (the secret party) April 29

editor's pick

‘Becoming a judge was not something that I always knew I wanted to do’

Rochester’s first operating room (and operation), 1889

It’s been nearly a decade since the city’s last big minor league franchise coming-soon announcement—the American Basketball Association’s Rochester Fire (who played one exhibition game before folding up shop).

How three siblings started a world-class ensemble. (And how they consider chamber music to be “a modern-day jam session.” )