1. Construction update

Rochester Public Schools have three major construction projects going on right now. We'll update the progress on Tuesday.

2 . Shopping in the great outdoors

Rochester Farmers Market and Pine Island's citywide garage sale kicked off the outdoor shopping season. We check on Monday to see if shoppers were out in force or if the pandemic seemed to keep numbers down.

3. Mom's favorites

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For Mother's Day, we're sharing our favorite recipes from the matriarchs in our families, from the perfect banana bread to crockpot curry. Turn to Tuesday's Life section to clip 'em. (We'll do the same for fathers in June!)

This recipe box belonged to food columnist Holly Ebel's mother. (Contributed photo)
This recipe box belonged to food columnist Holly Ebel's mother. (Contributed photo)

4. Grizzlies roaring and don't intend to stop

The Rochester Grizzlies have helped junior hockey in Rochester do a 180. In just three seasons, the Grizzlies have gone from a brand new North American 3 Hockey League franchise to earning a spot in the national championship game. How'd they do it so quickly? We take a deep dive into the Grizzlies' success in Saturday's Weekend Focus.

5. Hurt prepping for the NBA

Rochester John Marshall graduate and former Minnesota Mr. Basketball Matthew Hurt recently finished his sophomore season at Duke. It'll be the final season of his college career, as he has entered his name into this summer's NBA Draft. PB sports reporter Pat Ruff catches up with Hurt to find out what the past season was like and what happens for him between now and the Draft.