1. A full-court leader

We asked and Maurice Cain answered questions about the basketball camp he built from scratch for Rochester kids. The camp is free, tough and includes lunch. See Tuesday's PB.

2 . Generational divide

Lanesboro Arts has a new artist-in-residence for August: Wen-Li Chen. For her projects, she'll be exploring generational dynamics among Lanesboro residents. Turn to Tuesday's Life section to learn more about her plans.

Wen-Li Chen (contributed photo, Lanesboro Arts)
Wen-Li Chen (contributed photo, Lanesboro Arts)

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3. Trejo on Trejo

"Bookworm" Terri Schlichenmeyer gives us her take on Danny Trejo's new memoir. Check out Monday's e-paper to see what she thought.

"Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood" by Danny Trejo with Donal Logue. (Contributed image)
"Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood" by Danny Trejo with Donal Logue. (Contributed image)

4. High hopes for Royals

The Rochester Royals begin their quest this week to reach the Minnesota Baseball Association Class B state tournament. The Royals open Section 1B postseason play against Hampton on Friday night at Mayo Field.

5. Almost time for Honkers to fly south

The Rochester Honkers have just two weeks -- and four home games -- left in their 2021 season. As the end of another summer season approaches, PB sports reporter Isaac Trotter looks back at the strides the Honkers have made this summer, and the areas in which they hope to improve in 2022.