An original movie musical seven years in the making, “The Greatest Showman” depicts the life and story of P.T. Barnum and his famed circus. Or does it?
Exciting and enthralling, "Murder on the Orient Express" will draw you in and not let go until the mystery is finally solved.
Not just a bowling alley, Radio Social is a fun and unique experience — if you can afford it.
A look back at some of 2017's less successful superhero adaptions.
What made certain comic book adaptions stand out from the crowd last year?
While jokes land well in the latest "Thor" sequel, the story feels thin, detached and underwhelming.
Once taboo, tattoos have become a part of the mainstream. But what is it like to get one? And what is it like to have them?
As the summer of "Game of Thrones" and "Twin Peaks" came to an end, I too felt ready to move on. I was looking for a show with lower stakes and less melodrama.
"Stranger Things 2" joyfully celebrates and frustratingly perpetuates 80s pop culture with little commentary.
Take a look at Friday night's student life on campus
Look around the city and you will see them everywhere — rainbows draped from home fronts and hanging in businesses. Rochester has many Pride flags on display, boldly proclaiming an open community. This city has witnessed victories for many groups that have lacked a voice for themselves. The civil rights movements for women and African Americans have both transpired here.
Cuphead is a blast from the past and one of the best titles of 2017.
With cities constantly changing as buildings are constructed, abandoned and then demolished, urban explorers work to document and preserve the culture and history of these sites long after they’re gone.
Reporter's got your back: here is our compilation of the best deals for all you adventure-seeking, broke college kids out there.
With the release of "Reputation" just around the corner, take a look at Taylor Swift's evolution from teenage country sweetheart to badass pop sensation.
What if I told you that there was a place where you could let out your inner child? A place that showcases the toys you played with in your youth? A place where you could visit a pirate ship and a castle, an arcade and a butterfly garden? Such a place exists, and it exists right in Rochester. The Strong National Museum of Play is the only museum in the world dedicated to the study of play.
This September, First Friday Rochester celebrates its 10th anniversary of bringing the city together through art.
Since the establishment of the Henrietta campus, RIT has been dedicated to enriching the campus environment and culture by showcasing art throughout the grounds. Learn to navigate the campus using the public art to guide your way.
This summer, check out WALL\THERAPY, Rochester's street art initiative, by following our guided tour to several murals around the city, watching the artists at work or attending the conference and festival.
Most students, faculty, staff and even visitors have come to know RIT as Brick City. However, RIT has not always been a brick city; in fact, it has an incredibly unique past that has contributed to some of the special environmental features it has today.
While there are many easily recognizable names in the music industry that have achieved international acclaim after coming out of the Rochester area, there are dozens of other lesser-known individuals and groups deserving of recognition for the talents they contribute to the city’s music culture: Slumbers is one of them.
While there are many easily recognizable names in the music industry that have achieved international acclaim after coming out of the Rochester area, there are dozens of other lesser-known individuals and groups deserving of recognition for the talents they contribute to the city’s music culture: Hideout is one of them.
Your one-stop shop for the ins and outs of Nintendo's newest console and select games.
Constantly evolving to better itself for the communities it serves, Wegmans is not just grocery store — it's a destination.