Culture

Internet activism and the domino effect

The mistagging of #BlackOutTuesday alludes to a larger problem with white Americans.

A look into Rochester’s historical jazz scene

African American communities have contributed greatly to the American musical scene, but one genre with especially strong ties to Rochester is Jazz.

Liv on the Edge: Things to do when we return

Oh, the places we’ll go, like Dr. Seuss says. Here’s a list of things we can do around Rochester whenever we see it again. 

Boccaccio’s Decameron: Lessons from the Black Death

Keep your chin up and your friends close, and keep Boccaccio in mind.

‘The Clone Wars’ final season is a poignant exploration of war

The last season deals with an important question: How do you win a war? 

AJR’s D-Day concert was an intimate success

UR students were given an intimate and engaging experience that just about met every expectation possible given our current circumstances.

Goodbye forever, Frat Road!

All those nights where we danced in someone else’s basement, I couldn’t help but think about violence.

Liv on the Edge: Cher and the naked dress

Lately, I’ve been thinking about the transparent dress Cher wore to the 1974 Met Gala, otherwise known as the “naked dress.” 

Not Vanilla: Goodbye

This column has helped me think critically about media that I previously took for granted.

Culture’s albums of the week 4/27

This week’s local artist is the legendary drummer Steve Gadd!