Arts & Entertainment
Orhan Pamuk discusses work at Interfaith Chapel lecture
Pamuk’s talk — a discussion with Sevinç Türkkan, a religion and classic professor — revolved around “The Red-Haired Woman” and how it functions as a conversation between his own memory and existing mythology.
Media Matrix: ‘Difficult People’ is fun, dysfunctional
“Difficult People” centers on two main characters, Billy and Julie, who live in New York City and are always griping about their surroundings.
Are Rochester’s music stores fading out?
To many, there's something particularly sad about the closing of a record store. You lose a community space, an exciting relationship between you and tangible music. In Rochester, these places are integral to underlooked art and culture, which only intensifies the loss.
Not Vanilla: A message to Hollywood
I find that in life there are so many shades of relationships between women that aren’t shown that often. So in honor of Women’s Empowerment Month, I’m going to pitch our imaginary Hollywood execs some ideas for projects that feature these underrepresented relationships.
Foster the People talk art ahead of Rochester show
Venues change, but Foster the People’s commitment to artistic purity has always stayed stable.