Arts & Entertainment

Mr. Carmack concert brings UR EDM scene together

Mr. Carmack's style is a mix of EDM and synth, which he describes as the “hinge to the doorway between dance music and hip hop.”

Eastman band The Saplings plants roots in Rochester

The Saplings fun-filled fusion of pop, rock, jazz, and many styles new and old has been providing audiences with upbeat, danceable entertainment since they formed in 2016.

‘Lincoln in the Bardo’ is past, present, and poetry

“Lincoln in the Bardo,” the upcoming debut novel of George Saunders, brings troubled American history to our troubled American times.

Dreamy synth EP floats among the soundclouds

Mallrat could be called synth-pop, but an even better label for her music at this point in history would be punk.

Motion meets still life in Eastman photo exhibit

“The Secret Life of Objects,” an exhibition showcasing artist Robert Cumming’s most notable artwork, opened its doors to Rochester at the Eastman Museum on Friday the 17th.

CT recommends: Shakey Graves

Few artists have the flexibility and consistent ability to amaze with their songwriting as Shakey Graves

‘Vagina Monologues’ grabs back for V-Day

Taboo was perhaps most salaciously approached in the night’s performance of fan-favorite “The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Happy.”

Tradition and talent intermingle at China Nite

The Chinese Students Association welcomed the new year with luck, music, and togetherness at its annual celebratory China Nite.

Little Theater brings big ideas to screen

Raoul Peck’s “I Am Not Your Negro,” now playing at the Little Theater, is a meditation on and continuation of writer James Baldwin’s investigation into the black American experience.

The ‘Beginning of Everything’ should end pretty soon

“Z: The Beginning of Everything” has been flooding newsfeeds with silent ads sporting titillating quotes from the show, based on the life of Zelda Fitzgerald and her famously rocky marriage to literary giant F. Scott Fitzgerald. It couldn’t be more misleading.