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CT Eats: The Soup Spoon is just a walk away

Luis takes a spicy trip to The Soup Spoon in College Town.

CT Eats: The taste of Tandoor

That experience of delicious food, a home-like atmosphere, and great customer service brings me back every time, making it one of my go to places for eating out.

This isn’t your mother’s dinner party, unless your mom is a nudist

They didn’t advertise meetings; they didn’t mass-invite people to events on Facebook. They didn’t even have a name. They were just regular students enjoying a meal together while completely naked.

CT Eats: Mi Barrio’s is a Latino gem

The most common parts of the Central American diet are beans, rice, pork, beef, chicken, cheese, salsa, avocado, and a…

Sex & the CT: Goth girlfriends?

Being the Goth Girlfriend means I am a hot, brilliant, funny woman who adores Friday the 13th, tarot cards, astrology, and The Cure, and who loves threesomes and anal sex.

CT Eats: College student eats ramen

There’s a few places in Rochester that offer a decent enough ramen bowl, but I like to default to one particular place that I can always count on for a decent meal: Shiki.

CT Eats: My love for the Red Fern grows

if you’re not a vegan, go there and try it out and get a feel for what you’re vegan friends might be eating the next time you poke fun at them for lacking in food options.

He was a star UR soccer player. Now he’s a pro Johnny Depp impersonator.

“It’s liberating to go from working in HR during the week, making sure people are respecting each other, and then getting to be a lusty pirate on the weekends."

Legal journalist Jeffrey Toobin sits down

This interview was conducted on Oct. 14 and has been edited for style and clarity.

Commencement speakers at UR throughout the years

UR didn’t have anything called a “commencement address” until 1985. There were always speakers at graduation, but the type of speaker differed year to year.