The Pawsitive Cafe, downtown Rochester’s first cat cafe
Peters and Denman live by the mantra, “We don't want to find cats a home, we want to find them the home.”
‘Gimme All Your Love’ is better than a passionate love affair
The song is ageless, as if it could take up a smoky room in a detective 1960s film or a late 80s coming-of-age romance montage.
Old Taylor is back and better than ever with ‘Midnights’
"Midnights" is an amazing concept album that perfectly captures the tone of its inspiration, and the album speaks for itself when it comes to its success.
‘Marcel The Shell With Shoes On’: no hollow film here
"Marcel the Shell" has such a whimsy that is reminiscent of both Ghibli and Pixar’s greatest hits.
Student musician kr!thi draws on roots for experimental debut single
A dreamy lo-fi R&B bop, “eve” utilizes elements of classical Indian music within the vocals as an homage to the artist’s roots.
Rina Sawayama explores pop and pain in ‘Hold the Girl’
“Hold the Girl” has the pop star quality, catchiness, and creativity of any truly great album.
Rivera’s ‘Marisol’ remains frighteningly relevant today
Todd Theatre’s newest production, “Marisol” — which was as disturbing as it was disorienting — is not for the faint of heart. But while some moments were difficult to watch, the surrealist show was a worthwhile, deeply moving, and all-encompassing theatrical experience.
Improving — in more ways than one — with iZone’s Pitch Imperfect
Pitch Imperfect, as a concept, is one of the smartest things I’ve ever seen devised for the UR student body by a University-run organization.
Marry Me: the return of the rom-com
No one is going to see a romantic comedy to be surprised by the plot. On Valentine's Day, I went to see "Marry Me" with the lowest of expectations. I anticipated a movie that was so-bad-it’s-good, but it was actually good. It was incredibly fun and charming, and I left the theater beaming.