As our archive is filling up quickly, from time to time, we’re collecting past stories on a common theme.
Today we revist the South Wedge. Thanks to all who made these urban adventures possible.
Over the last year and year and a half plus, we’ve had our share of artsy pleasure seeking and consciousness raising in the South Wedge.
In Jill Gussow’s homage to the raucous crows of the South Wedge, we met Jill making her Crow. In Inspired artists at the Updegraff Gallery on South Avenue, it was Jordan’s aquatic animals in lava lamps.
In To where does the South Wedge compare? it was a pub crawl and survey. In On the Road. Destination Little Bohemia in the South Wedge. it was an impromptu poet slam at Lux.
In What Millennials think of the Bridge Generation at Lux Lounge. it was 80s night at Lux. In A portrait of a Rochester artist (Alex Hillis) at the Greenhouse Café. And a few minutes of South Wedge night life. it was a dance party at Buta Pub.
And, in Talker loses his innocence, Rockily, at the Cinema Theatre, things got a little over the top at a deflowering at the Cinema.
In Cheesecake is good for you at National Cheesecake Day at Cheesy Eddie’s , it was some scrumptious cheesecake. And in Bringing wisdom and beer to the masses with Jake Kwiatkowski, some food for thought with Jake’s trivia. In Pop Quiz at the South Wedge-Ucation, it was more thought.
In Cheese, pepperoni and hope in Nathaniel Rochester Square. , it was some delicious pizza good for the soul.
And at Boulder we saw the comics, including Shadi, perform at open mic.
In Rochester’s South Wedge: an old working class neighborhood turns progressive, it was pride in its progressive spirit.