• Emerald from Visions & Voices

    This story shows some glimpses of Emerald’s life and her involvement with Teen Empowerment in Rochester, New York. Interview, Photography & Postproduction: Anna-Kristina Pfeifer

  • A Gandhi Family Photo Album (trailer)

    Please enjoy this intimate look at the life of Mohandas Gandhi through the words of his grandson – Arun Gandhi. Go to gandhiinstitute.org/videos to watch the full collection of photos and the stories told along with them for a small donation towards the work of the M.K. Gandhi Institute to Nonviolence and Gandhi Worldwide Education… Continue Reading

  • Indigent Burials Under Highland Park

    In 1984, a construction crew working at Highland Park accidentally unearthed a number of human skeletons. Michael Brown, PhD in American history from the University of Rochester, interviews Monroe County Legislator Cynthia Kaleh about her work on behalf of the indigent population of Rochester. His article uncovers some ugly facts about our treatment of the… Continue Reading

  • Gutai: Splendid Playground

    Kenichiro Sato of Big Picture Rochester takes his massive image making art to the Guggenheim in New York City, joining up with fellow Gutai-influenced artist “Newspaper Woman” in the exhibit Gutai:Splendid Playground. Sato and his friend Miyuki Nishizaw were students of Shozo Shimamoto – one of the original Gutai movement founders.

  • Sun Boxes

    Craig Colorusso sets up Sun Boxes exhibit on East Ave., as part ROCO’s “State of the City: Street-ish” event. Sun Boxes are an environment to enter and exit at will. It’s comprised of twenty speakers operating independently, each powered by the sun via solar panels.

  • issue 1: spring 2014

    This is the debut episode of 43°N 77°W, a Rochester Quarterly. We replace journalists with experts in their field and let them do the reporting…Slowing down the media, one article at a time.