The Agenda Aug 23 – Frankie and the Witch Fingers in Rochester, NY Aug 25 – King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard in TorontoAug 28 – King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard in NYCAug 30 – King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard in Philadelphia My live-music oriented road trip included four new venues and one city that I got to explore for the first time. … Continue reading Road Trip 2019
This past weekend I graduated from college. Four years of essays, movie sets, concerts, road trips, late nights, good friends, junk food, etc. etc. etc. All of it over in the blink of an eye and the moving of a tassel. Lately, I’ve been fluctuating between thinking that it all went by too fast, and it couldn’t have moved any slower.My Rochester family will always … Continue reading Graduation, Relocation– Ideas from the Drive Back to Maine.
I jokingly refer to myself as a recovering picky eater, but it’s the most accurate label for myself. I love trying new foods, primarily because I spent so much of my life not even thinking that chicken was an acceptable food to eat. The Rochester food community has a lot to offer, and while my favorite dish is probably the kale stew that my friend … Continue reading A Roundup of my Favorite Rochester Food
When I came to Rochester to go to college, I didn’t consider myself a music person at all. Since I’ve been in college, though, that’s changed a lot. I’ve fallen in love with all kinds of genres, bands, and performers, and started playing music myself. I’ve expanded from having a single Depeche Mode sticker on my planner to having tons of records that I’ll need … Continue reading Spots for Music Lovers in Rochester, NY
I started my college experience in Rochester, New York four years ago, when I was eighteen-years-old. After growing up in a rural part of a rural state, moving to a city of 200,000 was a huge change. My first year I didn’t explore the area too much– I lived on campus and didn’t have my own vehicle. I was also adjusting a lot! New friends, … Continue reading One Month Left in Rochester, NY