Top 10 Books I Read in 2018 | blog by Calvin Eaton

Top 10 Books I Read in 2018 | by Calvin Eaton Those who know me well know that I love reading. It is a pastime that I’ve enjoyed since before middle school and ironically my work now allows me access and the ability to read more than I ever. This year most of my readingContinue reading “Top 10 Books I Read in 2018 | blog by Calvin Eaton”

Meet the Small Business & Makers Vendors | October 27

We are pleased to announce the vendors taking part in our October Small Business & Makers Market | October 27 Free and open to all // no registration required Our 2018 markets have expanded to include all small local businesses. Local entrepreneurs that create handmade art, pottery, natural body products, drawings, paintings or other goods;Continue reading “Meet the Small Business & Makers Vendors | October 27”

Everyday People Working Against Gender-Based Wage Discrimination | by featured blogger Erin Egloff

Close your eyes and take a moment to let your mind play Everyday People by Sly & The Family Stone. (If you don’t know Sly or his family, we won’t judge you, but do visit YouTube and listen to the song; you’ll be glad you did.) I am everyday people. These three women are alsoContinue reading “Everyday People Working Against Gender-Based Wage Discrimination | by featured blogger Erin Egloff”

Gardens Can Help Rebuild Stolen Community Part II by Jake Sell Hicks

So last time we talked; I gave you an overview of Rochester (through my eyes) and how systemic and social forces have divided our city’s citizens and fragmented the efforts of activists to dismantle a system built on oppression and racism. We ended with the question: How can we dismantle capitalism and neoliberalism in ourContinue reading “Gardens Can Help Rebuild Stolen Community Part II by Jake Sell Hicks”