Ever walk to your car on a cool but humid late summer morning and realize that you can’t even see the end of your driveway? Dense, heavy fog smothers everything around you making it even difficult to make out your … Continue reading
Nature.com reports today that China is experiencing what they believe is the first-ever “brown tide,” or large algae bloom of brown algae. This bloom is threatening fisheries along China’s very long coast. So just in case you thought Sodus’s problem … Continue reading
As the list of personal electronic devices becomes longer, are schools’ conduct policies keeping up with the times? RIT journalism students Michael Roppolo and Lyndsey Saunders look into school policy and student reactions in Rochester City, Hilton and Gates-Chili School Districts.
I’ve just picked up and started reading my anniversary present from my wife: an 1884 book called Rochester: A Story Historical, written by Jenny Marsh Parker. When reading a book this old, the book itself *is* the history, more so … Continue reading