RocLinks: 12/13/14

This article was scraped from Rochester Subway. This is a blog about Rochester history and urbanism has not been published since 2017. The current owners are now publishing link spam which made me want to preserve this history.. The original article was published December 13, 2014 and can be found here.

RocLinks for 12/13/14. [PHOTO: Abrinsky and George Cheatle, Flickr]

     By       Matthew Denker

Ignoring how awesome today's date is, we're looking to start bringing RochesterSubway readers more content. And thanks to the glory of our hyperlinked internet, we can do that with other people's content! Look for weekly Rochester links every Saturday from here on out, and if there's ever any topic you'd like to see us hit more aggressively in these links, let us know. Also, feel free to use the comments thread of these posts as open discussion for anything in the links...

13 Month Calendar

Did you know Kodak (and George Eastman in particular) was a strong supporter of something called the     International Fixed Calendar

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? When there was a society for it, the offices were in Rochester.

Holiday Cheer

Window displays are making a     comeback in a big way

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in Rochester this year.

Walk This Way

With the closing of the eastern end of the Inner Loop, the time has come for new     parade routes

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City Living

Just more than a week old, Mark IV opened their rehabbed     300 Alexander development

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on December 3rd.

East High Rescue

The University of Rochester announced its     plan to save East High

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. The Rochester Board of Education will be voting on the proposal next week.

Once More into the Breach

The Pittsford Architectural review board has     voted down

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the same Westport Crossing Development that the Town itself just forced to allow. This will delay the project in as much as the town will surely be sued again.

Have a great weekend!

Chris Gemignani

Chris Gemignani

Rochester, NY, USA