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Empty seats and an empty stage do not a community theater make.
If you know anything about Rochester area artist Nick Sinclair, the man likes a good cup of coffee.
Mango Thai, 318 S Broadway, has more than carved out its own niche in downtown Rochester. Take a peek inside the restaurant’s windows any night of the week and you’ll find a bevy of diners from across the globe. It’s a frequent hangout for some of Rochester’s most cosmopolitan crews and home to its tastiest dishes.
“When I am driving down the road, I sometimes get honked at for doing something wrong, but I try to learn from my mistakes. I just wish there was a hand sign to tell someone I’m sorry.”
Allison Roe gets 4 exclusive factoids from the new cupcakery.
While it’s unlikely you’ll see a monkey chase anything around a mulberry bush, especially a weasel, there will be a market popping up at the Forager Brewing Company’s Kutzky Market on the first and last Sundays of each month from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.