A decade before New York City’s famed “Armory Show,” a unique partnership between a businessman and a college brought another exhibit to Rochester.
Though they only played for one season, Rochester’s Rockets (and their predecessors) deserve remembering.
The first African American recipient of a Jesse Ketchum medal exemplifies what is possible when one perseveres.
Introducing the model for the Courier-Express mural.
Frederick Douglass' 1851 tour of Allegany County provides some unique insights into the philosophy and tactics of this iconic slave-turned-abolitionist.
George Eastman and his industrialist colleagues launched a public health campaign in 1920, designed to rid Rochester children of a perceived “pain in the neck.”
The infamous Fox sisters are no strangers to our pages. But here we focus on the team of Buffalo doctors who came very close to cracking the case of their mysterious "rappings."
The only woman Glenn Curtiss ever taught to fly achieved a host of aviation firsts, but her eventful life included plenty of adventures on the ground as well.