The Sibley Building, Rochester NY kicked off the opening of the new public art gallery with the work of two of Rochester’s internationally renowned metal sculptors, Paul and Christine Knoblauch. Various artists will have their work featured as rotating installments
You’ve heard about the benefits of planting trees in the fall. Prices are lower, the air is cool but the soil is warm, and roots get a jump-start on spring.
Inexperienced tree planters might find the prospect intimidating, but it’s fairly straightforward. This week I got some tips from Jason Beardsley, a certified arborist with Ted Collins Tree and Landscape in Victor.
Alessi and Gensler have teamed up to teach a course at the University of Pennsylvania this Fall. The semester long course will focus on the creation of a stand-up workstation teaching students everything from the design brief to scaled prototyping.
This poor looking Bradford Pear had its owners concerned. There was no apparent damage to the canopy and no recent digging or damage to the root system as the homeowner explained. However, the problem took only seconds to diagnose.
CLEVELAND (May 21, 2014) – Shop Arhaus at The Culver Road Armory, 155 Culver Road, in Rochester, through Monday, June 30, 2014, and 10 percent of the sale will be donated to support the establishment of The Center for Youth, New Beginning Homeless Shelter for Young Men.