Rochester Broadway Theatre League Board Chair Arnold Rothschild gives an update on the latest developments in choosing a new theater site.
A majority of the Rochester area's poor now live outside the city...who are the suburban poor? Why are they falling out of the middle class? And what can be done for all the area's poor, urban and suburban, to help them rise? We ask Elizabeth Kneebone, principal author of a Brookings Institution study on suburban poverty, to discuss her findings.
After a long wait, New York's application for federal rail dollars is successful.
Learn more during All Things Considered beginning at 4 p.m. on WXXI-AM 1370.
Hear what the comptroller criticized the district for during All Things Considered beginning at 4pm on WXXI-AM 1370.
Governor David Paterson Answers to Upstate as part of a WXXI special. Julie Philipp recaps the Governor's meeting with editors of upstate newspapers. Plus, a one-on-one conversation with NY State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.
Former Fairport and Rochester school superintendent William Cala takes a critical look at mayoral control of schools in the city.
Leaders of the Jewish Community Federation, including executive director Lawrence Fine, discuss the results of a new community survey.
Robert Ward of the Rockefeller Institute of Government at SUNY Albany analyzes the revenue struggles of state government and what they may mean to you today beginning at noon on 1370 Connection only on WXXI-AM 1370.