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6C SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 2007 DemocratandChronicle.com DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE THINGS TO DO TODAY Benefits An Evening of Wine and Roses: Benefits Maplewood Neighborhood Association. 6 to 8:30 p.m. June 16. Maple-wood Park, Driving Park and Lake avenues. $30; $25 seniors and association members. Reservations requested. (585) 458-3460. Gregory Kunde Chorale Garage Sale: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 16. 1013 Penf ield Road, Penfield. Free admission. Metro Justice Garage Sale: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16. 203 Vassar St. Free admission. (585) 325-2560. Strawberry Festival: 5 p.m. June 16. St. John's Lutheran Church, 800 E. Ridge Road, Irondequoit. $6. (585) 266-2240. EtCetera Documentary: Cards, Letters and Prayers: Director David Schwittek will introduce his video about peace advocate Ron Ring. 7 p.m. June 16. First Unitarian Church of Rochester, 220 S. Winton Road. Free. (585) 271-9070. Downtown Historical Walking Tour: Call for details and location. 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. June 16. Historical Downtown Walking Tour. $10; $15 for two. (585) 442-8299. Greece Performing Arts Society Notable Garden Tour: Call for locations. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16. Greece Performing Arts Society, P.O. Box 300, Greece. $20.(585)234-5636. Jewish Heritage Tour: Guided walking tour presented by Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery. 10 a.m. June 16. North Gate House, Mt. Hope Cemetery, 791 Mt. Hope Ave. $4. (585) 461-3494. Scottsville Antique Roadshow: 1 to 4 p.m. June 16. Scottsville Free Library, 28 Main St., Scottsville. Free admission. Appraisal: $6 for one item or $10 for two items. (585) 889-2023. Steve Burr: Standup comedy. 8 and . "g fin TIRflTES AT WORLD'S END piratcs.movics.com PG-13 s For Theatres And Showtimes: Check Movie Times or Text PIRATES with your ZIP CODE to 43KIX (43549) or Visit www.pirates.movies.com I TV" fc.$LLJi I fc J j i, m ii ii M i.kaj DJtSKL a SAVE AN AD Call for Htfrr':i'i i'StlTPr rasTpr. P. or visit www.cityofrochester.gov f .1 f (totKrtJ. OutTy, Mi)rof one city city rkii, m Your New Kitchen Awaits 9'X 10' ..... . o bbb m laia 585.338.2260 ' Based or, our 9'X 10' sample kitchen layout. Limited time only. Regular Hours 8am - 430pm m - F Appliances and fixtures sold separately. See showroom for details. 10:45 p.m. June 16. Comix Cafe, 3450 Winton Place, Brighton. $9-$12. (585) 424-5233. Festivals Juneteenth Celebration: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 16. Susan B. Anthony Square, King and Madison streets. Free. (585) 454-2680A Maplewood Rose Weekend: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 16. Maplewood Rose Garden, Lake and Driving Park avenues. Call for details. (585) 428-6770. Strawberry Social: 4 to 7 p.m. June 16. John Knox Presbyterian Church, 3233 West Ridge Road, Greece. $3.50. (585) 225-6533. Strawberry Social: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 16. Greece United Methodist Church, 1924 Maiden Lane. Call for details. (585) 225-1880. Turkish Art and Folk Festival: Noon to 9 p.m. June 16 and 17. Turkish Society of Rochester, 677 Beahan Road, Gates. Free admission. (585) 266-1980. Theater Urinetown: 4 and 8:30 p.m. June 16. Geva Theatre Center, 75 Woodbury Blvd. $19.50-$58.50. (585) 232-4382. I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change: 8:30 p.m. June 16. Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, 20 Windsor St. $24-$27. (585) 325-4370. Nuts and Bolts: Improvisational comedy troupe. 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. June 16. UpStage 3, Auditorium Theatre, 885 E. Main St. $10. (585) 334-8973. Self-Help: The Comedy: 5 and 8 p.m. June 16. Downstairs Cabaret Theatre Two, 172 W. Main St. $21-$24. (585) 325-4370. Shoutl The Mod Musical: 5 and 8:30 p.m. June 16. Downstairs Cabaret Theatre Center, 540 E. Main St. $24-$27. Discounts available. (585) 325-4370. The Water Coolers: 5 p.m. June 16. Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, 20 Windsor St. $24-$27. (585) 325-4370. Emma Roberts Nancy Drew GetaClue. MOBILE USERS: For Showtime. Text Massage NANCY and your ZIP CODE to 43KIX (43S4P) AMC Loews Regal Cinemas WEBSTER EASTVIEW MALL 19 21 90 Empire Blvd 70 Eostoew Mall Dr 585251-S851 BOOFANDANGO 280 Clnemark Regal Cinemas GREECE TINSELTOWN 16 RIDOE CINEMA 12 1 76 229) Buffalo Rd Greece Ridge Center Dr 585247-2 1 80 600FANDANG0 689 Regal Cinemas Regal Cinemas CULVER RIDOE HENRIETTA STADIUM 18 2255 Ridge Road East 525 Marketplace Or 800FANDANGO 274 800FANDANGO 278 CMC. 'Hf.TIf DI.lC10.lf5 01 C.ll FOt SDIIHD .N'OIMITW tND SHOWTM.t l,"";S'!'."1 Vwi.-.-f-rfivN KITCHEN PREMIER CABIN I I VV 1 1 O USA I. I R S V. 33 ARTHUR STREET ROCHESTER, NY 14621 WILL YURMAN staff photographer New York City clarinetist Don Byron might still hold a grudge 30 years after being rejected as an applicant by the Eastman School of Music, but he packed Kilbourn Hall on Friday night and he seems to have done OK for himself over the years. Free shows take over downtown JEFF SPEVAK STAFF MUSIC CRITIC These final two days are all about handing out Scooby Snacks at what's certain to be a record-setting sixth edition of the Rochester International Jazz Festival. Free shows, everyonel Friday night it was James Brown sax man Maceo Parker and reggae with Toots & the Maytals. Tonight it's Shooter Jennings' brand of Lynyrd Sky-nyrd honky-tonk and the groove of Rusted Root. The fest-closing free stuff actually started late Thursday night, when Wynton Marsalis, who evidently didn't get enough of a workout at the Eastman Theatre earlier in the CONCERT REVIEW evening, showed up with his horn to join the Bob Sneider Trio for a whole set at the Crowne Plaza Hotel jam session. Teamed with weather forecasts for the final day today, the RIJF's best bet was the return of guitarist Bill Frisell at Kilbourn Hall. The final day's shows include the Avishai Cohen Trio at Montage, Andy Milne's Dapp Theory at High Fidelity, the Jens Winther European Quintet at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation and the Soul Rebels at High Fidelity. Friday's two shows split the difference from last Saturday's Los Lonely Boys event at the East End last weekend. The closed-off Alexander Street and East Avenue joined the RIJF for the first time Friday night, starting with the syncopated sensibility of Rochester's excellent HI IjAI. U'll MAHC. HI t,AL EASTVIEW MALL 13 TINSELTOWN 16 GREECE RIDOE II IQ IAMVII WMAIL DB. 229 I BUF1ALU RD IJUfiHUlJE HHJ0 CIR. Dfl SOO FANDAHQ02S0 247-?lB0 3JB M10 HEQAl Km AMC LOEWS HENRIETTA ST AO. II CULVER RIDOE IB WEBSTER 12 lit, MAHKf IP1AU OR. 2lb'j Hllldl HU 1AST 21WJ I MPIHE Bl VD 00 FAH JANGO27B taH-ffMOMOOltt 2M-B8S1 22 DOOR STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM. $1,735 WITH CUSTOM LAMINATED COUNTER TOPS. ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, opening for Toots. Toots was introduced by Ron Stack-man, most recently of the now-departed Big Roots, whose former outfit Bahama Mama once opened for the Maytals, some three decades ago. The Alexander Street clubs such as the Chocolate Bar plugged in live music such as Ben Torres and Mike Z to draw a crowd from the street. Sure, reggae shares a jazz sensibility, not only in the jam sense but in a socially iconoclastic way. You can't argue with the rabble-rousing Daisy Duke blondes, hanging out in the faux-country bar's orange General Lee bus, No. 01, blocking East Avenue. "We're here to walk around and flirt," said Sarah Spade. "And it works." Lord Byron Don Byron (Cool, a black guy who early in his career was playing Jewish klezmer music!) clearly has a chip on his shoulder. "I haven't been to Rochester since I applied at Eastman, 30 years ago," the New York City native said before playing a note at Kilbourn Hall, packed again. "And I didn't get in." The eclectic-minded Byron has done well enough. Sporting a straw fedora, slightly graying beard, winter-white sport coat, blue jeans and sandals, this is a guy who clearly blows clarinet (Woody Allen he ain't) for a living. Friday he was accompanied by pianist Jason Moran, who played Thursday at Montage, and drummer Billy Hart. Byron opened his show on tenor sax, which he attributed to an appreciation of Lester Young, the "codifier of American music," he said. But in his wide-ranging curiosity, the 48-year-old jazz player may be well on his way to codifying the American jazz experi ence himself. Breit guy Kevin Breit sells most of his records as an instrumentalist with Norah Jones, but for the Spotlight FROM PAGE 1C guitar and sings. But she appeared noticeably more at ease when sharing the spotlight with Dr. John. "La Javanaise," a Serge Gains- 'ONCE may well be the best music film of our generation." FOB MORE RAVE REVIfiWS LOG ON TO www.OncetnaLifetimeReviews.com PITTSFORD LITTLE PLAZA 9 THEATRE MONROE AVE. 240 EAST AVE. 383-1310 258-0444 I i f 1- 1 ' 'XV : $ h 't V . bmbmmwi'i'Iiiiiii i i mil Till! II! V -i WILL YURMAN staff photographer Omar Sosa performs at Max of Eastman Place on Friday, the penultimate day of the nine-day festival. Getting tickets The sixth annual Rochester International Jazz Festival closes today. Club Passes are sold out. They offer admission, space permitting, to more than 125 shows at State Street Bar & Grill (at the Crowne Plaza Hotel), 70 State St.; Kilbourn Hall, 26 Gibbs St.; Max of Eastman Place, 287 E. Main St.; High Fidelity, 170 East Ave.; The Montage, 50 Chestnut St.; Harro East Ballroom, 155 N. Chestnut St.; Reformation Lutheran Church, 111 N. Chestnut St.; and the Big Tent, Main and Gibbs streets. If available, single tickets for Club Pass locations are $20-$25at the door. Admission is free at three outdoor stages Jazz Street Stage, Gibbs Street and East Avenue; East Avenue and Chestnut Street; and East Avenue and Alexander Street and at the final Museum & Gallery Series show, at Strong National Museum of Play, 1 Manhattan Square. For details, go to www.rochesterjazz.com. Where to park East End Garage, Scio and Main streets, $2. Midtown Plaza Garage, 110 S. Clinton Ave., free until 2:30 a.m. Former Genesee Hospital parking garage, Alexander Street and Monroe Avenue, free from 5:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. For jam sessions at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, use the Sister Cities Garage, 8 N. Fitzhugh St., free. past two years at the Rochester International Jazz Festival he has added his own quirky outfits. Friday it was Sisters Media at Montage, four guys who bourg work from her current i album, was a sweet little French ditty highlighted by the minimalist approach of just Peyroux and her guitar and the stand-up bass player. But it lacked the interplay between musicians that we've seen so much of this week. At times, they sounded as though they were struggling to find their groove. The band as a whole seemed more comfortable on the songs like "A Little Bit" that were more rock and roll than intercontinental. It was apparent that the boys in the band really A PIE IN THE Written and Directed by Adrienne Shelly If only life were as easy as pie. ' IPG-131.- r www.foxsearchlight.com JM FYnllCnP'FVr.imiTVTC NOW PLAYING explored John Coltrane's "Giant Steps," Neil Young's "Southern Man" and Steve Earle's "I Ain't Ever Satisfied." JSPEVAKDemocratandChronicle.com wanted to cut loose. "(Looking for) The Heart of Saturday Night" featured more sweet, lyrical electric guitar work, too. When the skittishness faded, as it did on "I'm All Right," it was a bit of a relief. And the power and passion that fans might have expected finally kicked in toward the end of the set, on songs like "Dance Me to the End of Love." The night ended with a bit of redemption in "Don't Wait Too Long" endearing and quirky in all the right ways, a JNYFFELEDemocratandChronicle.com SKY DELIGHT! prnsr - ORD little REGAL PLAZA 9 THEATRE HENRIETTA STAD. 18 MONROE AVE. 240 EAST AVE. 525 MARKETPLACE DR. 383-1310 2M-0444 800-FANDANG0278

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