Rochester Running Community Getting Their Run On

The Medved Feast of Burden Five Mile run will affect Downtown traffic, parking and transit service on Thursday, Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving Day).

The annual run will cause the following streets to be temporarily closed from 8:30 a.m. until approximately 11:00 a.m.:
*       Exchange Boulevard South bound from Broad Street to Plymouth Avenue
*       Exchange Boulevard North bound from Ford Street to Broad Street
*       Ford Street from Mt. Hope Avenue to Plymouth Avenue
*       Wilson Boulevard from Ford Street to Intercampus Drive
*       Court Street from South Avenue to Exchange Street.

For more information about the Medved Feast of Burden Five Mile run, email Andrea@medvedrunwalk.com, or visit their website at www.medvedrunwalk.com.

This is a Historical First

Congrats to Fatimat Reid the first black female elected  to Family Court,  ohh and also broke the glass ceiling to be the first black female to be elected higher than city court.  Now for those of you saying I am just  getting old and can’t remember stuff or smoking something you would be right on just one point.

This is why Just Law is needed, not just for kids but for you to find out how the system words and how changes can be achieved.  The power resides in you.  So thank you for doing your civic duty and showing the power of a vote.

Reid edged out Republican Nicole Bayly by about 830 votes. Bayly conceded the race Tuesday evening.  Today at 1:26 PM.

Democrat candidate Fatimat Reid has won the race.

First under 4 min. mile (google it now)…first under 9 sec 100 meter (just say Bolt) now and the County court ceiling has been broken say Judge Reid now!!

ps.  Judge Charles Willis first black male 1979 to crack ceiling – reason I know good friend of my dad with a great sense of humor.

Coat Drive


Buffalo Bills’ LeSean McCoy Joins Mayor Warren for “Bringing Christmas Downtown” Coat Drive on Nov. 20

(Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018) – Mayor Lovely A. Warren will be joined by Buffalo Bills’ superstar LeSean McCoy as they encourage Rochesterians to donate new coats for children from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the Blue Cross Arena, 100 Exchange Blvd.

Anyone who donates a new children’s coat will receive a signed photo from McCoy, the star running back of the Buffalo Bills, who is co-sponsoring the event with the City of Rochester through his foundation, Shades of Greatness. Radio station WDKX will be broadcasting live from the arena for the evening.

Buffalo Bills fans are encouraged to come down and celebrate their favorite football team while giving the gift of a warm coat to a child.

The coats collected at the event will be distributed to children at the Mayor’s annual “Bringing Christmas Downtown” event on Dec. 15. New or gently used dry-cleaned coats and new unwrapped toys can also be donated at City Hall during normal business hours through Dec. 3.