Former drug addict and prison inmate Halbert Sullivan turned his life around. Sullivan, who grew up in Rochester, founded the Fathers’ Support Center in St. Louis to help break the cycle of poverty. Could his successful program work here?
At 35, Rachel Bovard—who grew up in Dansville—has become a leading strategist and voice on the right in America. In a conversation, she reflects on her Rochester-area roots and what life is like in 2019 for a young conservative woman in the nation’s capital.
The Village movement’s mutual support nonprofits are designed to help seniors live independently while combatting isolation and loneliness. Nationwide, there are 250 Villages, but none in Rochester—yet.
Creators of the “Impossible Burger” have a Brighton native on staff. Dr. David J. Lipman, whose father founded Lipman’s Kosher Market, is its chief science officer.