Block Club loves you Rochester!
That’s right, Flower City. Beginning today, you can now find Block Club magazine in your neck of the woods! Woohooo!!!
Only 1,000 copies are available, and based on our experience here in Buffalo, they go fast. But they’re free, made with lots of love, and are ready for all for you to enjoy! You can find Block Club at 25 locations in and around the city, including Boulder Coffee Co., Joe Bean Coffee Roasters, House of Guitars, Genesee Brewing Co., The Little Theatre, The George Eastman House, Needle Drop Records, The Owl House, and many more.
This issue is our 32nd, and is called Stop. In it, we discuss the things in our cities and lives that end, and what we do in response. It includes a wonderful story by Rochester writer Laura Sikes about the city’s dormant subway platforms, which were beautifully photographed by another Rochesterian Kyle Schwab.
Pictured above is local artist Thievin’ Stephen, whose wall art tag is captured in one of Kyle’s photos. Our distributor-and-bestie Lulu caught up with Stephen today, who’s hard at work on the city’s Wall Therapy event, where he caught up with the photo.
We’re pumped to be in your fine town, Rochester, and can’t wait to explore, learn, converse and share more! Rust Belt unite! (Pittsburgh, we’re coming for you next…)
Ben and the Block Club team