Business Spotlight: Narwhal Systems
Photo by: Krit Upra for Floated Magazine
>>Software developers Greg Shear and Joseph Shearer of Narwhal Systems partner with the Rochester Public Market to create an app that benefits the customers, the vendors, and the greater market infrastructure.
Read the full business spotlight as featured in Floated magazine.
These Streets: Bi-Coastal Collaborative Poetry
Photo provided by: Jordan Moss
>>Local poet J. Edward Moss and his uncle John Burgess of Seattle collaborate in a synergetic collection of poetry about their respective cities, entitled These Streets.
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In the Woodshed with Charlie
“Nothing Ethereal About Her” and the Vitality of Womanhood
Floated Issue 9
Photos by: Olivia Edvalson (top) and Krit Upra (bottom) for Floated Magazine
Floated Issue 9 has dropped! You can read the digital magazine here. My pieces are on Charlie Blu jewelry (p. 20) and on local environmental group Impact Earth (p. 80).
Redbeard Samurai and the Diversity of Sound
Photo provided by: Blake Pattengale
> Eastman alum Blake Pattengale aims to be “an arbiter of good times and positive energy” with his rap project Redbeard Samurai.
Read the full editorial from Floated magazine here!
Alyssa Rodriguez and the Nyckelharpa
Photo provided by: Alyssa Rodriguez
>>Alyssa Rodriguez is a multi-instrumentalist originally from Connecticut who has lived in Rochester since 2014. In her years here, she has shared her love of traditional folk music with the community by teaching fiddle lessons at the Kanack School, playing gigs around town, and exposing new audiences to the nyckelharpa, a keyed fiddle from Sweden.
Click here to read the interview published in Floated magazine!