Now that we're past the holidays — and maybe you're still trying to stick to those New Year's resolutions — what is there to look forward to until spring? More snow? The strategic battle against frostbite? We say there's still quite a bit to be excited about during the first few months of 2015.
Rochesterians are hardy; we know how to thrive during the cold. So look around: there are still many opportunities to distract you from the chill. This annual Winter Guide is packed with ideas on how to make the most of the next three months.
Looking for opportunities to get out of the house? Turn to page 16 for a list of 15 significant events happening in the first few months of 2015.
If you're tired of eating leftovers, check out page 8 for five area restaurants serving up can't-miss, comforting meals. Along those same lines, look to page 4 for five drinks that will warm your bones.
As much as we wish it weren't true, the snow is inevitable and there will be days you dread leaving the house. Why not stock up on a few tabletop games to play with friends on the days the weather is at its worst? Check page 10 for a roundup on locally produced games and a few area groups who can teach you how to play.
There are also opportunities in Rochester to expand your creativity. On page 12, we talked with several local teachers about the arts classes they teach.
What are you looking forward to this winter? Let us know at rochestercitynewspaper.com. -- Jake Clapp