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We want to hear what you make. Because the people who make stuff - the artists, business owners, entrepreneurs and dreamers - are the people who actually make up the larger economy.So this year we began recording stories about what you make in our listening booth. You can hear them below, and subscribe to our "Makers" podcast series on the right.If you'd like to host the listening booth at your event, drop us a line.

Sarah C. Rutherford: What do you make?

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Zack Seward
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The Innovation Trail took its listening booth to TEDxRochester this year, to collect stories about what people make, and why.

Sarah C. Rutherford is a maker of things and making things happen.  She's an illustrator and painter, who works out of a space at Rochester's Public Market.

The Innovation Trail sat down with Rutherford in our listening booth at TEDxRochester in November 2011.  She told us about the connections she sees between art and food - and how Rochester has been a conducive environment to bringing those connections to life.

Like the music? It's "And Put to Rest Manic Limbs" by Buffalo-based Poverty Hymns.

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