This Week's Agenda from Loop Magazine

by / May. 4, 2016 3am EST

Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine

Natural Narratives
6-10PM at Prism Gallery, 224 Allen St.

Using found objects the discarded remains of all sorts of beasts, Brian Dickenson creates sculptural histories, capturing moments that tell a story to the viewer. Some are takes on traditional folk tales, such as Hansel and Gretel, others are more personal stories. Artist reception includes light refreshment; exhibition on view through May 30. In the adjacent Glow Gallery: Mixed Messages, multimedia works by Bill Battaglia.

AIDS Walk Buffalo 2016
10AM-1PM at Hoyt Lake in Delaware Park

A 3-mile hike through scenic Elmwood Village and it’s surrounding neighborhoods, followed by a barbecue at Hoyt Lake, plus bonus experiences for the hour leading up to the event. Participants have spent the past two months raising a hoped-for $90,000 or more for Evergreen Health Services from friends, family and colleagues willing to sponsor their walk.

The Naked Magic Show
10:30PM at 710 Main Theatre, 710 Main St.

The world’s naughtiest magic show. Get ready for two hot, hilarious magicians — Christopher Wayne and Mike Tyler) starring in this R-rated spectacle. Good magicians don’t need sleeves, and great musicians don’t need pants. Tickets available at with limited VIP seats including a meet-and-greet plus pictures with the stars also available.

Leather Night
10PM at Underground, 274 Delaware Ave.

Everyone dons their favorite skins for this party, hosted by the Buffalo Bulldogs after the group’s monthly meeting. This month’s theme: Sports Night.

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