more by Aaron Lowinger
[POETRY] The accolades come in hard and fast for the visionary poet and artist Terrance Hayes, whether it’s the National Book Award for Lighthead, or the MacArthur “genius” award, or his status as the poetry editor of the New York Times Magazine, it’
For the first time I can remember, the leading story after a weekend of football had little to do with sports but with the politics that surround it, much to the detriment of an unfolding humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico.
[FESTIVAL] The rolling hills, meadows, and woodlands of Knox Farm State Park are as good as any place in the area to check into early foliage displays, and this Saturday, September 30 you can do this and check out the Taste of New York Festival....
[CONFERENCE] The thing about climate change is, no matter whether some people deny it or others dispute the root cause and what we are able to do to stop it, it’s ravaging the planet’s entrenched seasonal cycles, disrupting wildlife and displacing millions of people while we go on arg
[OKTOBERFEST] For three years running, there’s been a great reason to celebrate cooler weather and stronger beer in the intimate and ever-growing Black Rock & Riverside Oktoberfest.
[JAZZ] The legacy of one of America’s finest cultural contributors of any era will be celebrated and played back this Friday, September 22 at the Burchfield Penney Art Center for a John Coltrane Birthday Celebration.
[FESTIVAL] Certainly one of the most unique entries we’ve seen on the local festival circuit, this Friday’s Tesla Festival is a throwback to an era where Buffalo found itself on the forefront of scientific and cultural innovation.