more by Bruce Jackson
published on Feb. 1, 2017 6am
William Kunstler was for many years the best-known civil rights attorney in America. He had, since he first represented Freedom Riders attempting to integrate interstate buses in Mississippi in 1962, been a central figure in nearly every major civil rights case.
published on Feb. 1, 2017 12am
Large-scale protests are important—but imagine what dissident bureaucrats can do.
published on Jan. 10, 2017 10pm
Remembering the great journalist, cultural analyst, political and jazz critic, and independent thinker, who died last week at the age of 91.
published on Sep. 28, 2016 12am
Comparing the Albright-Knox’s public planning process and the Olmsted Conservancy’s less-than-open approach.
published on Aug. 17, 2016 1am
Votes aren’t being stolen from one candidate or another. They are being stolen from us.
published on Aug. 3, 2016 2am
Olmsted’s public meeting on Marcy Casino restaurant plan allows few questions, provides few answers.
published on Jul. 28, 2016 11am
Gaughan’s letter to The Public, Jackson says, ratifies what he wrote to begin with.
published on Jul. 20, 2016 1am
While jogging of a February morning, Gaughan imagined upgrading Delaware Park’s golf course. Here is why that’s the wrong direction to go.
published on Jun. 22, 2016 1am
Buffalo, more than any other city, should think measure twice before you cut once.
published on Jun. 15, 2016 3am
Should a publicly owned building become a privately run bar/restaurant with virtually no public input?