more by Evan James
[PARTY] Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but this Saturday, February 20, Buffalo Iron Works is hosting their annual Cure vs. Smiths dance party— the thirteenth overall, and third since making the move from Mohawk to Iron Works.
[JAZ] Fifteen graduate students from the University of Michigan come to Buffalo’s Dreamland this Saturday to represent the school in their one of a kind Creative Arts Orchestra (CAO).
[DANCE] Looking to have a spicier Valentine’s Day than usual? Choise of Valentines, A Burlesque Cabaret will be at the Patchwork Theatre in Niagara Falls all this weekend.
[POP] The synth pop duo responsible for the song “Shake It” eight or so years ago roll into the Waiting Room this Thursday, in what should be a fun show.
[HARDCORE] Information about Household is scarce. So much so, that any press online about them is split between them, and a trio from Brooklyn of the same name. What I did end up finding was a hardcore punk band from Minneapolis with a modest, but undeniably loyal following.
[AMERICANA] Americana comes to the Daily Planet Coffee Company as the Healing Committee play their own quirky blend of “folk and roll.” The trio is made up of Kathryn Koch on vocals, harmonica, and saxophone, Timmy P.
[ACOUSTIC] Multi-talented singer/songwriter Mary Beth King will be at Daily Planet Coffee Company for what is sure to be a sweet, soulful, but energetic lunch hour.
[PARTY] Take off your platform shoes and put on skates instead, because Friday,
[FESTIVAL] For the second year in a row, Larkin Square, Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery, and Flying Bison Brewery team up host the family-friendly, activity packed Larkinville Ice Festival. The activity lineup, which is so long, we can’t print even half of it, includes...