more by Geoff Kelly
[COMIC BOOKS] Comics creator Jim Starlin, whose five-decade career is studded with highlights, is having another big moment right now: His character Thanos, whom he first introduced into the Marvel cosmos in 1973 in Iron Man #55, is the central villain of Avengers: Infinity...
Activists just dropped a banner at the corner of Elmwood and Bryant, where a partnership between developers Nick Sinatra and Carl Paladino has proposed a five-story building requiring variances under the city’s Green Code, which has many neighborhood residents up in arms.
[MUSIC, ETC.] Leave it to Don Metz to arrange some extraordinary exit music for himself.
[FESTIVAL] It’s springtime in Buffalo, and naturally our thoughts turn to ice: to great swaths of churning river ice, set loose at last to rush toward the Niagara Falls, freeing our riparian city of its chilling effect.
[BENEFIT CONCERT] In an era when funding for arts education is continually diminished, the value of an organization like Buffalo String Works can hardly be overstated: The grassroots, musician-led organization provides instrumental instruction to underserved students,...
[DOCUMENTARY] In 2014, documentary filmmaker Whitney Dow’s first installment of The Whiteness Project, comprising 21 interviews filmed in Buffalo, was aired on PBS. The interviewees were all white people, asked to talk about race—specifically, about how they viewed their whiteness.