more by Geoff Kelly
[FILM & MUSIC] In the 2017 edition of this annual event, an ad hoc quartet comprising some of Buffalo finest string players—Jonathan Golove, Evan Courtin, Leanne Darling, and Don Metz—will perform Beethoven’s Sinfon...
[BURLESQUE] The Buffalo Burlesque Studio aims “to release your inner bombshell,” according to Mistress J Kiss, a.k.a. Jamie Doktor of the Stripteasers, Buffalo’s longest tenured (since 2004!) and much honored burlesque troupe.
[LITERARY] Naturally, co-founder Jonathan Welch would never himself throw a going-away party for the original location of Talking Leaves, the Main Street book shop in University Heights, which will close its doors forever next month. He’s not that kind of guy.
[MUSIC FESTIVAL] You want Americana? How about this: A music and art festival the weekend before the Fourth of July, in the shadows of Buffalo’s iconic grain elevators, with a lineup of roots music artists assembled by the folks at the Sportsmens Americana Music Foundation.
[THEATER] There’s much ado about the outdoor production of Julius Caesar in New York City, but Buffalonians know that’s nothing: Shakespeare in Delaware Park commences its 42nd season providing free, professional-grade theater to the masses six days a week fo
[FESTIVAL] It is completely unfair that it rains on every Buffalo Brewers Festival.
[ART] According to our pals at the Burchfield Penney Art Center, who are compiling a biographical database of all working artists in Western New York: “Marc Tomko describes himself as a ‘psychonautic bricoleur’ and an onimedia artist’ whose ‘ideas may evolve into physical...
[PERFORMANCE] Is Silo City becoming what Artpark was in the 1970s? A place that inspires and supports all manner of innovative art and artists?