more by Nancy J. Parisi
It was, amongst other statements on a growing list, Trump’s documented pussy-grabbing boast and his “such a nasty woman” comment-turned-meme about Hillary Clinton that began propelling citizens from revulsion to activism in 2016.
Welcoming, warm-up remarks made by Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul primed the capacity crowd at Buffalo Museum of Science on Wednesday, April 6.
The Buffalo hospital named for the former tailor who arrived in the city in 1822, lawyer, University at Buffalo founder, State Assemblyman, Congressman and 13th U.S. president was imploded on Saturday, October 3, 2015.
Small American flags were placed, as has been local tradition since 2004, to memorialize each of the 2,977 citizens killed in the three terrorist plane crashes of 9/11/01 in Manhattan, Shanksville, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.
Prish Moran glides into one of the businesses that she owns, Sweet_ness 7 Café, her Grant Street location, and throws open the dark drapes near the doorway. The staff cheers. Regulars also cheer her entrance.
PUBLIC and Hydraulic Hearth held their premier Invitational Golf Tournament, a mini-golf tourney, on Sunday, July 26 at Larkin Links, the city’s nouveau “art/nano-sized golf course.” Lo
A peaceable throng, dressed in their City Honors cardinal and gray, rallied for their beloved coach, Deborah Matos, on the steps of City Hall on Tuesday July 21.
On Thursday, July 16 (perfectly-timed #716day) in his chambers, Mayor Byron Brown welcomed director and screenwriter Fred Olen Ray back to Buffalo as he begins filming another feature movie through