more by Nancy J. Parisi
Working in the shadow of downtown Buffalo’s brutalist concrete city court building, in a rusty and DIY-repaired Ford van, is bail bondsman George Osei Gyamfi.
Drivers heading south on Oak or Ellicott Streets and looking ahead at Coca-Cola Field (where the Buffalo Bisons play ball) and the magnificent Gothic Revival Old Post Office towers overhead may experience a spate of jaywalkers rushing to classe
With 50,000 square feet of new art exhibition space designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano alongside the elevated-train-turned-Highline, Whitney Museum of American Art officially opened to the public on May 1.
Glowing in their distinctive, retina-searing orange or yellow, sometimes with additional reflective white strips at top, safety cones are suddenly cropping up on the Buffalo landscape like scattering, PVC dandelions.
In reflective safety vests and bright orange helmets, a trio of Department of Transportation employees walked along Route 198/Scajaquada Expressway in Buffalo on June 2 along the shoulder of the roadway, working.
Giant flowers are blooming in the Old First Ward, at the corner of South Park Avenue and Hamburg Street.