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The big film release of the weekend — on Netflix, as so often happens these days — is Dolemite Is My Name, the first film that star-producer Eddie Murphy actually seems to have cared about in many a year.
DANIELLE SAEVA is a BFA student and SUNY Buffalo State. Her current exhibit is called Concerning Fate, at 1045 Elmwood Gallery of the Arts (1045 Elmwood Avenue) through April 16. There’s an opening reception Friday, April 12, 6-9pm.
[ROCK] It’s been about three years since the last one, but the Continental Reunion is back. For those that don’t know, the Continental was one of Buffalo’s original punk, post punk, and new wave rock clubs.
It’s that time of year again: Record Store Day is upon us!
[MUSIC] Last fall, singer Curtis Lovell released an album recorded during a live performance at Buffalo’s GCR recording studio, which is worth a listen: Lovell, who performs solo with an amp, a looper, and a microphone, is live-performance phenomenon. Which is to say, best
[CHORAL] This is the annual semi-fancy fundraiser for the Buffalo Gay Men’s Chorus, and it gets held throughout the gorgeous lobby at Shea’s Performing Arts Center on the evening of Saturday, April 13.