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TIMOTHY ENGLERT’s homage to the late, great Harbor Inn is titled The Night Paladino Shot the 1st Ward in the Heart. The landmark bar was demolished by Ellicott Development Corporation 15 years ago this month.
[PUNK] Fuzzy punk band Exmaids rolls in from New Jersey for a show at Sugar City on Friday, May 18.
[VISUAL ARTS] A former Catholic school at the corner of Amherst and East streets on Buffalo’s East Side will host a pop-up art exhibit, courtesy Paris’s Galerie Pact. The show, which opens with a reception Thursday, May 17, 5-9pm, is titled EXHzibitio. N. Title.
[METAL] Glam metal, emo, and hard rock collide for Hollywood’s Black Veil Brides. The over-the-top rock band, usually dressed in studded leather and torn black t-shirts are known for pretty spectacular live show.
STACEY ROBINSON’s Imaginary Spear, 2015, is part of Our Community: Works from the Gerald Mead Collection, at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (1221 Main Street) through May 28