Holy Dickens! Squeaky Wheel Dysfunctional Holiday Party
Buffalo’s venerable Squeaky Wheel Film & Arts Center is the area’s longest running media resource center, providing opportunities for youth, adults and artists to create and exhibit their work. The organization will be turning 30 in the coming months, and moving to a new location in the Market Arcade Building, owned by local developer, Nick Sinatra. “Squeaky Wheel moving in was a slam dunk on our part. It met our mission and fits the theme of the building that houses other non-profits and creative businesses. This is a symbiotic relationship, and we are excited to be working with them,” says Sinatra. CEPA and Squeaky Wheel have plans to cross-pollinate with programming, resources and future events in Squeaky Wheel’s new theater and gallery space. On Saturday December 13, starting at 8pm, Squeaky Wheel will be having their annual Dysfunctional Holiday Party, this year at the Market Arcade Film & Arts Center. Local favorites John Toohill and Jack Topht will MC this event, alongside DJ Dana Dancehammer, ABCDJ and an array of festive performances, including a burlesque show. For more information, see our extended article at dailypublic.com.