In This Issue:
Local college and university adjunct instructors join a national movement to improve pay, benefits, and working conditions.
Per the City of Buffalo’s real property database, 16,965 of our city’s 93,475 properties were listed as vacant or abandoned in 2013.
Kennedy made political hay of failings in the county’s child welfare system, but did his legislation solve any problems?
“The basis of Flatsitter is to merge new technologies,” says Jax Deluca, who, with her partner Kyle Marler, have formed the interdisciplinary video, programming, and music collaborative known as Fla
Our friends at BuffaBlog present weekly local album reviews and event picks. Find them in print in The Public weekly!
At Hi-Temp Fabrications, an audio/video installation augmented on November 12 by a dance performance.
The appearance of substantial verbal content in visual art in the latter half of the last century, according to creators of this exhibit, was political.
MusicalFare’s production of the famous musical revue showcases sensational young talents.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER.
The notes in an Irish air are long and mournful, often solitary against a backdrop of irregular silences and a wailing drone.
The ninth annual survey of Polish cinema includes Andrzej Wajda’s 2013 film about Lech Walesa.
New openings this weekend include a starring performance from one of the most reliable comic supporting actors of our time, J. K. Simmons, and the directorial debut of The Daily Show host Jon Stewart.
A sipping tour of six local breweries and their best seasonal beers.
The Public: Issue No. 1Illustration by Craig Larotonda / Revelation Studios
The Rise and Fall of Benjamin Rathbun
Pundits have been calling this year’s election a “Republican tsunami,” but it was really a mixed bag.
Is there a demand for a few thousand new housing units in a city with 20,000 or more vacant housing units already? Not likely.
The public should have full access to reports on Attica and Guantanamo. We don’t. And even if we did…