In This Issue:
The book on charter schools, warns Haimson, is in: They suck up public funds, while keeping their own records private; they are relentlessly focused on testing to the detriment of traditional learning models.
The 10-story, 600,000-square-foot Larkin Terminal Warehouse, designed by Lockwood, Greene, & Co., was completed in under one year from 1911 to 1912.
How (and perhaps why) the Jacobs family gave so generously to Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign.
Ten percent of former prisoners report being sexually assaulted in prison. What’s being done about it?
Pop-punk is a genre that has always come in different stages since its earliest days in the 1990s. We saw rises back then, then again in the mid 2000’s, and now a new wave of pop-punk is rising.
Indie/folk rock band the Decemberists, hailing for Portland, Oregon will once again make their way back to Buffalo to play a show at the UB Center For The Arts on Wednesday, Apr
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks
“Tango is a music of love, passion, and hatred,” says Moshe Shulman, in a thick Russian accent. Shulman usually performs tango music in Buffalo as the Director of the Buffalo Tango
Photojournalist Orin Langelle’s exhibit at his new ¡Buen Vivir! gallery at 148 Elmwood in Allentown takes on world climate change and the official media’s so-called “objectivity.”
It all comes back to Duchamp.
There are two major thematic currents working their way through Arthur Miller’s landmark mid-twentieth-century play Death of a Salesman, the playwright’s
MusicalFare presents playwright Eric Simonson’s astute and inspiring modern tragedy.
A recollection of a season spent with Pulitzer-winning poet John Berryman.
Inspired by the November 16th broadcast of This Day in History, a daily WBFO feature spoken by Mark Wozniak, stating that the day marked the 118th anniversary of electricity reaching the city of Buffalo,
A quick guide to what’s at the movies this week.
The Stanley Kubrick exhibition now running in Toronto through January 25 is also the largest ever to grace this space, filling 7,000 square feet on two floors with nearly 1,000 artifacts.
Last week’s Big Fuss farm fundraiser had local chefs showing off their best. Here are a few things to get excited about on Buffalo-area menus in the coming season.
Mickey Harmon is a local illustrator and graphic designer. His work reflects the environment in which he lives, Buffalo, New York.
The Public: Issue No. 2Biggest Little City in the World, 2014, acrylic and oil on 24x36” canvas by Chuck Tingley
Why we always believe things are worse than ever—and must find someone and something to blame.