In This Issue:
The plan includes longer hours and new programs. How will it compare to charter school proposals?
“Our business is not primarily to turn furniture into money, but to produce something really worthwhile and to serve well.” – Irvine J. Kittinger
We spoke with the Food Bank of Western New York to find out which items they need most this time of year.
About that legislature email scandal…
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks
At age 25, DJ Sike has become a fixture on the Buffalo hip hop scene.
This holiday season, shoppers can avoid the hectic last-minute Christmas shopping at crowded big-box stores as they make their way to the fourth annual Queen City Market this S
Art can be used as a tool to solve many problems. Thus, about one year ago the Erie County Legislature and Executive and Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown made the commitment to a public art program with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
Renee Landrigan, currently starring in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer at the New Phoenix, submits to our weekly quiz.
Six graphic novels for varying ages and tastes that are available locally.
On Monday, December 15, The Public sponsors a screening of the classic holiday film as a benefit for the Food Bank of WNY.
Laura Poitras’s Citizenfour documents the story of NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
An exhibit of 75 works by 12 well-known local artists continues through December 20.
I happened to be in Mexico this fall when a series of marches, protests, and actions took place in response the disappearance, in late September, of 43 students from Ayotzinapa.
The Public: Issue No. 5
When it comes to stories about police violence, citizen journalists turn out to be our most reliable sources.
We’re almost back to 2008 employment levels in Western New York. But what sort of jobs?