In This Issue:
Made in Buffalo, the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was among the best-known and most-produced aircraft of World War II.
Even his political foes acknowledge that Marc Panepinto, newly elected state senator, bakes some mean cucidati.
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
It’s the winter of 2013 and Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley sits in his home in Buffalo, New York with his dog Lemmy curled up by his feet.
There’s a certain tone you’d expect from an album recorded in a liquor store basement.
Evan Hawkins’s art plays with conflicting ideas in the heady historical argument about decline versus ascent of human civilization.
Lucas Lloyd, now appearing in The Guns of Christmas at Subversive Theatre Collective, answers our probing questions…
Peyton Marshall’s novel belongs on the best-of-2014 lists.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
“The following is based on a true story.” I’ve come to dread seeing that sentence at the beginning of a film because it means I have to deal not only with what appears on screen but also its fidelity to the events the film is based on.
How many of us are faced, each December, with the tired and exasperating question of what to get for the proverbial person who has everything?
Makers of resplendent, tumescent booze have moved their still and bottling operation once again.
Evan Hawkins is a former Buffalonian now pursuing an MFA at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Sara M. Zak is a Buffalo artist. These works are part of her Daily December Paintings project, which you can follow at saramzak.blogspot.com.
How Wall Street’s Congressional assets held the federal budget hostage, and how much they were paid to do it.
Upstate’s perverse incentive to root for Wall Street.
We have seen all we are going to see of the CIA and Senate reports on torture. So what do we do now?