In This Issue:
Everyone likes to say, “It’s all about the children.” Nonsense. It’s about the adults making decisions about schools.
Food for millions has passed through the grain elevators of the Port of Buffalo, site of the greatest concentration of grain storage capacity in history.
Jennifer Koh (b.
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
The creator, the innovator, and the wonder that is Ani DiFranco.
When Jess Collins returned to Buffalo after a stint in Arizona, it was mainly about music and musical personalities.
Design Block, a new discussion group, convenes at Manuel Barreto Furniture in Allentown.
Now appearing at the Alleyway Theatre as Mrs. Robinson, Constance Caldwell has had an eclectic stage career.
Sheeba forecasts the psychic temperature of your loved ones. January 27-February 3.
In the current climate of racial controversies, Black or White’s story of a familial dispute generated by racial differences could have benefited from its inadvertent timeliness. Sadly, it doesn’t bring much to the table.
If you’re a fan of urban crime dramas—Coppola’s The Godfather, Sidney Lumet’s Prince of the City, Serpico, Dog Day Afternoon, David Mamet’s early work—you’ll want to see this film.
If you’re among those who try to see as many of the Academy Award nominees as possible prior to the awards telecast, you’re in luck this year: With the exception of The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is already on cable, most of the major no
The Bourbon and Butter chef suggests what to order at his restaurant, plus what to try cooking at home.
A PIE-EYED NIGHT WITH PEGGY O’NEIL is the latest installment in a Buffalo Historical Fiction book series illustrated by Mickey Harmon.
Four independent local music acts, Humble Braggerrs, Mic Excel, JeffRepeater, and Cove, also known as Just Joe, took the stage at Nietzshe’s on January 23 at the first The Public Presents.
Pat Kewley predicts the future.
ECHDC has promised a “new” plan for the Outer Harbor—but expect more of the same.
Who will pay the sunk costs for a stadium about to be abandoned? Taxpayers, of course.