In This Issue:
“The Lehigh Valley Railroad has given Buffalo its first modern passenger station.” —Buffalo Morning Express, August 31, 1916
The latest Buffalo Board of Education meeting turned out to be a tease.
Buffalo’s inaugural Ice Festival last weekend was elementary, Dear Watson.
You heard it here first: Pigeon under investigation. Plus, a dog named George III…
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
At Art Dialogue Gallery, the late Andrew Sanders’s perfect little captures of people and places.
Actor Ray Boucher reveals himself to The Public…
One night in 2008 at La Luna nightclub on Chippewa Street the sounds of merengue reverberated throughout the space as the band played song after song, inspiring couples to step out on the dance floor.
Michael Crummey’s fourth novel will break your heart in the most beautiful way.
Sheeba consults the cosmos so that you can just carry on with your mundane, little life. February 4-10, 2015.
A moving chronicle of musician Glen Campbell’s final tour.
Director Mike Leigh talks about his films and the goals and methods of storytelling.
Julia Wald: Opening Reception 2/7: 7pm Dreamland, 387 Franklin St.
THE RISE AND FALL OF BENJAMIN RATHBUN by local artist Caitlin Cass is the subject of an exhibit opening this
In considering the possibility of a downtown stadium, consider the city’s many past planning mistakes.
People who made it a point to see Iliza Shlesinger perform in Buffalo last year probably knew her as the only woman to win NBC’s Last Comic Standing or as the host of Excused, a syndicated dating show that now airs exclusively in