In This Issue:
Erie County first blamed its own workers for the five-year-old’s death, now must argue that those workers did nothing wrong.
The foot of Ferry Street has been an active fishing and sporting site for generations. This circa 1900 view is looking north from the West Ferry Street Bridge, the Black Rock Harbor on the left, the Erie Canal on the right.
Interim superintendent Don Ogilvie scores an unlikely 9-0 vote during contentious Board of Education meeting.
Will SCOTUS protect your right to rant on Facebook?
Celebrated cellist Amit Peled joins the BPO this weekend in a program full of stories.
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
Most fans in Buffalo probably know them as DJ Dstar and Biacco, but to the rest of the country Don Skotnicki and Matt McGurn are known as Solidisco.
Beverly Semmes’s art currently on exhibit at the Nina Freudenheim Gallery is part of what the artist calls her Feminist Responsibility Project.
Virtual reality has been hovering over the tech industry landscape for decades, but it may have finally arrived in the form of Oculus Rift, an imposing headset that fits over the eyes and ears and subsumes the user into a foreign world.
On Donald Antrim’s new book of short stories.
That the Academy Awards are the greatest promotional device Hollywood has ever devised is unarguable.
The team behind the Black Market Food Truck are ready to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant in the Genesee Gateway project.
This week’s cover art: Boy with Scarf from the series Inside Voices by Julie Molloy.
BRENDAN BANNON is a Western New York native who makes his home in Buffalo and Angola, as well as in Nairobi, Kenya from time to time. This is a photograph taken from the shores of Lake Erie.
Lies, hallucinations, apologists, and Brian Williams.
Where the money that keeps Western New York flush comes from.