In This Issue:
Meet K2, a translator for US armed forces in the Afghanistan war, now a resident of Buffalo.
“It’s not only the best free joyride in town and a special pleasure to anyone who ever got tangled up in any of the traffic jams below—but also gives a completely new and breathtakingly sweeping panoramic view of what somehow seems a much greater
A beloved institution trades opens its doors in a new neighborhood.
The BPO and pianist Alain LeFevre present works by Florent Schmitt and George Gershwin.
After two upcoming local concerts, choral ensemble Harmonia is headed to Carnegie Hall.
An interview with the now solo former member of the Babies and Woods.
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
Elliot Douglas is as humble as he is talented.
Some precociously accomplished-looking artworks by area secondary school students are currently on view at the UB Center for the Arts.
Buffalo theater mainstay Anne Roaldi Boucher has graduated to grownup roles—and reveals herself in this week’s Public Questionnaire.
If you ever looked at a classic vampire movie and thought that Dracula’s cape looks not unlike a male chador, you’re on the wavelength for A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, a Sundance presentation that all by itself nearly makes up for every failed attempt of the past decade to breath new life in the vampire genre.
New film about rape on campus highlights universities’ failure to act.
CHAMBER by Gary Sczerbaniewicz, a Buffalo-based multimedia artist whose work is currently the subject of a show at the
Photo series by Brendan Bannon focusing on The Public’s profile “A Life, Translated”.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech for the US Congress is all politics—the bad kind of politics.