In This Issue:
At ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery, Orin Langelle exhibits photographs that open the door on a life engaged in social and environmental justice movements.
”No, the market is not a quiet place. In fact, it’s noisier than a newspaper editorial room. Or a boiler shop. Oceans of foodstuffs and a babel of tongues.”
“Gossip,” said Walter Winchell, that despicable old Red-baiter, “is the art of saying nothing in a way that leaves practically nothing unsaid.”
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
Buffalo’s own Lemuria begins a US tour in support of Tigers Jaw this spring, with a stop at The Waiting Room
The constructions and deconstructions of artist Jozef Bajus at Manuel Barreto Gallery.
You may know Donna Hoke as a playwright or as the constructor of The Public crossword puzzle. Get to know her better.
Nigel Hamilton’s book sheds light on FDR’s relationships with Churchill and Stalin, and with his own generals.
Pull up a chair and let’s chat about John Ruskin, the eminent Victorian art and social critic…
Mike Shatzel’s latest venture brings his love for craft beer to Allen Street.
From De Profundis (Dock Guy #2) by Lawrence Brose.
Tom HughesArchitectural Growth #6: We just made it up, 2014 ink on paper
19 Ideas, 19 Covers. Friday March 28, Essex Art Center.
Looking back at his time on the front line, Bruce Jackson explains why the War on Drugs is, and always has been, shooting blanks.