In This Issue:
A day in the life of Erie County’s only designated sexual assault case worker.
The Globe Cycle Works first annual run took place on May 24, 1896.
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
When I first started writing for the local music blog buffaBLOG not long after moving here from Pittsburgh, editor Mac McGuire gave me a rundown of the scene.
A 2014 Billboard magazine headline read “Vinyl Sales Hit Historic High in 2014.” Take that in for a moment. More vinyl records were sold last year than in any year since 1991, the year Nielsen began tracking vinyl record sales.
Superb works in paper and wood by Diane Bond, Jodi Harvey-Brown, Doris Timkey, and Marie Prince.
Kerrykate Abel specializes in brassy dames, typically with hearts of gold. Here, she submits to The Public Questionnaire.
Patti Smith, the rock-and-roll legend and author of Just Kids, speaks at Babel this Friday, April 17.
Robert Kenner’s new documentary portrays the methods and madness of right-wing propagandists who seek to discredit climate change.
Anyone lured into True Story expecting a goofy comedy from the casting of stars James Franco and Jonah Hill will be disabused of that notion by the opening scene.
Public Espresso + Coffee brings unique coffee and collaborations to Buffalo—including Community Beer Work’s Espresso Whale.
BUFFALO UNCONFERENCE—which takes place this Saturday, April 18 at D!G, the shared workspace in the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus’s Innovation Center—promises to bring together
SATURDAY, APRIL 18 IS RECORD STORE DAY, when celebrants pay homage to the brick-and-mortar shops that sell music and serve as anchors to communities of fans.
Check out photos from our fourth edition of The Public Presents at Nietzsche’s!
Remembering writer Günter Grass—a moral witness to Nazism and also a Nazi—who passed away last week.
Frontman of Every Time I Die, Keith Buckley guides our readers with heartfelt and brutally honest advice.