In This Issue:
The slain president’s funeral train arrived at Buffalo’s Exchange Street depot 150 years ago.
Despite their contributions to overall academic success, music programs at Buffalo Public Schools have been gutted.
Last week, the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority’s board of commissioners postponed its regular meeting by a week. When it meets at noon this Thursday at 300 Perry Street, count on the following to happen:
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
The late Joe Orffeo is the subject of two recent exhibits, at Meibohm Fine Arts and Eleven Twenty Projects gallery.
Tim Newell plays Felix in the Jewish Repertory’s production of The Odd Couple, opening this weekend.
“When I became a tango teacher I was really inspired and wanted to learn more about the culture of tango and bring that to Buffalo and to my students as well,” says tango dancer Travis Michael Widrick.
Meet Just Buffalo Literary Center’s artistic director, Barbara Cole.
On Friday, Toronto’s sprawling Hot Docs documentary film festival begins its 10-day run.
Right now hops is tops, but the mysteries of malting are what make beer great.
Paradise Wine, now open on Rhode Island Street, proves that thoughtfully made, delicious wine can fit any budget.
CONVERSATION HAVING HUMANITY / FELICE KOENIG & RODNEY TAYLOR, from Koenig’s Drawing Together series, opening Friday, April 24,
CATHERINE LINDER SPENCER was one of three artists featured last Saturday at Chelsea’s Studio E Partners.