In This Issue:
“We are the proud possessors of a most magnificent temple of God, but we have not built it.
Dean Skelos arranged for real estate mogul Leonard Litwin, tied to Skelos’s corruption charges, to send $100,000 to the Erie County GOP in one night.
Assemblywoman Crystal Peoples-Stokes moves forward with her push to bring mayoral control to Buffalo Public Schools.
Dean Skelos says he won’t resign. Meantime, the jockeying for position to replace him has begun.
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
Inside the gallery, an excellent exhibit of the sculptor’s wood carvings. Outside the gallery, beavers are at it, too.
A Musical Interlude: New Paintings by Gary L. Wolfe at Starlight Studio & Art Gallery.
It’s Halloween and a young Zachary Patton walks into his fifth grade classroom. He’s wearing the new Adidas sneakers his mom just bought him, but this morning he laced them up with black and orange laces. Jaws drop. The crowd goes wild.
This production makes as good a case for playwright Martin McDonagh’s challenging, assertively disharmonious vision as one could ask for.
Mary Kate O’Connell has long been known as Western New York’s First Lady of Musical Theater.
For better or for worse, as a gay man, Joni Mitchell taught me a lot about articulating my feelings.
Is there any more misused movie term than “film noir”? Too often it is applied to any B&W crime film, as if it were nothing but a “look.”
A roundup review of session beers sure to satisfy during drinking season.
RATHBUN KEEPS BUILDING / CAITLIN CASS‘s fourth installment in her biography of Buffalo entrepreneur Benjamin Rathbun.
The wealth disparity and racial division that characterizes Baltimore exists in Buffalo. What are we going to do about it?