In This Issue:
The former plant of the Mentholatum Co., 1360 Niagara Street, is one of the Niagara River’s iconic daylight factory buildings.
What’s $1.8 million between friends? We were astonished when, in March, a friend told The Public that the Buffalo Sewer Authority pays the City of Buffalo $1.8 million each year for—wel
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
The Slums practice in a beat-up building with beer cans stacked high on basically every flat surface but the foosball table, which remains open for impromptu games.
Eight artists try their hand at collage art in the current TGW Gallery show, with some outstanding results.
Currently playing Elliot Ortiz in Water by the Spoonful at Road Less Traveled, Anthony Alcocer reveals himself to The Public.
In their collaborative novel, Gavin Kovite and Christopher Robinson add a new and welcome reality to the body of contemporary American war literature.
Film review of Welcome to Me, starring Kristen Wiig.
The weird, the worrisome, and the thought-provoking at the Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto.
Film reviews for Like Sunday, Like Rain, and The Foreigner.
TWO HELMETS / PATRICK FORAN’s current exhibit at Niagara University’s Castellani Museum examines the ways in which coverings obsc
Celebrating Art! 2015 is Buffalo Public Schools Annual Student Art Exhibition. Artwork from students in every school within the district from grades K-12 is represented.
A reflection on the work of Joseph Jacobs, the renowned Tuscarora artist, who passed away earlier this month.
Editor’s note: As frontman of Every Time I Die, Keith Buckley has traveled the wor