In This Issue:
“Alleys, like this section of Booth Alley, may soon be a thing of the past. They once served as thoroughfares but many have been obliterated by parking lots and new buildings.” –Buffalo Courier Express, January 27, 1968
10 acts to check out this summer if you just need some damn air conditioning in your life.
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
The title of artist George Afedzi Hughes’s exhibit now at the Indigo Gallery on Allen Street is Collisions [amp], the “[amp]” for
The first national Independent Bookstore Day was May 2.
Christian Edie and Kevin Cullen are preparing to renovate their little cottage in Silver Creek, which is a walk across the street and 50 yards from Hanford Bay on Lake Erie.
Floating by in my Facebook feed last week, some ad copy caught my eye. It read, “Bottom? Be clean for him.”
A summer guide to seven local areas that are hotspots for bird life.
Kara Kenney is an urban bicyclist killing Buffalo’s drivers with kindness.
“Spots get made and they get destroyed,” says J.P. Gillespie, owner of Sunday Skate Shop.
One outdoor activity for every day of the summer.
There is a photograph of me as a kid, maybe eight years old, that represents summers spent the way I’ve always loved best.
Hollywood never seems more like a treadmill than in summer, when it trots out one big movie per week, usually an animation or special effects extravaganza, that it expects everyone in the world to see.