In This Issue:
Reconfigured and revitalized, Buffalo’s Dyke March prepares to step off on Saturday, June 6.
The year is 1964, and clearance of the entire block between Main, Eagle, North Division, and Washington streets is slated for what would become One M&T Plaza.
Schneiderman on Sedita: “I don’t know where Frank is today”: On Tuesday afternoon, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman came to Buffalo to drum up support for the ethics refor
A conversation with Michelle Wolf of Spectrum.
BuffaBlog’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
Buffalo’s biggest drag queens pick the songs that get them moving on the dance floor!
The current work is about structure, but more about surface, with tactile values ranging from glossy to gritty—and frequently beautiful imagery.
Bebe Bvlgari dishes on everything from the importance of Pride to the state of gay culture in Buffalo and the potential jeopardy the gayborhood faces as the city continues its rapid renaissance.
Peter Johnson explains black culture to white folks in 15 Things Your Black Friends Won’t Do.
I’ve had one great Pride experience—since then I’ve found my pride elsewhere.
UB’s Jonathan Katz discusses queer art, the homogenization of culture, and the joy of Pride.
Two biographies of geniuses, a musician and a fashion designer, make for fully satisfying films opening at local theaters this week.
“Time” by Stephanie Dubin is part of the Chroma show at Glow Gallery.
Identifying as a punk who just happens to be gay, Steve Ardo is a local freelance illustrator and graphic designer.
The only thing capital punishment accomplishes is it forces ordinary people to be complicit in the same kind of act capital punishment advocates want to punish: the killing of another human being.