In This Issue:
This circa 1958 view of the Evans Slip was taken from an Erie-Lackawanna Railroad swing bridge, built over the slip in 1902.
At Friday’s state Wage Board meeting, workers testified to the need to raise the minimum wage.
A quick look at what’s new in the Pigeon/Casey/Grant affair. Plus, where is Erie County District Attorney Frank Sedita? Has anyone heard from him?
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
If the members of Buffalo indie-folk band Tiny Rhymes were to get band tattoos, they’d all get watermelons and they’d do it today. It’s their one year band anniversary, or “ba
Volume three of the Amid/In Western New York exhibit at Hallwalls features some wonderful art.
Atavism: 31 paintings by Eric Evinczik that present a vision of primitive behavior as we take an evolutionary trip back through time.
The versatile Darleen Pickering Hummert reveals all…
Co-editor Edric Mesmer answers 10 questions regarding a new collection of the late author and artist’s poetry.
Finally, a lead role for Blythe Danner. And a comic look at Sicily’s Mafia in the 1970s and 1980s.
“Emersonian Tree Mummification (Delaware Park)” by Max Collins is part of a show at Hi-Temp Fabrications.
This week’s cover by Roberto Longo is up for auction at Hallwall’s FortyForForty.
The fight for a $15 minimum wage occasions a look at what it takes to live a reasonable life in our society.
I broke up with my fiancé. Should I try to find someone new or try to find myself?