In This Issue:
The Liberty Pole No. 4 was dedicated on July 4, 1895, amid song, speech, and cheers.
Are “persistently failing” schools failing the state, or is the state failing the schools?
Crystal Peoples-Stokes said to be lobbying for UB’s Educational Opportunity Center.
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks!
A Buffalo entertainment startup founded by a returned son of the Queen City aims to change the world.
There’s something eerie in the darkness. Exactly what isn’t immediately clear.
Dillman’s self-funded artist-in-residency program has entered phase two.
Now that marriage is a legal, universally defined option for same-sex couples in this country, we might want to take a look at how we find each other.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
Now in its second year, the Niagara Integrated Film Festival appears better situated than most to make it.
Adapted by Jesse Andrews from his own young adult novel, this film may be most appreciated by people rather older than the ostensible target market.
Gemma Bovery has its amusements, but it’s never quite as sharp as it wants to be.
Magic Mike XXL renders men removing their clothing tedious—something of an accomplishment.
Joseph Radoccia’s The Game of Life: Get Married—perfect timing, we think.
GENE WITKOWSKI’s “Little Planet” photos have been exhibited at various locations, most recently this winter at the Waterfront Memo
The most accomplished and snidest of the sophists on the current court is the court’s most vocal member.