In This Issue:
When the Buffalo Palace, 140 Seneca Street, opened on September 2, 1889, the Buffalo Courier called it “one of the finest saloons in the city.”
Essential records to bring back to school.
Fall concert announcements are starting to trickle in. This week buffaBLOG broke down the top ten concerts you must see.
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks!
Allan Hebeler’s paintings and Maude White’s paperwork at Buffalo Arts Studio.
Five reasons to visit the Albright-Knox Art Gallery this fall.
30 exhibits/events to look forward to this fall.
The region’s new theater season officially debuts on Friday, September 18 with the 34th annual Curtain Up! celebration in Buffalo’s downtown Theater District.
Poet and comic artist Bianca Stone will visit Buffalo this Saturday for the JustBuffalo’s Silo City Reading Series season finale.
Three dozen things to look forward to this fall!
Canisius College’s vice president for student affairs connects school, region, and students with experience.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
In the new high-concept documentary, Marlon Brando gets a post-mortem chance once again to weigh in on acting.
Fifteen film events not to miss this fall.
Adapted from Phoebe Gloeckner’s novel about growing up in San Francisco in the 1970s, this film wields its honesty like a weapon.
Buffalo Eats gives us the rundown on where to eat this fall.
Fall fashions: what to wear, how to wear it, where to get it
A “grand plan” for the future of Delaware Park, Agassiz Circle, and Humboldt Parkway already exists—it was drawn in 1870 by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
That road has done astonishing harm to the life of this city. Let’s make it disappear.
We’ve all known gay guys like this. Maybe you’re one of them. You prefer having sex with straight men. Married men. Anyone other than gay men.