In This Issue:
Not every building in this photograph remains standing today, but most do.
Donald Trump’s team has dumped Carl, and now we’re stuck with him.
The Public’s weekly local music reviews and previews.
David Moog’s portrait of the Buffalo-based photographer.
Critic Lori Waxman’s short, in-person takes on the work of local artists.
The Albright-Knox has assembled a spectacular review of the 20th-century master.
What to read and where to hear the best local literary talents, according to the editors of Peach.
This is the fifth in our series of holiday miracle-stories at East Aurora’s Roycroft Campus.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
The many good films of 2016, balanced by a few of the worst.
Keith Gemerek’s Tragic Delilah at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.
Developer Carl Paladino, photographed by Brendan Bannon.
To those who are urging the state education commissioner to remove Paladino, Jim Heaney says: “Be careful what you wish for.”
There’s a historical precedent for the web of misinformation we’re seeing, and it’s not flattering.
The gas company want to hike rates in order to pay debt service and dividends.
Erik Prophet and Chuck jackson are ready to make your New Year’s fitness resolutions come true.