In This Issue:
At St. John’s, boxing coach Darryl Graham teaches at-risk young men about ethics and character.
Except for the Exchange Street Station, every building in this photograph is gone today.
Labor activist Jose Coyote Perez, held in a Batavia detention center since February 24, is making peanuts while his case is processed.
30 essential 1990s rock songs, chosen by Buffalo’s definitive 1990s tribute band.
The Public’s weekly local music reviews and previews.
The artist-run studio complex continues to celebrate its quarter century with an exhibit featuring more than 80 artists.
The Burchfield-Penney marks its 50th anniversary by duplicating the namesake artist’s inaugural show.
Literary news and recommendations from the editors of Peach Mag…
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
The movie version of Julian Barnes’s prize-winning short novel is another episode in the contested history of books-into-film.
MUHAMMED Z. ZAMAN’s Love will find a way is part of Buffalo Arts Studio’s CollectX25 show. Read more here.
Karsten Krejcarek’s “Babalú-Ayé” is a two-channel, experimental narrative that opens at CEPA Gallery this Saturday.
Mom and Dad Hanes need to keep their greedy mitts out of my drawers.
We are quickly learning how badly we blew it in 2016. Let’s not screw up the next election, too.