In This Issue:
“A crew of workmen early this morning will swing axes of destruction on the old New York Central station, center of more than a half century’s stirring events in the history of the street.
Love Canal waste, NYET Carl, and how unions fair in the age of Trump.
Fair warning: If you’re looking for info on BJ’s Fest, the annual indie rock fest held at the popular Fredonia dive bar BJ’s, skip Google. It’s a tricky search term. All the info you’ll likely need can be found here.
The Public’s weekly local music reviews and previews.
Photographer David Moog’s portrait of the Buffalo-born poet and performer.
Jacob Kassay, Willa Nasatir, Eric Mack, and the collaborative duo Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
Literary news and recommendations written by the editors of Peach Mag.
When gays are mean to others who feel weak and stigmatized? Sad, people, just sad.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
Here is one of the very many ways in which movies differ from real life: In the former, there is something inherently pleasurable about watching people shoot each other.
TESTAMENT TOTEM by Matthew Craven from The Language of Objects, a three-person exhibit on display at the UB Anderson Gallery through July 30.
Christina Laing’s untitled shot of the Richardson towers is part of a one-night only art show on Saturday April 22 at 585 Niagara Street.
Our fantasy interview with Chris Collins.
In response to Cuomo’s free college tuition plan, the gap between rich and poor gets uglier.