In This Issue:
Community groups demand police reform, the Common Council buys the department new rifles.
The interchange is huge: consuming about 3,296,000 square feet of space, or enough to fit 66 Ellicott Square Buildings.
A small collection of political items, both facts and heard-on-the-streets.
Farewell to a tree.
The Public’s weekly local music reviews and previews.
One artist offers paintings of young African Americans, the other mixed media examining the legacies of the Vietnam War.
Literary news and recommendations written by the editors of Peach Mag,.
The current project, launched in the winter of 2015 by 16 students, is called the Buffalo Benches Project.
In the early 1990s, when it first opened, Joe Marcella’s club was an island: It was the only nightclub downtown—the only nightclub in Western New York, really. It was the only place to dance late at night.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
Like Prometheus, Alien: Covenant ends with a cliffhanger and promise of another entry, but this origin feels as told as it is old.
The title character of Joseph Cedar’s surprisingly entertaining and poignant film calls himself “a consultant” at one point. This isn’t so much a lie as a misleading statement.
Iraq, 2007. The war is over—President Bush has declared victory and rebuilding is underway.
Tyler Harrington was greatly loved, greatly talented.
Julia Bottoms-Douglas is one of two artists whose work is currently on exhibit at Buffalo Art Studios.
How your daily newspaper privileges police sources and police versions of events over the versions offered by the community.
Letters to the editor expressing concerns about Trump.
What M&T’s annual report says about the bank’s political priorities