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Last Friday was the deadline for the 31-day pre-primary campaign finance filing with the New York State Board of Elections.
64 West Chippewa Street was a downtown fixture for 120 years. Built in 1880, the building prominently featured a three-story round brick tower with a flared conical roof, emphasizing the corner location.
Police are supposed to record the results of traffic checkpoints, but a recent court case and a request from the Common Council president suggest they don’t.
Meet Nola Ranallo and David Bailey, a.k.a. the Buffalo experimental duo Cages.
The usual rule about artworks in a gallery is “Don’t Touch.” In the Hallwalls Members’ Exhibit, artist Kyla Avery Kegler turns the rule around, inviting viewers to touch her work, an abstract painting with the somewhat ungainly title Creamsicl
Literary news and recommendations written by the editors of Peach Mag.
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Where did he get the prescription eyeglasses from?
Taylor Sheridan’s bleakly moody crime drama, Wind River, is linked to last year’s Hell or High Water because Sheridan wrote the script for the earlier movie.
Zemsky and Karel team up with Lockhouse for a private label gin
Larell Potter’s Fallen Angel is hanging at Eleven Twenty Projects (1120 Main Street), part of the Starlight Summer Group Show, the first collaboration between Eleven Twenty Projects and Starlight Studio and Art Gallery.