In This Issue:
The Hydraulics, more commonly known as Larkinville today, was Buffalo’s first true industrial neighborhood, dating back to 1827.
The proposed Chason Affinity project on Elmwood is going to court—which means the Green Code is, too.
Several of the most exciting albums for fall are actually late summer releases, including Native Invader by Tori Amos (Decca, September 8), a high-concept set that dwells on the fate of mankind through a pagan lens, the latest from Hercul
Art. It’s not just for looking anymore. An upcoming exhibit at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is about art for all the senses—hearing, tasting, smelling, feeling, as well as looking.
On Monday, Curtain Up! week kicked off with a celebration of one of the local theater community’s finest ambassadors.
This Friday, September 15, the regional theater season opens with a celebration.
Poetry by Zach Blackwood and s.g. maldonado-vélez, flash fiction from Sebastian Castillo.
Kenmore native Andrew Miano on building a movie about buildings and people.
Justice & Opportunity Community Organizer India Walton on the BPD’s use of excessive force and biased tactics.