In This Issue:
Some manufacturing has begun, but public investment at Riverbend continues to be a gamble.
A 2011 arson doomed the house, which was razed in 2012.
“When I was starting out, my model of how an artist’s life and career should unfold was that the artist finds his or her subject, and, you know, slowly over years and years refines the work…It took a few years in the studio for me to realize t
The Public sits down with Addison Henderson to discuss his recent progress on a number of projects.
Weekly literary news and recommendations from the editors of Peach Mag.
Stay in the Loop with LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
A movie that Holden Caulfield would bluntly disapprove of.
Reviews of Stronger, Brad’s Status, Dawson City: Frozen in Time, and Boom and Bust: America’s Journey on the Erie Canal.
Trout, by Ruby Zephyr Soudant, is one of the works from her Watercolors exhibit, which opens Sunday, September 24 at Rust Belt Books (415 Grant Street, Buffalo) with a reception from 4pm to 6pm.
After a brief attempt at a candidacy, Erin Cole has decided to drop her challenge to Chris Collins in New York’s 27th congressional district.