In This Issue:
Paul MacClennan, who died last week at 91, was the last environmental reporter for the Buffalo News. And he was a champion of environmental causes for decades.
In his first solo show at Argus Gallery, the Buffalo artist riffs on the imagery and language of fear-based advertising of the mid-20th century.
From the collection of Gerald Mead, works by artists affiliated with Villa Maria College, 1975 to the present.
Literary news and recommendations written by the editors of Peach Mag.
This weekend at the Burchfield Penney, an extensive (and free) program of cinema from around the planet.
Let’s dispose of first things first: Buffalo’s City Hall gets its close-up in Reginald Hudlin’s Marshall, and it looks fine.
The Erie County sheriff’s weird ideas about law and slaver flags, and the cowardice of silence.