In This Issue:
Fifty years to the day of King’s address at Kleinhan’s, Toni Morrison’s visit offers Buffalo a chance to reflect.
New guidelines handed down last week by Buffalo’s Common Council seek to corral reporters and protect elected officials from their questions.
Erie Basin served a port function long before it was refashioned as a suburban residential enclave in the early 1980s.
Attention spans are shorter than ever.
New project aims to record a thousand different versions of the album, each one combining to tell the full story.
Literary news and recommendations from the editors of Peach Mag.
Sustainability quietly reigns at this Hudson Valley retreat about five hours from Buffalo.
Stay in the Loop with LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
Todd Haynes’s Wonderstruck is one of those movies that comes around maybe once a year that compels me to ask you to just go and see it without reading anything I have to say about it: I would hate to ruin any of it for you.
Today, the local Republican base is not giving up on Trump, or on wreckage as a governing style—but that could change.