In This Issue:
Activists and legal advocates describe in their own words what the fight for police reform and accountability means.
Many local governments across the state fail to report sewer overflows. Around here, Kenmore is the worst.
The Hydraulics landmark that once stood at the northeast corner of Emslie and Seymour streets was demolished in 1982 by the Diocese of Buffalo.
In response to housing report, advocates fear the Brown administration will appease developers and ignore at-risk residents.
An interview with Kim Saben, leader of Buffalo’s “party band with a marching problem.”
A new video by First Ward and a new album by Rust Belt Brigade.
Humankind cannot bear very much reality. —T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets
Why and how to give the gift of analog sound to your loved ones and yourself.
The gift of a book flatters both the receiver and the giver, of course, and it’s also a visit to a local bookseller is also a great, last-minute way to check names off your end-of-year gift-giving list.
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13
The Night of the Hunter (1955), the final selection in Alex Weinstein’s five-film noir series at the Dipson Eastern Hills Cinema, isn’t only a celebrated classic; it’s an example of a film that was too good. Directed and co-written (with
When the Hertel Avenue shopping season heats up, Ristorante Lombardo opens its doors to the lunch crowd.