In This Issue:
Oversight of policing in Buffalo has been lacking for many years. Investigative Post reports.
Court Street was and is one of the important radial boulevards of Buffalo.
Wardel Davis dies in handcuffs, family and friends and activists await answers.
Talking to the three piece garage rock band Ugly Sun on a cold afternoon at a coffee shop in Buffalo, the conversation turns to their choice of hats.
The Public’s weekly local music reviews and previews.
One last go-round in the co-curated Hallwalls series of work by regional artists.
David Moog’s portrait of the Buffalo-based, Maryland-born photographer.
The editors of Peach Mag offer some interesting literary diversions for the week.
”Do you even enjoy writing?” he asked, as if I could answer with a simple yes or no.
Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine!
At the Toronto International Film Festival last September, one of the films I most missed seeing was Toni Erdmann, from Germany. It seemed that everyone I knew who was there saw it and loved it.
STACEY ROBINSON is an artist who studied at UB and now teaches at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
NICK BUTLER is a Buffalo-based photographer and the subject of a David Moog portrait.
Assemblyman Sean Ryan has taken the unusual step, for an elected official, of hiring an architect and presenting a preservation-focused plan for 100-year-old Elmwood Avenue buildings that two big-portfolio developers want to crush, dismember, and&
Remembering Richard E. Moot, attorney and philanthropist and World War II innovator.