In This Issue:
Kensington High School on Suffolk Street received national attention for its students’ efforts to sell war bonds for the Second World War.
Nate McMurray confronts Chris Collins, Dave DiPietro puts his church in a tight spot.
Who are the billionaires and multi-millionaires profiting most from gun sales in the US? Who are the executives and investors?
Some tracks from the bedroom, some tracks from a smoky lounge.
After six years, a much loved local literary journal announces its next issue will be its last.
Local watchmaker gears up release first mechanical watch—and Kickstarter orders get a deep discount.
Stay in the Loop with LGBTQ happenings in Western New York. Click to read the March issue of LOOP Magazine!
Now in its 33rd year, the annual Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival is this area’s most reliable annual presentation of quality world cinema. This year’s selection includes 12 films over the course of one week, most screened twice.
Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film opens locally this week at Dipson Eastern Hills.
JOHANNA C. DOMINGUEZ took this photo at “Stand With Our Students,” a March 1 vigil held at St. Paul’s Cathedral in response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. See more of Dominguez’s work at jcd.photography.
An alumna makes the case for the importance of solving the contractual issues without sacrificing the school’s music and arts programs.