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Issue Archive for
Apr 18, 2018

In This Issue:

News

Erie County District Attorney reflects on mass incarceration reforms and police accountability and his plan to do both.

News

The Keystone Warehouse, 545 Swan Street, is currently being rehabilitated for a mixed-use development.

Culture

  Album: residuals by MEDUSA

Culture

Over the years, scholars have read the contemporary Feminist Movement in the United States, and rights movements at the end of the twentieth century generally, as building on the successes of the civil rights struggles of the 1950s and 1960s.

Culture

Literary news and recommendations written by the editors of Peach Mag.

Culture

A selective guide to what’s opening and what’s playing in local moviehouses and other venues.

Culture

I have never seen a film by Stanley Tucci that I haven’t loved.

Culture

Entertaining Alan Alda in a scene from Alison Chernick’s Itzhak, her documentary about Itzhak Perlman, the eminent violinist jokingly offers a deprecating self-characterization.

Visuals

LINDSAY DEDARIO’s Feeding in the Valley is part of Buffalo South: Photography Pop Up, a one-night-only show of work by nine photographers who have trained their lenses on South Buffalo.

News

A plea—sort of. In the shape of a poem.