In This Issue:
Marine Corps vet Reginald Holloway spent 10 years pursuing a claim under the city’s fair housing law.
Low-income renters in one of the nation’s poorest cities who report discrimination face delays and inaction from City Hall.
“Optima futura—The best is yet to be.” —Bennett High School motto.
Chuck E. Cheese rides again, and the City Hall ducks and covers negative reporting.
“Do it for the kids” is the tagline of one of Buffalo’s longstanding entrepreneurs. The catchphrase is evident in everything that Chris Ring does for the Buffalo music community; he brings live music for the local, all-ages fan base—“the kids”—and
New singles from local favorites SMUG and Mosswalk.
At Eleven Twenty Projects, an artists collective’s a multimedia exhibit in which one medium wins out.
Some Shakespeare and some air guitar, washed down with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.
Poetry by Inam Kang and a novella by Nnedi Okorafor.
A film about a father and daughter living off the grid, a documentary about celebrity triplets separated at birth.
Starlight Studio (340 Delaware Avenue) holds its annual summer open house this coming Friday, July 13, 6-9pm.